12:45 AM EDT, Thu June 21, 2018
Federal Baseball 20 mins ago
Mark Trumbo powers Orioles to 3-0 win over the Nats

Mark Trumbo powers Orioles to 3-0 win over the Nats

There was rain, and lots of it. Yet the drought of offense in the nation’s capital made another appearance at the expense of the home team. The Washington Nationals have struggled to get their offense rolling through the first three months of the season and Wednesday was no different. Following a mid-game rain delay, the Nats were shut out 3-0 by the Baltimore Orioles to mark the fifth game this month Washington has failed to score. Gio Gonzalez started the contest for Washington but was only able to throw four innings before a storm forced the umpire crew to call for a delay. The...
Baltimore Sun 20 mins ago

Lengthy rain delay dampens Andrew Cashner's return to Orioles starting rotation

Orioles right-hander Andrew Cashner returned from the 10-day disabled list Wednesday night and showed no sign of the back injury that forced him out of the starting rotation for one start. He also showed no sign that his luck has changed. He pitched four shutout innings and allowed just three hits,...
Baltimore Sun 3 hours ago

After rocky first inning in rehab debut, Orioles' Chris Tillman has 'a lot of work to do still'

It’s difficult to look too much into Chris Tillman’s rocky rehabilitation assignment debut Wednesday night at Ripken Stadium. The Orioles right-hander was making his first truly competitive mound appearance in nearly six weeks — transitioning from pitching on the back fields in Sarasota, Fla.,...
Baltimore Sun 4 hours ago

Orioles leading 2-0 in Washington with game delayed by rain

With the Orioles leading 2-0 thanks to a home run by Mark Trumbo and four shutout innings from a returning Andrew Cashner, the tarpaulin came onto the field at Nationals Park for what has the makings of a lengthy rain delay Wednesday night. Though the Orioles didn't take batting practice because...
Baltimore Sun 5 hours ago

Orioles notes: Davis to return 'in the next couple days, for sure' as Showalter outlines prep work

Orioles first baseman Chris Davis should be back in the lineup in the next couple of days, manager Buck Showalter said.