Angels vs. Orioles prediction and odds for Tuesday, May 16 (Dean Kremer turning things around?)
By Peter Dewey
The Baltimore Orioles have been one of the better home teams in baseball all season, and they’re looking to keep that going on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Angels.
Dean Kremer (4-1, 4.97 ERA) has looked great in the month of May, and he’ll make his third start of the month for the O’s against Los Angeles’ Chase Silseth (0-0, 3.24 ERA).
The O’s are slight favorites in this game, but are they the bet to make?
Let’s dive into the odds and my best bet for this game:
Angels vs. Orioles odds, run line and total
Angels vs. Orioles prediction and pick
After a brutal first month of the season, Kremer has allowed just one earned run through two starts in May. The Orioles have been successful when he’s on the mound this season, going 5-3 in his eight starts.
Kremer is one of the pitchers I’m willing to buy low on, as he was great last season, posting a 3.23 ERA.
The Angels are going to rely heavily on their bullpen in this game, as this is Silseth’s first start as an opener this season.
The O’s entered this series with a 13-6 record at Camden Yards, so I like them to hold off the Angels with a lesser pitcher on the mound after seeing Shohei Ohtani on Monday night.
At -135, the Orioles are a bargain if Kremer keeps pitching as well as he has so far this month.
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