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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 9/26/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  +135

-1.5  -155



BALTIMORE (45 - 111) at BOSTON (106 - 51)
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Wednesday, 9/26/2018 1:05 PM
** Doubleheader Game #1
Board OpeningLatest
931BALTIMORE+265Ov 9,-115+270Ov 9,-125
932BOSTON-325Un 9,-105-340Un 9,+105
BALTIMORE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games45-111-54.470-813.80.2390.2930.3810.6745.50.2760.3450.4570.802
Road Games18-61-33.240-383.40.2310.2800.3660.6465.80.2830.3560.4720.828
vs Left-handed Starters20-31-4.923-274.30.2550.3100.3900.7005.20.2690.3420.4520.794
Past 7 Games2-5-1.43-43.40.2460.2960.3830.6794.90.2170.2890.3830.671
Grass Games43-94-40.560-724.00.2430.2970.3840.6815.40.2730.3410.4490.790
Day Games18-35-11.526-263.90.2380.2950.3840.6785.30.2750.3360.4450.781
BALTIMORE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.80.2390.29315653111271214141700.38157240513546999113810315281
Road Games3.40.2310.2807927336311079810.3662571887593350165587140
Lefty Starters4.30.2550.310511789456597560.3902081444402435340265020
BALTIMORE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.731.4995713193005776927951817-29271860%
Road Games5.151.546281.3171161284331512687-18121152.2%

BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games106-51+3672-775.30.2670.3340.4360.7703.90.2360.3010.3750.676
Home Games55-21+18.631-385.60.2800.3420.4610.8033.80.2340.2950.3720.666
vs Right-handed Starters85-36+34.956-595.30.2690.3390.4390.7783.80.2340.3010.3680.668
Past 7 Games3-4-0.34-34.90.2610.3440.4270.7715.00.2480.3370.3990.736
Grass Games95-43+35.764-665.50.2720.3380.4460.7843.80.2350.2990.3740.673
Day Games33-9+18.316-255.00.2710.3350.4230.7573.20.2280.2970.3500.647
BOSTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.30.2670.33415754361452303291860.436788544120611510831457310457
Home Games5.60.2800.34276260072817119870.4614002465535852862315317
Righty Starters5.30.2690.33912141941128236191460.43961244593388851120568045
BOSTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.531.2815592262194815823559139-14461970.8%
Home Games3.281.2092831071032402510229322-3221166.7%
BALTIMORE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/12/2018CASHNER(R)OAKLANDHENDRIKS(R)0-10L+1759.5 evO1201591
9/13/2018BUNDY(R)OAKLANDANDERSON(L)5-3W+1659 evU1250980
9/14/2018ORTIZ(R)CHI WHITE SOXSHIELDS(R)6-8L+1059 ovO861971
9/15/2018RAMIREZ(R)CHI WHITE SOXLOPEZ(R)0-2L+1159 unU570630
9/16/2018HESS(R)CHI WHITE SOXGIOLITO(R)8-4W+1109 ovO11829111
9/17/2018PHILLIPS(R)TORONTOBORUCKI(L)0-5L+1259.5 evU330610
9/18/2018BUNDY(R)TORONTOSANCHEZ(R)4-6L+1009 unO651942
9/19/2018YACABONIS(R)TORONTOESTRADA(R)2-1W+1159.5 ovU660451
9/21/2018RAMIREZ(R)@ NY YANKEESSABATHIA(L)8-10L2459 ovO13801051
9/22/2018HESS(R)@ NY YANKEESLYNN(R)2-3L2609.5 ovU12120771
9/23/2018COBB(R)@ NY YANKEESHAPP(L)6-3W2458.5 unO1270450
9/24/2018BUNDY(R)@ BOSTONEOVALDI(R)2-6L2258.5 unU7511080

