The Orioles bounced back after a 5-0 first inning deficit to win 7-5 and two out of three from the Detroit Tigers.
On his way to Frederick, Gausman made a stop at Double-A Bowie on Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday night, the Orioles stole one away from the Boston Red Sox when, after being no-hit for five innings, they put together a big inning out of nowhere. Thursday, an inning that SHOULD HAVE been big evaporated on the Orioles out of nowhere, and it led to a come from behind win for the Sox. […]
Being no-hit by Red Sox right hander Aaron Cook, the Orioles turned on a dime in the sixth of Wednesday night and put together the big inning the propelled them to a 5-3 win.
Bowie pitching coach Kennie Steenstra and Dylan Bundy discuss Dylan’s Bowie debut. (Photo: Ted Williams)
Mark Reynolds slugged two home runs in the Orioles 7-1 victory over the Red Sox
The Orioles picked up a win in a see-saw battle with Kansas City at Camden Yards Sunday, earning a split with the Royals.
After winning four consecutive starts, Tillman (L, 5-2) was hit hard Saturday by the Royals.
Manny Machado’s call-up Thursday night was one greeted with surprise, optimism, excitement, and fear by almost everyone in Orioles Nation.
Machado went 2-4 with a single and triple in his major league debut.