Led by a four-hit, two-homer afternoon by Jonathan Schoop, the Orioles went deep five times to bash their way to a 15-7, series-evening win over the Cardinals on Saturday.
The Orioles’ daily roster moves continued on Friday, as they recalled a pair of relievers in Vidal Nuno and Gabriel Ynoa, while placing Mike Wright on the disabled list and optioning Jimmy Yacabonis to Triple-A Norfolk.
Both the Cardinals and the Orioles will be looking for depth from their starting pitchers on Saturday in the second game of a three-game series at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The Cards will go with Adam Wainwright (7-4, 4.73 ERA), who has not made it past five innings in his last two starts. Wade […]
The Cardinals used five home runs and a stellar six innings from Carlos Martinez to break their road hex and cruise to a 11-2 series-opening win over the struggling Orioles on Friday night.
One at-bat changed an entire sequence for Kevin Gausman and the struggling Orioles on Friday night, as they dropped the series opener to the Cardinals, 11-2, at Camden Yards.
Trey Mancini was organizational surplus for the Orioles entering this season. He’s made himself into an important part of the lineup, especially with Chris Davis out with one of those dreaded strained obliques.
After throwing a 25-pitch simulated game on Thursday, closer Zach Britton is scheduled to start his rehab assignment on Monday in Aberdeen, Md., for the Orioles’ short-season Class A affiliate.
Ubaldo Jimenez will move back to the Orioles’ rotation and start on Sunday, with Alec Asher going to the bullpen in hopes of helping to solidify an inconsistent relief crew.
Kevin Gausman will start for the Orioles on Friday to open a three-game series against the Carlos Martinez and the Cardinals at Camden Yards.
A four-run sixth-inning outburst broke open a pitcher’s duel Thursday as the Chicago White Sox claimed a series victory with a 5-2 win, handing the Baltimore Orioles their seventh loss in eight games at Guaranteed Rate Field.
All things considered, the Orioles are pleased with Chris Tillman’s outing Thursday at Guaranteed Rate Field. After allowing nine runs in 1 1/3 innings in his previous start, last week against the Yankees, Tillman went 5 1/3 innings in the Orioles’ 5-2 loss to the White Sox.