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Baltimore Orioles vs. San Diego Padres - 6/25/19 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Game
San Diego Padres at Baltimore Orioles
Date & Time Tuesday June 25, 2019, 7:05 PM (EDT)
Location
Oriole Park
Baltimore, Maryland
The Line
Baltimore Orioles +160 / San Diego Padres -170 O/U: 10.5
TV Channel
MAS2 FSSD
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The San Diego Padres and the Baltimore Orioles will meet up to kick off their two-game MLB set on Tuesday.

San Diego is coming off a set against the Pirates. The Padres lost all three of those games (which followed San Diego’s own sweep of the Brewers), falling 2-1, 6-3 and 11-10.

For the Tuesday game, the Padres will be sending out LHP Logan Allen in the start. Across his 7.0 innings and 1-0 record this year, Allen has five Ks and two walks.

Over on the Orioles’ side, they just finished up against the Mariners. Baltimore managed an 8-4 victory on Saturday, but lost the other three games of that set 5-2, 10-9 and 13-3.

For Tuesday’s game, Baltimore is going with Jimmy Yacabonis in the start. Over his 1-1 mark and 4.70 ERA, Yacabonis has logged 16 Ks so far this year.

The Padres are 14-6 in their last 20 after an off day and 5-11 in their last 16 versus the AL East. San Diego is 2-8 in their last 10 road games and 2-6 in their last eight after a loss.

Meanwhile, the Orioles are 19-40 in their last 59 Tuesday games and 14-46 in their last 63 home games. Baltimore is 12-40 in their last 52 overall and 14-40 in their last 54 after an off day.

Allen had a good outing his last time up, which was his first Major League start. He only gave up three hits in the seven scoreless innings and threw 90 pitches.

As for Yacabonis, he’s in the opener role here and once he’s finished Josh Rogers will likely follow up.

This will be a fun matchup, and it’ll be interesting to see what Allen can do. I’m going Padres here.

Pick:
San Diego Padres -170

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