Baltimore 30-67 | 16-31 away
vs Oakland 57-42 | 31-20 home
Wednesday 3:37pm ET
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Baltimore vs Oakland Predictions

Wed, Jun 19, 3:37pm ET at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Starting Pitchers
Jimmy Yacabonis (1-1) ERA: 5.40
L3: S/O: 2.3 WHIP: 1.3 ER: 0.3 IP: 3.7
C Bassitt (3-3) ERA: 3.68
L3: S/O: 3.3 WHIP: 1.3 ER: 2.5 IP: 5.5
Odds
Open
Current
BAL
OAK
O/U
+237
-260
9.5
+260
-290
9.5

Consensus Picks


Computer OAK -284 u/9.5
*Community OAK -290 71% o/9.5 65%

*Consensus from 1058 predictions.

Highlights
41327thEarned Run Average3.9524th
.24224thQuality Starts01st
.30427thWHIP1.2624th
.40426thBAA.24225th
26th OFFENSE 13th
23rd Hits 16th
19th Strike Outs 4th
30th DEFENSE 12th
29th Hits 9th
30th Strike Outs 26th
2019 AL East Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
New York 64 33 .660 W5
Tampa Bay 56 45 .554 L5
Boston 54 45 .545 W1
Toronto 38 62 .380 W2
Baltimore 30 67 .309 L1
2019 AL West Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Houston 63 37 .630 W4
Oakland 57 42 .576 W2
Texas 50 48 .510 L6
Los Angeles 51 49 .510 W1
Seattle 40 61 .396 L1
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  • @Covers • 1m

     Baltimore Orioles vs Oakland Athletics on 2019-06-19 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Oakland Athletics
    (72% consensus). The Oakland Athletics began their 10-game homestand by losing two of three to Seattle, but they can complete a three-game sweep of the Baltimore Orioles when they host the American League cellar dwellers for the finale of the set on Wednesday afternoon. Oakland recorded a one-run triumph in the series opener before cruising to a 16-2 win on Tuesday... http://bit.ly/2J0z4vK

  • @OddsShark • 1m

    Betting Prediction for Baltimore Orioles vs Oakland Athletics on June 19, 2019, 3:37 PM ET

     Baltimore Orioles vs Oakland Athletics on 2019-06-19 added by OddsShark

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

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  • @Orioles • 4w

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: Trey Mancini Injured Against Oakland A's

    Just when you thought things could not get worse for the Baltimore Orioles, Wednesday afternoon's series finale against the Oakland A's happened. In the top of the first inning, first baseman Trey Mancini was hit by a 92 mph pitch out of the hand of A's starter Chris Bassitt.

    Mancini was hit in the elbow and was immediately removed from the game and replaced by Chris Davis. No additional information has been released on the severity of Mancini's injury.

    Update: Since the original publishing of this piece, x-rays came back negative and Mancini is considered day-to-day.

  • @Orioles • 4w

    Baltimore Sun: Orioles fold again in the late innings and lose their eighth straight game, 8-3, to the Oakland A's

    MLB

    The Orioles held back the tide as long as they could Wednesday, but the Oakland A's were not going to be denied. They have been hammering O's pitching since early April and they closed the season series with an 8-3 victory at the Oakland Coliseum.

    It was the eighth straight loss for the Orioles and -- while it didn't carry the sting of Tuesday night's ugly 16-run blowout -- it was another frustrating display of sub-par relief pitching against a team that can feast on it.

    The A's won six of the seven games between the two teams and scored eight runs or more in five of the six wins.

  • @Athletics • 1m

    Athletics Nation: Game Thread #75: Athletics vs Orioles (2)

    MLB

    OOH BOY THEY BASHIN'.

    Could they hit even more homers? Who knows!?

    Go A's!

  • @Orioles • 1m

    Baltimore Sun: Gabriel Ynoa, Orioles find out the hard way that the Oakland Coliseum isn't as big as it looks

    MLB

    The Oakland Coliseum has long had a reputation as a pitcher's park, thanks to its huge foul areas and spacious outfield, but the Orioles found out on Tuesday night that appearances can be deceiving.

    Right-hander Gabriel Ynoa and two relief pitchers combined to give up six home runs in an ugly 16-2 loss to the Oakland Athletics that featured a 10-run seventh inning and, amazingly, lasted only two hours and 28 minutes.

    And as a witness to a train wreck might say, it all happened so fast.

    The score was 4-2 entering the sixth inning and the game was humming along when Ynoa allowed a two-run homer to A's outfielder Robbie Grossman to stretch the Oakland lead to a fairly comfortable four runs.

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