How Baltimore Sun reporters and editors see Thursday night's Ravens-Dolphins game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. The Ravens are 3-3 and have lost two straight game. The Dolphins are 4-2 with three straight wins.
The Orioles added four players to their expanded roster before Tuesday¿s game, recalling right-hander Tyler Wilson, first baseman Christian Walker, outfielder Junior Lake and right-handed reliever Oliver Drake from Triple-A Norfolk.
Matt Wieters was out of the starting lineup for the first time since the All-Star Break in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Rays after complaining of back stiffness following Saturday's game against Tampa Bay.
Chris Davis' third-inning grand slam in Saturday¿s 5-1 win over Tampa Bay was his third since the beginning of the 2014 season, tied with Buster Posey, Brandon Moss and Devin Mesoraco for the most over that span.
After two returned last week, more AL East teams are back in the power rankings this week. Has the Orioles¿ hot stretch been enough to make them one of the lucky 10? As always, these rankings are completely subjective, and yet objectively correct.
With a masterful, 6-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday night that snapped a three-game losing streak for the Orioles, the 25-year-old Tillman (13-3) became the first Oriole since lefty Erik Bedard in 2007 to win at least 13 games in a season. He¿s the first to hit the mark in July since Sidney Ponson won No. 13 on July 10, 2003.