Baltimore vs New York Wed, May 15
|Computer||NYY -232||u/8.5 (-110)|
|*Community||NYY -240 74%||u/8.5 (-110) 51%|
*Consensus from 2361 predictions.
|.29524th||On Base Percentage||.3329th|
I love love love the Yanks and their Young stud German here. German has a 3.25 FIP ERA, so its not as if hes pitching over his head at this point in time. Cashner is in a similar situation as his 4.83 FIP ERA is about a half-run worse than his current mark. The Yankees are still getting by despite so many key players on the injured list at this point. Theres still power for New York and Baltimore gives up a ton of homers: that gives the Yankees the upper hand in this contest. I not only like the ML but will be playing the run line -1.5 here50%
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Betting the team that lost the first game of a doubleheader has been a losing proposition. Since 2005, teams that lost the first game went 139-151 (47.9%) straight-up, -16.22 units in the second game. There is no value betting the team that lost the first game of a doubleheader. If you want a betting edge, back the team that won Game 1. Since 2005, teams that won the first game of a doubleheader and then are favored in the second have gone 96-59 (61.9%) on the moneyline, +11.38 units.60%
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New York Yankees (70% consensus). Mother Nature hasn't been a friend of the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles, delaying the starts of their final games of their respective previous series before washing out the first two contests of this set in the Bronx. The American League East rivals look to squeeze in a single-admission doubleheader on Wednesday, with the weather forecast calling for clear skies... http://bit.ly/2GgBwAC
Betting Prediction for Baltimore Orioles vs New York Yankees on May 15, 2019, 6:35 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: NY Yankees will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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Baltimore Sun: Domingo German outduels Andrew Cashner, Yankees sweep Orioles in doubleheader with 3-1 win
Since struggling in his Opening Day start at Yankee Stadium, Orioles right-hander Andrew Cashner has generally been a much more formidable pitcher.
Back in the Bronx ballpark for the first time since that first start, Cashner's strong six innings weren't enough to outduel Domingo German in a 3-1 defeat in the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the New York Yankees.
But by continuing his run of success, Cashner further established himself as a worthwhile potential trade piece for the Orioles as contenders become desperate for starting pitching.
With six innings of two-run ball Wednesday, Cashner has a 3.
Pinstripe Alley: Domingo German impresses again, Yankees beat Orioles 3-1
At this point last year, no one would have guessed that Domingo German would be the Yankees' best starter in 2019. In fact, nobody would have guessed that in spring training. Yet, here he is.
German had another good outing, allowing just one run in seven innings. He ran into trouble a couple times, allowing six hits on the day. He continued to get swings and misses, however, striking out seven hitters, with three of those coming with runners on base. The offense didn't have a great night following this afternoon's home-run derby, but they didn't need to.
Camden Chat: Orioles fall 3-1, swept in double header against Yankees
To beat one of the best pitchers in the American League, a team needs to play their A-game. Andrew Cashner did his part, but the Orioles let a few too many opportunities slip away in the nightcap against the Yankees. Domingo German held Baltimore to one run over seven innings, and New York took the second leg of the double header 3-1.
Cashner began the game in what can only be described as "the zone." He struck out DJ LeMahieu, Luke Voit and Aaron Hicks in the first inning, before blowing away Gleyber Torres for the first out in the second.
Pinstripe Alley: New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles: Domingo German vs. Andrew Cashner
After several days without baseball, now it's time for more today!
The Yankees took the opening game of the doubleheader 5-3, with four of their runs coming via the home run. Now, they'll go for a sweep of the rain affected, abbreviated series against the Orioles, hopefully with some more dingers.
Domingo German will get the ball for game two, coming off one of the lesser starts in his mostly good 2019. Over the weekend in Tampa, German allowed three runs on five hits in five innings. It was just the third time all season he's given up three or more runs, which says something about how his year has gone so far.
Baltimore Sun: Yankees rain homers on David Hess to beat Orioles, 5-3, in first game of doubleheader
After two wet days in the Bronx, the New York Yankees rained home runs in the opening game of their doubleheader against the Orioles.
In a 5-3 loss Wednesday, Orioles right-hander David Hess was tagged for four long balls, including two from Yankees shortstop Gleyber Torres. Hess has allowed 14 home runs this season, the most in the major leagues. As a staff, the Orioles have allowed a league-high 88.
Hess, originally scheduled to pitch Monday's series opener before both that game and Tuesday night's contest were rained out, surrendered three home runs among the first eight batters he faced.
Replacement Level Yankees Weblog: Orioles (14-26) @ Yankees (24-16), Wednesday, 5/15/2019, Doubleheader
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Game 1: Orioles: David Hess (R): (34.1 IP, 5.50 ERA, -0.2 RA9 WAR) vs. Yankees: J.A. Happ (L): (43.1 IP, 4.36 ERA, 0.7 RA9 WAR)
Game 2: Orioles: Andrew Cashner (R): (42.1 IP, 4.25 ERA, 0.5 RA9 WAR) vs. Yankees: Domingo German (R): (43.1 IP, 2.70 ERA, 1.4 RA9 WAR)
Game 1 Lineups