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Orioles minor league rundown, 4/19/2015

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The Tides roll; the Baysox avoid a sweep and the Keys fade away...

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Bill Vaughan

Norfolk Tides 3, Durham Bulls 2

Tyler Wilson went a solid five innings and picked up the win as the Tides won their seventh game of the season. Pat McCoy and Oliver Drake shut the Bulls down the rest of the way with Drake picking up his first save of the season. Julio Borbon stole a pair of bases and drove in a run while Henry Urrutia doubled and drove in a run. Urrutia is slashing .325/.357/.450 on the young season. Perhaps his best stretch in the International League to date.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Steve Clevenger guns down Eugenio Velez stealing 2nd base - it&#39;s the 5th runner caught stealing by Clevenger this year (tied for most in IL)</p>&mdash; Norfolk Tides (@NorfolkTides) <a href="https://twitter.com/NorfolkTides/status/589855870571433987">April 19, 2015</a></blockquote>

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Bowie Baysox 10, Erie SeaWolves 8

The Baysox won a wild one and salvaged some dignity after dropping three straight to the SeaWolves. Despite allowing a homer and three walks, Tim Berry gutted out five innings. While the SeaWolves ran wild on the seemingly helpless Baysox (four steals), Berry managed a pickoff of the speedy Wynton Bernard. Sean Halton also threw out old friend Brendan Harris trying to score from second on a single and another SeaWolf trying to stretch a single into a double. Mike Yastrzemski singled, doubled, scored a run and got caught stealing. Mychal Givens allowed a run and struck out three in two innings.

Frederick Keys 3, Wilmington Blue Rocks 4

Well, someone had to win this one, but in this case, it wasn't the Keys. Hard throwing Haitian righty Williams Louico blew the save and was charged with the loss. Dylan Rheault and Jon Keller also featured in this bullpen start. Although Drew Dosch was hitless on the day, he walked and scored a run. Dosch's bat showed signs of life this series as he had six hits (including two doubles), two walks and a steal. Trey Mancini also doubled.

Delmarva Shorebirds @ Greensboro Grasshoppers (PPD.)

Full boxscores can be found here.

Today's Probables:

NOR: Mike Wright

BOW: Elih Villanueva

FRE: Mitch Horacek

DEL: Bennett Parry