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Orioles begin tough, 10-day West Coast swing

As the 2015 baseball season begins to wane, the Orioles remain in neutral — two games over .500, still right there in the American League wild-card race and within sniffing distance of the division-leading New York Yankees, who were up six games in the AL East heading into Monday night's games.

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  • Kevin Gausman, Orioles offense stay hot for 6-2 win over Tigers

    Kevin Gausman, Orioles offense stay hot for 6-2 win over Tigers

    Kevin Gausman admits that he used to fear pitching at Camden Yards. Because of its hitter-friendly reputation, he was preoccupied with giving up homers. But part of Gausman's growth has been becoming comfortable pitching in his home park while gaining confidence with his success there.

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    Gerardo Parra makes good first impression on Orioles

    He had been in the Orioles clubhouse for less than a day, but trade-deadline acquisition Gerardo Parra had already made a positive impression on manager Buck Showalter.

  • Orioles notebook: Chris Tillman expected to have his next start pushed back

    Orioles notebook: Chris Tillman expected to have his next start pushed back

    Chris Tillman has continued to see improvement with his sprained left ankle, but Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he doesn’t expect the right-hander to make his scheduled start Monday in Oakland. Tillman suffered the injury in the ninth inning of his start Wednesday and missed his scheduled...

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