First pitch for Thursday's Orioles vs. Yankees matchup is set for 4:05 PM ET from Yankee Stadium in New York, NY. The money line odds have the Yankees as the favorite, with their line sitting at -150 compared to the Orioles at +126. The over/under line is currently at 8.5 runs.

The Orioles are starting Cole Irvin, and they are 48-25 this season, which has them in 2nd place in the AL East. The Yankees will be looking to pick up a win with Luis Gil on the mound, and they are 1st in the AL East with a record of 51-25.

NEW YORK YANKEES VS BALTIMORE ORIOLES BETTING PICK

The Pick: New York Yankees Moneyline -150

This game will be played at Yankee Stadium at 4:05 ET on Thursday, June 20th.

HOW TO BET THE ORIOLES VS YANKEES:

  • We have the Yankees winning by a score of 6 to 5
  • However, if you're looking for a run line pick, we like the Orioles to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 11 runs and like the over

Baltimore rallied for two runs in the 9th inning in the most recent game of this Orioles vs. Yankees series. The Orioles scored one run in the 1st inning but didn't score another run until putting up three in the top of the 9th, picking up a 7-6 win. Heading into the game, the Orioles were at +124 on the money line.

New York wasted a good outing from Gerrit Cole, as he gave up just two earned runs in four innings of work for the Yankees. Clay Holmes took the loss.

Cade Povich only went 4 2/3 innings for the Orioles but gave up just one hit and one earned run. He finished the game with five strikeouts but didn't factor into the decision. Craig Kimbrel got the win out of the bullpen, and Dillon Tate got the save.

Orioles Records & Stats

Baltimore is 48-25 overall this season, and they are 1.5 games behind the Yankees for the AL East lead. The Orioles are 18-7 against other AL East teams this year. So far, they have been good at home, going 25-14, and they have gone 23-11 on the road.

The Orioles have won three straight series, and their overall series record is 16-4-3. As the underdog, the Orioles are 9-5 this year, and they are 7-4 as the road underdog. Baltimore has been good as the favorite, putting up a mark of 39-20 this year.

When the Orioles win, they win big, averaging a run margin of 3.8 runs per game. In their losses, they lose by an average of 2.8 runs per game. Overall, their run line record is 45-28, and they are 23-11 against the run line on the road. As the favorite, they are 34-25 against the run line, while as the underdog, they are 11-3.

The Orioles have played 63 games this season, and the over/under line has been set at 8.5 runs in 20 of them. Their games have averaged 8.7 runs per game, and their over/under record is 36-27. The average over/under line for their games this season is 8 runs.

Cole Irvin gets the start for the Orioles today as he faces the Yankees on the road. He has made 11 starts this season and has a record of 6-3 with a 3.03 ERA. Looking at his overall numbers, Irvin has a WHIP of 1.23 and opponents are batting .264 this season. In his last outing, Irvin took the loss, giving up three earned runs in 5 2/3 innings of work. Before that, he had gone three straight outings without giving up a home run. One of his quality starts came against the Rays, where he went 6 1/3 innings and gave up two earned runs.

Currently, the Orioles are the best offensive team in the MLB, averaging 5.1 runs per game. Not only do they lead the league in home runs, but they also have the top slugging percentage in the league. Baltimore's offense has been especially good at home this season, averaging 5 runs per contest. Overall, they are batting .249 (8th) and have the league's best isolated power figure.

Adley Rutschman and Gunnar Henderson have been the Orioles' top power threats this season, with Rutschman's 14 homers ranking 3rd on the team and Henderson's 22 homers being the best mark in the league. Rutschman is also batting .288 for the season, while Henderson comes in at .273. Anthony Santander has also been a solid power threat, but he is batting just .227 for the season.

Yankees Records & Stats

The Yankees are 51-25 overall, putting them in 1st place in the AL East. Currently, they hold a 1.5-game lead over the Orioles, who are 49-27. New York is 10-11 in division games and have gone 23-11 at home compared to 28-14 on the road.

So far, the Yankees have been really good as the favorite, going 39-20 this year. They are also 22-10 as the favorite at home. New York's overall series record is 17-4-2 this year, and they will look to take the series from the Orioles with a win today. The Yankees are 6-4 over their last 10 games overall.

When it comes to betting the run line, the Yankees have been a solid play this season, going 45-31 overall. They have been especially good on the road, where they are 26-16 against the run line. They have an average run margin of 1.6 runs per game this season, and they have been an underdog just 17 times, going 14-3 against the run line in those games.

Today's over/under line of 8.5 runs is exactly in line with the New York Yankees' combined run average for the season. The Yankees have played 74 games this season, and 23.7% of them have had over/under lines set at 8.5 runs. Their over/under record for the season is 36-38, and when the line has been set at 8.5 runs, they have gone 17-13.

New York is starting right-hander Luis Gil today vs. the Orioles, and he comes into the game with a record of 9-1 and an ERA of 2.02. So far, he has made 14 starts, and opponents are batting just .138 off Gil this year. In his 14 appearances, he has turned in seven quality starts and is averaging 10.8 strikeouts per nine innings. Gil's last outing came vs. the Red Sox, where he picked up the win, going five innings and giving up one earned run. Before that, he had not allowed an earned run in three straight starts.

One of the best offenses in the league, the Yankees are averaging 5.1 runs per game and have been even better on the road, averaging 5.3 runs per contest. They are near the top of the league in home runs and have the 2nd best on-base percentage and OPS in the league. New York also has the top two home run hitters in the league, with Aaron Judge leading the way with 26 homers and Giancarlo Stanton right behind him with 18.

Giancarlo Stanton has been swinging a hot bat of late, going 9/24 (.375) over his last six games with two homers and seven RBIs. He also comes into the game on a seven-game hitting streak. Anthony Volpe has also been swinging a good bat, as he is batting .272 for the season and has gone deep six times.