Baltimore vs Oakland Predictions
|*Community||OAK -220 75%||o/9 51%|
*Consensus from 1249 predictions.
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Oakland Athletics (75% consensus). The Baltimore Orioles attempt to halt their losing streak at six games when they visit the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday for the middle contest of their three-game series. Baltimore held an early lead in Monday's series opener but squandered it en route to a 3-2 defeat... http://bit.ly/2E6GZ6V
Betting Prediction for Baltimore Orioles vs Oakland Athletics on June 18, 2019, 10:07 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Oakland will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Baltimore Sun: Orioles open West Coast swing with 3-2 loss to Athletics, extending losing streak to six
The Orioles were hoping that a change of scenery would help them pull out of another long losing streak, but even a change of strategy at the spacious Oakland Coliseum did not do the trick.
They played small ball and scored two runs on sacrifice bunts in the second inning, but the offense fizzled after that and the Athletics took advantage of some sloppy defense to score a 3-2 victory and send the Orioles to their sixth straight defeat.
Oakland starting pitcher Mike Fiers, who was not charged with an earned run during that early O's rally because the A's played some ugly defense of their own, didn't leave anything to chance after that.
San Jose Mercury News: Athletics make disputed run hold up in win over Orioles
OAKLAND -- Matt Chapman scored what turned out to be the winning run on a play in which he was originally called out as the Athletics beat the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 Monday night at the Coliseum.
Chapman, attempting to score from second in the third inning after Orioles catcher Chance Cisco threw the ball into right field, was called out by John Libka when a throw from Baltimore first baseman Chris Davis appeared to beat him at the plate. The call was overturned on instant replay to the delight of a crowd of 12,345.
That turned out to be the winning run as Athletics pitchers Mike Fiers, Liam Hendriks and Blake Treinen kept the Orioles in check.
Camden Chat: Mistake in the field, struggles at the plate cost Orioles in Oakland
First, the Orioles didn't make the play. Then they didn't get the hit.
Either one might have prevented Baltimore from a 3-2 loss to the Athletics Monday night, a defeat that kicked off a six-game swing through first Oakland and then Seattle.
This wasn't the sort of mind-numbing loss that gets Orioles fans reaching for things to punch or throw against the wall - like, say, each of the losses in the previous series against the Red Sox. This was a tight game against a respectable team, and one that just happened to not go their way.