Tigers Vs Orioles: MLB Betting Odds, Trends & Stats – May 15, 2022

Written By Staff on May 14, 2022

The Detroit Tigers (11-23) will look to sweep a three-game series against the Baltimore Orioles (14-20). The series finale begins at 1:40 PM ET on Sunday. Tarik Skubal starts for Detroit (-143 to win) while Baltimore (+122) will counter with Tyler Wells.

The betting insights in the article below use the latest odds as of May 15, 2022 at 1:25 PM ET.

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Tigers vs Orioles Betting Odds

Pitching Matchup

Skubal (DET) Pitcher Wells (BAL)
2 – 2 W/L 1 – 2
33.2 IP 24.0
2.41 ERA 3.75
1.099 WHIP 1.125
9.1 K/9 6.4
1.6 BB/9 1.5

Tigers Probable Starter Tarik Skubal

  • Skubal gets the start for the Tigers, his seventh of the season. He is 2-2 with a 2.41 ERA and 34 strikeouts in 33 2/3 innings pitched.
  • The lefty last pitched on Tuesday against the Oakland Athletics, when he threw 7 2/3 scoreless innings while giving up three hits.
  • The 25-year-old has put up an ERA of 2.41, with 9.1 strikeouts per nine innings, in six games this season.
  • Skubal is looking for his third quality start in a row.
  • The opposing Orioles offense has the 26th-ranked slugging percentage (.348) and is 25th in MLB play with 24 home runs. It has a collective .231 batting average, and is 14th in MLB with 262 total hits and 28th in MLB play scoring 113 runs.

Starting pitcher projections reflect team information as of May 15, 2022 at 1:25 PM ET and may change up to the start of game.

Orioles Probable Starter Tyler Wells

  • The Orioles will send Wells (1-2) to the mound for his seventh start this season.
  • The right-hander last pitched on Monday, when he gave up one earned run and allowed five hits in 6 2/3 innings against the Kansas City Royals.
  • The 27-year-old has pitched in six games this season with an ERA of 3.75, a 4.25 strikeout to walk ratio and a WHIP of 1.125.
  • He has one quality starts in six chances this season.
  • The Tigers are batting .220 this season, 26th in MLB. They have a team slugging percentage of .309 (30th in the league) with 15 home runs.

Starting pitcher projections reflect team information as of May 15, 2022 at 1:25 PM ET and may change up to the start of game.

Tigers Betting Trends

  • The Tigers have gone 4-7 in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 36.4% of those games).
  • Detroit is 3-1 (winning 75% of its games) when playing as a moneyline favorite of -143 or shorter.
  • The implied moneyline probablility for this matchup gives the Tigers a 58.8% chance to win.
  • Detroit has played in 34 games with an over/under set, and has combined with their opponents to go over the total 10 times (10-23-1).
  • The Tigers have a 15-19-0 record ATS this season (covering 44.1% of the time).
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Orioles Betting Trends

  • This season, the Orioles have been the underdog 32 times and won 12, or 37.5%, of those games.
  • Baltimore has a record of 9-15, a 37.5% win rate, when they’re set as an underdog of +122 or more by bookmakers this season.
  • The moneyline for this contest implies a 45% chance of a victory for the Orioles.
  • Baltimore’s games have gone over the total in 11 of their 34 chances.
  • The Orioles are 19-15-0 against the spread this season.

Tigers Players to Watch

  • Austin Meadows has put up an on-base percentage of .365, a team-high for the Tigers. He’s batting .270 with four doubles, two triples and 12 walks.
  • Among qualified hitters, Meadows ranks 53rd in batting average, while his on-base percentage ranks 32nd and he is 119th in slugging.
  • Jeimer Candelario has six doubles, a triple, two home runs and seven walks while batting .200.
  • Among qualified batters, Candelario ranks 144th in batting average, 157th in on-base percentage, and 136th in slugging.
  • Miguel Cabrera has 31 hits with a .393 slugging percentage, both team-high numbers for the Tigers. He’s batting .290 with five doubles, two home runs and eight walks.
  • Cabrera takes a five-game hitting streak into this matchup. In his last five games he is hitting .474 with two doubles, a home run, a walk and three RBI.
  • Javier Baez has five doubles, two home runs and five walks while hitting .214.

Tigers Batting Stats (2022)

Player AB AVG R HR RBI OBP OPS
Jonathan Schoop 123 .154 9 2 6 .194 .430
Jeimer Candelario 120 .200 13 2 11 .250 .567
Miguel Cabrera 107 .290 9 2 12 .342 .735
Robbie Grossman 101 .208 10 0 10 .339 .587
Austin Meadows 100 .270 9 0 11 .365 .715
Javier Báez 98 .214 7 2 11 .252 .579
Spencer Torkelson 95 .158 7 3 9 .279 .542
Tucker Barnhart 70 .271 3 0 3 .320 .634
Harold Castro 53 .283 6 0 3 .304 .644
Eric Haase 52 .173 4 2 4 .246 .554

Orioles Players to Watch

  • Cedric Mullins leads Baltimore with 37 hits and a team-best slugging percentage of .449.
  • Mullins ranks 56th in batting average, 76th in on-base percentage and 47th in slugging percentage among all hitters in MLB.
  • Austin Hays is slugging .444 while driving in 12 runs and batting .291 this season.
  • Among all qualifying hitters, Hays ranks 30th in batting average, 35th in on-base percentage and 54th in slugging percentage.
  • Anthony Santander leads Baltimore with an OBP of .365 this season while batting .232 with 19 walks and 13 runs scored.
  • Trey Mancini has been key for Baltimore with 34 hits, an OBP of .344 plus a slugging percentage of .373.

Orioles Batting Stats (2022)

Player AB AVG R HR RBI OBP OPS
Cedric Mullins 138 .268 19 5 15 .331 .780
Trey Mancini 118 .288 10 2 12 .344 .717
Austin Hays 117 .291 12 3 12 .364 .808
Anthony Santander 112 .232 13 4 14 .365 .731
Jorge Mateo 111 .243 12 2 8 .282 .660
Ramón Urías 94 .213 7 1 7 .248 .546
Rougned Odor 90 .189 9 1 9 .237 .548
Robinson Chirinos 63 .143 2 0 4 .280 .470
Anthony Bemboom 45 .133 4 1 1 .235 .479
Tyler Nevin 37 .162 4 1 5 .295 .538

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