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Few appealing alternatives in high minors for the Orioles After the first three weeks of play, the Orioles have an 8-12 record. With an eighth of the season completed, that projects to just under 100 losses, which many people would consider a success.
Orioles and Twins lineups Alex Cobb is coming off the injured list to make tonight's start against the Twins, if the weather allows it. He's listed as the starter, but a corresponding roster move hasn't been announced. Cedric Mullins is out of the lineup, but Chris Davis returns.
Baltimore Orioles Minor League Transactions and A Retirement Over the past few days, the Orioles have added two free agents to minor league deals and have seen a member of the Bowie Baysox retire. First, catcher / first baseman Cael Brockmeyer has retired.
Alex Seidleck earns latest Prep Ballplayer crown Voting picked up in the latter part of the week and more than 57 percent of the 25,814 total votes cast went to Indian Creek's Alex Seidleck. Seidleck used an impressive performance against Saint Frances on April 8 to take home the Prep Ballplayer of the Week crown.
Bressi Weather Forecast: Rain Will Impact O's-Twins Tonight Rain and thunderstorms will move in on Friday afternoon, affecting the start of the Minnesota Twins at Baltimore Orioles series.
Orioles Win Gritty in Extras, 6-5 The Orioles took a lead into the ninth but non-closer Mychal Givens could not hold it. In the eleventh Chris Davis and Joey Rickard came through to plate the winner. Starter. Andrew Cashner was fine again with a five inning two run six strike out performance.
Minor League Summaries for 4/18/2019 Cameron Bishop recorded a quality start for the Frederick Keys. He limited the Salem Red Sox to 1 run on 5 hits over 6.0 innings while walking 1 and striking out 8. He is the Orioles Hangout MiLB Player of the Day.
Where Nats, Orioles rank on Forbes' 'most valuable' franchises list Forbes' annual list of most valuable Major League Baseball franchises ranks the Washington Nationals just outside of the Top 10, at No. 11, this year. Forbes estimates the Nats franchise is worth $1.75 billion. That's 4% more than last year. Forbes also estimates the Nats franchise has $366 million in revenue and a $24 million operating profit.
Orioles-Twins series preview: The return of Alex Cobb The Orioles rank 11th with 18. Martin Perez worked six innings in his first start of the year after three relief appearances. He held the Blue Jays to just one run while scattering seven hits. The 28-year-old lefty throws hard, and hit 97 MPH his last time out.
Will splitter be there again tonight for Alex Cobb? Orioles right-hander Alex Cobb is expected to rejoin the rotation tonight, coming off the injured list for the second time this year. When he made his only start of 2019 on April 4 in the home opener, he went 5 2/3 and allowed five hits and two runs versus the New York Yankees.
Orioles minor league recap 4/19: A nice day on the farm Frederick, Norfolk, and Delmarva came away with wins, the Shorebirds running their streak to 10 games. Only Bowie lost, in a bullpen meltdown in the seventh.
Baltimore Orioles: A Healthy Alex Cobb Will Go A Long Way Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Alex Cobb is coming back from the injured list. There are also updates on other key injuries,.
Diner Question: Which new Oriole has made the greatest impression on you? After Thursday night's 11-inning 6-5 win over the Tampa Bay Rays, the Orioles have an 8-12 record. Of the 25 players currently on the roster, eight of them are new to the organization since the end of last season: Hanser Alberto, Josh Lucas, Richie Martin, Rio Ruiz, Pedro Severino, Dwight Smith Jr., Dan Straily and Jesus Sucre.
Friday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles will try to bring some wins home The O’s have scratched and clawed to a bunch of hard-fought wins on the road. At home, though…not so much.
More on Orioles' thrilling 11-inning win TAMPA - A trip that showed so much promise and offered the chance to inflict further damage within the division following a four-game split in Boston threatened to crumble beneath the dome at Tropicana Field.
Rickard's RBI double in 11th lifts Rays past Orioles 6-5 - Joey Rickard had four hits and the Baltimore Orioles needed all of them to beat the Tampa Bay Rays. None was bigger, however, than the last one. Rickard drove in the winning run in the 11th inning with an RBI double, lifting the Orioles to a 6-5 victory Thursday night.
Baltimore Orioles vs. Minnesota Twins - 4/19/19 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction The Minnesota Twins and the Baltimore Orioles will meet up on the MLB diamond to kick off their series Friday. The Twins just finished up a series versus the Blue Jays, losing on Thursday 7-4. In that one, Eddie Rosario logged two solo homers and Jonathan Schoop had two hits with an RBI.
Joey Rickard has a big night, Orioles beat Rays 6-5 in extra innings Trey Mancini reached base with a one-out double and then moved to third on a double by Dwight Smith Junior A single from Nunez scored Mancini and then an infield hit by Joey Rickard plated Smith to give the O's a momentary lead prior to Pham's homer.
Baltimore Orioles Roundup: Joey Rickard lights up Tampa Bay pitching A monster game against the Tampa Bay Rays could send Joey Rickard's season in the right direction, while John Means moves out of the starting rotation.
Rickard double gives Orioles 6-5 win in 11 innings - The Orioles needed five outs from Mychal Givens tonight to secure a win that would prevent them from being swept to close out their road trip. The latest heavy tax applied to a bullpen that's in constant motion.
Series preview: Twins at Baltimore The Twins are beginning a two-week stretch where they play only the Orioles and Astros. After three games in Baltimore, they head to Houston for three games with the AL West leaders. Then both teams visit Target Field…. The Twins went 6-1 vs Baltimore in 2018, including 2-1 at Camden Yards to open the season.
O's game blog: Andrew Cashner pitches series finale The Orioles will try to end their two-city road trip with a victory tonight, as they meet the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. The Rays go for the sweep after posting wins by 4-2 and 8-1 over the last two nights. The Orioles have lost seven of nine and are 2-4 on this road trip to Boston and Saint Petersburg.
Thursday night Orioles game thread: at Rays, 7:10 Run support is a completely random phenomenon during which the baseball gods smile down on one lucky soul to ease his path to a pitching "win." For the Orioles, the most frequent recipient of run support in 2019 has been none other than Thursday night's starter, Andrew Cashner.
Means slated to make more starts - Orioles left-hander John Means is available in the bullpen tonight and for Friday night's series opener against the Twins at Camden Yards. However, he isn't ticketed for exclusive relief duties. Manager Brandon Hyde said Means is the likely choice to start April 26 in Minnesota following the off-day.
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