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2017 Schedule
38-39, 4th in AL East
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Bautista lifts leadoff homer (0:17)
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Jones takes hack and loses jewelry (0:47)
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Trumbo's double gives Orioles 1st inning lead (0:37)
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Mancini cements spot in O's history

In going deep for the 13th time this season on Saturday, Trey Mancini tied Hall of Famer Eddie Murray (1977) and Curt Blefary (1965) for most homers before the All-Star break by a Baltimore Orioles rookie. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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O's give up at least 5 runs in 20th straight

Baltimore fell 15-5 to Tampa Bay as Orioles pitchers allowed at least five runs for the 20th consecutive game, tying a major league record set by the 1924 Philadelphia Phillies.

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O'Day returns for Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles reinstated RHP Darren O'Day from the 10-day disabled list (right shoulder strain) Friday. RHP Gabriel Ynoa has been optioned to Triple-A Norfolk.

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O's to be without Showalter on Thursday

Baltimore manager Buck Showalter will not be with the team Thursday due to the birth of his grandson. John Russell will manage his place. Meanwhile, CF Adam Jones is out of the starting lineup due to the Orioles' next six games coming on turf, Russell told reporters.

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Inside Heat: Kubatko On Orioles' Strategy

Buster Olney talks to MASN's Roch Kubatko about the Orioles' recent struggles and how they could impact Baltimore's strategy as the trade deadline nears.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Indians and Orioles are tied 5-5, but here's the amazing stat from this game: The Orioles have now allowed five or more runs in 17 straight games, the second-longest streak in the past 100 years. The 1924 Phillies did it in 20 consecutive games. Yes, it's been a tough month for the O's (basically, opposing hitters are collectively hitting like Willie Mays against them in June).

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Kluber fires 3-hitter as Indians blank Orioles 12-0

Corey Kluber pitched a three-hitter for his fifth career shutout, Jason Kipnis and Carlos Santana homered and the Cleveland Indians overpowered the Baltimore Orioles 12-0 Monday night for their season-high sixth straight victory.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The hot-hitting Indians - who've averaged eight runs a contest during their current five-game win streak - just knocked out Orioles starter Dylan Bundy after 4.1 innings. It's the first time all season that Bundy failed to last five frames.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Fours are wild at Camden Yards, where the Indians doubled four times during a four-run fourth inning against Orioles starter Dylan Bundy. It's the first time that Bundy's ever allowed more than three doubles in a game.

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Power Rankings: Orioles trending down

The Orioles dropped five spots after a 3-4 week. Baltimore's starting pitchers, most notably Kevin Gausman and Ubaldo Jimenez, have to get better.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Orioles shortstop JJ Hardy - who left Sunday's game early after being hit by a Lance Lynn pitch - says he has a non-displaced fracture of his right wrist. Hardy said it'll be 4-6 weeks before he can resume baseball activities. Veteran infielder Ruben Tejada should get lots of action at short with Hardy out.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs347Tied-19th
Batting Average.25614th
On Base Percentage.31226th
Slugging Percentage.43112th
Earned Run Average5.1029th
Quality Starts30Tied-24th
WHIP1.5530th
BAA.28430th

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