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Texas Rangers vs. Kansas City Royals prediction and best bet by handicapper Jason Radowitz for Tuesday night's game. What is the best bet for this first of a three-game series at Globe Life Field?

Texas Rangers vs. Kansas City Royals Prediction: Should We Expect the Bats to Be Hot Tonight in Texas?

The Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers have been extremely quiet to start the season offensively. With both teams competing against one another in a new series, the expectation is that there won't be much offense throughout the week between these two teams. Therefore, is the under the play? Here are our picks, predictions, and odds for Tuesday’s game between the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals.

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Rangers vs. Royals Start Time and Where to Watch

  • Date: May 10, 2022
  • Game Time: 8:05 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: BSSW, BSKC

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Rangers vs. Royals Injury Report


None of Importance


Out: C Cam Gallagher (Hamstring), 3B Adalberto Mondesi (Knee), OF Edward Olivares (Quadriceps), 1B Carlos Santana (Ankle)

Rangers vs Royals Total Runs Movement

Texas Rangers vs. Kansas City Royals Prediction

The Texas Rangers have a .097 ISO and a wOBA of .252 against righties this season. Tonight, they'll take on Brad Keller, who has a 1.74 ERA to begin the season. Keller has a 4.85 xFIP with just 14.6% of strikeouts but has been able to limit walks, earn a high amount of ground balls and limit line drives at a very solid rate.

Righties and lefties average about an ISO of .123 while lefties and righties have a wOBA of about .240 on average in the last 30 days. Keller has been extremely good and will take on that Rangers lineup that strikes out 25.6% of the time and earns just 5.3% of walks.

On the other hand, Martin Perez has a 2.25 ERA and will take the mound for the Rangers. He's had some gems to start the year on the mound and will take on a Royals lineup that has a .073 ISO along with a wOBA of .253. Like the Rangers, the Royals only walk 5.6% of the time and hit 48.8% of ground balls.

Perez is holding lefties to an ISO of .000 and a wOBA of .220 in the last 30 days while righties are hitting a .262 wOBA and ISO of .095. The only real threat in the Royals lineup is Salvador Perez and Perez is just 3-for-13 against the left-hander throughout his career with one home run.

The Royals have plenty of injuries and could have a couple of no-name replacements in the lineup tonight as well. So let's take a shot at the under 8 in this game.

Texas Rangers vs. Kansas City Royals Pick

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Article Author


Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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