Baltimore 22-56 | 13-28 away
vs Colorado 40-37 | 22-15 home
Sunday 3:10pm ET

Baltimore vs Colorado Sun, May 26

3:10pm ET at Coors Field
Starting Pitchers
David Hess (1-6) ERA: 6.75
L3: S/O: 5.3 WHIP: 1.8 ER: 5.3 IP: 5
German Marquez (5-2) ERA: 3.38
L3: S/O: 6.7 WHIP: 1.3 ER: 4.6 IP: 6.4

Consensus Picks

Computer COL -330 u/12
*Community COL -340 71% u/12 56%

*Consensus from 1799 predictions.

31327thEarned Run Average5.153rd
.23725thQuality Starts025th
24th OFFENSE 9th
22nd Hits 4th
16th Strike Outs 28th
30th DEFENSE 26th
28th Hits 27th
30th Strike Outs 23rd
2019 AL East Standings
New York 49 28 .636 L1
Tampa Bay 45 33 .577 W1
Boston 42 37 .532 L2
Toronto 29 49 .372 W2
Baltimore 22 56 .282 L1
2019 NL West Standings
Los Angeles 54 25 .684 W6
Colorado 40 37 .519 L3
Arizona 39 40 .494 W1
San Diego 38 40 .487 L3
San Francisco 33 43 .434 L1
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  • @SimonSays • 4w

    Rockies are -320?? WTF. I'll put $25 on David Hess and the O's just to make this game interesting.

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    • @GirthMcDirk
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      Save your $25 this could get ugly real quick COL -320

  • @Covers • 4w

     Baltimore Orioles vs Colorado Rockies on 2019-05-26 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Colorado Rockies
    (72% consensus). The Baltimore Orioles are in a position to snap their eight-series winless streak when they visit the Colorado Rockies on Sunday for the rubber match of their three-game interleague set. Baltimore, which owns the worst record in baseball at 16-36 and is 0-7-1 in series since winning two of three against the Chicago White Sox last month, halted its seven-game losing streak with Saturday's 9-6 victory...

  • @OddsShark • 4w

    Betting Prediction for Baltimore Orioles vs Colorado Rockies on May 26, 2019, 3:10 PM ET

     Baltimore Orioles vs Colorado Rockies on 2019-05-26 added by OddsShark

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

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  • @Orioles • 4w

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: Takeaways from O's Series Loss to Colorado

    After being swept aside by the Yankees during the work-week the Baltimore Orioles weekend went a little better as they picked up a win but lost two out of three in their road series with the Colorado Rockies

    The Orioles led much of the first game Friday night but ultimately fell victim to a Trevor Story walk-off home run. Saturday, the O's broke their seven-game losing streak thanks to the home run ball and a solid pitching effort from Andrew Cashner. Finally Sunday, the Birds took the lead into the bottom of the ninth but could not finish the deal as the Rockies earned another walk-off win.

  • @Rockies • 4w

    Denver Post: Rockies rally in ninth inning to beat Orioles at Coors Field



    When the Rockies finally got off their wild roller-coaster ride at Coors Field on Sunday afternoon, they had a 8-7 victory over the Orioles, courtesy of a walk-off, base-loaded sacrifice fly to left by Tony Wolters.

    Nolan Arenado began the rally with a one-out single to left off Branden Kline, followed by a walk by Daniel Murphy off lefty Paul Fry. Colorado loaded the bases when pinch-hitter Mark Reynolds drew a walk off right-hander Mychal Givens. Then Ian Desmond drove in the tying run with a nine-pitch walk off Givens, setting the stage for Wolters.

  • @Orioles • 4w

    Camden Chat: Bullpen meltdown spoils late Orioles rally on way to 8-7 loss to Rockies


    The 2019 Orioles are one of the more woeful baseball teams ever assembled. Most of the time they take the field, they are going to lose. The biggest question that they face in any given game is what, exactly, will happen to cause them to lose. On Sunday afternoon in their series finale against the Rockies, they had a particularly frustrating loss, blowing a 7-6 lead in the ninth inning to lose, 8-7, on a walkoff sacrifice fly.

    What's most disheartening to me about this Orioles team is the way that the players who, before the season, could have been hoped to be trade bait, often seem to be at the center of these awful losses.

  • @Orioles • 4w

    Camden Chat: Sunday afternoon Orioles game thread: at Rockies, 3:10


    If you scour the entirety of pitchers in MLB this season, you will not find anyone who has given up more home runs than today's Orioles starter, David Hess. The 17 homers that Hess has allowed make him the worst at giving up homers in the league - at least so far.

    Cruelly for Hess, he must attempt to start to reverse this homer-happy trend in today's start, where he is in the homer-happy mile high environment of Coors Field. This is not a great scenario, unless you are a Rockies fan who likes watching your team hit a bunch of homers.

  • @Rockies • 4w

    Purple Row: Baltimore Orioles 9, Colorado Rockies 6: Rockies pitching lit up by Baltimore


    The Colorado Rockies pitching staff surrendered 17 hits to the Baltimore Orioles in a 9-6 loss on Saturday night. The 17 hits were a season high for Baltimore, who also drew tree walks and snapped a seven-game losing streak. The lone bright spot for the Rockies pitching staff tonight was Chad Bettis, who allowed just one hit and struck out four in a pair of scoreless innings. The Rockies offense, specifically Nolan Arenado, did manage to stay hot, with six runs on 10 hits, half of which were for extra bases.

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