The Orioles host the Toronto Blue Jays in the second game of a three-game series at Camden Yards.
3rd & 7 37yd
3rd & 7 37yd
Buck notes: Tomorrow’s starter depends on tonight, and “certainly an extended outing from Dylan would help;” Tate/Rogers will have another workday before they decide what to do with them; Cobb’s flatground “sounds like that went pretty good;” Ortiz likely done. #Orioles
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Mancini slides head first with a leadoff triple on fly ball down the LF line and off the wall. Better throw to 3B might have gotten him. #Orioles have runner on third, no outs for Davis in the fourth.
by Eduardo A. Encinavia twitter9/19/2018 12:04:10 AM
Mancini thrown out tagging on Valera fly ball to CF. The catcher dropped the ball, but picked it up to tag Mancini, who according to umps never touched the plate. This will get challenged and reviewed. #Orioles
by Eduardo A. Encinavia twitter9/19/2018 12:07:00 AM
Call is overturned. Mancini is safe. #Orioles up 2-0.
by Eduardo A. Encinavia twitter9/19/2018 12:08:24 AM
Breyvic Valera gets a steak for his sacrifice fly, on which Trey Mancini was judged to have gotten his hand on home plate via replay review. The Orioles lead 2-0.
DJ Stewart breaks his duck with a 2-2 single to right field, then alertly takes second on a bad relay throw to the infield, then alertly takes third on errant throw from left field and is granted home run when ball goes into photo well. His first hit was Little League home run.
Bundy was one batter away from getting through seven and stranding two on. But he walked McGuire to load the bases with two outs and now Fry will enter to fast lefty Billy McKinney. #Orioles clinging to a 4-2 lead.
by Eduardo A. Encinavia twitter9/19/2018 1:09:29 AM
Steve Wilkerson short-hops a throw to first base past Trey Mancini, and two runs score. Four balls hit his way in this now four-run seventh inning were in or off his glove. The Orioles got one out from them, and trail 6-4.
#Orioles have lost their 108th game of 2018 -- setting a new record for losses in a season -- with 6-4 loss to #BlueJays . Toronto scores four in the seventh. With 11 games left, O's could still match AL record of 119 losses ('03 Tigers) if they lose out.
by Eduardo A. Encinavia twitter9/19/2018 1:55:22 AM
Orioles lose, 6-4. Their 108 losses are the most in team history. Bundy: 6 2/3 IP, 2 ER. They scored in some wacky ways, but gave it up all the same.