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2018 Schedule
35-84, 5th in AL East
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2d

Sale fans 12 in five innings in strong DL return

Chris Sale celebrated his return from the disabled list by striking out 12 over five dominant innings, and the Red Sox moved 50 games over .500 by completing a sweep of the lowly Orioles with a 4-1 victory Sunday.

Sale fans 12 in return from DL (0:28)
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4d

Orioles call up CF Mullins, shift Jones to RF

With the Baltimore Orioles calling up Cedric Mullins to start in center field Friday night in his major league debut, Adam Jones was moved to right field. Jones hadn't played an outfield position other than center field since 2007 prior to Friday's game.

5d

Bauers has 3 RBIs, Rays beat Orioles 5-4

Jake Bauers drove in two of his three runs with a go-ahead two-run single in the seventh inning and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-4 Thursday night.

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11dJerry Crasnick

Jones helps Little League team reach tournament

Orioles center fielder Adam Jones agreed Friday to contribute $8,500 toward bus transportation for the Mamie Johnson Little League team, which will represent the nation's capital in the Mid-Atlantic Regional tournament starting Sunday in Connecticut.

12d

Rangers score 10 in first 2 innings, beat Orioles 17-8

Jurickson Profar hit a three-run home run and a run-scoring single as Texas scored 10 runs during the first two innings, Rougned Odor homered and walked a career-high five times, and the Rangers routed the Baltimore Orioles 17-8 on Thursday night.

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13d

Orioles' Cobb wins for first time in 2 months

Orioles pitcher Alex Cobb had seen his record fall to 2-14 after two months without a win before Baltimore's 7-5 victory over the Yankees on Wednesday.

13d

Gray, Yankees flop in 7-5 loss to lowly Orioles

Sonny Gray was chased in the third inning by the team with worst record in the majors, big league-loss leader Alex Cobb ended a nine-start winless streak and the Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees 7-5 Wednesday.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs74316th
Batting Average.2608th
On Base Percentage.31227th
Slugging Percentage.43510th
Earned Run Average4.9727th
Quality Starts61Tied-27th
WHIP1.4527th
BAA.26928th