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Topic - Buck Showalter
Jonathan Schoop had recorded the first three-hit game of his young career by the seventh inning Friday night.
Baltimore starter Bud Norris could use a little offensive support, although he was pleased to see how quickly his teammates came to his defense.
Two days into his second call-up of the season, Brock Holt was the center of attention in Boston's clubhouse.
Wei-Yin Chen pitched better than he had all season, and Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Chris Archer was never worse.
Three starts into his four-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles, Ubaldo Jimenez is 0-3 with a 7.31 ERA.
Masahiro Tanaka made Adam Jones look silly in his first two at-bats. Still, the All-Star center fielder who is always at the ready with a not-so-safe opinion wasn't all that impressed by the young Japanese pitcher.
Two games into his career with the Baltimore Orioles, Ubaldo Jimenez is still in search of his first win.
Chris Tillman gave up only one run in a second straight start.
There will almost certainly be times this season when Ubaldo Jimenez makes a couple mistakes on the mound without any consequences.
Jonathan Schoop tried to say he just had something in his eye. Then he came clean.
On his 28th birthday last week, Chris Davis forked his way through a massive piece of peanut-butter cream pie.
Delmon Young drove in two runs to continue his spring tear for a Baltimore Orioles' split-squad and the Tampa Bay Rays' ninth-inning rally fell short as the AL East rivals tied 4-4 Wednesday night.
The transformation of the Baltimore Orioles clubhouse under manager Buck Showalter is complete.
Manny Machado is trying not to think when he'll play next for the Baltimore Orioles. On Sunday, manager Buck Showalter announced the All-Star third baseman will start the season on the disabled list.
Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado will start the season on the 15-day disabled, manager Buck Showalter announced on Sunday.
"He was good. He deserved a better fate," Baltimore manager Buck Showalter said. "We just weren't able to do a lot offensively."
"It's emotional. Ross is a good player - a good catcher and a pro," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.