#3977 Los Angeles
#3978 Minnesota

Friday September 23, 2022
at 8:10pm EDT

5 Free Predictions

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1

winnersandwhiners

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This Friday the (65-84) Los Angeles Angels and the (73-76) Minnesota Twins will play the first game of this three-game series. The first pitch will be thrown out at 8:10 PM EST inside Target Field. The last time that these two teams matched up, the Angels ended up stealing two of three games. The Los Angeles Angels are entering this one after a brutal series with the Texas Rangers. They split the first two games, as the Angels struggled at the plate in game two. They are going to need their bats... Read more

2

statsalt

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WINNING IS EASY WHEN YOU HAVE THE BEST PICKS New York was shutout by Milwaukee on Wednesday to continue our losing skid. However, the NFL is back Thursday and a strong pick gets up back on track for a long weekend of collegeĀ  and Pro football that will increase your bankrolls when having confidence in my strong gridiron selections. NOTE: Comes with a profit guarantee. Win or get the money back in credit.   Pitching Matchup Los Angeles: Shohei Ohtani (RHP) 13-8, 2.43 ERA Minnesota: Joe Ryan... Read more

3

scoresandstats

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All things considered, it hasn't been a September to remember for the Minnesota Twins. Read more

4

freepicksandparlays

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Los Angeles Angels at Minnesota Twins 9/23/22 - MLB Picks & Predictions David Thu, 09/22/2022 - 08:55 On Friday, the Los Angeles Angels opening-day three-game series on the road against the Minnesota Twins. Los Angeles is 65-84 following its 7-2 loss to the Texas Rangers on Wednesday. Los Angeles has lost two of the last three. The Angels are third in the American League West, 33 Ā½ games behind first-place and the Angels have been eliminated from postseason contention. Right fielder Taylor Ward... Read more

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covers

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All things considered, it hasn't been a September to remember for the Minnesota Twins. Minnesota (73-77), in contention for the American League Central crown at the start of the month, now is in a battle just to finish above .500. The Twins begin their final homestand of the season on Friday night against the Los Angeles Angels (65-85). The injury-plagued Twins limp home off a dismal 1-7 road trip that concluded with only two hits in a 4-1 loss at Kansas City on Thursday afternoon, their fourth... Read more