John Means looks for a birthday victory, while the Orioles offense hopes to pick up where it left off last night.
The Orioles bullpen has been taxed at an extreme rate so far this season. Starters must work deeper into games to allow the young arms in the ‘pen to develop.
Quality pitching ruled the day for the Shorebirds and Baysox, while the Tides and Keys both got blown out.
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The left-hander turns 26 and gets to make his third career big league start!
For one night at least, the Orioles looked like a competitive team, supporting a strong Andrew Cashner start with great plays on both sides of the ball.
Andrew Cashner takes the mound looking to stop the skid, Dwight Smith Jr. is back in left, and Chris Davis hopes to continue his past success against the White Sox’s Ivan Nova.
In the infant stages of an organizational overhaul, the Orioles are searching for guys capable of making a jump. Right now, John Means is leading the charge.
The hard-throwing righty has been excellent in eighth, but shaky in the ninth - particularly when trying to finish both.
Bowie managed only three hits against Erie, and a 21-year-old center fielder delivered some clutch hitting for the Shorebirds.
The O’s got bludgeoned at home again, dropping to 1-10 at Camden Yards. Sorry, season ticket holders.
David Hess made a few too many mistakes and the Orioles bullpen imploded in a home loss to the White Sox
David Hess takes the mound, and Stevie Wilkerson will look to make his mark in his season debut against the White Sox.
Even a rebuilding club has its limits. The Orioles sent their struggling outfielder back down to the minors.