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Detroit vs Baltimore: Tigers and Orioles Meet in the Motor City

Detroit vs Baltimore: Tigers and Orioles Meet in the Motor City

Detroit Tigers: Price has been right for most of the season

Despite a number of strong performances, Detroit LHP David (9-2 ERA 2.38) didn’t have a lot to show for his efforts as he was 4-2 after eleven starts during the first two months of the 2015 MLB season. Things have turned around though as Price is 5-0 during his last seven starts and he has allowed just nine earned runs over 50.2 innings pitched. The Tigers have a lot of work ahead as they are 8.5 games behind the red hot Kansas City Royals in the American League Central Division and 3.5 games out of the AL Wild Card race. Cruise with the Motor City Cats in this contest.

Baltimore Orioles: Sinking like a stone in the American League East MLB playoff race

Sitting tied atop the AL East standings with a 41-34 record on June 28, Baltimore has fallen on tough times. The Orioles went on a 3-10 tumble prior to the All-Star break and, with their 7-3 loss to the Tigers last night, they are now five games behind the New York Yankees in the always changing AL East standings. The Orioles are difficult to figure out as their 390 runs for versus 355 runs against should translate to better results. Brilliant during some outings, flat out ugly in others, RHP Chris Tillman (6-7 ERA 5.40) will toe the rubber for Baltimore at Comerica Park tonight.

Orioles vs Tigers MLB Game Day Prediction: Both of these squads are tough to predict on a day to day basis. That said, we get a solid advantage with Price over Tillman in the battle on the bump tonight. Give us Detroit with a 500 unit wager on the money line price posted on the betting board at SportsInteraction. Get in the game at SIA instantly by clicking on the odds image below.

SportsInteraction MLB Betting Lines – Baltimore Orioles vs Detroit Tigers

SportsInteraction MLB Betting Lines - Baltimore Orioles vs Detroit Tigers

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