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MLB : ATS Matchup
Sunday 8/20/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
LA ANGELS  BRIDWELL )
 
BALTIMORE  TILLMAN )
+1.5  -190

-1.5  +165
+110

-120

10.5ev
 
5
Final
4

LA ANGELS (63 - 60) at BALTIMORE (60 - 63)
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Sunday, 8/20/2017 1:35 PM
PARKER BRIDWELL (R) vs. CHRIS TILLMAN (R)
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
917LA ANGELS-110Ov 10,-120+110Ov 10.5,-110
918BALTIMORE+100Un 10,+100-120Un 10.5,-110
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
LA ANGELS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPSLGOPSRunsAvgOBPSLGOPS
All Games63-60+11.549-644.30.2440.3080.3860.6944.30.2510.3110.4160.728
Road Games30-34+725-364.20.2380.3060.3810.6874.40.2600.3270.4370.764
vs Right-handed Starters42-43+4.629-474.20.2420.3040.3910.6954.10.2470.3080.4030.711
Past 7 Games5-2+4.42-44.60.2160.2960.4200.7163.60.2690.3120.4160.728
Grass Games59-57+1047-594.30.2440.3070.3850.6924.30.2520.3120.4170.729
Day Games15-17+1.510-204.30.2350.3160.3700.6874.20.2450.3110.4170.728
LA ANGELS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABH2B3BHRSLGRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games4.30.2440.30812341161004168101320.386500381895917811206210550
Road Games4.20.2380.306642154512967660.3812592124954440662265231
Righty Starters4.20.2420.3048528206831186970.3913432496226152184446838
LA ANGELS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games3.861.193408.31851753645212342424-16311567.4%
Road Games4.291.284203.310097189257220611-717770.8%

BALTIMORE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsO-URunsAvgOBPSLGOPSRunsAvgOBPSLGOPS
All Games60-63-462-594.80.2640.3130.4300.7435.10.2740.3400.4470.786
Home Games36-24+9.832-264.90.2650.3190.4470.7654.80.2660.3310.4350.766
vs Right-handed Starters39-44-6.145-374.80.2650.3130.4410.7555.40.2750.3410.4550.796
Past 7 Games3-4-1.65-26.10.3180.3530.5080.8615.60.2810.3370.5360.873
Grass Games52-58-9.856-524.80.2650.3140.4330.7475.30.2770.3420.4510.793
Day Games16-20-4.621-145.10.2680.3190.4380.7575.60.2890.3620.4670.830
BALTIMORE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
 RunsAVGOBPGABH2B3BHRSLGRBIBBSOSBLOBGIDPERRDPOSB
All Games4.80.2640.31312342791128199101650.4305633071033237951177213160
Home Games4.90.2650.319602044542934900.4472861614841038551346229
Righty Starters4.80.2650.31383288476313341230.4413842056861553384538541
BALTIMORE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
 ERAWHIPIPRERHHRBBSOW-LSVBSVPct.
All Games3.801.316437.72061854246115238023-14281270%
Home Games3.491.262226.79688210277619118-618772%
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
LA ANGELS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
8/6/2017NOLASCO(R)OAKLANDMANAEA(L)10-11L-1309 evO1210018102
8/7/2017RAMIREZ(R)BALTIMOREBUNDY(R)2-6L-1259 ovU541940
8/8/2017BRIDWELL(R)BALTIMOREHELLICKSON(R)3-2W-1159 ovU641870
8/9/2017SCRIBNER(R)BALTIMOREGAUSMAN(R)5-1W+1259.5 unU1070430
8/10/2017SKAGGS(L)@ SEATTLEPAXTON(L)6-3W1707.5 ovO860850
8/11/2017NOLASCO(R)@ SEATTLEGONZALES(L)6-5W12510 ovO11901041
8/12/2017RAMIREZ(R)@ SEATTLERAMIREZ(R)6-3W1409 ovP8401391
8/13/2017BRIDWELL(R)@ SEATTLEMIRANDA(L)4-2W1209 ovU6100861
8/15/2017SKAGGS(L)@ WASHINGTONGONZALEZ(L)1-3L1008.5 evU341970
8/16/2017NOLASCO(R)@ WASHINGTONROARK(R)3-2W1209 ovU421680
8/18/2017HEANEY(L)@ BALTIMOREHELLICKSON(R)7-9L12010.5 unO11411141
8/19/2017RAMIREZ(R)@ BALTIMOREGAUSMAN(R)5-1W1409.5 ovU771781
8/20/2017BRIDWELL(R)@ BALTIMORETILLMAN(R) 
8/21/2017SKAGGS(L)TEXASHAMELS(L) 
8/22/2017NOLASCO(R)TEXASROSS(R) 
8/23/2017HEANEY(L)TEXASCASHNER(R) 
8/24/2017RAMIREZ(R)TEXASPEREZ(L) 
8/25/2017 HOUSTON  
8/26/2017 HOUSTON  
8/27/2017 HOUSTON  

