Indians Vs. Orioles: Cleveland, Baltimore Resume Weekend Series At Camden Yards

After splitting the first two games of their four-game weekend series, the Cleveland Indians and Baltimore Orioles resume their series on Saturday afternoon.

The Orioles broke out offensively in their 9-8 win on Friday night with their run total equaling the combined number of runs they scored while going 1-4 in their five previous games. The Indians look to slow down the Baltimore offense again with right-hander Josh Tomlin (3-5, 5.70 ERA) scheduled to start. Tomlin has been up and down in his starts of late, so he should be due for a solid outing after taking a loss and getting knocked out in the third inning of his last start against the New York Yankees.

The Orioles will send left-hander Dana Eveland (0-0, 3.00 ERA) to the mound for a rare start. Eveland has made ten appearances out of the bullpen for Baltimore since his last start on May 11th.

The game is scheduled to start at 4:05 p.m. ET and will be televised on SportsTime Ohio.

For more on the Indians, head over to Let's Go Tribe. For more on the Orioles, visit Camden Chat. And for more MLB news and analysis, be sure to check out Baseball Nation.

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