The Chicago Cubs (11-21) and Chicago White Sox (18-17) will continue a MLB interleague series Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field, with the first pitch scheduled for 8:10 p.m. ET.
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The Baltimore Orioles (39-27) and New York Mets (35-32) will open up a three-game interleague series on Monday night at Citi Field, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:10 ET
Baltimore Orioles at New York Mets
The Boston Red Sox (21-22) and Baltimore Orioles (28-16) will close out a three-game American League East series on Wednesday afternoon at Camden Yards, with the first pitch scheduled for 12:35 p.m. ET
The Baltimore Orioles (15-9) and New York Yankees (13-10) will complete a three-game American League East series on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05 ET on ESPN
The Baltimore Orioles get set to play their home opener on Monday after picking up a three-game road sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays to begin the season.
Detroit Tigers at Baltimore Orioles
It seems like there is no escaping the Stephen Strasburg hype. The guy has been eating hitters alive in the minor leagues (three straight scoreless outings), and any day now I expect his first major league start, likely June 4, to be named a national holiday. There is so much attention and hype surrounding Strasburg that there is absolutely no chance of betting value in his debut – or likely all year for that matter. Despite the absence of opportunities with him, young pitchers making their major league debuts can provide very attractive value to people who have been paying attention and who realize what the pitchers are capable of and what they have been doing in the minors. Here’s a look at five guys who aren’t as hyped as Strasburg, or even as much as Cincinnati prospect and recent Cuban defector Aroldis Chapman, but who we should see playing with the big boys in the not-so-distant future.