Baltimore 51-105 | 26-49 away
vs Colorado 67-89 | 40-38 home
Friday 8:40pm ET

Baltimore vs Colorado Predictions

Fri, May 24, 8:40pm ET at Coors Field
Starting Pitchers
John Means (5-4) ERA: 2.68
L3: S/O: 3 WHIP: 1.1 ER: 1.7 IP: 6
Jeff Hoffman (0-1) ERA: 7.20
L3: S/O: 3 WHIP: 1.9 ER: 2.7 IP: 4.1

Consensus Picks

Computer BAL +143 u/12
*Community COL -150 73% o/12 56%

*Consensus from 1284 predictions.

.24623rdBatting Average.2675th
.31026thOn Base Percentage.32712th
.41226thSlugging Percentage.4576th
24th OFFENSE 8th
23rd Hits 6th
17th Strike Outs 29th
30th DEFENSE 26th
28th Hits 27th
30th Strike Outs 23rd
2019 AL East Standings
New York 102 55 .650 W2
Tampa Bay 92 64 .590 L1
Boston 81 74 .523 W1
Toronto 63 93 .404 L2
Baltimore 51 105 .327 W1
2019 NL West Standings
Los Angeles 100 56 .641 W1
Arizona 80 76 .513 L1
San Francisco 75 81 .481 W1
San Diego 70 86 .449 W1
Colorado 67 89 .429 L1
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  • @Covers • 4m
     Baltimore Orioles vs Colorado Rockies on 2019-05-24 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
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    (72% consensus). The Colorado Rockies get to follow up a difficult road trip with their longest homestand of the season, beginning with the first of three games against the struggling Baltimore Orioles on Friday. A 14-6 loss at Pittsburgh on Thursday capped a 3-5 trip for the Rockies, who also host Arizona and Toronto during their 10-game stay at Coors Field...

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     Baltimore Orioles vs Colorado Rockies on 2019-05-24 added by OddsShark

    Betting Prediction for Baltimore Orioles vs Colorado Rockies on May 24, 2019, 8:40 PM ET

    Free Betting Prediction: Baltimore will Win and the Total will go Under .

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  • @Orioles • 4m

    Camden Chat: Friday night Orioles game thread: vs Rockies, 8:40

    The O's head west to face the Rockies coming off a 1-9 skid over their last ten games. At 15-35, they're now a season-worst 17.5 games back of first in the AL East. If you've been living under a rock, well, I congratulate you. This was a great week to sit out.

    The idea of the historically homer-prone O's trying to stop the barrage at Coors Field, of all places, must be someone's sick idea of a joke. But hey, maybe this is the day they make a heroic stand. If so, we'll all be singing of the glory of John Means (5-4, 2.

  • @Rockies • 4m

    Denver Post: Rockies recall Jeff Hoffman from Triple-A to start homestand opener against Orioles


    As expected, the Rockies recalled right-hander Jeff Hoffman from Triple-A Albuquerque on Friday to start Colorado's homestand opener against the Orioles.

    Hoffman, 26, is 3-3 with a 7.57 ERA in seven games (six starts) for the Isotopes this season and yielded four earned runs in five innings in his lone major league outing of 2019. That came April 23 against the Nationals at Coors Field, when he filled in for an injured Kyle Freeland.

    "I thought he threw the ball well that night -- good curveball, good fastball command, good delivery," manager Bud Black said.

  • @Orioles • 4m

    Camden Chat: Orioles-Rockies series preview: The O's face an unfamiliar foe

    Man, I sure am tired of the Orioles giving up so many home runs. Well, maybe they'll have more luck in their next destination... (checks notes) ... COORS FIELD?? Aw, crap.

    Yes, the O's, already on pace to demolish all records for homer-allowing, now have to play three games in one of the most infamously homer-friendly ballparks in the majors. Welcome to Colorado.

    The Orioles have played only one previous series in this ballpark, and it happened way back in 2004. No players from that series are still active in the major leagues.

  • @Orioles • 4m

    Baltimore Sun: Orioles head to homer haven in Colorado grappling with their tendency to allow them at historic pace

    This holiday weekend brings the Orioles to the light air of Denver's Coors Field for a three-game set with the Colorado Rockies, combining an environment where home runs happen regularly with a team that's giving them up at a record-shattering rate through 50 games this season.

    They've been flying out of Camden Yards -- and really everywhere the Orioles play -- with such frequency that it begs the question: Why does this keep happening? Are the Orioles just supremely vulnerable to modern hitters intending to lift and drive everything they can? Is a staff of inexperienced pitchers at this level learning what big league hitters do to mistakes without the ability to stop making them?

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