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Orioles minor league recap 4/23: Delmarva keeps on winning

Bowie managed only three hits against Erie, and a 21-year-old center fielder delivered some clutch hitting for the Shorebirds.

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Erie Seawolves (Tigers) 5, Bowie Baysox 0

The Baysox managed only three hits in their shutout loss to the Seawolves. Nick Ramirez, a 29-year-old minor leaguer, blanked Bowie through six innings, before Anthony Castro finished them off.

Yusniel Diaz, Ademar Rifaela and Jesmuel Valentin recorded the three hits for Bowie. The Baysox did not record an extra base hit.

Tyler Herb took the loss for the Baysox. In 4.2 innings, he allowed all five of Erie’s runs on eight base hits. He did manage to strike out seven in the contest. Zach Muckenhirn finished off the fifth inning before tossing a scoreless sixth, and Pedro Araujo threw two scoreless frames.

Eight of Erie’s nine hitters recorded at least one hit. Cam Gibson led the charge going 3-4 with an RBI and two runs scored.

Delmarva Shorebirds 5, Asheville Tourists (Rockies) 2

Asheville scored the first two runs in the top of the third, but Delmarva kept the Tourists off the board after that. Adam Hall singled and trimmed the lead to one in the bottom of the third, and the Shorebirds broke through with four runs in the seventh inning.

Doran Turchin, the Orioles 14th selection in the 2018 draft, cleared the bases with a three-run double to center field. Turchin finished 2-3 on the evening and also worked a walk. Matt De La Rosa picked up the win with two scoreless innings in relief.

Box scores for last night’s games can be found here.

Tuesday’s scheduled games:

Norfolk at Columbus, 6:35. Starter: Luis Ortiz

Bowie at Erie, 6:05. Starter: Bruce Zimmermann

Frederick at Fayetteville, 7:00 Starter: Brenan Hanifee

Delmarva vs. Asheville, 7:05. Starter: Ofelky Peralta