Jake Arrieta couldn’t make it out of the fourth inning for the second straight time, and the Orioles dropped a 9-7 decision to the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night. He ended up with his third consecutive no-decision after getting staked to a 7-3 lead.
Torii Hunter homered and scored four runs, Jered Weaver pitched into the seventh inning and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Baltimore Orioles 13-1 Wednesday night for a two-game sweep.
On Tuesday night, the Baltimore Orioles were defeated by the Los Angeles Angels 7-3. In the game, Brian Matusz and three others were rocked to the tune of 17 hits and four home runs. Actually, we should give Luis Ayala a pass. He gave up a hit and no runs in his only inning of work.
Brian Matusz had another rocky start, and the Baltimore Orioles again struggled to come up with a clutch hit. That unsightly combination added up to a 7-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday night, the fifth defeat in seven games for the skidding Orioles.
For Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter, the best seat in the house was right in front of the television in the visiting clubhouse.
It didn’t take much for Jake Arrieta to unravel after he held the Angels to just one hit over the first four innings: A bad pickoff throw, a couple of well-placed hits and suddenly Los Angeles has a five-run inning.
Brian Matusz has a long way to go to surpass the major league record of 27 consecutive losses set by Anthony Young with the New York Mets almost 20 years ago.
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The Baltimore Orioles ‘ latest defeat in a season full of embarrassing ones will be remembered most for consecutive plays third baseman Josh Bell wasn’t able to execute with his team leading by two runs in the 12th inning, and a desperation bunt in the 12th inning by — of all people — slugger Mark Reynolds.
The Baltimore Orioles came up empty both times they had the bases loaded, making it extremely difficult to overcome an early five-run hole newcomer Jo-Jo Reyes put them in.