BALTIMORE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
8/6/2017JIMENEZ(R)DETROITSANCHEZ(R)12-3W-15010 unO177014121
8/7/2017BUNDY(R)@ LA ANGELSRAMIREZ(R)6-2W1159 ovU940541
8/8/2017HELLICKSON(R)@ LA ANGELSBRIDWELL(R)2-3L1059 ovU870641
8/9/2017GAUSMAN(R)@ LA ANGELSSCRIBNER(R)1-5L-1359.5 unU4301070
8/10/2017MILEY(L)@ OAKLANDSMITH(R)7-2W-1109.5 unU10527101
8/11/2017JIMENEZ(R)@ OAKLANDBLACKBURN(R)4-5L-1209.5 evU10511040
8/12/2017BUNDY(R)@ OAKLANDMANAEA(L)12-5W-1059 unO20911090
8/13/2017HELLICKSON(R)@ OAKLANDGRAVEMAN(R)3-9L-1159.5 unO1061820
8/14/2017GAUSMAN(R)@ SEATTLEGALLARDO(R)11-3W-1159 unO1672860
8/15/2017MILEY(L)@ SEATTLEALBERS(L)1-3L1009 evU640770
8/16/2017JIMENEZ(R)@ SEATTLEGONZALES(L)6-7L11010 unO12901580
8/18/2017HELLICKSON(R)LA ANGELSHEANEY(L)9-7W-13010.5 unO11411141
8/19/2017GAUSMAN(R)LA ANGELSRAMIREZ(R)1-5L-1509.5 ovU781771
8/20/2017TILLMAN(R)LA ANGELSBRIDWELL(R) 
8/21/2017JIMENEZ(R)OAKLANDSMITH(R) 
8/22/2017BUNDY(R)OAKLANDBLACKBURN(R) 
8/23/2017HELLICKSON(R)OAKLANDMANAEA(L) 
8/25/2017 @ BOSTON  
8/26/2017 @ BOSTON  
8/27/2017 @ BOSTON  
KEY GAME INFORMATION
LA ANGELS: 2016: 74-88, fourth place
Manager: Mike Scioscia (18th season)
Who's new? C Martin Maldonado, 2B Danny Espinosa, INF Luis Valbuena, OF Ben Revere, OF Cameron Maybin, RHP Jesse Chavez, RHP Austin Adams, RHP Yusmeiro Petit
Who's gone? C Jett Bandy, C Geovany Soto, C Juan Graterol, OF Gregorio Petit, OF Rafael Ortega, RHP Jered Weaver, LHP C.J. Wilson, RHP Jhoulys Chacin, RHP Tim Lincecum, RHP Cory Rasmus, LHP Brett Oberholtzer
Projected lineup: 3B Yunel Escobar (.304, 5 HR, 39 RBI), RF Kole Calhoun (.271, 18, 75), CF Mike Trout (.315, 29, 100, 30 SB), DH Albert Pujols (.268, 31, 119), 1B C.J. Cron (.278, 16, 69) or Luis Valbuena (.260, 13, 40 in 90 games with Astros), LF Cameron Maybin (.315, 4, 43, 15 SB with Tigers), 2B Danny Espinosa (.209, 24, 72 with Nationals), SS Andrelton Simmons (.281, 4, 44, 10 in 124 games), C Martin Maldonado (.202, 8, 21 with Brewers) or Carlos Perez (.209, 5, 31)
Rotation: RH Garrett Richards (1-3, 2.34 in six starts), RH Matt Shoemaker (9-13, 3.88), LH Tyler Skaggs (3-4, 4.17), RH Ricky Nolasco (8-14, 4.42 with Twins and Angels), RH Jesse Chavez (2-2, 4.43 with Blue Jays and Dodgers) or RH Bud Norris (6-10, 5.10 for Braves and Dodgers)
Key relievers: RH Huston Street (3-2, 6.45, 9/12 SV), RH Cam Bedrosian (2-0, 1.12), RH Andrew Bailey (3-1, 5.36 6/7 SV for Phillies and Angels), RH J.C. Ramirez (2-1, 2.91), LH Jose Alvarez (1-3, 3.45), RH Austin Adams (0-0, 9.82 with Indians), RH Yusmeiro Petit (3-5, 4.30 with Nationals), RH Mike Morin (2-2, 4.37)
Hot spots: First base and fifth starter. Pujols started 23 games at first base last year, and will likely play fewer this year after offseason plantar fascia surgery. For now, Pujols is the primary DH, Cron is the first baseman, and Valbuena will begin the season on the DL with a strained hamstring. One problem: neither Cron (.698 OPS) nor Valbuena (.666) could hit lefties last year. The top candidates for fifth starter are similarly flawed. Chavez and Norris finished last season as relievers. Alex Meyer has six major league starts to his name. The Angels might need all of them at points in 2017.
