Despite the loss, Baltimore went 5-2 on a homestand that began with a sweep of the Atlanta Braves.
Coming off two straight high-scoring games decided by a single run, the Baltimore Orioles were delighted with a victory devoid of anxiety and stress.
One night after their comeback bid fell short, the Baltimore Orioles pulled off their biggest come-from-behind win of the season at the expense of the trade-ravaged Detroit Tigers.
Nolan Reimold had a two-run double among three hits Sunday, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-2 for their second straight win after a four-game skid.
With one big swing, Chris Davis helped Baltimore pull out of a hitting funk.
Darren O’Day was the reliever responsible for Baltimore’s first loss of the season when leading after seven innings.
DETROIT — Jonathan Schoop hit a three-run homer — part of Baltimore’s six-run fourth inning against Justin Verlander — and the Orioles routed the Detroit Tigers 9-3 on Sunday. Adam Jones also homered for the […]
As far as Chris Tillman is concerned, this masterful performance was merely a good beginning.
After another night of missed chances — popups with men on base and hard-hit balls that became outs — Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter was philosophical.
Bryce Harper got Washington started with his 26th home run, and Danny Espinoza subsequently added a three-run shot to propel the Nationals to a 7-4 victory Saturday night.