How to Watch the Mariners vs. Angels Game: Streaming & TV Channel Info for September 12
Patrick Sandoval takes the mound for the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday at T-Mobile Park against Cal Raleigh and the Seattle Mariners. First pitch is at 9:40 PM ET.
Sign up for Fubo to watch this game and make sure you don't miss any of the action all season long!
Mariners vs. Angels Live Stream, TV Channel and Game Info:
- Date: Tuesday, September 12, 2023
- Time: 9:40 PM ET
- TV Channel: ROOT Sports NW
- Location: Seattle, Washington
- Venue: T-Mobile Park
- Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo!
Bet on this matchup with BetMGM Sportsbook and use bonus code "GNPLAY" for special offers!
Read More About This Game
|Mariners Injury Report|
|Mariners vs Angels Betting Trends & Stats|
|Mariners vs Angels Player Props|
|Mariners vs Angels Pitching Matchup|
|Mariners vs Angels Prediction|
|Mariners vs Angels Odds|
Mariners Batting & Pitching Performance
- The Mariners average 1.3 home runs per game to rank 10th in MLB play with 193 total home runs.
- Seattle's .419 slugging percentage ranks 12th in MLB.
- The Mariners' .244 batting average ranks 19th in the majors.
- Seattle has the No. 10 offense in MLB action, scoring 4.8 runs per game (687 total runs).
- The Mariners are 14th in baseball with a .323 on-base percentage.
- The Mariners' 9.9 strikeouts per game are the second-most in MLB.
- The 9.1 strikeouts per nine innings compiled by Seattle's pitching staff ranks seventh in MLB.
- Seattle has the second-ranked team ERA among all MLB pitching staffs (3.77).
- Mariners pitchers combine for the No. 2 WHIP in the majors (1.191).
Mariners Probable Starting Pitcher
- The Mariners will send Bryan Woo (2-4) to the mound for his 15th start of the season. He is 2-4 with a 4.50 ERA and 68 strikeouts through 70 2/3 innings pitched.
- The righty last appeared on Monday, Sept. 4 against the Cincinnati Reds, when he threw five innings, allowing five earned runs while giving up four hits.
- Woo enters this outing with four quality starts under his belt this season.
- Woo will try to continue a three-game streak of going five or more innings (he's averaging five innings per appearance).
- In two of his appearances this season he did not give up an earned run.
|Date||Opponent||Score||Home/Away||Mariners Starter||Opponent Starter|
|9/7/2023||Rays||W 1-0||Away||Luis Castillo||Zack Littell|
|9/8/2023||Rays||L 7-4||Away||George Kirby||Taj Bradley|
|9/9/2023||Rays||L 7-5||Away||Trent Thornton||Aaron Civale|
|9/10/2023||Rays||L 6-3||Away||Bryce Miller||Zach Eflin|
|9/11/2023||Angels||L 8-5||Home||Logan Gilbert||Reid Detmers|
|9/12/2023||Angels||-||Home||Bryan Woo||Patrick Sandoval|
|9/13/2023||Angels||-||Home||Luis Castillo||Tyler Anderson|
|9/15/2023||Dodgers||-||Home||George Kirby||Bobby Miller|
|9/16/2023||Dodgers||-||Home||Bryce Miller||Clayton Kershaw|
|9/17/2023||Dodgers||-||Home||Logan Gilbert||Emmet Sheehan|
|9/18/2023||Athletics||-||Away||Bryan Woo||JP Sears|
Not all offers available in all states, please visit BetMGM for the latest promotions for your area. Must be 21+ to gamble, please wager responsibly. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, contact 1-800-GAMBLER.
© 2023 Data Skrive. All rights reserved.