Outlook: It's hard to be too optimistic about a team that's made one playoff appearance in seven years. Yet it's hard to be too pessimistic considering the hard-luck injuries that decimated the Angels in 2016, particularly on the pitching side. Still, 2017 figures to be a transition year. The back of the rotation is a patch job until Tommy John patients Andrew Heaney and Nick Tropeano return from rehab. The Angels will gain some financial freedom after the season, when Josh Hamilton finally comes off the books. Any positive momentum in the meantime would make Anaheim a more attractive destination for free agents. Getting back above .500 would be a realistic step in that direction; anything beyond that is a bonus
BALTIMORE: 2016: 89-73, second place
Manager: Buck Showalter (eighth season)
Who's new? C Welington Castillo, OF Seth Smith, OF Craig Gentry, OF Michael Bourn, LHP Vidal Nuno
Who's gone? C Matt Wieters, OF Nolan Reimold, INF/OF Steve Pearce, RHP Vance Worley, RHP Odrisamer Despaigne, LHP T.J. McFarland, LHP Brian Duensing, RHP Tommy Hunter
Projected lineup: LF Hyun-Soo Kim (.302, 6 HR, 22 RBI), CF Adam Jones (.265, 29, 83), 3B Manny Machado (.294, 37, 96), 1B Chris Davis (.221, 38, 84), DH Mark Trumbo (.256, 47, 108), RF Seth Smith (.249, 16, 63 with Mariners), 2B Jonathan Schoop (.267, 25, 82), C Welington Castillo (.264, 14, 68 with Diamondbacks), SS J.J. Hardy (.269, 9, 48)
Rotation: RH Kevin Gausman (9-12, 3.61 ERA), RH Dylan Bundy (10-6, 4.02), LH Wade Miley (9-13, 5.37), RH Ubaldo Jimenez (8-12, 5.44), RH Mike Wright (3-4, 5.79) or Chris Lee (5-0, 2.98 at Double-A) or Gabriel Ynoa (1-0, 6.38 with Mets) or Tyler Wilson (4-6, 5.27) or Jayson Aquino (0-0, 0.00 in three games)
Key relievers: LH Zach Britton (2-1, 0.54, 47/47 SV), RH Brad Brach (10-4, 2.05), RH Darren O'Day (3-1, 3.77), RH Mychal Givens (8-2, 3.13), LH Donnie Hart (0-0, 0.49), LH Vidal Nuno (1-1, 3.53 with Mariners)
Hot spots: Fifth starter and bullpen. A shoulder injury in camp left 16-game winner Chris Tillman in doubt for opening day. That opened the floodgates for a pair of competitions that are somewhat intertwined, since the Orioles value long relievers more than perhaps any team. Wright and Wilson, who shuttled between the bullpen and the rotation last season, are the top candidates for the final rotation job. Aquino is a candidate to start or relieve. Logan Verrett, Richard Bleier and Zach Stewart are all potential long men. Keep an eye on Lee, a 24-year-old lefty who missed most of last season with a lat strain.
Outlook: Boston landed the biggest trade chip of the winter and Baltimore couldn't (or didn't try to) acquire the number-one starter it badly needed. When the dust settled, the Orioles look like another 80-something win team that will lean on its organizational depth to overachieve. Machado is already one of the five best players in the game, and at 24 his prime years might still lie ahead. Only three teams in history have had three 40-home run hitters, but Machado, Davis and Trumbo are capable of making it four. Expect some high-scoring games: the Orioles' outfield earned low marks on defense last year, while their starting rotation is iffy at best. Bridging the gap to closer Britton will be key.
PREVIEW
Orioles' Tillman tries to rediscover top form vs. Angels
 

