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MLB : ATS Matchup
Monday 5/6/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
OAKLAND  PARKER )
 
CLEVELAND  JIMENEZ )
+1.5  -200

-1.5  +170
+105

-115

9ov
 
3
Final
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OAKLAND (18 - 14) at CLEVELAND (14 - 14)
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Monday, 5/6/2013 7:05 PM
JARROD PARKER (R) vs. UBALDO JIMENEZ (R)
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
959OAKLAND+115Ov 8.5,-110+100Ov 9,-115
960CLEVELAND-125Un 8.5,-110-110Un 9,-105
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
OAKLAND - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPRunsAvgOBP
All Games18-14+3.725-75.30.2510.3394.70.2590.312
Road Games9-6+4.412-35.90.2710.3584.00.2550.306
vs Right-handed Starters12-10+0.917-55.20.2450.3295.10.2650.319
Past 7 Games5-2+3.45-26.00.2500.3415.00.2560.296
Grass Games18-11+6.823-65.80.2580.3474.60.2570.310
Night Games13-7+6.214-65.70.2550.3374.00.2420.301
OAKLAND - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABHEBHR/ABRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games5.30.2510.339321119281111320.031601492422524730192320
Road Games5.90.2710.3581552814350210.048372109131231510108
Righty Starters5.20.2450.3292277919169180.02108971651916522121715
OAKLAND - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games2.951.209110413695938936-05362.5%
Road Games2.381.10345.3141235115412-03260%

CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPRunsAvgOBP
All Games14-14+1.914-125.10.2720.3364.40.2310.311
Home Games6-7-1.79-44.80.2630.3295.10.2500.318
vs Right-handed Starters7-8-0.56-85.00.2770.3484.10.2310.315
Past 7 Games6-2+4.45-26.90.3380.3853.40.2060.299
Grass Games11-11-0.212-85.20.2780.3424.50.2390.314
Night Games10-9+2.79-95.10.2730.3374.30.2300.308
CLEVELAND - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABHEBHR/ABRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games5.10.2720.33628980267105400.04137932291520222152619
Home Games4.80.2630.3291343711545190.04604311069079118
Righty Starters5.00.2770.3481552714653230.047257126101091571510
CLEVELAND - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games2.691.15190.33227671037984-04357.1%
Home Games3.281.17946.7211740715521-0010%
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OAKLAND - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/22/2013GRIFFIN(R)@ BOSTONDOUBRONT(L)6-9L1208 unO582980
4/23/2013COLON(R)@ BOSTONACEVES(R)13-0W1058.5 evO1380342
4/24/2013ANDERSON(L)@ BOSTONLESTER(L)5-6L1458 ovO9801090
4/25/2013PARKER(R)BALTIMOREHAMMEL(R)2-10L-1358 unO68115102
4/26/2013MILONE(L)BALTIMORECHEN(L)0-3L-1257.5 unU353780
4/27/2013GRIFFIN(R)BALTIMORETILLMAN(R)3-7L-1508 unO101001040
4/28/2013COLON(R)BALTIMOREGONZALEZ(R)9-8W-1508 unO121001551
4/29/2013STRAILY(R)LA ANGELSHANSON(R)10-8W-1258 ovO1611115142
4/30/2013PARKER(R)LA ANGELSRICHARDS(R)10-6W-1108.5 unO1072981
5/1/2013MILONE(L)LA ANGELSWILSON(L)4-5L-1158.5 unO81301040
5/3/2013GRIFFIN(R)@ NY YANKEESSABATHIA(L)2-0W1358 unU10110660
5/4/2013COLON(R)@ NY YANKEESHUGHES(R)2-4L1058.5 unU661850
5/5/2013STRAILY(R)@ NY YANKEESPETTITTE(L)5-4W1208 unO770981
5/6/2013PARKER(R)@ CLEVELANDJIMENEZ(R) 
5/7/2013MILONE(L)@ CLEVELANDMCALLISTER(R) 
5/8/2013GRIFFIN(R)@ CLEVELANDMASTERSON(R) 
5/9/2013COLON(R)@ CLEVELANDKAZMIR(L) 
5/10/2013STRAILY(R)@ SEATTLEIWAKUMA(R) 
5/11/2013PARKER(R)@ SEATTLESAUNDERS(L) 
5/12/2013MILONE(L)@ SEATTLEHARANG(R) 
5/13/2013 TEXAS  

