In an MLB matchup at Tropicana Field on Saturday, the Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays square off. The first game of this series was successfully won by the Rays, 5-4.
The Orioles enter this game with an overall record of 45-45. Prior to their loss on Friday, they had won 10 straight games. They came close to pulling off the comeback late, but they were unable. This year, the Orioles’ pitching has been their strength, and they are allowing just 4.17 runs per game. This season, Anthony Santander has hit 15 home runs and knocked in 46 runs.
The Rays, who are on the opposing side of this battle, have won five straight games and have an overall record of 50-40. The overall records for the last two games were each 5-4. The pitching staff for the Rays has been excellent this year, allowing just 3.87 runs per game, which ranks sixth best in the league. As of this point in the season, Randy Arozarena has 40 RBIs and 10 home homers.
Ryan Yarbough, a pitcher for the Rays, is currently on the mound and has a record of 0-5 with an ERA of 5.82. He pitched 5.1 innings and allowed eight hits and four runs in his most recent start against the Toronto Blue Jays.
With a 3-1 record and a 2.15 ERA, the Orioles send Dean Kremer to the mound. He pitched five innings in his most recent start against the Los Angeles Angels, surrendering just two hits and no runs.
In their last seven games played on Astroturf, the Rays are 7-0. In the Orioles’ last four games played on Astroturf, the over is 4-0. In the Rays’ last six games, the over is 5-1.
The Orioles suffered a defeat on Friday night, but they will recover here. With an ERA of 2.15 this season and zero runs allowed in his most recent start, Kremer has been brilliant.
Free Pick: Tampa Bay Rays