Seattle Mariners probable pitchers & starting lineups vs. Chicago White Sox, June 12

Mariners are riding a three-game win streak and have two come-from-behind wins in this series with the White Sox. The M's are looking to pick up their eighth consecutive home series win on Wednesday against Chicago.
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The Mariners have won three consecutive close games against the White Sox and Royals. They continue to build on their strong home record which is fourth-best in the league with a 23-11 record (.677 winning percentage). Cal Raleigh has come up clutch in the first two games of this series. Raleigh provided the go-ahead two-RBI double in last night's game and the walk-off grand slam in Monday night's contest. Here is what to watch for as the Mariners go for their eighth consecutive home series win on Wednesday night.

Probable starting pitchers

  • Bryce Miller will get the ball in game three of this four-game series looking for a bounce-back performance after a rough outing in Kansas City. Miller has found success at home this year, with a (4-2) record and 2.13 ERA in seven home starts. In his only start against the White Sox, he threw seven innings, allowed just one run, gave up only four hits, and struck out six as he picked up the win. Hopefully, Miller will get back into the groove at home against the White Sox on Wednesday.
  • Jonathan Cannon will make just his fourth start of the season for the White Sox. In his last outing, he came in relief and picked up the save, tossing three shutout innings to close out last Friday's 7-2 win over the Red Sox. Cannon has yet to throw over five innings this season and his last major league start was back on April 27th against the Rays. On the season, Cannon has a 5.94 ERA and (0-1) record in four games for the White Sox.

Seattle Mariners starting lineup, June 12th

  1. J.P. Crawford- SS
  2. Josh Rojas- 3B
  3. Julio Rodriguez- CF
  4. Cal Raleigh- C
  5. Luke Raley- LF
  6. Mitch Garver- DH
  7. Dominic Canzone- RF
  8. Tyler Locklear- 1B
  9. Ryan Bliss- 2B

Chicago White Sox starting lineup, June 12th

  1. Nicky Lopez- 2B
  2. Andrew Vaughn- 1B
  3. Gavin Sheets- DH
  4. Paul DeJong- SS
  5. Oscar Colas- CF
  6. Zach DeLoach- RF
  7. Lenyn Sosa- 3B
  8. Corey Julks- LF
  9. Korey Lee- C

Where can I stream today's game?

Where can I watch today's game?

  • Mariners fans can watch tonight's game on ROOTNW
  • White Sox fans can watch tonight's game on NBCSCH

Where can I listen to today's game?

  • Mariners fans can listen to tonight's game on KIRO 710 AM
  • White Sox fans can listen to tonight's game on WMVP 1000 AM

Game Notes

  • Cal Raleigh continues to smash against the White Sox, his slash line against them for his career is now .324/.381/.838, with five home runs, and 17 RBIs in 12 games versus Chicago.
  • Mitch Garver is having good at bats recently, reaching base multiple times in four of the last five games. He also is batting .304, with four runs, three doubles, two home runs, nine RBIs, seven walks, a .467 OBP, and is slugging .696 over his last eight games.
  • Julio Rodriguez not only scored the winning run in last night's game, he has also been heating up over his last 17 games. He is hitting .328, with 14 runs, 1 double, 3 home runs, 11 RBIs, and 7 SB, with an .853 OPS in that span.
  • The Mariners won last night's game 4-3, they are now 31-5 when they score four or more runs in a game, the second-best record in the big leagues when doing so.
  • The Mariners are hoping to extend their home series win streak to eight with a win on Wednesday, looking to continue to add to their lead in the AL West.

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