CLEVELAND - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/22/2013MASTERSON(R)@ CHI WHITE SOXAXELROD(R)3-2W-1208.5 unU661561
4/24/2013MCALLISTER(R)@ CHI WHITE SOXQUINTANA(L)2-3L1257.5 ovU550570
4/27/2013KAZMIR(L)@ KANSAS CITYSANTANA(R)2-3L1509 unU991682
4/28/2013MASTERSON(R)@ KANSAS CITYGUTHRIE(R)0-9L1008.5 unO8901070
4/28/2013KLUBER(R)@ KANSAS CITYSMITH(L)10-3W1259 unO1470863
4/29/2013JIMENEZ(R)@ KANSAS CITYDAVIS(R)9-0W1409 ovP1440340
4/30/2013MCALLISTER(R)PHILADELPHIAHALLADAY(R)14-2W-1058 evO1740550
5/1/2013BAUER(R)PHILADELPHIALEE(L)6-0W+1207.5 ovU14120391
5/3/2013MASTERSON(R)MINNESOTAHERNANDEZ(L)7-6W-1458.5 unO131001190
5/4/2013KAZMIR(L)MINNESOTACORREIA(R)7-3W-1159 unO1261790
5/5/2013KLUBER(R)MINNESOTAPELFREY(R)2-4L-1509 unU660660
5/6/2013JIMENEZ(R)OAKLANDPARKER(R) 
5/7/2013MCALLISTER(R)OAKLANDMILONE(L) 
5/8/2013MASTERSON(R)OAKLANDGRIFFIN(R) 
5/9/2013KAZMIR(L)OAKLANDCOLON(R) 
5/10/2013KLUBER(R)@ DETROITSCHERZER(R) 
5/11/2013JIMENEZ(R)@ DETROITVERLANDER(R) 
5/12/2013MCALLISTER(R)@ DETROITPORCELLO(R) 
5/13/2013 NY YANKEES  
5/13/2013 NY YANKEES  
KEY GAME INFORMATION
OAKLAND: HITTING: 2B JEMILE WEEKS may not be a legitimate .300 hitter, but he's still the best option they have at the leadoff spot. C KURT SUZUKI seemingly hits as many line outs as anyone in baseball. He has a solid bat for a catcher and qualifies as a middle-of-the-order option in Oakland. OF JOSH REDDICK is more of a line-drive hitter than a 25-HR guy, and he doesn't yet have the plate discipline to approach .300. 1B BRANDON ALLEN is an all-or-nothing hitter, but his potential for much-needed power should be enough for him to beat out DARIC BARTON. SS CLIFF PENNINGTON has quietly developed into a serviceable regular. With 3B SCOTT SIZEMORE out for the season with a torn ACL, either ERIC SOGARD or JOSH DONALDSON will win the job at third base. Neither player has reached 80 career at-bats yet. Highly-coveted Cuban OF YOENIS CESPEDES inked a four-year deal with Oakland, and will be expected to produced in the heart of the lineup immediately. OF COLLIN COWGILL is undersized, but has shown impressive power in the minors. The DH spot will fall to Allen when Barton is in the lineup. When he's not, it will be filled by such Quadruple-A types as KILA KA'AIHUE and CHRIS CARTER.
STARTING PITCHING: BRANDON McCARTHY reclamation project worked out nicely. He's an injury risk, but when healthy he's one of baseball's better middle-of-the-rotation arms. BARTOLO COLON pitched better than expected with the Yankees last year (7.4 K/9, 4.00 ERA), and should perform just as well in his new spacious ballpark. DALLAS BRADEN (shoulder) and BRETT ANDERSON (elbow) are both question marks after major surgeries. Braden's return date has been pushed back to early May, while Anderson will might not take the hill until June. The jewel of the Trevor Cahill trade, hard-throwing righty JARROD PARKER has a chance to make a big impact if his arm is recovered from 2009 Tommy John surgery. The Gio Gonzalez trade landed Oakland TOMMY MILONE and BRAD PEACOCK, both of whom are coming off impressive minor-league seasons. They'll compete for rotation spots this spring. TYSON ROSS could get a few starts, but he's gotten very hittable over the past year. They're in no hurry to start the arbitration clock of top prospect SONNY GRAY, but he should make some late-season starts.
RELIEF PITCHING: With Andrew Bailey gone, righty GRANT BALFOUR (2.47 ERA, 1.03 WHIP) will get the first chance to close games. Though his occasional bouts with command issues make him a risk. If Balfour falters, BRIAN FUENTES will get the next look because of his ninth-inning experience and strong second half of 2011 . . . Long a favorite inside the organization, injury-prone righty JOEY DEVINE has long been considered a future closer and should get some late-innings duties. The highest upside option for a future closer is 25-year-old righty FAUTINO DE LOS SANTOS. He has overpowering stuff but his command comes and goes.
CLEVELAND: HITTING: SS ASDRUBAL CABRERA's reinvented swing, modeled after Ben Zobrist, likely led to his power surge. OF GRADY SIZEMORE is back on a one-year deal, so he has plenty of financial incentive to stay healthy. But he will begin the season on the DL after back surgery. OF SHELLEY DUNCAN is expected to get more playing time in replacing Sizemore, but speedy OF EZEQUIEL CARRERA is also waiting for his shot. Injuries and off-the-field issues spoiled OF SHIN SOO-CHOO's 2011, but there's a good chance he bounces back . . . OF MICHAEL BRANTLEY does everything well enough to get a regular gig in center. C CARLOS SANTANA is developing into a middle-of-the-order run producer. DH TRAVIS HAFNER can't be trusted to stay healthy or to produce power numbers. After another down year, 1B MATT LaPORTA will have to sit and watch CASEY KOTCHMAN start at first more often than not. 3B LONNIE CHISENHALL will get his chance to play every day, but dwindling production the past two years is a concern. 2B JASON KIPNIS will get first crack at second base. He's got nice pop for a middle infielder.
STARTING PITCHING: JUSTIN MASTERSON's strikeout rate continues to decline, and he still gets hit hard by lefties. Still, his strong groundball rate guarantees he's a solid middle-of-the-rotation arm at worst. His velocity dropped last year, and there's no telling if UBALDO JIMENEZ will ever regain his early 2010 form. He's the definition of high-risk, high-reward. DEREK LOWE was a decent middle-of-the-rotation arm in the National League, but now he must adjust to facing superior A.L. lineups . . . Healthy again, JOSH TOMLIN will remain in the rotation. He's hittable, throwing strikes and relying on his defense. Former Twins hurler KEVIN SLOWEY rounds out the staff. Although he posted a 6.67 ERA last year, Slowey has exhibited pinpoint control in his career with just 84 walks in 532.2 innings, tallying a .470 K-to-BB ratio. JEANMAR GOMEZ is a decent minor league arm, but his ceiling is low (long term and in the immediate future). CARLOS CARRASCO may not pitch in the bigs this year after Tommy John surgery.
RELIEF PITCHING: CHRIS PEREZ is entrenched as the closer, but he was a bit of a disappointment last season. His velocity dropped slightly, and his strikeout rate fell off a cliff. If Perez gets hurt, VINNIE PESTANO is next in line for saves. He may be undersized, but his stuff is overpowering. TONY SIPP proved he can get out righties too, but his value is as a lefty-on-lefty guy. Ditto for sidearmer JOE SMITH, who is deadly on righties. But it would be a surprise if he shut down lefties for a second straight year. RAFAEL PEREZ has been hampered by shoulder soreness in Spring Training, but the lefty should once again be serviceable in the late innings this year.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER AL PREVIEW (OAKLAND-CLEVELAND) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Athletics-Indians Preview* ===========================

