The Cleveland Guardians (74-82) are favored on the moneyline (-117) in Sunday’s contest against the Baltimore Orioles (96-59). First pitch is at 1:40 PM ET on BSGL. The Orioles, with +158 odds, are favored against the spread (1.5).
Cleveland’s Triston McKenzie gets the start, and he’ll go against Baltimore’s Kyle Gibson.
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Guardians and Orioles Betting Trends
The Guardians have been the moneyline favorite 74 total times this season. They’ve finished 38-36 in those games.
When it has played as moneyline favorites with odds of -117 or shorter, Cleveland has a record of 33-33 (50%).
This season, the Orioles have been the underdog 75 times and won 43, or 57.3%, of those games.
Baltimore has a record of 38-25, a 60.3% win rate, when it’s set as an underdog of -102 or more by oddsmakers this season.
The Guardians have had an over/under set by oddsmakers 154 times, and have combined with opponents to go over the total in 66 of those games (66-86-2).
Games involving the Orioles have gone over the total set by bookmakers in 79 of 155 chances this season.
Guardians Stats & Insights
The Guardians have the No. 27 offense in MLB play scoring 4.1 runs per game (641 total runs).
Cleveland has hit 118 home runs this season, the lowest total in MLB play.
The Guardians’ .249 batting average ranks 15th in MLB.
Cleveland’s batters strike out seven times per game, the second-fewest strikeouts in MLB.
The 8.2 strikeouts per nine innings compiled by the Guardians pitching staff ranks 25th in the majors.
Cleveland has the seventh-ranked team ERA across all MLB pitching staffs (3.95).
Orioles Stats & Insights
The Orioles are among the highest scoring teams in the majors, ranking sixth with 788 total runs this season.
Baltimore ranks 16th in Major League Baseball with 180 home runs.
The Orioles have a team batting average of .257 this season, which ranks seventh among MLB teams.
Baltimore ranks 13th in MLB in strikeouts per game with an average of 8.4 Ks per contest.
The Orioles have an 8.9 K/9 this season as a pitching staff, which ranks 14th in the majors.
Baltimore has the 10th-best ERA (4.02) in the majors this season.
Guardians Key Players to Watch
The Guardians will look to McKenzie (0-1) in his third start of the season.
Jose Ramirez is batting .276 this season with 24 home runs, both best among Cleveland hitters.
Steven Kwan has 168 hits and an OBP of .346 to go with a slugging percentage of .378 this season.
Josh Naylor leads Cleveland in runs batted in (95) this season. He has a .312 batting average and a .499 slugging percentage.
Andres Gimenez has collected 136 hits this season and has an OBP of .315. He’s slugging .397 on the year.
Orioles Key Players to Watch
The Orioles will send Gibson (14-9) to the mound for his 32nd start this season.
Adley Rutschman is batting .274 with 29 doubles, a triple, 19 home runs and 86 walks.
Gunnar Henderson has put his power on display as he leads his team with 27 home runs.
Anthony Santander leads the Orioles in home runs (27) and runs batted in (91).
Austin Hays is batting .276 to lead his team.
Guardians and Orioles Injuries
Guardians: Tanner Bibee: 15 Day IL (Hip), Logan Allen: 15 Day IL (Shoulder), Triston McKenzie: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Bo Naylor: day-to-day (Thumb)
Orioles: Ryan Mountcastle: 10 Day IL (Shoulder), Felix Bautista: 15 Day IL (Arm), Keegan Akin: 60 Day IL (Back), Terrin Vavra: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Dillon Tate: 60 Day IL (Elbow)