Seattle Mariners vs. LA Angels probable pitchers and starting lineups, June 2nd

Today the Mariners are looking to win the final game of a three-game series with the Angels and come away with their second sweep of the season.
Los Angeles Angels v Seattle Mariners
Los Angeles Angels v Seattle Mariners / Steph Chambers/GettyImages
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The Mariners are taking on the Angels in the series finale of a three-game series. They have a chance to sweep the LA Angels before heading out on the road to Oakland and Kansas City. The M's are riding high after taking three of four from the Astros and winning the first two games of this series against the Angels. Here are the probable pitchers and starting lineups for today's series finale between the Mariners and Angels.

Starting pitchers for tonight's game

  • Luis Castillo takes the mound for the Mariners today. For his career against the Angels, Castillo is (3-1, with a 3.93 ERA). In his last start against the Angels back in 2023, he went six innings, gave up just three hits, allowed two earned runs, had three walks, and eight strikeouts, as Castillo picked up the win. Castillo has a (2-3) record with a 3.53 ERA at T-Mobile Park this season. He picked up a no-decision in his last start against the Astros posting a line of 6.0 IP, five hits, two earned runs, one walk, and six strikeouts. Castillo is (4-2) over his last eight starts and is looking to pick up his fifth win of the season.
  • Griffin Canning takes the ball for the Angels in the series finale. He had a solid month of May, posting a 2.60 ERA, along with a (1-1) record in five starts. Canning has struggled on the road this season, with an (0-4) record and 6.04 ERA in away games. Though Canning has struggled on the road this season and throughout his career, in his two starts at T-Mobile Park, Canning has a 1.74 ERA and a (1-0) record. He has had success against the Mariners in his career with a (2-1) record and a 3.38 ERA in five starts against Seattle.

Seattle Mariners starting lineup, June 2nd

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

Los Angeles Angels starting lineup, June 2nd

1. Luis Rengifo, 3B
2. Mickey Moniak, CF
3. Taylor Ward, DH
4. Willie Calhoun, 1B
5. Kevin Pillar, LF
6. Logan O'Hoppe, C
7. Jo Adell, RF
8. Zach Neto, SS
9. Kyren Paris, 2B

Where can I stream today's game?

Where can I watch today's game?

  • Mariners fans can watch today's game on ROOTNW
  • Angels fans can watch today's game on Bally Sports West

Where can I listen to today's game?

  • Mariners fans can listen to today's game on KIRO 710
  • Angels fans can listen to today's game on KLAA 830, KTMZ 1220

Game notes

  • The Mariners have reached their highest water mark of the season at six games over .500, with a record of 33-27.
  • The M's are still trying to earn their second sweep of the season since sweeping the Reds back on April 15th-17th. They can accomplish that feat today with a win over the Angels.
  • Seattle has been in first place in the AL West for 21 consecutive days and 32 of the last 38 days.
  • J.P. Crawford has been hot since returning from the injured list on 5/20. Crawford hit a grand slam in yesterday's game the fourth of his career and is hitting .273 with a .937 OPS, with one HR, four doubles, five RBI, and a stolen base in his last 13 games.
  • Ryan Bliss became first Mariner to have two or more stolen bases in his first four career games. Bliss also has a .455 OBP and four walks in his first four games.

Here's hoping the Mariners can come away with their second sweep of the season, by defeating their division rivals the LA Angels.