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7-12, 3rd in AL East

Glasnow wins 4th in a row, Rays beat Orioles 4-2

Tyler Glasnow allowed two runs over seven innings in winning his fourth consecutive start to begin the season, Avisail Garcia drove in three runs, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 on Tuesday night for their seventh victory in...

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

It was an ugly Patriots Day showing for the Red Sox as the Orioles win 8-1 at Fenway Park to split the four-game series -- Chris Davis even hit his first home run of 2019. A makeshift lineup that featured Steve Pearce in left field and catcher Christian Vazquez at second base generated only four hits. It was a disappointing six-game homestand for the Red Sox, who go 3-3 against the Blue Jays and Orioles. Next up: Five games against the Yankees and red-hot Rays.

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Orioles manager Hyde ejected for first time

Orioles manager Brandon Hyde was tossed challenging the slide rule in Monday's game against the Red Sox, his first ejection as a major league manager.


Davis stops record skid at 0 for 54, O's top Red Sox 9-5

Chris Davis ended his record slump at 0 for 54 and drew applause from rival fans at Fenway Park, getting three hits and driving in four runs as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 9-5 Saturday to end a four-game losing streak.

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Orioles' Davis ends 0-for-54 streak, asks for ball

The Orioles' Chris Davis ended a record 0-for-54 streak at the plate with a two-run single off Boston pitcher Rick Porcello in the first inning of Saturday's game.

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Baltimore's Chris Davis got his first hit of the season Saturday, dropping in a two-run single in the first inning off Red Sox starter Rick Porcello. Davis ended an MLB-record 0-54 skid that began last season. After reaching base, he clapped his hands and called for the ball.


Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The patrons at Lee's Pint & Shell in Baltimore react to Eduardo Nunez catching Chris Davis' pinch-hit liner to end the game...and deprive them of open bar.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The scene outside Lee's Pint & Shell in Baltimore, where tonight it'll be two hours of open bar if Chris Davis gets a hit. Davis, who's mired in an 0-for-53 skid, isn't starting for the Orioles tonight against lefty Eduardo Rodriguez. But there's always pinch-hitting...

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Davis is on the bench again for the Orioles, but Khris Davis is mashing home runs against the Orioles. He's hit two home runs and now has 17 multi-homer games since 2016, one more than Giancarlo Stanton for most in the majors in that span.

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Nats-Orioles MASN dispute headed to arbitrator

A New York judge has denied the Nationals' attempt to block the Orioles from having an arbitrator determine whether baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred can decide yet another dispute between the teams over broadcast money from the Mid-Atlantic Sports...


Profar drives in 5, A's top O's 13-2; Davis doesn't play

Jurickson Profar got four hits, including a homer, and drove in a career-high five runs, leading Brett Anderson and the Oakland Athletics over the Baltimore Orioles 13-2 Tuesday night and ending a four-game losing streak.


Sunk Cost

Buster and Boog Sciambi discuss the Yankees rotation, the Chris Davis coverage, the best players under the age of 22, and the always interesting Alex Bregman (7:50). Plus, the "Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (27:21), Steve Wulf on Michael Jordan's career in the minor leagues (32:54), and Eddie Matz on Justin Verlander's quest to pitch into his mid-40s (43:11).

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average6.05
Quality Starts2
Batting Average.223
On Base Percentage.293
Slugging Percentage.364