BOSTON - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/12/2018PRICE(L)TORONTOSANCHEZ(R)1-0W-2359 unU460460
9/13/2018RODRIGUEZ(L)TORONTOGAVIGLIO(R)4-3W-2309 unU970771
9/14/2018CUEVAS(R)NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)0-8L-1159 evU460970
9/15/2018PORCELLO(R)NY METSOSWALT(R)5-3W-2559.5 ovU10100232
9/16/2018SALE(L)NY METSDEGROM(R)4-3W-1757 unP631660
9/18/2018EOVALDI(R)@ NY YANKEESHAPP(L)2-3L1259 ovU580352
9/19/2018PRICE(L)@ NY YANKEESSEVERINO(R)1-10L1508.5 unO9911160
9/20/2018RODRIGUEZ(L)@ NY YANKEESTANAKA(R)11-6W1408.5 unO1350772
9/21/2018SALE(L)@ CLEVELANDBAUER(R)7-5W1407 unO13511090
9/22/2018PORCELLO(R)@ CLEVELANDCLEVINGER(R)4-5L1408.5 unO810112121
9/23/2018VELAZQUEZ(R)@ CLEVELANDPLUTKO(R)3-4L-1109.5 unU8133980
9/24/2018EOVALDI(R)BALTIMOREBUNDY(R)6-2W-2508.5 unU1080751
9/30/2018 NY YANKEES  
BALTIMORE: 2017: 75-87, fifth place.
MANAGER: Buck Showalter (ninth season).
ADDITIONS: RHP Alex Cobb, RHP Andrew Cashner, OF Colby Rasmus, LHP Nestor Cortes Jr., C Andrew Susac, INF Engelb Vielma, OF Austin Hays.
SUBTRACTIONS: C Welington Castillo, SS J.J. Hardy, RHP Ubaldo Jimenez, LHP Wade Miley, RHP Jeremy Hellickson.
OUTLOOK: The Orioles were 25-16 and in first place last year before fading to their first losing season since 2011. The prospect for improvement will rest on a power-laden lineup that needs Davis and Trumbo to rebound from poor performances, but both sluggers fought through injuries this spring and Trumbo will be on the disabled list on opening day. With a shaky rotation and a bullpen that is without injured closer Zach Britton, the Orioles must score plenty of runs to make some noise in the AL East. Baltimore's defense, usually a strong point, was not particularly efficient in 2017. The team addressed the problem by switching Machado to shortstop and working hard on fundamentals this spring. Most important, this could be the last season in Baltimore for Jones and Machado, whose contracts expire after 2018. If the Orioles are sputtering in July, the most intriguing aspect of the team might be whether one or both stars get jettisoned before the July 31 trade deadline.
BOSTON: 2017: 93-69, first place, lost to Houston in ALDS.
MANAGER: Alex Cora (first season).
ADDITIONS: DH J.D. Martinez.
MANAGER John Farrell, RHP Doug Fister, OF Chris Young, RHP Addison Reed, OF Rajai Davis, LHP Henry Owens, LHP Fernando Abad.
OUTLOOK: The Red Sox won 93 games last year for the second straight season and claimed the franchise's first back-to-back AL East titles. But Farrell was fired after they failed to advance in the playoffs for the fourth year in a row. The key ' and really only ' addition is Martinez, who gives them someone to replace longtime slugger David Ortiz after finishing last in the AL in homers without Big Papi in 2017. The theory behind Boston keeping up with the reloaded New York Yankees goes something like this: A full season of a healthy Price will bolster a rotation that already has a quality ace in Sale, plus 2016 AL Cy Young Award winner Porcello and All-Stars Pomeranz and Wright. The Red Sox also are staking their chances on the hope that Ramirez can be more like the player he was in 2016 (.286, 30, 111); that Pedroia will return quickly and be healthy and productive; that 20-year-old third baseman Devers will be able to stay up for a full season; and that Bradley won't have another second-half slump. The bullpen, anchored by Kimbrel, remains strong.
Red Sox unleash Price, Sale on Orioles

BOSTON -- Chris Sale and David Price are likely to start for the Red Sox in the first two games of the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees or Oakland Athletics at Fenway Park.

Games 1 and 2 are set for Oct. 5 and 6 and the two left-handers are in line to make those starts -- both chasing the first postseason wins (as starters) of their proud careers.

Club president Dave Dombrowski revealed on MLB Network Radio that Sale will "be scheduled to start (the opener), I don't think it'll surprise anybody, the first day of the postseason. I don't mean to usurp anybody's announcements, but I think it's one of those that have been pretty clear."

Price is a sure bet to start Game 2, especially if it's the Yankees, thus keeping him from pitching at Yankee Stadium, his house of horrors. If Oakland is the opposition, the door would be open to break up the lefties by having Rick Porcello throw in Game 2.

For now, it's all about getting tuned up, and after Tuesday night's game was rained out, Price will start the opener of Wednesday's day/night doubleheader and Sale will work the nightcap.

The Orioles, who have already tied the franchise record for losses in a season, will counter with rookie Ryan Meisinger (2-0, 4.50 ERA) in the opener with the Game 2 starter yet to be determined for the starter-short Orioles, who can't get to Sunday fast enough. Jimmy Yacabonis had been scheduled to start Tuesday.

Price is 2-8 lifetime in the postseason. But both wins came in relief, where the left-hander has done some dynamic work over the years. Sale was 0-2 with an 8.38 ERA in two starts against the Houston Astros in last year's ALDS.

There has been talk -- all from the outside -- of Price again working out of the bullpen, but there was no indication that would happen.

Sale (12-4, 2.00 ERA) is working his way back from two stints on the disabled list from left shoulder inflammation. He has built up from 26 to 42 to 73 pitches, and the hope for this outing in 90-plus.

On Monday night, the Red Sox recorded their franchise-record 106th win and locked up home field advantage throughout the postseason with a 6-2 victory over Baltimore.

Price, who has more trouble pitching in Yankee Stadium than he does anywhere else, suffered his first loss since the All-Star break last time out, allowing three homers in 5 1/3 innings in a loss to the Yankees.

That dropped Price to 5-1 since the break.

Price, 15-7 with a 3.53 ERA overall on the season, is 2-0 against the Orioles in 2018 -- two earned runs, 18 strikeouts in 15 innings -- and 14-5 with a 2.67 in 27 career starts against the Birds.

Sale is 2-0 with a 1.13 ERA in three starts against Baltimore this season, 7-2 with a 2.49 lifetime.

Nathan Eovaldi, in line to start Game 4 of the ALDS, was the winner Monday (10 strikeouts), saying, "I definitely feel like we're the team to beat."

As far as the club breaking a record that was set in 1912, manager Alex Cora said, "It's unreal. You think about the history of the game and the history of this franchise. To be part of this, I can't even explain it. Obviously it's something where we should call time out and enjoy this one."

Monday's loss was Baltimore's 111th, which ties the 1939 St. Louis Browns for the most in franchise history.

Adam Jones, who refused a deal that could have sent him to a contender at the trade deadline, electing to play out his contract with the Orioles, was in left field Monday night -- his first time at the position since Sept. 30, 2007. He was a Seattle Mariner at the time.

"It's coming to an end here. The season ends. My contract ends," said Jones. "I'm an optimistic person. You never know what could happen. You always got to keep your options open."

Yefry Ramirez, in line to start Wednesday's finale, won't make that appearance because of a cut on his hand. The Orioles are hoping to see him pitch before Sunday's season finale.

The Red Sox are 15-2 against the Orioles this season.

Last Updated: 12/14/2019 5:12:37 PM EST

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