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FREE PICK SATURDAY: #972 Baltimore Orioles (Ellis) -110 over Texas Rangers (Lyles) 6:05 PM CT

Chris Ellis is a journeyman starter getting a late season opportunity for the Orioles. In just over 27 MLB innings he has a 2.30 ERA as while the 3rd round pick from 2014 hasn’t put together consistent enough minor league results to earn a big-league spot, he has a ton of pitching experience and has looked ready for the opportunity so far this season. He has not allowed more than three runs in any of his five starts this season and while his walk rate has been high, he has mostly been able to pitch out of jams this season. He has not been highly vulnerable to home runs and the current Texas lineup provides a favorable matchup. Texas is batting just .219 in the past 10 games with only 2.2 runs per nine as last night’s 8-run outburst was unusual. Baltimore did use eight pitchers last night, but all seven relievers threw 18 or fewer pitches as the options should remain solid for Saturday after a tough loss in a game Baltimore led most of the way. Texas is just 23-56 on the road this season and Jordan Lyles has a 5.36 ERA and a 1.44 WHIP as while Ellis is a bit of an unknown quantity, Lyles is established as one of the least impressive starters in the AL this season. Lyles has greatly struggled on the road this season and his ERA is 6.04 since the All-Star break. Texas pitching has a 6.38 ERA in the past 10 games compared to a more respectable 4.52 ERA for the Orioles in that span in this pairing of the two worst AL teams. Baltimore also has much better recent scoring numbers vs. right-handed pitching and on the season the Orioles have averaged 4.7 runs per nine at home. Texas has had three relievers hit the IL in the past two weeks as a tough season continues to get worse and the Rangers had gone nine straight games without topping three runs until last night’s big 9th inning, a fortunate rally that included two walks and two infield singles.