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Winning formula in the Bronx: López and the longball

In an impressive 7-1 win in the series opener in the Bronx against the New York Yankees, Orioles fans could have fun debating which was more vital tonight: the O’s hitting four solo homers or Jorge López delivering a huge six-inning outing, the latest deeper start by an O’s pitcher? Both were very important to the Orioles taking the opener of the three-game set. They ... read more

O’s game blog: The series in the Bronx begins

For the Orioles, who have played 38 of their 104 games to date against American League East opponents, their schedule is about to get division-heavy once again. They open a three-game series tonight at Yankee Stadium to start a run of six straight games within the division. They will also play 13 of their next 16 and 22 of the next 31 through Sept. 5 ... read more

Notes on starter innings, Baumann at Triple-A and draft picks get going

It won’t always be this simple, but it is so far in the second half of the 2021 season. The Orioles are unbeaten when their starter pitches six innings or more. They have done that in six of the 15 games since the All-Star Game and the Orioles are 6-0 in those games. It should be pointed out that they actually had a losing record ... read more

Spenser Watkins pitches into sixth, but O’s lose series finale

Only three Tigers got hits today off former Detroit farmhand and current O’s right-hander Spenser Watkins. But his day was a mixed bag of a rough start and some late frustration as Detroit beat the Orioles 6-2 to level the four-game series at two wins each. After he gave up three runs after getting the first two batters out in the last of the first, ... read more

O’s game blog: Looking for a series win at Detroit

After winning back-to-back games behind strong starting pitching at Detroit, the Orioles have secured at least a split of the four-game series. Now they look for one more victory and to win their third series in five tries since the All-Star break. Behind right-hander Matt Harvey Friday and lefty John Means last night, the Orioles beat Detroit 4-3 and 5-2. Means and Harvey allowed just ... read more

John Means: “I’m excited for where this team is going”

For a team that desperately needed better starting pitching after a first half when Baltimore’s rotation ERA was 6.11, the Orioles are starting to get that. Deeper outings. Better outings. A nice change, to say the least. To see Matt Harvey and John Means hold Detroit to one run over the last two nights over their combined 12 innings was encouraging. A Tigers team that ... read more

John Means has best outing since IL return as O’s win in Detroit

He didn’t put up a zero like Matt Harvey on Friday night, but left-hander John Means looked very much like his pre-injury self tonight. And seeing the Orioles ace pitch like that had to be a most welcome sight throughout Birdland. Means allowed just one run over six innings and picked up his first win since his no-hitter as the Orioles beat Detroit 5-2 at ... read more

O’s game blog: John Means faces Detroit

With five wins their last seven games and a record of 8-5 since the All-Star break, the Orioles head back to Comerica Park tonight for the third of a four-game series with Detroit. The Tigers won 6-2 Thursday night and the Orioles won 4-3 last night. Pedro Severino hit solo homers in the third and fifth innings Friday for an O’s team that has hit ... read more