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Orioles minor league rundown, 7/10/2014

The Baysox, Keys, and Ironbirds won. The Shorebirds lost. The Tides were too busy loading animals onto the ark to play baseball.

Adrian Marin
Adrian Marin
Tim Jacobsen

Norfolk Tides vs. Durham Bulls - PPD

Bowie Baysox 11, Harrisburg Senators 1

The Baysox, in a manner befitting Hulkamaniacs of yore, ran wild over the Senators knocking out 22 hits including nine among David Adams and "Hello" Niuman Romero. Adams fell a homer short of a cycle.

Anthony Vasquez was solid over six innings. He allowed eight baserunners and struck out six.

Frederick Keys 5, Salem Red Sox 4

The Keys pulled out a close one, but the story was Dylan Bundy's rough outing. Bundy was pulled with no outs in the fourth after allowing five hits, two walks and three earned runs up to that point. He did strike out two batters in the second, though.

The top of the Keys lineup paced the attack with each of Glynn Davis, Mike Yastrzemski and Trey Mancini putting up two hit performances. Yastrzemski also picked up his 15th outfield assist of the season.

Delmarva Shorebirds 4, Lakewood Blueclaws 5

Nick Cunningham hasn't yet adjusted to life in the Sally League. His second start since being promoted from Aberdeen was a bust as he gave up five runs in five innings. He actually held his own until he ran out of gas in the sixth inning, when three of the runs scored.

Nothing much to speak of on offense. 3B Drew Dosch went 3-for-4 with a walk and C Austin Wynns singled and doubled.

Aberdeen Ironbirds 4, Batavia Muckdogs 0

How does a team score four runs on just four singles and three walks? Rookie ball, man. It's ridiculous. In two innings the Ironbirds scored runs thanks to a combination of errors by the other team, walks, and a few hits. And in each of those innings the Ironbirds made the last out on the basepaths. Fundamentals, boys! Their last run was manufactured by CF Jay Gonzalez, who singled and stole two bases, then came in on a sacrifice fly.

Bennett Perry pitched five scoreless innings with only one hit allowed, but walked four. Dariel Delgado had a very good night, finishing the game with three innings of nine up, nine down baseball.

For the box scores and more details on these games, as well as the games of the Dominican Summer and Gulf Coast Leagues, check out

Today's Games

Norfolk Tides vs. Gwinnett Braves, 5:05 pm
Tides SP: Josh Stinson

Norfolk Tides vs. Gwinnett Braves, Game 2
Tides SP: Chris Jones

Bowie Baysox vs. Richmond Flying Squirrels, 6:30 pm
Baysox SP: TBD

Frederick Keys vs. Potomac Nationals, 7:05 pm
Keys SP: Brenden Kline

Delmarva Shorebirds @ Lakewood Blue Claws, 7:05 pm
Shorebirds SP: Luc Rennie

Aberdeen Ironbirds vs. Batavia Muckdogs, 7:05 pm
Ironbirds SP: TBD