Jonathan Schoop, Chris Davis and Trey Mancini hit back-to-back-to-back home runs to get the Orioles off to a quick start in their Sunday game against the Tigers.
Manny Machado logged his third four-hit game of the season, knocking in a season-high five RBIs to lead the Orioles to a 12-2 victory as they earned a split of the four-game series against the Tigers on Sunday.
All of Chris Tillman’s 194 Major League appearances have come as a starter. That’s about to change.
Predicting how Ubaldo Jimenez is going to look on the mound in any start is difficult, but the Orioles will hope his current trend continues.
Tim Beckham hasn’t yet been with the Orioles for a week, but he’s already hit a milestone.
In place of an injured Michael Fulmer, the Tigers will send Drew VerHagen to the mound for his second career Major League start in the third game of the four-game series against the Orioles on Saturday.
Red-hot Justin Upton delivered his second grand slam in the past week, a one-out eighth-inning blast off reliever Mychal Givens that kept the Tigers rolling with a 5-2 win over the Orioles on Friday night.
The Orioles were incredibly patient with starter Kevin Gausman earlier this season and it has been rewarded, as Gausman — the O’s best starter the final two months of last season — has reverted back to form.
With the Orioles trailing after a pair of rain delays Thursday night, third baseman Manny Machado put some life back into the home dugout at Camden Yards. Machado started the O’s second triple play of the season in the second inning of a 7-5 loss to the Tigers.
Ian Kinsler and Justin Upton homered in the first, the Tigers jumped out to a seven-run lead after 2 1/2 innings and two rain delays, and they held on for a 7-5 series-opening win over the Orioles on Thursday night.
It’s not often a reliever has a longer outing than his starter, but that’s what happened Thursday night as Miguel Castro continues to impress out of the Orioles’ bullpen.