The New York Yankees have dominated the Baltimore Orioles this season and close out a short two-game series at Camden Yards tonight

New York Yankees at Baltimore Orioles

The New York Yankees have won all five meetings with the Baltimore Orioles this year

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Detroit Tigers (Brad Penny, 0-1) at Baltimore Orioles (Chris Tillman, 0-0)
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD
Thursday, April 7, 2011, 7:05 pm Eastern, TV: MLB Network
Opening Money Line: BAL -141 / DET +121
Current Money Line: BAL -130 / DET +120
Opening Run Line: DET +1 1/2 -170 / BAL -1 1/2 +150
Current Run Line: DET +1 1/2 -165 / BAL – 1 1/2 +145
Opening Total: 9 1/2
Current Total: 9 under -115 / 9 under -105

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The Orioles started the Buck Showalter-era with a victory in the series opening game against the Angels.

Los Angeles Angels at Baltimore Orioles

Los Angeles lost for the ninth time in 12 games and could possibly drop below .500 for the first time since June 2.  The game also marked the move of Torii Hunter going from his regular position of center field to right.  “It was different, but I was still in the game in the outfield,” Hunter said.  The Angels have been unable to collect back-to-back victories since June 16-17 and are 7-10 since the All-Star break.  Los Angeles is an even 1-1 this month (-20) and is 33-26 in August the past three years (-420).  The club will be a road favorite of -125 to -150 for just the fourth time this year (1-2, -170), but has excelled in his role the past three seasons, producing a 29-16 record (+620).  Despite the 6-3 loss in the series opener, the team is 10-4 in their last 14 games in Baltimore.

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The Mets are on the verge of doing something for possibly the first time in franchise history.

New York Mets at Baltimore Orioles

New York’s pitching staff dominated Baltimore hitters for a second consecutive night, picking up a 3-1 victory on Saturday night and capturing its first road series win of the season.  The Mets lead the majors with a 2.31 ERA in June, leading the team to an 8-2 record during the month (+540).  The offense is hoping to get a contribution from OF Jason Bay in the series finale, as he’s suffering from a 0-for-16 slump.  It’s hard to imagine that he breaks out this afternoon due to his .152 average (5-for-33) in his last nine games at Camden Yards.  The Mets are 4-1 in interleague play this year (+380) and 109-107 overall against the American League since 1997.

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