Joe Saunders and three relievers combined on a three-hitter and the charging Baltimore Orioles blanked Toronto 4-0 Monday, cutting their AL East deficit to one game.
Sunday’s game between the Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays has been postponed due to rain. The teams will play a single-admission doubleheader on Monday, September 24 beginning at 4:05 p.m., with all gates opening at 3:00. Game two will not start before 7:05.
The Baltimore Orioles have matched their win total of last year, and they’ve still got 36 games left to play. It’s an impressive accomplishment and one that barely caused a ripple in the clubhouse.
For the first time in eight games, the Toronto Blue Jays scored more than three runs.
With roughly a third of the MLB season already complete, the profile of the American League East looks almost entirely different than one might expect.
The Baltimore Orioles couldn’t salvage anything from their trip to Toronto. Adam Jones is hoping a day off will get his team ready for what remains of an important road trip.
For the first time this season, the Baltimore Orioles have dropped three straight series. Orioles outfielder Adam Jones doesn’t want this latest defeat to end in a sweep.
Tommy Hunter is struggling, and Toronto was the last place he wanted to pitch. As usual, things didn’t work out too well for him north of the border.
The Baltimore Orioles have activated infielder Mark Reynolds and placed right-hander Stu Pomeranz on the 15-day disabled list with a torn muscle in his side, a move retroactive to Saturday.
The Orioles are #1 in the AL East at 11-7 on the season. Got a big 3-0 win Wednesday night. Pedro Strop picked up his second save as Jim Johnson recovers from the flu. The season is off to a great start. Although they may have been skeptics in the off-season, The Norris & Davis Show gave props to Dan Duquette’s vision to this point.
Jason Hammel pitched seven innings of four-hit ball, Wilson Betemit and Chris Davis homered, and the Baltimore Orioles blanked the Toronto Blue Jays 3-0 Wednesday night.
Tommy Hunter allowed three hits over six innings, Matt Wieters homered off the glove of left fielder Eric Thames, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-1 on Tuesday night.