Orioles and Rangers lineups

Ryan McKenna gets the start in left field tonight as the Orioles try to guarantee a series win in Texas.

Gunnar Henderson collected his first two hits last night, including a home run, but he's on the bench against Rangers left-hander Andrew Heaney. Ramón Urías is starting at third base.

Anthony Santander is the designated hitter and Austin Hays is in right.

Cedric Mullins is the leadoff hitter rather than moving down to ninth, as he did versus Boston lefty Chris Sale.

For the Orioles
Cedric Mullins CF
Adley Rutschman C
Ryan Mountcastle 1B
Anthony Santander DH
Austin Hays RF
Ramón Urías 3B
Adam Frazier 2B
Jorge Mateo SS
Ryan McKenna LF

Kyle Gibson RHP

For the Rangers
Marcus Semien 2B
Corey Seager SS
Nathaniel Lowe 1B
Adolis García CF
Josh Jung 3B
Robbie Grossman RF
Mitch Garver C
Brad Miller DH
Ezequiel Durán LF

Andrew Heaney LHP

Steve Melewski will provide an update later on Kyle Bradish's right foot and whether further tests revealed anything more serious than a contusion.

Some leftovers from last night:

The Orioles set a club record with seven no-hit innings from their bullpen. The previous mark was six, on Sept. 8, 2011 against the Yankees and June 24, 2022 against the White Sox. It also marked the 12th time in Orioles history that a reliever worked at least five hitless innings, and the first since Travis Driskill on May 8, 2002 against Cleveland.

The Orioles have won seven consecutive games against the Rangers dating back to July 4, 2022, their longest streak against an opponent since also taking seven straight against the Braves from June 16, 2012-June 23, 2018. It’s their longest streak against an American League opponent since winning seven in a row against the Rays from April 27-July 16, 2016.

The last time the Orioles won eight in a row was against the Mariners from July 3-Sept. 19, 2012.

They’ve homered in each of the first four games of the season for the seventh time in club history, and the first since 2013. Their record is seven in 1966 and 1984.

Multiple home runs in four consecutive games to start the season are the second-most in team history. The 1994 Orioles did it in five straight.

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