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Chris Tillman's elbow passed the test Monday. The Baltimore Orioles right-hander logged a stellar performance against his former franchise in a 10-4 win over the Mariners at Seattle. Tillman, who hadn't pitched since leaving his Sept. 2 outing with discomfort in his pitching elbow, threw 91 pitches in six innings. He allowed one run on a solo homer by Michael Saunders, one of three hits he permitted. Tillman struck out four without walking a batter. Bouncing back from the setback was big for Tillman and the Orioles, who were in need of a solid start after losing right-hander Jason Hammel to another injury and dropping two of three in Oakland. Throwing Tillman against the Mariners was a start. He's 4-0 and with a 0.97 ERA in four career starts against the Mariners, who traded him to Baltimore along with Adam Jones in the deal 2008 that sent Erik Bedard to Seattle. In 27 2/3 innings against his former organization, Tillman has 21 strikeouts and six walks. Tillm...
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The Baltimore Orioles are throwing 19-year-old pitching prospect Dylan Bundy into the middle of a pennant race.
Baltimore recalled Bundy from Double-A Bowie on Wednesday. The right-hander will provide depth in the bullpen for the Orioles, who played an 18-inning game against the Mariners on Tuesday night and have an upcoming doubleheader against Toronto on Monday.
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A Winning Season
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“It’s just another step,” reliever Brian Matusz said following Sunday’s 9-5 win over the Oakland A’s. “It’s a great feeling to...
The Baltimore Orioles have pretty much had their way with the Seattle Mariners this season, and Chris Tillman has been a major reason for that.
Tillman and the Orioles will look to continue their dominance of the last-place club when the teams begin a three-game series Monday night at Safeco Field.
Baltimore holds a 2 1/2-game lead over the Los Angeles Angels for the AL's second...
Taylor Teagarden stroked a pinch-hit RBI single to right in the 18th inning to help give the Baltimore Orioles a 4-2 comeback victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.
The win allowed the Orioles (84-64) to pull within a percentage point of the Yankees (83-63) for the lead in the AL East. The Yankees were rained out Tuesday and will play a split double-header with Toronto...
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The Baltimore Orioles initially had said that they would not
promote their top pitching prospect, right-hander Dylan Bundy. A
pennant race and an 18-inning game have a way of changing a
teamâs best-laid plans.