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  • Great spot for mean John Means to get an elusive home victory. The Orioles have the offensive advatnage and with Means on the mound I am leaning them on the pitching match up. Marco is young and still needs to develop more as a professional. Means has nasty stuff and should down this line up.

    My Pick: Baltimore -125
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    • @Covers • 4w
       Seattle Mariners vs Baltimore Orioles on 2019-09-22 added by Covers

      Covers community free betting prediction for
      Seattle Mariners
      (54% consensus). After having their five-game winning streak halted in the series opener, the Seattle Mariners wasted little time getting back in the win column. Seattle attempts to capture its fourth consecutive series when it visits the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday for the rubber match of their three-game set... http://bit.ly/2J3bpLo

    • @OddsShark • 4w
       Seattle Mariners vs Baltimore Orioles on 2019-09-22 added by OddsShark

      Betting Prediction for Seattle Mariners vs Baltimore Orioles on September 22, 2019, 1:05 PM ET

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

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    • @Mariners • 4w
      MLB

      The Seattle Times: Mariners spoil strong outing from Marco Gonzales to lose series finale vs. Orioles

      BALTIMORE -- Marco Gonzales pitched one of his best games of the season but came up empty as the Mariners lost to the Baltimore Orioles, 2-1, on Sunday.

      The 27-year-old right-hander gave up just three hits over seven innings while striking out four but a late-game gopher ball gave the Orioles a series win over the Mariners.

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      Gonzales (16-12) made his costly mistake in the seventh when he served up a homer to the Orioles' Chris Davis, the once-feared slugger who signed a $161 million contract in 2016 but is just a shadow of his former self.

      BALTIMORE -- Marco Gonzales pitched one of his best games of the season but came up empty as the Mariners lost to the Baltimore Orioles, 2-1, on Sunday.

      The 27-year-old right-hander gave up just three hits over seven innings while striking out four but a late-game gopher ball gave the Orioles a series win over the Mariners.

      Related

      The King's Farewell: The end of Felix Hernandez's long, complicated journey with the Mariners

      Gonzales (16-12) made his costly mistake in the seventh when he served up a homer to the Orioles' Chris Davis, the once-feared slugger who signed a $161 million contract in 2016 but is just a shadow of his former self.

    • @Orioles • 4w
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      Camden Chat: Chris Davis home run makes the difference as Orioles top Mariners, 2-1

      The Orioles played their final home game of the 2019 season on Sunday in very un-2019 Orioles-like fashion. They had good starting pitching, a good relief effort, solid defense, and even a clutch home run hit by Chris Davis. No, don't go check your calendar. It's really still 2019. All of this was enough for the O's to take down the Mariners in the series finale by a 2-1 score despite collecting just three hits all game.

      When the lineup came out with Davis in it for this game, you had to wonder at least a little bit if this was going to be the last hurrah for Davis in Baltimore, that his getting a start against a lefty pitcher was really just manager Brandon Hyde doing home fans who want to cheer him for his past accomplishments.

      The Orioles played their final home game of the 2019 season on Sunday in very un-2019 Orioles-like fashion. They had good starting pitching, a good relief effort, solid defense, and even a clutch home run hit by Chris Davis. No, don't go check your calendar. It's really still 2019. All of this was enough for the O's to take down the Mariners in the series finale by a 2-1 score despite collecting just three hits all game.

      When the lineup came out with Davis in it for this game, you had to wonder at least a little bit if this was going to be the last hurrah for Davis in Baltimore, that his getting a start against a lefty pitcher was really just manager Brandon Hyde doing home fans who want to cheer him for his past accomplishments.

    • @Orioles • 4w
      MLB

      Camden Chat: Sunday afternoon Orioles game thread: vs. Mariners, 1:05

      The Orioles are a bad team with a bad record that is bad at a whole lot of stuff, many of which are on display on a nightly basis. There are some scattered individual stories of mild interest, like whether Trey Mancini can hit a 35th homer or collect 100 RBI, whether Jonathan Villar can get to 40 stolen bases, whether Renato Nunez can finally hit his 30th dinger before the season ends, and whether Austin Hays continues making legendary plays over the last week or so of baseball.

      There's not much outside of that.

      The Orioles are a bad team with a bad record that is bad at a whole lot of stuff, many of which are on display on a nightly basis. There are some scattered individual stories of mild interest, like whether Trey Mancini can hit a 35th homer or collect 100 RBI, whether Jonathan Villar can get to 40 stolen bases, whether Renato Nunez can finally hit his 30th dinger before the season ends, and whether Austin Hays continues making legendary plays over the last week or so of baseball.

      There's not much outside of that.

    • @Orioles • 4w
      MLB

      Camden Chat: Orioles outrun by the Mariners in 7-6 extra innings loss

      The middle game of the current three game series against the Mariners lasted long into the night. After 13 innings and a little under five hours we finally had a verdict, although it didn't favor the Birds. But let's start at the beginning.

      Asher Wojciechowski walked a tight rope in the first inning, loading the bases on a hit by pitch, a single and a walk. He managed to get out of the jam by striking out the Daniel Vogelbach -- who is a burly, powerful hitter -- on a check swing.

      The middle game of the current three game series against the Mariners lasted long into the night. After 13 innings and a little under five hours we finally had a verdict, although it didn't favor the Birds. But let's start at the beginning.

      Asher Wojciechowski walked a tight rope in the first inning, loading the bases on a hit by pitch, a single and a walk. He managed to get out of the jam by striking out the Daniel Vogelbach -- who is a burly, powerful hitter -- on a check swing.

    • @Mariners • 4w
      MLB

      The Seattle Times: Mariners beat Orioles in 13th inning on Tim Lopes' infield single

      BALTIMORE -- Tim Lopes beat out an infield ground ball and speedster Mallex Smith scored from second base to lead the Mariners to a 7-6 victory over the Baltimore Orioles in 13 innings on Saturday.

      Mallex reached on an error with two out, stole second, and raced home after Lopes narrowly beat the throw to first for the single. Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini threw home but was unable to catch Mallex.

      Erik Swanson pitched the 13th to preserve the win for Dan Altavilla (2-1).

      J.P. Crawford drilled a three-run homer in the eighth inning to give the Mariners a 6-4 lead but the Orioles' Austin Hays returned the favor with a two-run shot off Sam Tuivailala in the bottom of the frame to knot the score.

      BALTIMORE -- Tim Lopes beat out an infield ground ball and speedster Mallex Smith scored from second base to lead the Mariners to a 7-6 victory over the Baltimore Orioles in 13 innings on Saturday.

      Mallex reached on an error with two out, stole second, and raced home after Lopes narrowly beat the throw to first for the single. Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini threw home but was unable to catch Mallex.

      Erik Swanson pitched the 13th to preserve the win for Dan Altavilla (2-1).

      J.P. Crawford drilled a three-run homer in the eighth inning to give the Mariners a 6-4 lead but the Orioles' Austin Hays returned the favor with a two-run shot off Sam Tuivailala in the bottom of the frame to knot the score.

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