Tommy Milone continues to be a different pitcher on the road than at home.
He'll try to reverse his road woes Monday night for the Oakland Athletics in the opener of a three-game set against the Seattle Mariners.
Milone (7-5, 4.13 ERA) owns the majors' second-best home ERA at 0.99, but his 7.42 mark on the road is baseball's third-worst. Opponents are hitting .169 off Milone at home and .317 outside of Oakland.
The left-hander was brilliant in his last outing with a three-hitter Wednesday in a 4-1 home victory over the Dodgers. It marked his first career complete game and the first by a rookie in the majors this season.
Milone admitted afterward that he's far more comfortable at the O.co Coliseum.
"It's definitely a lot easier to pitch here just because you can leave a ball over the plate and they hit a good fly ball like they did at times tonight and there's a bunch of room so our guys can track it down," he said.
Milone's lone outing against Seattle (31-43) came at Safeco Fi...