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Backed by a strong start from right-hander Miguel Gonzalez and Chris Davis' majors-leading 23rd homer of the season, the Orioles beat Jon Lester and the Red Sox, 6-3, Sunday afternoon at Camden Yards.
This is how good the Orioles are going now: even Jon Lester can't stop them anymore.
Jake Arrieta is getting the start tonight in Detroit and another chance to prove he belongs in the major leagues.
Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta, who was called up from Triple-A Norfolk on Friday to provide bullpen depth, will start Monday night against the Tigers in Detroit in place of right-hander Jason Hammel.
Chris Davis slugged his way to another milestone Sunday, pulling his 100th career home run into the right field seats, but lost in the shuffle was another trend that shows how well the Orioles first baseman has been hitting this year. The home run, which came against Boston’s Jon Lester, was...
When the ball flies off the bat, Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis is often used to seeing it distinctly outlined against a backdrop of green seats up the third base line.
As third baseman Manny Machado continues to hit doubles at a record pace, right fielder Nick Markakis has had one of the best views for the 20-year-old’s performances: the on-deck circle.