Orioles manager Buck Showalter expressed confidence that shortstop J.J. Hardy will be in Tuesday night's lineup against the Astros after leaving today's game prior to the top of the eighth inning with back tightness. "I think he's going to be OK tomorrow," Showalter said following a 4-3 win at Camden...
MASN Sports 13 hours ago
They were facing the American League's ERA leader, who had given up just one homer all year over nine starts and 64 2/3 innings. Then the Orioles hit two homers today to beat Houston's Dallas Keuchel and the Astros 4-3...
Houston Chronicle 13 hours ago
BALTIMORE — Dallas Keuchel allowed more home runs Monday than he had in nine previous starts in a 4-3 Astros loss to the Orioles on a beautiful Memorial Day afternoon at Camden Yards. Keuchel gave up a two-run shot to Steve Pearce with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning, turning over a […]
Houston Chronicle 14 hours ago
BALTIMORE — There are still some family-style Italian restaurants here Rich Dauer and his wife love. The entirety of Dauer’s 10-year major league career came with the Orioles. Now the Astros first-base coach, Dauer sat in an empty dugout early Monday at Camden Yards to make some calls. This was never his home stadium, with […]
Orioles shortstop says he wanted to stay in, but agreed Buck Showalter made right decisionOrioles shortstop says he wanted to stay in, but agreed Buck Showalter made right decision
School of Roch | MASN Sports 13 hours ago
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy left today's game after the seventh inning with back tightness, according to a team spokesman. Hardy didn't play yesterday in the series finale against the Marlins in Miami. Manager Buck Showalter said he wanted to rest Hardy and keep him healthy, which included not using him...