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O's minors roundup; 4/30

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Three of the four full-year affiliates found success last night.

Paul Janish
Paul Janish
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Norfolk 5, Indianapolis 1

"Chad Kuhl fired six scoreless innings, but the Indianapolis Indians were undone by a late Norfolk rally on Saturday at Victory Field. Kuhl allowed just two hits while striking out three. His outing extended the growing dominance of Indians starters, who have now allowed just one run in their last 30 innings combined. Norfolk (9-14) has managed just one run in 24 innings against the Tribe's starters this season, but now leads the season series 3-1." Paul Janish went 2-4 and Christian Walker went 2 for 3 while Francisco Pena had 2 RBI in the win. Starter Nick Additon pitched 6.1 innings with 6 strikeouts and only 2 runs allowed on 4 hits and 2 walks.

Bowie 3, Harrisburg 2

"Chris Lee worked a season-high seven innings and the Baysox held on late to upend Harrisburg 3-2 on Saturday night. With the win, Lee became the third pitcher to four wins in the Eastern League. Lee worked seven efficient innings, allowing six hits and a run to notch the win. He threw just 82 pitches to get through seven innings. He has won all four of his 2016 appearances."

Frederick 8, Winston-Salem 9

"The Winston-Salem Dash scored seven times in the top of the eighth to defeat the Frederick Keys 9-8 on Saturday afternoon at Nymeo Field. It was the largest blown lead of the season for the orange and black, who entered the eighth with a five-run advantage. With the setback, the Keys close out the month with a 7-16 record. Trailing 7-2, the Dash sent 11 men to bat and recorded seven hits. Austin Urban opened the inning, but was removed after giving out two singles and a walk. Jimmy Yacabonis was summoned from the bullpen, and allowed a two-run double to Mason Robbins and a two-run single to Grant Massey."

Delmarva 2, Charleston 1 (10)

"On a night where Delmarva pitching dominated the Charleston RiverDogs to the tune of a season-high 18 strikeouts, Gerrion Grim stole the headlines by delivering with a tenth inning, walk-off single to center field. The Shorebirds earned their 13th win of the season and tied the weekend series with Charleston with two games to play in the 2-1 win Saturday night at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. Ofelky Peralta dazzled all night long in his best career start. He sent down 10 RiverDogs on strikes in a fascinating performance. Peralta allowed just one run on two hits in five innings."

Today's Probables

Norfolk: TBA

Bowie: Jason Garcia

Frederick: Matthew Grimes

Delmarva: Brian Gonzalez