Winning Expert Baseball Picks For Tonight: Houston Astros at Baltimore Orioles.

Written and authored by Major League Baseball Expert Analyst Charlie McDougall. Charliessports.com produces it for Baseball news and notes. The teams will play on Tuesday May 26th, 2015. At 7:05 PM EST.
The (29-17) Houston Astros of the American League West Division will be in the “OLD LINE STATE” for the second of a three-game series. Houston will take on the (20-22) Baltimore Orioles of the American League East in 2015 MLB action. The teams will play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Houston Astros are by far the surprise team in Major League Baseball the first two months of the season. Baltimore has not met expectations this year, but the season is still young. The opening betting line has Baltimore as a -120 home favorite Against The Spread. The betting odds total is nine runs for Tuesday’s game.

The 2015 Houston Astros have won two of their last three baseball game. Houston lost game one in Baltimore 4-3 on May 25th “MEMORIAL DAY”. The Astros are first in the Division, six games in front of the second place Angels. The Astros are 14-8 on the road this season. Second Baseman Jose Altuve is the team leader with a .297 batting average and fifty-five base hits. Third Baseman Luis Valbuena has a team-high ten home runs. Designated Hitter Evan Gattis has a team-leading twenty-eight RBI S. Right Fielder George Springer is the leader with a .347 on-base percentage. Shortstop Jed Lowrie is on the 60-day disabled list with a thumb injury and is expected back after the All-Star Break. The Astros are 16-5 their last twenty-one baseball games as an underdog. Houston is 13-6 their last nineteen away from home. The Astros are also 3-10 their last thirteen between the teams in Baltimore. The Astros begin a seven-game homestand on May 29th against the White Sox. The Houston Astros are only 6-4 their last ten Free MLB ATS Predictions overall, going over the betting odds total four times, staying under the betting odds total five and has a push. The Houston Astros will send the Right Handed Scott Feldman, who is (3-4) with a 5.17 ERA to the pitcher’s mound for the second game of the series. The native of Hawaii threw six innings, giving up ten hits and five runs in his last outing on May 21st, a 6-5 loss in Detroit. Bovada.Lv has the Houston Astros at 8/1 to win the 2015 MLB American League Pennant.

The 2015 Baltimore Orioles have lost two of their last three baseball contests. The Orioles are in a tie for third place in the AL East with Boston, two and a half games out of first place. Baltimore is 15-9 on the “EASTERN SHORE” of Maryland this season. Designated Hitter Jimmy Paredes leads the charge at the plate with a .336 batting average, twenty-five RBI’S, and a .363 on-base percentage. First Baseman Chris Davis has a team-high eight home runs. Center Fielder Adam Jones has fifty-two base hits. The Orioles have a .258 team batting average. Orioles pitching have given up forty-four home runs this season. The Orioles hit the road for seven games on Monday June 1st beginning in Houston. Third Baseman Ryan Flaherty is out with a groin injury. Baltimore is 13-4 their last seventeen baseball games on Tuesday’s. The betting odds under the total are 9-3 Baltimore last twelve at home. The Baltimore Orioles are 6-4 their last ten overall, going over the betting odds total three times and staying under the betting odds total seven. Right Hander Chris Tillman, who is (2-5) with a 6.10 ERA, will be on the hill. The 6’5″ 210 Anaheim, California native threw three innings, giving up one hit and a run his last outing a 5-4 against Seattle on May 21st. The Orioles are 15-5 the last twenty between the teams. The Baltimore Orioles are 18/1 to win the 2015 MLB American League Title.

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