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Series Summary

Final 1-2
Mon 9/11 3 @ 4
Tue 9/12 2 @ 3
Wed 9/13 2 @ 1
Camden Chat Sep 13, 2017
Orioles end six-game slide, beat Jays 2-1

Orioles end six-game slide, beat Jays 2-1

The Orioles finally win a game thanks to an impressive star from Gausman and early-inning offense This was how last night was supposed to go. The national nightmare is over. The Orioles have won a game, salvaging the series in Toronto by beating the Blue Jays 2-1 at Rogers Centre on Wednesday. Kevin Gausman was brilliant, and Zach Britton earned the save as the bats did just enough to win. You want offense? Well, look somewhere else. All three runs of this matchup were scored in the first three innings. From there, the two teams’ bats went silent. Instead of coming through in the clutch,...
Toronto Star Sep 13, 2017
Orioles edge Blue Jays in series finale

Orioles edge Blue Jays in series finale

The Jays now head out for a four-game series against the wild-card contending Minnesota Twins at Target Field.
Baltimore Sun Sep 13, 2017

Orioles score twice in first inning, hang on to beat Blue Jays, 2-1, and end slide at six games

The Orioles starting pitching couldn’t be blamed for this week’s struggles in Toronto. In three games against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, Orioles starters posted a combined 2.50 ERA. A day after wasting Dylan Bundy’s quality start in a walk-off loss to the Blue Jays, the Orioles did just enough...

Orioles notes: O's to keep Dylan Bundy on short leash with postseason in mind

Right-hander Dylan Bundy held the Blue Jays to one run over six innings in Tuesday’s 3-2 walk-off loss in Toronto, and even though Bundy had thrown just 89 pitches, manager Buck Showalter turned to the bullpen to start the seventh in a continuing effort to conserve Bundy’s innings. “I didn’t want...
Camden Chat Sep 13, 2017
Wednesday night Orioles game thread: at Blue Jays, 7:07

Wednesday night Orioles game thread: at Blue Jays, 7:07

The current Orioles losing streak has basically put the nail in the coffin for their season. They can still try to fight back to .500, starting tonight against the Blue Jays. Unless the Orioles go on a winning streak of Cleveland Indians proportions, their playoff hopes are toast and their season is effectively over. They won’t be mathematically eliminated for another week and a half, but it’s done. They have just lost too many games to be able to pretend otherwise. The Orioles haven’t gotten the memo that it’s time to play Chance Sisco and Austin Hays quite yet. That’s...
MASN Sports Sep 13, 2017

Faulkner outrighted, Orioles and Blue Jays lineups - School of Roch

Left-hander Andrew Faulkner cleared waivers and has been outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk. Faulkner joins Logan Verrett, Tyler Wilson and Jayson Aquino as pitchers who were outrighted since Sept. 5 after the Orioles designated them for assignment. Faulkner, 24, was 3-0...

Orioles on deck: What to watch Wednesday at Blue Jays

Orioles (71-74) vs. Blue Jays (68-77) Where: Rogers Centre First pitch: 7:07 p.m. TV/Radio: MASN2/105.7 The Fan Starting pitchers: Orioles RHP Kevin Gausman (10-10, 4.99 ERA) vs. Blue Jays RHP Marcus Stroman (11-7, 3.18) What to watch 1. Giving it all back. The Orioles are about to give their entire...

After erratic workload, Orioles closer Zach Britton finds trouble converting four-out save opportunity

You can’t get save opportunities when your team doesn’t have the lead, so Orioles closer Zach Britton hadn’t had many recently before his blown save Tuesday night in the Orioles’ 3-2 loss to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. When Britton entered the game with two-on and two-out in the eighth inning...
CBS Baltimore Sep 12, 2017
Blue Jays Rally In Ninth To Beat Slumping Orioles 3-2

Blue Jays Rally In Ninth To Beat Slumping Orioles 3-2

Zach Britton's second blown save of the season came at a particularly bad time for the slumping Baltimore Orioles.
Blue Bird Banter Sep 12, 2017
Blue Jays walkoff the Orioles in 3-2 win!

Blue Jays walkoff the Orioles in 3-2 win!

Orioles 2 Blue Jays 3 Another night, another one run win over Baltimore to push them further out of the fringes of contention. In the end, the Blue Jays overcame a litany of missed opportunities that were poised to send them to defeat. Joe Biagini spun an absolute gem over the first six innings, allowing just three singles that he scattered while needing only about 60 pitches. He only struck out one (Chris Davis), but piled up 12 ground balls and a couple of popouts in a dominant showing of contact management. Unfortunately, he could not hold the Orioles totally in check, and the tenuous...

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