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Orioles minors 4/25: Mancini makes AAA debut

Only two affiliates in action last night and they both lost.

Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Norfolk Tides 1, Louisville Bats (Get it?) 4

Old friend Tim Adlemen shut down the Tides over seven innings. Recent Bowie transplants Garabez Rosa and Trey Mancini were 0-9 with five strikeouts between them and the team was 0-7 with RISP. Not much to get hype about with Mancini's Triple-A debut there.

In a rare twist, Singlin' Henry Urrutia doubled. Christian Walker had a pair of singles. The pitching for the Tides was not particularly good or bad, but simply didn't do enough to win on this day.

Bowie Baysox 6, Richmond Flying Squirrels 8

After a weathering a couple big innings early on, the Baysox kept chipping away and may have pulled it out with a couple more innings to work with. Jayson Aquino was pretty bad. The Dominican lefty allowed eleven hits and seven runs in four innings.

"King" Julio Borbon was 4-5 and Quincy Latimore singled, homered and walked. If you happen to be wondering, "what happened to that charming young Joey Terdoslavich," he was 0-3 with a walk. The Baysox were 2-12 with RISP.

Today's Probables

Norfolk: Terry Doyle

Bowie: Joe Gunkel

Frederick: Matt "Grimey" Grimes

Delmarva: Francisco Jimenez

Full boxscores are available at milb.com.