Prediction for Marlins vs. Phillies – Monday, June 13th, 2022

| June 12, 2022 5:57 pm PDT

It’ll be an NL East showdown on Monday as the Miami Marlins face the Philadelphia Phillies. This will be their first series since mid-April, when the Marlins won three of four games. Can they keep it going in Philadelphia?

The Marlins and Phillies have been on fire lately, moving within striking distance of a wild card spot. My Marlins vs. Phillies prediction won’t be easy after their recent stretch.

Which team will move one step closer to a playoff spot? Here are the Marlins vs. Phillis odds for Monday night.

Marlins vs. Phillies Odds for June 13th

Sportsbook Miami Marlins Philadelphia Phillies Bonus Offered
Bovada (+130) (-155) 50% up to $250
BetOnline (+136) (-147) 60% up to $1,000
BetUS (+135) (-150) 125% up to $2,500
MyBookie (+135) (-160) 100% up to $1,000

The best MLB sportsbooks have a good idea of the Miami Marlins odds, but the Philadelphia Phillies vary slightly. MyBookie has the most confidence, but BetOnline gives you more value. Will that impact your Marlins vs. Phillies pick?

Both teams are just over .500 against the spread. They have 31 wins, but the Marlins’ 27 losses are two fewer than the Phillies’ 29. That’ll make it tougher to make your Marlins vs. Phillies prediction.

Monday night’s matchup features a 7.5 run total. Bovada is the only site not favoring the over.

The trends tell us we’ll see a high-scoring game. Philadelphia leads the majors, going over their run total in 60.3 percent of their games. Miami isn’t far behind, going over in 52.6 percent of their games.

Marlins outfielder Avisail Garcia will have an MRI on his hand after dealing with inflammation. Phillies reliever Corey Knebel should avoid the IL, but a shoulder issue could keep him out of Monday’s game.

Marlins vs. Phillies Preview

My Miami Marlins vs. Philadelphia Phillies prediction won’t be easy after each team’s impressive win streak. Philadelphia saw its nine-game win streak end on Sunday with a loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Miami lost 9-4 on Sunday, ending a five-game win streak. Still, they’re 8-4 in their last 12 games. Interestingly, each team began its hot streak on June 1.

We haven’t seen great numbers from the Marlins, but the Phillies have been near the top of the league in that span.

  • 65 runs (5th)
  • .281 batting average (6th)
  • 3.40 ERA (9th)
  • 1.12 WHIP (7th)

Bryce Harper has been at the forefront of Philadelphia’s hot streak. Harper is hitting .382 with five home runs and 13 RBIs in his last nine games. There’s a reason the latest 2022 NL MVP odds have him near the top. He’ll play a significant factor in my Marlins vs. Phillies pick.

Garrett Cooper has been the Marlins’ best player lately, hitting .472 in his last nine games. Unfortunately, Cooper won’t play after going on the IL. That definitely affects the Marlins vs. Phillies odds.

I mentioned how this matchup has a low run total. That likely has to do with Marlins starter Sandy Alcantara.

  • 6-2
  • 1.61 ERA
  • 0.94 WHIP
  • 24 Walks
  • 77 Strikeouts

Alcantara has been on fire lately, holding a 0.56 ERA in his last six starts. He has allowed three runs in his last 48 innings. Philadelphia better bring its A-game if they want to defeat Miami.

Phillies starter Aaron Nola has been inconsistent, but he’s coming off eight scoreless innings against the Milwaukee Brewers. The Marlins might not have a great offense, but how much run support will he have with Alcantara on the mound?

Marlins vs. Phillies Same Game Parlay

  • Bryson Stott to Record a Hit (-150)
  • Jazz Chisholm Jr. to Record a Run (+130)
  • Bryce Harper to Record an RBI (+160)

It’ll be tough to make a same game parlay with the pitching matchup, but I feel comfortable with my picks. Will this parlay affect your Miami Marlins vs. Philadelphia Phillies pick?

The Phillies entered the season with high expectations for their offense. No one expected Bryson Stott to be one of their top players, but a .114 batting average through May 30 was way worse than expected.

However, we’ve seen him turn things around in the last 11 games. He’s hitting .333 with four home runs, 11 RBIs, and 12 runs. His odds to record a hit are among the lowest on the board. I’m more than willing to take advantage.

It’s interesting to examine a prop for Jazz Chisholm Jr. because he has struggled from the plate. He’s hitting .150 since May 20, dropping his average from .304 to .257. Check out his runs in his last six games.

  • June 7: 2
  • June 8: 1
  • June 9: 2
  • June 10: 2
  • June 11: 0
  • June 12: 0

He can still effectively get on base and score runs. Chisholm should extend that streak on Monday.

It’s no secret that Bryce Harper has been the hottest player for the Phillies. His production plays a significant factor in my Marlins vs. Phillies prediction. Harper has back-to-back games without an RBI, but he had 13 in his previous six games.

Ultimately, this prop revolves around his success against Sandy Alcantara. Harper is 9-25 with a home run and five RBIs. Would you bet against him?

Feel free to back this parlay, giving you (+892) odds.

Marlins vs. Phillies Pick

My Pick: Under 7.5 Runs (-105)Bet on the MLB at BetOnline

My Miami Marlins vs. Philadelphia Phillies pick doesn’t feature a team winning. Honestly, I believe the Phillies will defeat the Marlins, but Sandy Alcantara worries me. Because of that, I’m pivoting to the run line.

Alcantara should limit the Phillies offense to 3-4 runs. Miami doesn’t have a great offense, so Aaron Nola should be good. We’re likely looking at a 4-3 win for the Phillies.

Fans can subscribe to ESPN+ to watch Monday’s matchup at 7:05 p.m. ET. Feel free to visit our baseball picks page to view MLB and KBO predictions and game picks.

Nicholas Sterling
Nicholas Sterling

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