ESPN+ will host Monday’s matchup between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Seattle Mariners with first pitch set for 10:10 p.m. est. The game will take place at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington. The Dodgers will throw out young superstar Dustin May while the home team will send Justus Sheffield to the hill.
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The Dodgers have been the best team in baseball so far in 2021 and are the only team with more than 10 wins in the entire league. They’ve lost just three games all season, one of which was on Sunday. They boast the hottest offense in the NL, ranking in the top three in runs, batting average, hits and OPS, so expect them to get back on track Monday night.
The Mariners have been playing extremely well this year, too. They’re one of just four teams with double-digit wins and they’ve done it in large part thanks to their pitching. Their offense is solid, but it’s rare for them to throw up more than four runs in a game. Pitching-wise they’ve held opponents to three runs or less eight times so far this year.