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MLB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 5/23/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
BALTIMORE  GAUSMAN )
 
TORONTO  MORROW )
+1.5  -180

-1.5  +160
+115

-125

9un
 
6
Final
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BALTIMORE (25 - 21) at TORONTO (19 - 27)
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Thursday, 5/23/2013 7:05 PM
KEVIN GAUSMAN (R) vs. BRANDON MORROW (R)
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
905BALTIMORE+125Ov 9.5,-110+115Ov 9,-105
906TORONTO-135Un 9.5,-110-125Un 9,-115
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
BALTIMORE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPRunsAvgOBP
All Games25-21+3.424-194.90.2680.3234.50.2510.319
Road Games14-9+6.914-95.10.2730.3264.00.2520.315
vs Right-handed Starters19-14+4.519-125.40.2770.3334.70.2600.328
Past 7 Games2-5-3.64-24.90.2970.3316.30.2850.346
Night Games17-13+3.813-144.70.2610.3154.30.2480.315
Division11-10+2.29-94.60.2580.3124.70.2430.310
BALTIMORE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABHEBHR/ABRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games4.90.2680.323461605430161590.042171312953530539144810
Road Games5.10.2730.3262381822384310.041126514918152226244
Righty Starters5.40.2770.333331168324121450.041689820929227279376
BALTIMORE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games3.411.228150.76357129185613410-716964%
Road Games3.031.18568.3272357824574-210376.9%

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPRunsAvgOBP
All Games19-27-8.825-204.20.2410.3045.10.2630.334
Home Games11-13-5.412-124.30.2480.3165.10.2570.324
vs Right-handed Starters15-19-3.816-174.10.2330.3064.60.2560.326
Past 7 Games4-3+14-35.30.2650.3364.70.2560.307
Turf Games11-13-5.412-124.30.2480.3165.10.2570.324
Night Games10-18-10.113-143.90.2290.2955.00.2670.346
Division10-18-6.816-114.00.2360.2995.30.2630.339
TORONTO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABHEBHR/ABRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games4.20.2410.304461535370139570.041801403503028548273621
Home Games4.30.2480.3162478719573280.0496791791515128162110
Righty Starters4.10.2330.306341127263105460.041321182692020940202815
TORONTO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games3.771.324162.4776815519601359-911568.8%
Home Games4.201.31581.34238801327724-44180%
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
BALTIMORE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/9/2013GARCIA(R)KANSAS CITYGUTHRIE(R)2-6L-1158.5 evU870941
5/10/2013HAMMEL(R)@ MINNESOTAPELFREY(R)9-6W-1158.5 ovO181101192
5/11/2013JOHNSON(R)@ MINNESOTAWORLEY(R)5-8L1008.5 unO12801061
5/12/2013CHEN(L)@ MINNESOTADIAMOND(L)6-0W-1058 unU1160881
5/14/2013TILLMAN(R)SAN DIEGOCASHNER(R)2-3L-1458 ovU540871
5/15/2013GARCIA(R)SAN DIEGOMARQUIS(R)4-8L-1559 ovO1110117110
5/17/2013HAMMEL(R)TAMPA BAYHELLICKSON(R)10-12L-1109 unO13311780
5/18/2013JURRJENS(R)TAMPA BAYHERNANDEZ(R)6-10L+1009 evO131001160
5/19/2013TILLMAN(R)TAMPA BAYMOORE(L)1-3L+1008.5 ovU551770
5/20/2013GARCIA(R)NY YANKEESSABATHIA(L)4-6L+1209 unO13100940
5/21/2013GONZALEZ(R)NY YANKEESHUGHES(R)3-2W-1159 evU870531
5/22/2013HAMMEL(R)NY YANKEESKURODA(R)6-3W+1059 unP1460760
5/23/2013GAUSMAN(R)@ TORONTOMORROW(R) 
5/24/2013TILLMAN(R)@ TORONTONOLIN(L) 
5/25/2013GARCIA(R)@ TORONTODICKEY(R) 
5/26/2013GONZALEZ(R)@ TORONTOORTIZ(R) 
5/27/2013HAMMEL(R)@ WASHINGTONSTRASBURG(R) 
5/28/2013GAUSMAN(R)@ WASHINGTONGONZALEZ(L) 
5/29/2013TILLMAN(R)WASHINGTONZIMMERMANN(R) 
5/30/2013 WASHINGTON  

