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Orioles offense again quiet in 4-2 loss, as Indians win 17th in a row

Orioles offense again quiet in 4-2 loss, as Indians win 17th in a row

Another empty day for the Orioles bats meant another win for the Cleveland Indians, whose 4-2 victory Saturday at Progressive Field was their 17th straight and dropped the Orioles back to .500 at 71-71.

Over their current three-game skid, the Orioles’ league-leading offense in the second half has gone quiet.

Even with a passable starting pitching performance from fill-in Gabriel Ynoa, the Orioles couldn't muster more early offense than their solitary run in the first inning and then couldn't stir much else up against the American League’s best pitching staff.

“What have we scored, three runs in three days?” manager Buck Showalter said....

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