Monday's matchup between the Orioles and Rays is set for 6:50 PM ET from Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL. The Orioles are currently on a three-game winning streak and are 42-22 overall, which has them in 2nd place in the AL East. The Rays are 5th in the AL East with a record of 31-34 and they will be looking to end a three-game losing streak.

Baltimore is currently favored on the money line, and the odds have them at -153 compared to the Rays at +130. Monday's over/under line is sitting at 7.5 runs, and the game can be seen on FS1.


The Pick: Tampa Bay Rays Moneyline +130

This game will be played at Tropicana Field at 6:50 ET on Monday, June 10th.


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

Baltimore cruised to a 9-2 win over the Rays in the most recent game of this series. The Orioles had a huge 8th inning, scoring four of their nine runs. As for the Rays, they scored their only two runs in the 7th. Heading into the game, the Orioles were favored at -144 on the money line.

Grayson Rodriguez got the win for the Orioles, going just 5 2/3 innings but giving up just two hits and two earned runs. Zack Littell had a rough outing for the Rays, taking the loss after going six innings and giving up three earned runs on seven hits.

Baltimore's offense was led by Adley Rutschman and Jordan Westburg, as they were the only two Orioles hitters to have more than one hit. Rutschman, Anthony Santander, and Colton Cowser each homered for the Orioles.

Orioles Records & Stats

The Orioles are 42-22 overall this season, and they are 2.5 games behind the Yankees for the AL East lead. Baltimore has won three straight games, and they have gone 7-3 across their last ten. In the AL East, they have been really good, putting together a record of 16-6 against other teams in the division.

So far, the Orioles have been really good as the favorite, going 35-18, and they are 7-4 as the underdog. They have been equally as good at home and on the road this year, as they are 21-12 at home and 21-10 on the road. Baltimore's three-game road winning streak has them at 15-7 as the road favorite this season.

When the Orioles are on the road, they are a good bet to cover the run line. They are 21-10 against the run line on the road this season and have covered in 11 straight games. They are 9-2 against the run line as an underdog and 30-23 as the favorite.

When the Orioles are on the road this season, the over/under line has been set at 7.5 runs in 7 of their 57 games (12.3%). The over/under record in those games is 4-3, and the combined run average in those games has been 8.8 runs per game. For the season, the Orioles have a 33-24 over/under record, and the average over/under line in their games has been set at 8 runs.

Corbin Burnes has been pitching well for the Orioles this season, coming into the game with a record of 6-2 and an ERA of 2.26. He has made 13 starts, and opponents are batting .190 off the right-hander this season. Burnes' last outing came against the Blue Jays, where he picked up the win, going seven innings and giving up just one earned run. Looking back over his last four outings, Burnes has given up just one earned run in three of them. The only exception was an outing in which he gave up three earned runs. Burnes has allowed a total of seven home runs this season.

Adley Rutschman and Gunnar Henderson have been the Orioles' top power threats this season, with Rutschman batting .306 with 13 homers and Henderson hitting 20 homers while batting .267. Rutschman has also been swinging a hot bat of late, going 7/22 with three homers over his last five games. Anthony Santander has also gone deep three times in this stretch, but he is batting just .227 for the season.

As a team, the Orioles are the top-scoring offense in the league, averaging 5.2 runs per game. They have also been the league's best home run hitting team and have the top slugging percentage in the league. Overall, they are batting .249 and have the league's best isolated power figure.

Rays Records & Stats

The Rays are looking to snap a three-game losing streak today vs. the Orioles, and they are hoping to pick up a win at home, where they are 17-21 this season. Overall, the Rays are 31-34, putting them 5th in the AL East. Currently, they trail the Yankees by 14 games in the division.

As the underdog, the Rays are 3-3 in their last six games, and they are 11-15 as the underdog overall. Tampa Bay is also 4-8 as the home underdog this year. The Rays' overall series record is 9-9-2, and they are 5-5 in their last ten games overall.

When the Rays are favored, they are a team to avoid on the run line, as they are just 13-26. Their overall run line record is 26-39, with a losing mark at home (11-27) and a winning mark on the road (15-12). They have been a good bet to cover on the run line as the underdog, going 13-13.

The Tampa Bay Rays are playing at home against the Baltimore Orioles today. The over/under line for the game is set at 7.5 runs. The combined run average for Rays games this season is 8.7 runs per game. Overall, the over/under record for Rays games this season is 34-30, and their average over/under line is set at 8 runs per game. When the over/under line is set at 7.5 runs, the over/under record for Rays games is 12-5. This season, 70.8% of Rays games have had over/under lines set higher than 7.5 runs, while only 3.1% of their games have had lower lines.

Ryan Pepiot gets the start for the Rays today and is facing the Orioles at home. He has made 10 starts this season and has a record of 4-2 with an ERA of 3.96. Pepiot's WHIP for the season is currently .95, and opponents are batting .181 off the right-hander this year. In his last outing, Pepiot picked up the win, going six innings and giving up three earned runs on six hits. Before that, he had three straight outings in which he gave up three earned runs. Pepiot has made five quality starts this year. Per nine innings, he is averaging 10.15 strikeouts and 2.75 walks.

Heading into today's game, the Rays are averaging just 3.9 runs per game, which is 26th in the league. They have been even worse at home, averaging just 3.8 runs per game. As a team, they are batting just .233 and are dead last in the league in home runs. However, they do have a good team BABIP of .29. Isaac Paredes has been a bright spot for the Rays this season, as he is batting .288 with 10 homers and 37 RBIs.

Over his last nine games, Jose Siri is hitting .300 with three homers and eight RBIs. This has helped him move into the team's home run lead over Randy Arozarena, who is batting just .179 for the season. Arozarena does have eight homers, which is 2nd on the team.