By ALAN FERGUSON STATS Writer

Oakland (17-14) at Cleveland (14-13), 7:05 p.m. EDT

After a successful start to their longest road trip of the season, the Oakland Athletics will try to keep their momentum going by continuing their recent dominance of the Cleveland Indians.

The A's seek a ninth consecutive victory over the Indians on Monday night, while Ubaldo Jimenez will try to help Cleveland bounce back a day after its lengthy winning streak ended.

After dropping five of its previous six road games, Oakland took two of three from the New York Yankees over the weekend to kick off its 10-game trek. The A's blew a three-run lead in Sunday's series finale, but Josh Donaldson hit a tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning in a 5-4 victory.

"We got contributions across the board today in different ways," manager Bob Melvin told the team's official website. "Sometimes it takes a whole group to win a ballgame, and today, that was the case."

Oakland (18-14) will try to continue rolling against Cleveland (14-14), which had a six-game win streak snapped Sunday with a 4-2 loss to Minnesota. After batting .373 and scoring 53 runs during the streak, the Indians had six hits and struck out 11 times in the series finale.

"We still took two out of three in this series, and if we keep doing that, we're going to be in a pretty good place at the end of the year," infielder Mark Reynolds said. "We've got some momentum, so hopefully we can carry it over (against Oakland)."

Jimenez (1-2, 7.13 ERA) will try to help his team rebound by building on his best outing of the season. After putting up a 10.06 ERA in his first four games, the right-hander pitched seven innings of three-hit ball last Monday at Kansas City in a 9-0 win, his first since Aug. 9.

"You're always looking to be encouraged," manager Terry Francona told the team's official website. "I think we flew past encouraged and got excited."

Jimenez will next try to help Cleveland avoid its longest losing streak against Oakland since dropping 10 in a row from July 31, 1971-Aug. 18, 1972. The Indians have lost five straight at home to the A's, including a four-game sweep Aug. 27-30.

Jimenez is 1-0 with a 3.75 ERA in his two starts against Oakland.

Like Jimenez, Jarrod Parker (1-4, 7.36) will try to build on his first win of the season. The right-hander, though, wasn't nearly as dominant as his Cleveland counterpart, giving up four runs over six innings Tuesday in a 10-6 win over the Los Angeles Angels.

He avoided becoming the first A's pitcher to lose five games in April.

"I felt good," Parker told the team's official website. "I was able to forget about what's done and focus in on each pitch. There's a reason for my success and I didn't want to get away from who I am. I didn't want to fight myself."

Parker has won both of his starts against Cleveland but had vastly different performances. He pitched eight innings in a 7-0 home win Aug. 19 and gave up five runs over five innings in a 12-7 road victory 11 days later.


Last Updated: 9/19/2014 4:54:55 PM EST


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