Cleveland vs Baltimore by Sors
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Carrasco had some problems at the end of April and the beginning of May, but the right-hander pitched well in his last three starts, allowing 14 hits and 4 runs, while striking out twenty three over twenty one innings against the Reds (7-3), the Rangers (12-3) and the Kansas City Royals last Tuesday (2-1).
Carrasco, who lasted at least seven innings in his last two starts, went 1-1 with a 1.80 ERA in two starts and a relief appearance against the Orioles.He tossed seven scoreless innings and struck out five in his previous home start versus Baltimore on Aug. 16, 2014 (6-0).
Caleb Joseph is 1-for-2 against him, Delmon Young is 2-for-6, while J.J. Hardy is 2-for-8, but Adam Jones, Chris Davis, Travis Snider and Matt Wieters are a combined 0-for-14.
The Orioles will send to the mound Bud Norris (1-4 with a 9.88 ERA), who will make his first start since May 10.
Norris threw four scoreless innings for Triple-A Norfolk last Wednesday, but went 2-4 with a 6.52 ERA in his last eight road contests and gave up 4 runs on 6 hits, with three walks over six innings in his last starts versus Cleveland on May 23, 2014 (8-4).
Jason Kipnis is 1-for-3, with a homer against Norris, Lonnie Chisenhall is hitting .600 with 1 RBI against him, Brandon Moss is 3-for-11, with a homer and a walk, while Michael Brantley is 3-for-6.
I think that Cleveland will manage to win the final game of this series with more than one run difference.
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|Cleveland - 1.50||Pinnacle||2.17||8||3-7 LOST (-8 units)|
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