Orioles bounce back behind Chen - The Washington Post
"The Orioles offense bounced back against the Rays Saturday night — driving in all of their runs with two-out singles — for a 4-0 victory over Tampa Bay in front of an announced crowd of 20,612 at Tropicana Field."
Orioles call up Nate McLouth; designate Endy Chavez for assignment - CBSSports.com
"Nate McLouth had a strong July with Norfolk, posting a .925 OPS. He hit eight home runs, scored 21 runs, and had 22 RBI. Endy Chavez was batting .190/.222/.281 in 47 games with the Orioles, and will now go on waivers."
Orioles reaping benefits of Wei-Yin Chen's growth - baltimoresun.com
"He’s got a good understanding of what’s going on up here at this level right now, and we hope to ride it," Showalter said. "We gave him an extra day this time. It was very tempting to pitch him yesterday but we’re going to be careful with his innings and manage his starts. He was a little sore after the seventh there. Normally, you might think about continuing him, but hopefully that’ll be in September, but like we’ve done all year, we’re going to be careful with him."
Orioles pregame: Hammel on pace to throw off mound in 1 1/2 weeks, with starting lineups - baltimoresun.com
"Orioles ace right hander Jason Hammel, who underwent arthroscopic right knee surgery on July 15, is slightly ahead of schedule in his recovery and is about 1½ weeks from throwing off a mound, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said."
No move was best move for Orioles - Carroll County Times: Orioles
"[T]he Orioles actually made the right move by not acquiring Joe Blanton, deciding to not give up any pieces in their farm system that has taken years to rebuild."
Machado Cycles in Baysox Win | Bowie Baysox News
"Baysox (58-54) shortstop Manny Machado hit for the cycle as the team defeated the Trenton Thunder (68-45) 8-7 Saturday night. Machado hit a game-winning two-run homerun in the bottom of the eighth inning to complete the team's first cycle since Lou Montanez in 2008."