BALTIMORE -- Chris Tillman returns to the starting rotation for the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday in the series finale with the Los Angeles Angels. The question now is if he can find his old form in this spot start, something that's eluded him all season.

Tillman will try to help the Orioles (60-63) win the rubber match of this three-game series with the Angels (63-60) on Sunday afternoon at Camden Yards.

Tillman (7.83 ERA) lost his spot in the starting rotation after going 1-7 in his first 15 starts and has pitched out of the bullpen twice since.

He will go against Parker Bridwell (7-1, 2.88), the former Oriole farmhand who has flourished since Los Angeles acquired him from Baltimore on April 17 for a player to be named later and cash.

Tillman hasn't given up a run in two short appearances out of the bullpen, and this will be his first start since Aug. 3, when he gave up seven runs in two innings versus the Tigers.

He missed a month at the start of the season with arm issues and hasn't rediscovered his old form that earned him 16 wins last year and 56 over the past four seasons.

"Chris has a really good pedigree of pitching good baseball for the Orioles and he's done the things that we asked him to do to get back," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. "We need him to pitch well for us to get to where we want to go."

Bridwell has been a pleasant surprise since the Angels got him from the Orioles. This will be his 12th start (and 13th game) of the season, and he's given the injury-riddled Los Angeles starting rotation some much-needed help.

Since the beginning of July, he is 5-0 with a 2.22 ERA over seven starts. He even beat his old team, allowing one run on six hits in seven innings as the Angels topped the Orioles 3-2 on Aug. 8 in Anaheim.

If the Angels show the kind of power they have in the first two games, Bridwell could have a good chance to beat the Orioles again.

Los Angeles entered this series ranked next-to-last in the American League in homers but the Angels banged out five in Friday's loss and added four more -- two apiece by Mike Trout and Luis Valbuena -- in Saturday's 5-1 victory.

"We've hit them out," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "We haven't hit many all year. We haven't had the slugging percentage to the level we need it. It's good to see it come alive."

Both teams will have a few injury questions heading into the series finale. The Orioles are hoping that Chris Davis will be able to return as he's missed the first two games with an unspecified illness.

Welington Castillo also was sick and missed Friday but was a late add to Saturday's lineup and played.

The Angels still are hoping that Cameron Maybin returns to the lineup Sunday or soon. He missed the first two games as his right knee hasn't felt right.

Maybin and manager Mike Scioscia said the situation is day-to-day. It's the same knee that kept him on the disabled list from July 19 to Aug. 7 (an MCL sprain).

Also, pitcher JC Ramirez, who came out of Saturday's start with irritation in his arm, will have an MRI exam on Monday. He was checked by the medical staff but they're going to do more testing.


Last Updated: 9/19/2017 10:29:47 AM EST


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