Seth Smith singled in the third inning... and then made it all the way home. The O's outfielder was part of a bizarre sequence of events in Wednesday's Orioles-Rays game that lead to Baltimore plating a pair of runs.
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Darren O'Day is getting back on track. And that's a very, very good thing for an Orioles bullpen that could soon see the return of closer Zach Britton.
Kevin Cash made a game-time decision on Tuesday night, pulling scheduled starter Erasmo Ramirez with bad a weather forecast looming. The risk paid off, as Tampa Bay's bullpen and a pair of fourth-inning runs were enough to hold off the first-place Orioles and give the Rays the 2-0 series-evening win.
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Ronald Acuna, Austin Riley and Alex Jackson combined to go 8-for-17 with four extra-base hits, eight runs scored and nine RBIs in Florida's win over Palm Beach.
Zach Britton felt good on Tuesday -- a day after playing catch -- and the plan is for him to go out on a rehab assignment on Friday.
Seeking to add a left-handed long reliever, the Orioles recalled Paul Fry from Triple-A Norfolk and optioned Stefan Crichton prior to Tuesday's game against the Rays.
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Orioles veteran outfielder Adam Jones collected his 1,500th career hit with a fifth-inning single on Monday night, but it was hit 1,501 that mattered more.
Jonathan Schoop, Hyun Soo Kim and Adam Jones homered for the Orioles off of Rays ace Chris Archer, who gave up his first long ball of the season in Baltimore's 6-3 win Monday night.
Tensions from Friday night between the Orioles and Red Sox spilled over again in the eighth inning of Sunday's 6-2 Boston win as Orioles third baseman Manny Machado was nearly beaned by reliever Matt Barnes.
Struggling Orioles starter Kevin Gausman was a perfect elixir to a sluggish Boston lineup. The Sox homered three times, including Hanley Ramirez's first of the year, in Sunday afternoon's sweep-avoiding, 6-2 win over Baltimore at Camden Yards.
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The first-place Orioles continued to feast on Steven Wright's knuckleball on Saturday, with Trey Mancini and Jonathan Schoop hitting back-to-back homers for the second time this month off the Red Sox righty in a 4-2 series-clinching win.
Jayson Aquino was picked for Saturday's start because of an impressive spring, and as manager Buck Showalter aptly put it, the Orioles needed to see what they had in the young left-hander. If Saturday is any indication, the O's have another solid starting option. Aquino held Boston to two runs -- both of which came on Jackie Bradley Jr.'s homer -- over six innings in his first career start.
Orioles starter Chris Tillman went 3 2/3 innings in his second rehab start on Saturday night, allowing three runs on five hits with three strikeouts against Double-A Harrisburg.
Coming off one of their best road trips in recent years, the Orioles kept right on rolling Friday night at Camden Yards. Backed by a terrific seven-plus innings from Dylan Bundy, who is looking more and more like the frontline starter Baltimore badly needs, the O's bested Boston, 2-0, to keep a firm hold atop the American League East.
There were many moments last season that almost screamed for Dylan Bundy to throw his cutter. But that wasn't the plan. Because no matter how devastating the extra pitch was to Bundy's arsenal, having the right-hander -- who had Tommy John surgery in 2013 -- healthy enough to throw it for an entire big league season was most important.
Brad Brach converted his third save in as many days in Friday's 2-0 win over the Red Sox, as the right-hander has filled in for lefty closer Zach Britton without missing a beat.
The Red Sox missed on a number of good scoring chances on Friday, a big reason the Orioles handed them a 2-0 loss in the opener of a three-game series. After the game, though, the bigger subject of conversation in the Boston clubhouse was that the team nearly lost second baseman Dustin Pedroia. The play in question was, in fact, a primary topic in both clubhouses.
No pitcher has been more dominant than Class A Columbia's Merandy Gonzalez to begin the season. That trend continued on Friday night, as the Mets' No. 14 prospect extended his scoreless innings streak to 20 2/3 by tossing seven frames in a win against Lexington.
J.J. Hardy had two hits, but the one the Orioles needed the most came in the top of the 10th inning. Hardy's RBI single with two outs scored Mark Trumbo for a 2-1 victory over the Reds on Thursday that gave Baltimore two of three games in the series.
The Orioles left a rainy Cincinnati on Thursday night with a series win, a 6-3 road trip and -- perhaps most importantly -- two fantastic starts from Ubaldo Jimenez and Wade Miley for a Baltimore team in dire need of them.
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For a minute during the fourth inning against the Orioles, it looked like the Reds had a unique double play. But, not quite.
After Ubaldo Jimenez went 4 1/3 innings and allowed five runs in each of his first two starts, he knew he needed to get better in a hurry.
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Orioles manager Buck Showalter has kept a secret of who would close in Zach Britton's absence -- even from the candidates for the job.
Wednesday brought brilliant displays of pitching from both a veteran in Ubaldo Jimenez of the Orioles and a rookie in the Reds' Amir Garrett. It was Jimenez and Baltimore that came away with a 2-0 victory at Great American Ball Park.
Orioles starter Kevin Gausman summarized his outing this way: "Overall today, it was bad command. Bad execution. Getting myself in some holes. It just wasn't good."
The Orioles made a roster move Wednesday, recalling left-hander Jayson Aquino from Triple-A Norfolk and optioning right-hander Tyler Wilson to Norfolk.
For at least one night, the team with the best record in baseball -- the Orioles -- was knocked down a peg. Led by Adam Duvall's five RBIs, the Reds ambushed Baltimore early and went on to a 9-3 victory on Tuesday at Great American Ball Park.
If the Orioles ever need of help out of an offensive funk they only need to look to Trey Mancini -- for more than one reason.