Seattle Mariners (18-18, third in the AL West) vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (19-17, third in the NL West) Los Angeles; Wednesday, 10:10 p.m. EDT PITCHING PROBABLES: Mariners: Justin Dunn (1-0, 3.51 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, 22 strikeouts) Dodgers: Julio Urias (4-1, 3.59 ERA, .96 WHIP, 46 strikeouts) FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Dodgers -261, Mariners +216; over/under is 8 runs BOTTOM LINE: Seattle enters the matchup as losers of their last three games. The Dodgers are 9-5 on their home turf. Los Angeles' team on-base percentage of .340 leads the National League. Chris Taylor leads the team with an OBP of .421. The Mariners are 9-10 on the road. The Seattle offense has compiled a .207 batting average as a team this season, last in the American League. Mitch Haniger leads the team with an average of .265. The Dodgers won the last meeting 6-4. Garrett Cleavinger earned his first victory and Gavin Lux went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBIs for Los Angeles. Rafael Montero took his second loss for Seattle. TOP PERFORMERS: Justin Turner leads the Dodgers with 15 extra base hits and is batting .309. Haniger leads the Mariners with 36 hits and has 27 RBIs. LAST 10 GAMES: Dodgers: 3-7, .247 batting average, 4.26 ERA, outscored by two runs Mariners: 4-6, .206 batting average, 5.48 ERA, outscored by 15 runs INJURIES: Dodgers: David Price: (hamstring), Dustin May: (right arm), Corey Knebel: (lat), Tommy Kahnle: (tommy john surgery), Brusdar Graterol: (forearm), Tony Gonsolin: (shoulder), Caleb Ferguson: (elbow), Scott Alexander: (shoulder), AJ Pollock: (hamstring), Cody Bellinger: (calf), Edwin Rios: (shoulder), Zach McKinstry: (back). Mariners: Casey Sadler: (right shoulder), James Paxton: (left forearm), Ljay Newsome: (right elbow), Andres Munoz: (elbow), Keynan Middleton: (right biceps), Nick Margevicius: (left shoulder), Marco Gonzales: (forearm), Ken Giles: (elbow), Jake Fraley: (left hamstring), Shed Long Jr.: (shin). ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar. The Associated Press
Gavin Lux has gotten off to a slow start as the everyday second baseman, but his eighth-inning, three-run homer lifted the Dodgers to a win over Seattle.