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O's game blog: Looking to end a losing streak OAKLAND - The Orioles started a losing streak on the East Coast and it continued on the West Coast with Monday's 3-2 loss at Oakland. The Orioles were held to just three hits as they lost their sixth in a row. The Orioles now have seven losing streaks of at least four games.

Tuesday night Orioles game thread: at Athletics, 10:07 Gabriel Ynoa will try to wrangle the Orioles into line in Game 2 of a three-game series against the A’s.

O's set to use an opener in Wednesday's series finale OAKLAND - Barring something unforeseen, the Orioles will use an opener tomorrow, and they intend to send right-hander Jimmy Yacabonis to the mound to start the Wednesday afternoon series finale in Oakland.

Keon Broxton returns to Baltimore's lineup on Tuesday Baltimore Orioles outfielder Keon Broxton will start and bat seventh in Tuesday's game against the Oakland Athletics.

Orioles and Athletics lineups The Orioles will try to break a six-game losing streak tonight with Hanser Alberto serving as the designated hitter and Renato Núñez playing first base while the Athletics start left-hander Brett Anderson. Rio Ruiz is playing third base. Pedro Severino is catching.

That's Amaury's News and Commentary podcast: Yankees look for more pitching to get past Rays; A's-O's series could feature close games; plus more Photo credit: @NewsdaySports. That's Amaury's News and Commentary podcast:. #1 The New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman is actively going shopping looking for pitching. One of the strong prospects of winning in the postseason is good pitching.

Sedlock will start Thursday for Keys after being backed off to limit innings - Cody Sedlock's hiatus is about to end, and the right-hander couldn't be happier. Sedlock, who is 3-0 with a 1.44 ERA and 0.97 WHIP in eight starts for Single-A Frederick this season, will start Thursday at Wilmington when the Keys open the second half of their schedule.

What should the Orioles make of Hanser Alberto? But how sustainable is that profile? An EV of just over 83 mph places Alberto among the likes of Carlos Gomez, Dee Gordon and Jose Peraza, who combine for an average 2019 OPS of.645. And Alberto's.711 OPS isn't being helped by his patience at the plate.

Checking in on unclear futures of Huston Street, J.J. Hardy Other times, they issue formal announcements with varying levels of fanfare. And then there are those that just don't show up for a while. Some end up returning just when you were beginning to wonder if it was all over… then go through the process again, perhaps with a different result.

Minor League Game Summaries 6/17/2019 Reed Hayes gave up no runs and no hits while walking 2 and striking out 4 over 4.0 innings of relief pitched. He faced 14 batters on a night where Aberdeen was limited to two hits in a loss to Brooklyn. He is the Orioles Hangout MiLB Player of the Day.

Hot Take Tuesday: Hanser is the Answer at Leadoff Baltimore Orioles leadoff hitter Hanser Alberto is proving himself to be perhaps the team's best at that spot since Brian Roberts.

Who closes? Givens's struggles bring up the question for Hyde, Orioles In Baltimore, it's a revolving door. The Orioles haven't found an answer. That part's not debatable. The debate is in what that answer could be. Is the solution to keep leaning on Givens, trusting that an experienced late-inning pitcher with high-90s heat will eventually figure it out?

Orioles minor league recap 6/17: Aberdeen stumbles on a slow night Aberdeen dropped the only game played by an Orioles affiliate, 4-1, to the Brooklyn Cyclones. The New York affiliate scored once in the bottom of the first, and added three runs in the bottom half of the third. Aberdeen managed its only run in the top of the sixth.

For Orioles, there's no home field advantage Conventional wisdom is that teams have an advantage playing at home. They're not traveling and presumably know the ins-and-outs of their home field better than their opponent. That's not the case with the 2019 Orioles. Their 9-28 record at home is easily the worst in baseball, and their team earned run average at Oriole Park is a horrifying 6.38.

Tuesday Bird Droppings: Where the roster turnover continues Mike Elias jettisoned another Dan Duquette-era acquisition by designating Joey Rickard yesterday.

At least you're not a Baltimore Orioles fan Maybe a few times in your lifetime, if you're lucky, you get a World Series run out of them. Or maybe you've pulled for the Mariners since their 1977 launch and you still don't know what the World Series is like. Baseball, nooooooo!

Baltimore Orioles: Eastern League Names Oriole Prospect Yusniel Diaz Player of the Week On Monday it was announced that the Baltimore Orioles second-ranked prospect per MLB Pipeline was named the Eastern League's Player of the Week for the week of June 10th through June 16th. In six games, Diaz, a native of Havana Cuba, hit.364 with two doubles, three home runs, 12 RBI's, seven runs scored, four walks and a.864 slugging percentage.

Orioles Lose 3-2 in Oakland Andrew Cashner returned from Joan blister and pitched six innings allowing one earned run. Unfortunately two unearned as well. Jimmy Yacabonis was scoreless. The Orioles collected three hits. Three. Box Score.

Fiers solid, O's defense falters in Athletics' 3-2 victory Fiers pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning and Oakland took advantage of Baltimore's shoddy defense to beat the Orioles 3-2 Monday night. Fiers allowed two unearned runs over 6 2/3 innings, getting into the seventh for the seventh time in eight starts - a stretch that started with his no-hitter May 7 against Cincinnati.

Mistake in the field, struggles at the plate cost Orioles in Oakland Orioles get early lead, see it vanish with a two-run error, then can’t mount another offensive attack in Monday night loss.

A's nip the Orioles 3-2 to win the series opener Photo credit: @Athletics. By Jerry Feitelberg. OAKLAND - The A's bounced back from a tough loss to the Seattle Mariners on Father's day to defeat the woeful Baltimore Orioles 4-3 Monday night at the Oakland Coliseum. Mike Fiers performed well once more and won his seventh game of the season.

Cashner provides quality start, but O's lose trip opener OAKLAND - This time there would be no late comeback or blown lead late in the game. But there would be another frustrating loss. The Orioles allowed two unearned runs in the third inning tonight and could not back starter Andrew Cashner with much offense.

Nick Hundley's care for ailing boy leads to lasting bond - Five years ago, veteran big leaguer Nick Hundley visited Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and met a boy named Zach Sprader. Hundley, then with the San Diego Padres, sought to give the young baseball fan a lift during his fight against leukemia. Little did Hundley know a lasting friendship with a family would come of it.

O's game blog: Andrew Cashner pitches road trip opener OAKLAND - After a 1-5 homestand that ended with five consecutive losses, the Orioles are on the west coast to begin a two-city road trip tonight. They'll play three games in Oakland and four in Seattle before returning to Oriole Park.

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