The Texas Rangers (30-17) and Seattle Mariners (20-27) will open up a three-game American League West series Friday night at Safeco Field, with the first pitch scheduled for 10:10 p.m. ET.
Texas Rangers vs. Seattle Mariners
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The Baltimore Orioles (1-2) and New York Yankees (2-1) will continue their 2012 American League Division Series on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:37 ET on TBS
Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees
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The Arizona Diamondbacks (58-58) and St. Louis Cardinals (63-53) will continue a three-game National League series on Wednesday night at Busch Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 8:15 ET
Arizona Diamondbacks at St. Louis Cardinals
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The Arizona Diamondbacks (55-51) and Philadelphia Phillies (47-59) will continue a three-game National League series on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05 ET
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Philadelphia Phillies
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Game 1 of this series was a classic pitching duel, but tonight’s contest may light up the scoreboard.
Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers
Los Angeles fell to 1-2 on its current six-game road trip after dropping a 3-2 contest to the AL West-leading Texas Rangers on Thursday night in Arlington. “Each game with these guys is important,” last night’s starting pitcher Jered Weaver said. “Six back is not where we want to be.” The Angels are 4-3 since the All-Star break, but 7-11 this month (-480). An important trend to pay attention to this weekend is the Halos propensity to perform at a high level over the weekend. Los Angeles is 28-17 in games played from Friday-Sunday this season compared to 23-29 the rest of the week. The team will find itself a +175 to +200 road underdog for just the third time in three years, posting a 1-2 mark (-20) with the total being 2-1 O/U in those games.
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The Angels return home after a successful 11-3 road trip and continue interleague play against the visiting Brewers.
Milwaukee Brewers at Los Angeles Angels
Milwaukee continues its 15-game interleague schedule tonight with the first of three games at Los Angeles. The Brewers are 86-104 all-time during interleague play, including 2-4 this season (-180) and 5-10 last season. Tonight’s contest is the Brewers’ first game against the Angels since the team took two of three games in Anaheim in 2004. The club managed to post an even 3-3 record on its recent homestand despite managing just a .125 (6-for-48) batting average with runners in scoring position. One player that has carried the offense is outfielder Corey Hart, hitting 14 home runs in his last 28 games, tops in the majors over that span. The Brewers bullpen has been much better of late, posting a 2.96 ERA over its last eight games.
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Two of MLB’s best daytime clubs faceoff on Thursday afternoon at the Oakland Coliseum.
Los Angeles Angels at Oakland Athletics
Los Angeles started a new winning streak on Wednesday night, picking up a 7-1 road victory over the Oakland Athletics. Since May 14th, the Angels lead the American League with an 18-8 record, winning nine of the last 11 contests. Tonight the Angels play the 11th game (8-2) of a season-long 14-game, 14-day road trip to Kansas City (3-1), Seattle (3-0), Oakland (2-1) and Los Angeles. Through the first nine games of the trip, the Halos have outscored opponents by a 61-33 margin. The team moved its record to 7-2 to open the month (+480) and is a dominating 57-29 in June since the 2007 season. In the Angels five victories over Oakland this season, they have outscored the Athletics 35-9.
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