Last Game Postponed

Sat, Jun 6
vs Houston Astros (0-0)
  • Oriole Park at Camden Yards
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AL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
BAL 0-0 0-0
BOS 0-0 0-0
TOR 0-0 0-0
NYY 0-0 0-0
TB 0-0 0-0

Schedule

Regular season
vs TOR
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vs TOR
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@ CHC
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@ CHC
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vs HOU
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vs HOU
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vs HOU
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vs MIN
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vs MIN
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vs MIN
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Top Orioles News

  • Orioles' Trey Mancini: Expects to miss 2020 season

    Mancini revealed Tuesday in an essay posted on The Players' Tribune that he will require six months of treatment for his battle with colon cancer and noted that he will likely miss the entire 2020 season. "If baseball returns in 2020, it will probably be without me," Mancini wrote.

    After missing time early in spring training with what was labeled as an illness, Mancini was determined to have a malignant tumor in his colon and required surgery to address the matter March 12. Major League Baseball suspended its season that same day, and even with the hiatus likely continue at least until some point in May, Mancini doesn't appear as though he'll be ready to rejoin the Orioles when teams are allowed to resume training. Instead, Mancini's activity will be limited while he undergoes rounds of chemotherapy treatment every two weeks for the next six months, effectively ruling him out for the season. The 28-year-old is optimistic that he'll be able to make a full recovery and resume his career in 2021.

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  • Orioles' Trey Mancini: Still months away

    Orioles general manager Mike Elias said Monday that Mancini's recovery timeline will be measured in months rather than weeks after the slugger underwent surgery in March to remove a malignant tumor from his colon, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.

    Elias relayed that while Mancini is on track to make a full recovery from the emergency procedure, the 28-year-old won't be rushed back into action. Major League Baseball has yet to outline a clear target date for teams to resume training, but based on Elias' comments, Mancini looks like he'll still be restricted in workouts -- if not withheld entirely -- even if the league-wide suspension extends into the middle of the summer.

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  • Orioles' Shawn Armstrong: Should fill key bullpen role

    Armstrong is expected to fill a key setup role for the Orioles to begin the 2020 season coming off a dominant spring training, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.

    Heading into the spring, Armstrong already looked like one of the safer bets to crack the Opening Day bullpen, and he only strengthened his standing on the depth chart with his performance in camp. Over his four Grapefruit League appearances, Armstrong covered six scoreless innings, permitting only one hit and two walks while striking out five. Kubatko relays that Armstrong had shown an uptick in his fastball velocity during spring bullpen sessions after the offering was clocked at an average of 93.9 miles per hour last season, providing some optimism that his strong numbers in exhibition play may be more than a small-sample-size fluke. He still likely won't be worth drafting even in most AL-only leagues, but Armstrong might be someone to keep an eye on if he continues to deliver strong ratios early on during the regular season.

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  • Orioles' Rylan Bannon: Productive in small sample

    Bannon hit .333/.467/.667 with one home run, one double, six strikeouts and three walks in 15 plate appearances in big-league camp.

    The sample is tiny, and he struck out at a 40 percent clip, but he did damage when he wasn't striking out. More telling is Bannon's .200/.258/.247 slash line with one home run and 18 strikeouts in 93 plate appearances in the Arizona Fall League, where he primarily played third base. Bannon, who turns 24 in a month, will likely open the year at Triple-A, where he played 20 games to close the 2019 season.

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  • Orioles' Ryan McKenna: Struggles during spring training

    McKenna hit .143/.250/.143 with two RBI and one stolen base over 16 plate appearances during spring training.

    McKenna was added to the 40-man roster during the offseason to protect him from the Rule 5 draft, but he was optioned to Triple-A on March 6 after lackluster results during camp. The 23-year-old has yet to advance past the Double-A level, and while he's been able to showcase his speed, he'll need to exhibit more on-base abilities if he hopes to profile as more than a bench outfielder.

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Injuries

Player Injury
T. Mancini RF Trey Mancini RF Abdomen
E. Phillips RP Evan Phillips RP Elbow
C. Sisco C Chance Sisco C Hand
D. Stewart RF DJ Stewart RF Ankle

Orioles Tickets

vs HOU
Sat, Jun 6 @ 4:05 pm
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, Md.