Tampa Bay vs Cleveland Sun, May 26
|*Community||TB -105 52%||o/8 54%|
*Consensus from 1171 predictions.
|.33112th||On Base Percentage||.31921st|
I like Bauer in his recent form and I think this match up lines up well for him. There aren't many times you will be able to take Bauer at this price so I'm going to jump on the indians. We are seeing this new age craze of starting a reliever but Jaleen Beeks will be the main pitcher for the Rays today and the Indians have some good power from the right side. I like Bauer a lot more than Beeks and I'll take the indians at almost a pick. The value is just way to good60%
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The fact that there are lingering trade rumors involving Bauer is all you need to know when it comes to the Indians trust in him. That isnt to diminish the magic carpet ride he had in his 2018 All-Star season, but he clearly isnt playing anywhere near that level right now. In 23 innings pitched in the month of May so far, hes averaging a 7.04 ERA and two losses, which could spell trouble when facing Tampa Bays top-15 offense. All things considered I'll take the +105 money with Tampa here this afternoon.50%
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Tampa Bay Rays (51% consensus). Rookie Brandon Lowe responded to a four-strikeout performance with a big offensive effort and hopes to build on that when the Tampa Bay Rays go for a series victory Sunday afternoon against the host Cleveland Indians. Lowe, who leads the team with 11 homers and 30 RBIs, had a run-scoring double to go along with a solo blast and a walk in Saturdays 6-2 victory as the Rays won for the 17th time in 25 road games... http://bit.ly/2J4p58z
Betting Prediction for Tampa Bay Rays vs Cleveland Indians on May 26, 2019, 1:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Tampa Bay will Win and the Total will Push .
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TBO Rays: Marc Topkin's takeaways from Rays 6-3 Sunday win over Indians
On Jose Alvarado's resiliency, Avisail Garcia's dazzling defense and how it's rarely ever easy
Jose Alvarado had reason to celebrate with catcher Erik Kratz after closing out the Indians on Sunday. [RON SCHWANE Associated Press]
Marc Topkin's takeaways from Rays 6-3 Sunday win over Indians:
* Jose Alvarado displayed jis resiliency for a second straight weekend. After giving up the game-deciding runs in a three-walk outing Friday, he came back and cleaned up a mess in the ninth Sunday to seal a closer-than-needed 6-3 win.
TBO Rays: Austin Meadows leads the way as Rays beat Indians 6-3
CLEVELAND -- With Austin Meadows leading the way from the start, the Rays beat the Indians 6-3 Sunday to take three of four in the weekend series.
That sent them home for a Monday holiday matinee against the Blue Jays and got them to the traditional Memorial Day checkpoint a season-best 12 games over .500 at 31-19 and on a pace for 100 wins.
Meadows had a quite a day, on base five times in going 4-for-4 and being hit by a pitch, scoring two runs and knocking in three.
He launched a long homer to center on Trevor Bauers' fifth pitch of the game, a blast estimated at 431 feet, second longest of his nascent career.
DRaysBay: Rays 6, Indians 3: Rays induce a Bauer outage
This is Austin Meadows' team, we just write about it.
Meadows had one heck of a game today, starting it off with a home run off Trevor Bauer in to open the game. In the third, he scored on a throwing error. This wouldn't be the only throwing error to score a run in the game, as Kevin Kiermaier would score in the fourth on a catcher throwing error. But back to Meadows. In the fifth he was struck by a very wild, very behind the batter-looking pitch thrown by Bauer that hit Meadows in the knee. It didn't slow him down one bit as he stole second, then advanced to third on a wild pitch.
NEO Sports Insiders: Indians fall to Tampa Bay, 6-2
Cleveland- The Cleveland Indians were able to end their losing streak on Friday night, but Tampa Bay made sure Cleveland never started a winning streak. Tampa Bay jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the second inning, before a Leyones Martin single tied things up in the bottom half of the second.
The Indians offense was never able to really establish much of a footing Saturday against Tampa starter, Charlie Morton. With the win, Morton improves to (5-0) after allowing five hits to the Indians offense. Cleveland hitters struck out 12 times Saturday evening, 10 of which were served up by Morton.