Rays right-hander Chris Archer (5-4, 3.75) awaits the Baltimore Orioles as they travel to Tampa Bay looking to put an end to their recent road funk.
A three-RBI night by Austin Jackson gave Indians starter Mike Clevinger just enough cushion to go a solid five innings, as the Indians secured a series victory with a 6-3 win over the Orioles on Thursday night at Camden Yards.
The Orioles faithful rose with the crack of the bat, suddenly intoxicated by the possibility of slugger Mark Trumbo’s follow through. Perhaps this night would be different, and Baltimore would not wilt due to poor pitching. Perhaps Trumbo’s second-inning swat would carry and carry and settle into the left-field seats.
Manny Machado shares what it means to him to play for the Orioles and give back to the community in Baltimore.
Toronto’s new-look lineup put up six runs in the first inning, and the Blue Jays weathered a steady Texas rally to beat the Rangers, 7-5, on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.
The Rangers exploded for four home runs — including two from Carlos Gomez — and jumped out to an early lead they never relinquished in an 11-4 win over the Blue Jays in the series finale on Thursday at Globe Life Park.
Yu Darvish and Masahiro Tanaka will meet for the first time in the Majors when the two Japanese right-handers square off in New York on Friday as the Rangers and Yankees open a three-game series.
Albert Pujols delivered a tiebreaking single and the Angels took advantage of two key errors to complete their surge back from an early deficit, scoring nine unanswered runs to stun the Yankees with a 10-5 victory on Thursday evening at Yankee Stadium.
Starlin Castro’s misplay of a double-play ball was the first of a season-high three Yankees errors in a 10-5 loss to the Angels on Thursday.
J.A. Happ will look to post a third straight quality start while Jake Junis hopes to keep the baseball in the yard when the Blue Jays and Royals play at Kauffman Stadium on Friday in the first game of a three-game series.
A freak accident has resulted in yet another Blue Jays injury, and this time, it involved star third baseman Josh Donaldson.
Manager Buck Showalter was not in Baltimore for the Orioles’ series finale against the Indians on Thursday, as he was with his family in Dallas for the birth of his first grandchild: — a boy weighing 9 pounds, 1 ounce. Bench coach John Russell filled in for the skipper.