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2018 Schedule
14-31, 5th in AL East
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2h

Orioles recall RHP Hess to start vs. Red Sox

The Orioles recalled right-hander David Hess from Triple-A Norfolk to start Sunday against the Red Sox, and optioned left-hander Donnie Hart to make room.

O's snap skid to Red Sox (1:11)
Schoop sends one over the Green Monster (0:15)
Machado wags finger at pickoff attempt (0:26)
Vazquez can't handle throw, O's take lead (0:28)
2d

BBTN: Tex Speaks Out, Showalter Gets Frustrated, Bochy Calls Out Umps

Buster & Karl Ravech discuss Mark Teixeira's comments on Robinson Cano, Buck Showalter's frustrations with his club, Bruce Bochy vs. umpires and more (:25). Plus, Jessica Mendoza on the Dodgers' struggles and the SNB matchup (28:28) and Tom Hamilton with some "Inside Heat" on the Indians (46:11).

3d

Price stymies Orioles, goes distance in 6-2 win

David Price took a shutout into the ninth inning and held Baltimore to five hits in his first complete game this season, leading the Boston Red Sox past the Orioles 6-2 on Thursday night.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

David Price was one strike away from finishing off his first shutout since 2015 when Manny Machado crushed a two-run homer over the Green Monster seats. It was Machado's 14th home run, breaking an eight-way tie at 13 home runs and giving him the major league lead. Maybe the Orioles need to keep Machado at least until the All-Star Game. Who represents the Orioles otherwise?

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3dKeith Law

Keith Law's 2018 Mock Draft 2.0

While you're watching The Show, your favorite team is buzzing about draft day. Here are the first-round picks they prize most.

7d

Rickard homers twice, Orioles rout Rays 17-1

Joey Rickard had his first big league multihomer game and drove in four runs following his recall from the minor leagues, and the Baltimore Orioles scored their most runs in three years in a 17-1 rout over the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday.

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9d

Struggling Tillman goes on DL with strained back

A day after lasting less than two innings in a start against Kansas City, the Baltimore Orioles placed right-hander Chris Tillman on the 10-day disabled list with a lower-back strain. The team recalled reliever Jimmy Yacabonis from Triple-A.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs186Tied-22nd
Batting Average.23224th
On Base Percentage.29729th
Slugging Percentage.40119th
Earned Run Average5.0828th
Quality Starts18Tied-22nd
WHIP1.5029th
BAA.28130th