There does appear to be a chance of rain in Baltimore on Wednesday, where the Orioles and Blue Jays will face off at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. First pitch is set for 12:35 PM ET. MLBN is carrying this game on TV.

The Orioles are the favorites on the money line (-135), while the Blue Jays have a line of +110. The over/under line is currently at 8.5 runs. Kyle Bradish is starting for the Orioles, and he is facing off against a Blue Jays club that is 5th in the AL East. Toronto is 19-22 overall.


The Pick: Baltimore Orioles Moneyline -135

This game will be played at Oriole Park at Camden Yards at 12:35 ET on Wednesday, May 15th.


  • We have the Orioles winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • However, if you're looking for a run line pick, we like the Blue Jays to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the over

Toronto picked up a 3-2 win over the Orioles in the most recent game of this series. The Blue Jays had to rally late, scoring one run in the 6th and another in the 8th to tie the game. As for the Orioles, they scored their only two runs in the 4th. Heading into the game, the Blue Jays were at +150 on the money line.

Jose Berrios got the start for the Blue Jays, going seven innings and giving up two earned runs. He finished the game with just four strikeouts but induced 14 ground ball outs. Jordan Romano got the win out of the bullpen, and Jacob Webb took the loss for the Orioles.

At the plate, Toronto was led by Daulton Varsho, Bo Bichette, and Ernie Clement, as they were the only three Blue Jays hitters to have more than one hit. Varsho and Bichette each homered, while Clement scored twice and drove in a run while going 2/4.

Blue Jays Records & Stats

The Blue Jays are 19-22 overall and trail the Yankees by eight games in the AL East. Currently, they are 5th in the division and have gone 6-5 in divisional matchups. Toronto is coming off a series loss to the Rays but did win the final game of the series.

So far, the Blue Jays have been good as the favorite, going 14-10, and they are 5-12 as the underdog. At home, they are an even 9-9 compared to 10-13 on the road. Toronto has won two straight games on the road and have an overall series record of 4-7-2 this year.

When the Blue Jays are on the road, they have a run line record of 11-12, with an average run margin of -1.1 runs per game. They have covered the run line in two straight games and are 12-12 against the run line as the favorite. In their wins, they are outscoring opponents by an average of 2.7 runs per game, while in their losses, they are being outscored by an average of 4.5 runs per game.

The Blue Jays have played 40 games this season, with the over/under line set at 8.5 runs in 15% of their games. Their games have averaged 8.4 runs per game, and their over/under record is 17-23. They have gone under the over/under line in two straight games, and their games have had an average over/under line of 8 runs.

Right-hander Chris Bassitt gets the start for the Blue Jays today as he faces the Orioles on the road. He has made eight starts this season and has a record of 3-5 with an ERA of 5.06. Bassitt's WHIP for the season is 1.55, and opponents are batting .272 off him this year. In his last outing, Bassitt pitched well, going 6 1/3 innings and giving up just two earned runs. He got the win in that start. Before that, he had lost three straight starts. Bassitt's ERA at home is 7.72 compared to 5.43 on the road.

Over the Blue Jays' last eight games, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has been on fire, going 14/31 (.452) with five runs and eight RBIs. This has pushed his season-long batting average to .276, and he is currently 2nd on the team with four homers. Danny Jansen has also been swinging a hot bat of late, going 8/21 in his last seven games.

Bo Bichette and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. are both on five-game hitting streaks heading into the game. Bichette has gone 9/31 over the Blue Jays' last eight games, while Guerrero Jr. has gone 14/31 in that stretch. As a team, the Blue Jays are 28th in the league in runs scored, averaging just 3.7 runs per game.

Orioles Records & Stats

The Orioles are 26-14 overall and trail the Yankees by a half-game for the AL East lead. This season, they have gone 6-2 in divisional games, but they have dropped two straight games, losing the series opener vs. the Blue Jays. Baltimore's overall record includes a 14-9 mark at home and an impressive 12-5 mark on the road.

As the favorite, the Orioles are 19-13 this season and 7-1 as the underdog. So far, they have an overall series record of 9-3-1. Baltimore has been playing well of late, going 7-3 over their last ten games.

When the Orioles are favored at home, they have lost three straight against the run line. Their run line record at home is 12-11, and their average run margin in winning games is 3.7 runs.

When the Orioles and Blue Jays met on Monday, the combined run total was 5, which was well below the over/under line of 7.5 runs. The Orioles have had 9 of their 27 games this season with an over/under line of 8.5 runs, and the over has hit in 7 of those games. Overall, the Orioles' games have averaged 8.8 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 20-17.

Kyle Bradish will be making his third start of the season for the Orioles, and it will be his second straight at home. In his first start of the year, Bradish went 4 2/3 innings against the Yankees, giving up just 1 earned run. He followed that up with a 5-inning outing vs. the Nationals, where he struck out 9 batters.

So far this season, the Orioles have been the league's top power-hitting team, leading the league in home runs and also having the league's top isolated power number. As a team, they are 4th in the league in runs scored (5 RPG) and have been even better on the road, averaging 5.2 runs per contest. Baltimore's team batting average of .243 is 10th in the league, and they have the league's 2nd best slugging percentage.

Adley Rutschman has been swinging a hot bat of late, going 13/43 in his last 10 games with four homers. For the season, he is batting .309 with eight home runs. Jordan Westburg and Gunnar Henderson have also been big power threats for the Orioles, with Westburg leading the team with 27 RBIs and Henderson also having 27 RBIs to go along with 12 homers.