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Orioles minor league rundown, 5/31/2015

A little more of this, Mr. Sisco...
A little more of this, Mr. Sisco...
Joey Gardner

Norfolk Tides 7, Scranton Wilkes-Barre Rail Riders 2

Zach Davies shook off a rough start and lasted 5.2 innings striking out five. Jorge Rondon pitched a perfect inning and Ben Rowen notched a hold in his second scoreless appearance against the Rail Riders on the weekend. Henry Urrutia finished a solid month with a two doubles in four appearances. Urrutia slashed .298/.383/.426 in May. Michael Almanzar had two singles and a double while Chris Parmalee had his customary single and walk.

Bowie Baysox 6, Harrisburg Senators 4

The Baysox mounted a furious ninth inning comeback to walk off the Senators to maintain their grip on second place in the Eastern League's Western Division. Quincy Latimore's grand slam sealed the deal. Latimore has enjoyed a strong run at home this season (.260/.345/.520). Glynn Davis and Mike Yastrzemski each reached base twice. Mikey O'Brien picked up the win with a scoreless inning in his organizational debut.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Here&#39;s video of Quincy Latimore&#39;s walk-off grand slam from this afternoon&#39;s game with call from <a href="">@PohlAdam</a> <a href=""></a> <a href="">@masnSteve</a></p>&mdash; Bowie Baysox (@BowieBaysox) <a href="">May 31, 2015</a></blockquote>
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Frederick Keys 1, Lynchburg HillCats 9

Austin Urban and Jarrett Miller walked eight batters while opponents continued to run wild on Chance Sisco (four steals) as the Keys dropped their second straight game to Lynchburg. Dylan Rheault was somewhat able to restore order, allowing a run over 3.2 innings. Trey Mancini hit his fifth homer of the month.

Delmarva Shorebirds 3, West Virginia Power 4 (10)

The Shorebirds offense is not quite a well-oiled machine, but Jay Gonzalez continues to faithfully execute the duties of a leadoff hitter. The centerfielder from the University of Mount Olive walked three times to bring his season total to 33 and his OBP back up to .383. Josh Walker was decent in his season debut allowing three baserunners and an earned run over four innings. Groundball machine Stefan Crichton (52.7% on the season) allowed a run in three innings and struck out three.

Full boxscores are available at here.

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FR: Mitch Horacek