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2019 Schedule
39-83, 5th in AL East
Mookie crushes solo homer as Red Sox top Orioles (0:20)
20h

Benintendi, Porcello lead Red Sox past Orioles, 9-1

Andrew Benintendi and Mitch Moreland each hit RBI triples in the fourth inning, Rick Porcello held the Orioles to one run over six innings, and the Boston Red Sox topped Baltimore 9-1 on Friday night.

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4d

DeCinces avoids prison for insider training

Former major leaguer Doug DeCinces was sentenced to time served -- one day in prison -- along with eight months of home detention and two years of probation following a conviction for insider training. He also was fined $10,000.

5d

Torres (13 homers vs Os) lifts Yanks to doubleheader sweep

Gleyber Torres hit three more home runs, including a pair of three-run drives in the night game that gave him 13 of New York's record 59 long balls against Baltimore this season, and the Yankees completed a doubleheader sweep with an 11-8 win on...

5d

Gregorius, Yanks thump Orioles 8-5 in doubleheader opener

Didi Gregorius, Gleyber Torres, Gio Urshela and Cameron Maybin kept up a record home run barrage against Baltimore, powering the New York Yankees to an 8-5 victory in a day-night doubleheader opener Monday that extended their winning streak against...

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

After giving up two first-inning home runs against the Yankees, the Orioles have set the American League record for homers allowed in a season at 243 -- and yes, it's August 12. Now it's just a matter of when, not if, Baltimore will surpass Cincinnati's MLB mark of 258 set in 2016.

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6dDavid Purdum

Orioles' upset of Astros one of biggest in 15 years

Baltimore, with its 8-7 victory Sunday over Houston, turned in one of the biggest MLB upsets in 15 years after entering the game a +420 underdog at some U.S. sportsbooks.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

How big of a win was the Orioles' dramatic walk-off victory over the Astros? You can call it the upset of the year -- or even bigger. The Astros closed as -450 favorites at Caesars Sportsbook, the biggest favorite of the season and the second biggest over the past 15 years, according to BetLabSports.com. In 2016, the Dodgers were -485 in a game versus the Braves.

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6d

Walk-off win for O's day after 23-2 loss to Stros

Rio Ruiz hit a two-run homer with two outs in the ninth inning to carry the Baltimore Orioles over Houston 8-7 Sunday, ending the Astros' eight-game winning streak in stunning fashion.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

The Houston Astros are the biggest favorites of the season today against the Baltimore Orioles. The Astros closed as -450 favorites at Caesars Sportsbook. Other sportsbooks went even higher, listing Houston as high as -550 at Station Casinos sportsbooks in Nevada. The Los Angeles Dodgers were -485 favorites over the Atlanta Braves in 2016, the largest price on a favorite in an MLB game in at least the last 15 seasons, according to sports betting database BetLabSports.com.

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7d

Alvarez's 3 homers help Astros hang 23 on O's

Rookie Yordan Alvarez hit three of Houston's six home runs and drove in a career-high seven runs to help the Astros to the highest-scoring game in franchise history with a 23-2 rout of the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday night.

Davis: 'Everybody has their breaking point' (1:05)
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8dEddie Matz

Orioles' Davis reached 'breaking point' before spat

Two days after Orioles first baseman Chris Davis had to be restrained from going after manager Brandon Hyde in the dugout, Davis said Friday that the two have talked and their relationship will be fine.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Orioles slugger Chris Davis discusses the scuffle he had with manager Brandon Hyde on Wednesday.

9d

BBTN: Playoff Races, Davis Meltdown, Karabell

Keith Law fills in for Buster and speaks to Eric Karabell about last night's Chris Davis meltdown, tight playoff races and more (1:26). Plus, Joe Sheehan of Baseball Prospectus discusses the Mets' playoff hopes (23:59).

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10dEddie Matz

O's Davis clashes with manager Hyde in dugout

Orioles slugger Chris Davis was involved in a dugout dust-up with manager Brandon Hyde during Wednesday night's game and had to be restrained by teammate Mark Trumbo and hitting coach Don Long.

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10dEddie Matz

Yanks mash 5 more HRs vs. O's, break MLB mark

The Yankees continued their season-long pummeling of Orioles pitching on Wednesday, hitting five home runs to up their season total against the O's to 52 and break the record for home runs against an opponent in one season.

10d

Yankees hit 5 HRs, rip Orioles 14-2 for 8th straight win

Gio Urshela and Kyle Higashioka each hit two home runs, and the Yankees' long-ball outburst against the Baltimore Orioles reached historical proportions Wednesday night in a 14-2 blowout that extended New York's winning streak to eight games.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees bashed five more home runs, giving them 43 in 10 games at Camden Yards this season and five games with at least five home runs. Meanwhile, the Orioles have allowed 2+ home runs in 12 straight games (yes, a record). In that span they've allowed 42 home runs in 106.1 innings. But they're actually 5-7 in those games. Baseball in 2019!

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs532
Batting Average.245
On Base Percentage.306
Slugging Percentage.410
Earned Run Average5.95
Quality Starts29
WHIP1.50
BAA.275