Another look at Dylan Bundy’s strong outing against Cleveland

CLEVELAND - We don’t need analytics or any advanced data to know that your chances of winning are much greater when allowing one run than say, 14. No late touchdown was called for last night, and we can also call off the panic over right-hander Dylan Bundy. Proving yet again last night that he can win throwing his fastball 90 to 92 mph, Bundy pitched ... read more

Dylan Bundy throws strong game as O’s top Indians (quotes added)

CLEVELAND - For one night at least, Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy quieted any talk about his velocity. He picked up his second win of the year, pitching the Orioles past the Cleveland Indians. As usual he wasn’t lighting up the radar gun - his velocity average was 90.6 mph, up from 89.8 mph in his last game - but he threw a solid game as ... read more

O’s game blog: Dylan Bundy faces the Indians

CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Indians beat the Orioles 14-7 last night at Progressive Field and host the O’s tonight in the second game of a four-game series. The Orioles lost leads of 5-1 and 7-6 Thursday night and Cleveland scored the game’s final eight runs. The Indians set season highs in runs and hits (14), plating their most runs since Sept. 28, 2018 at Kansas ... read more

Brandon Hyde looking for a bounceback tonight (game update)

CLEVELAND - For a good portion of last night’s Orioles game here, manager Brandon Hyde saw things to like. His hitters got to Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer and the team built a 5-1 lead. Even after falling behind by 6-5, Stevie Wilkerson’s two-run double put them back ahead. It was set up to be a good night for Hyde’s rebuilding team. But it came crashing ... read more

Branden Kline settles into the bullpen and life in the majors

CLEVELAND - It has been less than a month since Branden Kline made his major league debut and just over two weeks since his latest call to the majors. But the right-hander from Frederick, Md., is settling in and getting used to life in the majors with the Orioles. He knows that to stay here, he’ll need to pitch well, and he’s been doing that ... read more

As losses mount, Orioles try to stay positive and keep pushing

CLEVELAND - Before Thursday’s game, both Orioles manager Brandon Hyde and one of the team’s leaders, Trey Mancini, talked about the appreciation they had for how the Orioles clubhouse is handling mounting losses. The losses are not unexpected, but they can weigh a team down and hinder youngsters as they try to grow and develop as players. Last night’s 14-7 loss in Cleveland featured an ... read more

Orioles lose two leads in Cleveland series opener (quotes added)

CLEVELAND - When Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer retired the Orioles on eight pitches in the first inning tonight it looked like he might have a big game. Bauer began the game ninth in the American League in ERA. But that early look was very, very deceiving. It was not a good night for several pitchers, Bauer included. And for the Orioles, another close game got ... read more

O’s game blog: O’s face Trevor Bauer in Cleveland series opener

CLEVELAND - After a doubleheader loss in New York, the Orioles begin a four-game series tonight at Progressive Field in Cleveland. The Orioles lost by scores of 5-3 and 3-1 in the twinbill at Yankee Stadium. They produced just 14 hits in the two games and went 0-for-13 with runners in scoring position. The Orioles (14-28) are 0-21 the last three games and 1-for-31 their ... read more