New York vs Baltimore Predictions
|*Community||NYY -250 77%||o/9.5 51%|
*Consensus from 2101 predictions.
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Parlay territory here. Have you seen the O's play a game this season? I watched last night and they seem more like a dysfunctional Triple A team to me then an MLB team. The pitching is simply garbage. Hess is no exception and they must've been demoralized after blowing a 6-1 lead last night after a strong outting from Cashner, a capable pitcher until the 3rd time around. Well, Hess isn't that at all. Find a prop bet on Sanchez or Torress for HR's - they have a ridiculous 5 HR's off this guy in only 14 ABS. Batting Practice for these Yankees takes place in Baltimore.50%
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Watching this young guy from the Yanks has been one of the more entertaining things all year. He has electric stuff and starting to establish command. With that said this is a game the Yankees should win rather easily, and I am taking them on the run line as a result. Domingo German just tossed seven innings of one-run ball against the Orioles in his previous start on May 15th, and he has limited the Os to three runs in 13 innings this season. The chances are very good that German will have another strong start considering the Os offensive struggles for most of the year.60%
In addition, the Orioles are one of the worst home teams in the Majors. They have only won six of their 21 home games entering Monday, and they face a tough challenge considering David Hess is on the mound. The Yankees have scored nine runs in 13 innings against Hess this season. I like the Yanks and the under here.
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New York Yankees (78% consensus). The New York Yankees are well on their way to a third straight season series victory over the Baltimore Orioles, relying heavily on the bats of Gleyber Torres and Gary Sanchez to dominate their American League East rival. The Yankees set their sights on a sixth straight win versus the Orioles and hope to improve to 8-2 against them this year when they meet for the second of four games in Baltimore on Tuesday... http://bit.ly/2GhFnNX
Betting Prediction for New York Yankees vs Baltimore Orioles on May 21, 2019, 7:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: NY Yankees will Win and the Total will go Under .
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CBS: Frazier Leads Another Home Run Barrage In Baltimore, Yankees Win 11-4
BALTIMORE (CBSNewYork/AP) -- The New York Yankees have climbed into first place in the AL East in spite of a myriad of injuries and partially because the front end of their schedule is loaded with games against the Baltimore Orioles.
Clint Frazier homered twice and had a career-high five RBI, Gary Sanchez contributed a three-run drive and the Yankees kept up their assault on Baltimore pitching in an 11-4 rout Tuesday night.
Nearly a fifth of New York's 47 games thus far have been against the Orioles, who are 6-17 at home and 15-33 overall, the worst record in the AL.
Camden Chat: Orioles get clobbered into submission by Yankees in 11-4 loss
This one had an ugly start. And unfortunately the rest of the game was like the start too.
The first two Yankee batters of the the game -- DJ LeMahieu and Luke Voit -- reached base on singles. Then David Hess fell behind Gary Sanchez 3-0 before managing to get the count full. But Sanchez deposited the seventh pitch of the at-bat into the seats in left, giving the Yanks a quick 3-0 lead.
While Hess needed 28 pitches to get through the top of the first, Yankees' starter Domingo German only needed 13 pitches to dispatch of the Orioles in the bottom half of the inning.
Pinstripe Alley: New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles: Domingo German vs. David Hess
What started as a "the Yankees need to get going before I turn on Netflix-game" turned into one of the most entertaining nights of the season. The Yankees scored all ten of their runs in the sixth inning or later. Gary Sanchez continued his comeback season with the go-ahead homer in the ninth. Gleyber Torres had his fifth multi-homer game of his career, making him the youngest player ever to have five multi-homer games. But most importantly, the Yankees increased their AL East lead to a full game over the Rays, who had a day off on Monday.
Camden Chat: Tuesday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles can't beat the Yankees
Good morning, Camden Chatters.
Friends, I hope you're not getting too invested in this 2019 Orioles season. Just take a deep breath and repeat to yourself -- wins and losses don't matter. Wins and losses don't matter. Wins and losses don't... (heavy sigh) ... matter.
Because if they did matter, last night's loss to the Yankees would go down as one of the most excruciating in recent memory. The O's, at one point, held a 6-1 lead. They got encouraging performances from the likes of Hanser Alberto, who collected four hits while batting leadoff for the first time.