|Wei-Yin Chen||His last three starts have been almost identical and all have put the O's in solid position to win. Of course, the offense went cold in two of the three.
|Scott Feldman||If the early numbers are any indication, this wasn't a great pickup for the O's. Feldman couldn't find the plate on Saturday night and was pulled after less than 5 innings.
|Miguel Gonzalez||Last two starts have been entirely forgettable.
||Had a successful Oriole debut, allowing 2 ER in 6 innings while striking out 8 (against his former mates).
|Chris Tillman||Didn't look so #stafface on Friday night (6 ER in 5.1 innings), but he still got the win, pushing his record to 14-3.
|Tommy Hunter||Three innings, 1 ER allowed.
|Jim Johnson||3 for 3 in save ops after a week of hardly no use at all.
|Steve Johnson||Came off of the DL for one game with the MLB club
|Brian Matusz||Notched a couple more scoreless appearances this week, but had to work himself out of trouble during Saturday's game (which pitcher didn't?)|
|T.J. McFarland||Has allowed ER in his last three appearances.|
|Darren O'Day||Saturday was a rare bad outing for O'Day, but don't expect too many of those.|
|Troy Patton||O's best reliever this week allowed just 2 hits in over 3 innings of relief.|
|Francisco Rodriguez||Maybe it's just me, but he has not been good since arriving in Baltimore.|
|Taylor Teagarden||A solitary double brought his BA up to a scorching .133 for the season.|
|Matt Wieters||Just 2 hits this week, although did have a nice homer on Saturday when it appeared the rest of the offense was simply rolling over.|
|Alexi Casilla||Didn't play at all last week, but got 2 appearances this week and went 0-8|
|Chris Davis||Yes, he hit a couple of homers this week, but he's still looked pretty off at the plate. Swinging at far too many pitches and that's getting him into trouble at times.|
|Ryan Flaherty||Friday night might have been a career game for Flaherty.|
|J.J. Hardy||Average week of .250 (4-16). Saw a rare day off on Saturday night.|
|Manny Machado||He's seen his average drop below .300 for the first time since April 27th, but all in all, not a bad week. A .273 BA with a double and a homer.|
|Brian Roberts||Currently on paternity leave.|
|Danny Valencia||Recalled thanks to Brian Roberts missing time and actually hit pretty well yesterday.|
|L.J. Hoes||Traded to Houston as a part of the Bud Norris deal.
|Adam Jones||Three of his five hits went for doubles, but he looked pretty poor at the plate for the most part.
|Nick Markakis||Five hits and four walks, but not much else from Markakis. His SLG continues to sink even further. Hasn't had an XBH in several weeks now.
|Nate McLouth||Hit his first homer in quite a while, along with 5 other hits.
|Steve Pearce||Returned from the DL and went 3-5 over two appearances. Keep up the good work.
|Henry Urrutia||The DH spot continues to be an issue for the O's.|
|Wilson Betemit||Expected to begin a rehab assignment with the O's GCL affiliate. Could be back at some point in August.|
|Steve Clevenger||Expected to continue his rehab with one of the class A affiliates this week.
|Jason Hammel||No tear in his elbow, just some inflammation.
|Nolan Reimold||Done for the year after neck surgery.|
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