At Yankee Stadium, the New York Yankees will play the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday, and they are both 11-6 right now. This game has odds of +185 for Baltimore and -225 for New York, so Baltimore will win.
The Orioles have 25 doubles and have hit eight balls out of the park. .301: Baltimore has 169 hits and 64 walks on their record. When the Baltimore Orioles play, they score 3.1 runs per game, which puts them 28th in the league. If they keep going like this for the rest of the season, they’ll be at the top of the league with 120 hits and 51 runs scored. Their on-base percentage as a team is 302. They’ve scored 52 runs and have a 0.302 team on-base percentage so far.
The Orioles’ pitchers have faced batters with runners on base 20 times and have made 28 appearances in high-leverage situations, which is how many times they have pitched in these situations. The relievers have a total of 9 saves this season, which is a lot (17th in the league). Their save percentage is 80.0 percent, and they’ve made 14 saves in 14 chances. This season, they have made 4 saves and failed to make one of their 5 save chances. This is the same as last year. For the season, bullpen pitchers have given up 34 base runners, and 38.2% of those runners have scored. They have used 65 relievers this season.
During their 1,323 innings on the field, the Orioles have made outs on 69.3% of balls that were hit into play. This ranks them 23rd in the league. They have made 441 putouts, 169 assists, and 14 errors so far this season. They have a fielding percentage of.978, which is 28th in the major leagues, and they have made 18 double plays so far this season.
A batting average of.242 and a percentage of on-base hits for the New York Yankees this season make them one of the best teams in baseball. They have been called out 149 times (16th in the MLB) and have 136 base hits. They’ve hit 22 home runs and scored 66 times so far this season. New York has a.409 SLG percentage and scores 4.12 runs per game (14th in baseball). They’ve walked 57 times, hit 26 two-run home runs, and scored 70 runs.
At 2.86, their ERA as a team is giving up 52 runs this season (49 earned runs relinquished). For the last nine innings, they have given up 13 home runs and 3.04 runs per nine innings (4th in the league). Their WHIP is 1.141, and their FIP is 3.29. It is 2.83 strikeouts for every walk. In this case, 167 strikeouts and 59 walks were made. With 117 hits given up, they are fourth in MLB as a team.
In nine chances for saves, New York has used relief pitchers to take the mound, and they have made six saves. 67 bullpen relievers have pitched this season. They are 17th in the league with a save rate of 66.7 percent, which is good enough for them to be 17th in the league. Relief pitchers have come in for them 29 times and with runners on the base on 25 of those chances. Bullpen pitchers in New York are only able to score 24.4 percent of the time when they get a base runner. Holds: The Yankees have 16 in 26 chances to save, but three of them didn’t work out.
They have made 11 double plays this season and have a fielding percentage of.994 (3rd in MLB). As a team, the Yankees have 159 assists, 4 errors, and 464 putouts this season. This is the same number as last year. In 1,392 innings on the field, the Yankees played well 72.6 percent of the time (5th in professional baseball).
Pick: Take Baltimore (+185)