TORONTO - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/9/2013DICKEY(R)@ TAMPA BAYPRICE(L)4-5L1407.5 unO870991
5/10/2013ORTIZ(R)@ BOSTONLESTER(L)0-5L1909.5 ovU1121090
5/11/2013BUEHRLE(L)@ BOSTONBUCHHOLZ(R)3-2W1809.5 ovU851780
5/12/2013JENKINS(R)@ BOSTONDEMPSTER(R)12-4W2009.5 unO12201081
5/14/2013DICKEY(R)SAN FRANCISCOZITO(L)10-6W-1359 unO18901072
5/15/2013ORTIZ(R)SAN FRANCISCOVOGELSONG(R)11-3W+10510 unO11811092
5/17/2013BUEHRLE(L)@ NY YANKEESKURODA(R)0-5L1208.5 ovU440850
5/18/2013MORROW(R)@ NY YANKEESPHELPS(R)2-7L1108.5 ovO872830
5/20/2013DICKEY(R)TAMPA BAYODORIZZI(R)7-5W-1459 unO860771
5/21/2013ORTIZ(R)TAMPA BAYCOBB(R)3-4L+1309.5 unU6701042
5/22/2013BUEHRLE(L)TAMPA BAYHELLICKSON(R)4-3W-1109.5 unU751740
5/23/2013MORROW(R)BALTIMOREGAUSMAN(R) 
5/24/2013NOLIN(L)BALTIMORETILLMAN(R) 
5/25/2013DICKEY(R)BALTIMOREGARCIA(R) 
5/26/2013ORTIZ(R)BALTIMOREGONZALEZ(R) 
5/27/2013BUEHRLE(L)ATLANTAHUDSON(R) 
5/28/2013MORROW(R)ATLANTAMAHOLM(L) 
5/29/2013JENKINS(R)@ ATLANTAMEDLEN(R) 
5/30/2013 @ ATLANTA  
KEY GAME INFORMATION
BALTIMORE: HITTING: The leadoff spot is 2B BRIAN ROBERTS' if he can stay on the field. His recent injury history is very troubling, though his talent makes him a risk worth taking. 2B ROBERT ANDINO and 2B RYAN ADAMS would compete for time if Roberts is out. The O's best hitter last year was arguably SS J.J. HARDY. He was healthy for the first time in years and flexed his legit 30-HR power. If Roberts and Hardy stay healthy, OF NICK MARKAKIS will likely hit third and see an increase in RBI chances. OF ADAM JONES seems to have the highest ceiling of any Baltimore hitter. 3B MARK REYNOLDS will probably end up at 1B. His horrendous average cancels out some of his 40-HR potential. OF NOLAN REIMOLD revived his MLB career with an impressive end of the season. He's got a shot to start in left. 1B CHRIS DAVIS is a candidate to start at first, third or DH as sort of a Junior Mark Reynolds. C MATT WIETERS is already one of the best two-way backstops in baseball at age 25.

STARTING PITCHING: WEI-YIN CHEN pitched well enough in Japan (2.48 ERA, 1.06 WHIP in past four seasons) to become the de-facto ace of this horrible pitching staff. JAKE ARRIETA is a mediocre talent, but is good enough to secure a spot as a Baltimore starter. JASON HAMMEL hopes the switch from Coors Field will help lower his career ERA of 4.99. The highest-risk, highest-potential O's pitcher may be BRIAN MATUSZ. His 2011 line is frightening (10.69 ERA, 2.11 WHIP), but he has the raw skills and pitch repertoire to turn it around. TOMMY HUNTER came over from Texas midseason and should round out the rotation.
RELIEF PITCHING: There was talk of JIM JOHNSON being converted into a starter, but he'll open the season as the team's closer. Johnson established himself as the O's best option to close after going 7-for-7 in that role last September. KEVIN GREGG would step in as the ninth-inning man if Johnson falters. He was unstable in that role last year. Gregg is a trade candidate this midseason, in which case he'd probably end up a set-up man elsewhere. Flame-throwing MATT LINDSTROM is a darkhorse for saves. He saved 23 games for Houston in 2010 before being used as a set-up man in Colorado last year. TSUYOSHI WADA brings his finesse game from Japan. He's a heady hurler who hides the ball well, but he's in for a rude awakening in the A.L. East. BRAD BERGESEN and CHRIS JAKUBAUSKAS are long relievers who may get bumped into the rotation if the young Baltimore SPs struggle again.
TORONTO: HITTING: SS YUNEL ESCOBAR brings a little pop and could score runs in bunches atop a solid lineup. OF JOSE BAUTISTA has simply been the best hitter in baseball the past two seasons. 1B ADAM LIND will have plenty of RBI chances, but his average stinks and he faded late last year. 3B BRETT LAWRIE will be a 30-30 candidate in his prime and he's a solid slugger already. Expect big power numbers but a painful average in C J.P. ARENCIBIA's sophomore season. OF COLBY RASMUS should have his head right this year and could see an uptick in power numbers. 2B KELLY JOHNSON improved his dreadful average after being traded to Toronto. He has great potential as a 20-20 candidate. DH EDWIN ENCARNACION raked at home last season and has the position flexibility to stay in the lineup every day. OF ERIC THAMES will start in left field. Thames has 15-15 potential. OF RAJAI DAVIS' speed makes him worthy of staying in the fourth outfielder role.
STARTING PITCHING: He's not really an ace, but RICKY ROMERO is a solid innings-eater at the front of the Jays' staff. He's a low-risk, low-reward starting pitcher. BRANDON MORROW's talent is intriguing. His mid-90s heat and deceptive slider lead to huge strikeout tallies, but also leads to a lot of gopher balls. Questionable conditioning was an issue for BRETT CECIL last year, as he gave up a whopping 37 HR between the majors and Triple-A. He seemed to straighten things out over the second half of last season. HENDERSON ALVAREZ's performance as a 21-year-old gives him an inside track for a rotation spot. He has intriguing upside. DUSTIN McGOWAN returned in September from a 38-month layoff to put himself in the mix for the rotation. His mid-90s gas is still there, giving him 175-K potential. KYLE DRABEK has great potential, but he was a disaster in 2011. He could not command his promising arsenal of pitches, and broke down mentally at times.
RELIEF PITCHING: SERGIO SANTOS has unhittable stuff, but will have to battle newcomer FRANCISCO CORDERO as Toronto's closer. Cordero's strikeout rate dropped down to a putrid 5.4 K/9 last year, but he showed great command with a stellar 1.02 WHIP. CASEY JANSSEN was Toronto's most improved pitcher in 2011. He has a sinking fastball, a pretty good K rate and performed quite well against the AL East last season. Prospect JOEL CARRENO, a starter in the minors, is a closer-in-waiting. He was impressive out of the pen after a late-August call-up, and averaged better than a strikeout per inning, albeit with shaky control, in the minors.
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