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Mike Wright leaves game with injury (updated) - School of Roch

Orioles pitcher Mike Wright left tonight's game with an injury with one out in the fifth inning and a runner on first base. The Orioles are losing 6-1 and digging into their bullpen. Wright replaced starter Wei-Yin Chen with one...

Baltimore Sun

Orioles notebook: Chris Tillman expected to have his next start pushed back

Chris Tillman has continued to see improvement with his sprained left ankle, but Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he doesn't expect the right-hander to make his scheduled start Monday in Oakland. Tillman suffered the injury in the ninth inning of his start Wednesday and missed his scheduled...

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Mike Wright may have strained calf muscle - School of Roch

Rookie pitcher Mike Wright may have strained his left calf muscle tonight. He's expected to undergo an MRI on Saturday to determine the severity of his injury, and the Orioles may be forced to call up another reliever. Wright limped off the field in the top of the fifth inning...

Tampa Bay Times

One swing enough to doom Rays against Orioles

ST. PETERSBURG — Any momentum from the Rays' much-needed, comeback win over the Orioles on Friday night disappeared less than 24 hours later with one poor inning.

Tampa Tribune

Lack of offense hounds Rays again in 5-2 loss to Orioles

ST. PETERSBURG -- The Tampa Bay Rays continued their summer of slumber on Sunday, displaying a typical lack of clutch hitting in a 5-2 loss to the Baltimore Orioles. The Rays, who have lost eight of their last nine series, dropped to 7-14 in July, the worst record in the majors this month. Since

MASN Sports

Orioles going for series win to conclude road trip - School of Roch

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - A win today will return the Orioles to third place in the American League East, a half-game ahead of the Rays, who are 25-28 at home. The Orioles are 18-14 in the last game of a...

The Ledger

Baltimore 5, Tampa Bay 1: 1 Swing Erases All Of Rays' Optimism

Any momentum from the Rays' much-needed, comeback win over the Orioles on Friday night disappeared less than 24 hours later with one poor inning.

Tampa Bay Times

Moore struggles again as Rays lose to Orioles

ST. PETERSBURG — The Rays continued their slide Sunday afternoon, getting another rough start from Matt Moore in a 5-2 loss to Baltimore at Tropicana Field. The Rays (49-51) have now lost eight of their past nine series (including three in a row) and have dropped 21 of their past 30 games.

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Wrapping up a 5-2 win - School of Roch

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Maybe the sky isn't falling. It's hard to tell inside a dome. The Orioles were swept in the Bronx, but they also took two of three from the Tigers and Rays to move within a game...

Tampa Tribune

Grand slam helps Orioles defeat Rays at Tropicana Field

ST. PETERSBURG -- One pitch, a fastball that was supposed to be down and in but got too much of the plate and sailed more than 400 feet to right-center field with the bases-loaded, was the ball game. It happened in the third inning Saturday night at Tropicana Field, plenty of time for a team to

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Matt Wieters out of Orioles starting lineup with stiff back

Matt Wieters is out of the starting lineup for today's series finale in Tampa Bay after complaining of back stiffness after catching Saturday's 5-1 win over the Rays.

Tampa Tribune

Rays rally late, come back to beat Orioles 3-1

The Rays rallied for a much-needed victory Friday night against the Baltimore Orioles.

Tampa Bay Times

Rays-Orioles Saturday preview

Rays vs. Orioles When/where: 6:10 tonight; Tropicana Field

Tampa Bay Times

Tim Beckham, Rays rally past Orioles

The Rays find a needed bright spot with a three-run rally in the eighth.

Baltimore Sun

Saturday's lineups for Orioles-Rays at Tropicana Field

Here are the lineups for Saturday night's Orioles-Rays game at Tropicana Field:

The Ledger

Tampa bay 3, Baltimore 1: A Rare Rays Rally

Tim Beckham snapped an eighth-inning tie with a two-out, bases-loaded single that gave the Tampa Bay Rays a 3-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Friday night.

MASN Sports

Wieters and Showalter on the trade deadline (and game update) - School of Roch

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Catcher Matt Wieters could more easily ignore the non-waiver trade deadline in past years, his importance to the Orioles or his elbow surgery cementing his status in the organization. A pending free agent on a team...

Boston Herald

Red Sox Notebook: Dustin Pedroia stays on bench

Hamstring injuries have a tendency to linger, and that appears to be the case with Dustin Pedroia’s latest ailment.Last night, after a scheduled off day on Thursday in Houston, Pedroia missed the team’s series opener against the Detroit Tigers with more soreness in the same right hamstring he injured June 24 against the Orioles.

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On the offense, tonight's game and a scoring change - School of Roch

ST. PETERBURG, Fla. - What else can Orioles manager Buck Showalter do in an attempt to ignite his offense? Showalter tinkered with his lineup again yesterday, putting Jimmy Paredes in the leadoff spot against Rays starter Chris Archer. Paredes struck out in all four at-bats. Ryan Flaherty batted second and...

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Orioles and Rays lineups - School of Roch

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Coming off getting swept in New York, the Orioles will have a shaken-up lineup for the opener vs. the Rays, starting at the top. Designated hitter Jimmy Paredes will lead off for the first time this season. Manny Machado has been moved down to third in...

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Orioles hoping to regroup against the Rays - School of Roch

Can the Orioles regroup and take out their frustrations this weekend on the Tampa Bay Rays? Can they make the idea of being buyers instead of sellers seem like a worthy endeavor? This team is seven games out of first place - its largest deficit in two years - 4...

Tampa Tribune

Rays notes: Team brings sense of urgency to homestand

ST. PETERSBURG -- The Rays begin a six-game homestand tonight with the Orioles that ends with three games against the Tigers. All three teams are trying to get back in playoff races, and all three are under .500. After a less-than-stellar road trip, the Rays return to Tropicana Field, the

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Opposite dugout: Rays are showing signs that they're fading from contention - Orioles Buzz

Opposite dugout: Rays have faded since strong start, but still in wild card race

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O's game blog: Can Orioles bounce back against Tampa Bay? - Steve Melewski

Remember when the American League East standings were so tightly bunched? Not anymore as New York has separated itself from the pack. Tonight two teams that have fallen back meet in St. Petersburg. The Tampa Bay Rays (48-49) host the...

Tampa Bay Times

Rays-Orioles Friday preview

Rays vs. Orioles When/where: 7:10 tonight, Tropicana Field

Tampa Bay Times

Rays: Historic homer facts about Nathan Karns

Today: off Next game: vs. Orioles, 7:10 p.m. Friday. Probable pitchers: Rays — RH Chris Archer (9-7, 2.73); Orioles — RH Chris Tillman (7-7, 4.96) On deck

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Orioles and Tigers lineups - School of Roch

Jonathan Schoop is starting at second base for the third consecutive day, a first since his knee injury, as the Orioles conclude their series in Detroit. Chris Parmelee is batting ninth again. Travis Snider is in left field. The Orioles are trying to win their first series in July. They've...