A look at what’s happening around the majors today:
BAKER’S DOZEN IN THE BOOKS
Oakland goes for its 14th consecutive victory when the Athletics take on Baltimore at Camden Yards. Jesús Luzardo (1-1, 5.89 ERA) is on the mound as the A’s look to complete a three-game sweep.
This is the third-longest winning streak in Oakland history. The A’s won 14 straight in 1988 and set a then-American League record with 20 consecutive victories in 2002.
Cleveland broke that mark with 22 straight wins in 2017 — Oakland’s string is the longest in the majors since that Indians run.
The Athletics, who lost their first six games this season, have outscored opponents 83-36 during the winning streak.
John Means (1-0, 1.52) starts for the Orioles after getting an additional two days of rest following seven shutout innings Sunday at Texas in his last outing. Oakland has won nine in a row against Baltimore dating to 2019.
SUNDAY NIGHT SPOTLIGHT
Fernando Tatis Jr. is coming off consecutive two-homer games as the San Diego Padres wrap up their four-game series with the Los Angeles Dodgers in prime time. The NL West rivals have split six entertaining meetings this season.
“It’s the biggest rivalry in baseball,” Tatís said Friday night. “Everybody can feel it. Everybody can see it.”
Tatis hit a leadoff homer and another solo shot off NL Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer during San Diego’s 5-4 loss Saturday night to become the first opposing player with multi-homer games on consecutive nights at Dodger Stadium since San Francisco slugger Barry Bonds in 2002.
Joe Musgrove (2-2, 1.04 ERA) is 0-2 since pitching the first no-hitter in Padres history for his hometown team April 9 at Texas. He had a career-high 13 strikeouts over seven innings Monday in a 3-1 loss to…