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    Hours before beginning their series with the Texas Rangers, the Orioles faced the demoralizing reality that they would not remain intact through the trade deadline. By its end, they could fully embrace they still have the potential to hunt a playoff berth in the season’s final months. Having traded away the longtime face of the team Trey Mancini and All-Star closer Jorge López before Tuesday’s trade deadline, the Orioles who remained completed a sweep of the Rangers on Wednesday with a 6-3 victory. The Orioles (54-51) are a season-high three games over .500, with the victory keeping them within 1 1/2 games of the American League’s third and final wild-card spot. Most of their offense came from unexpected sources. Ryan McKenna, in the lineup as regular corner outfielder Austin Hays deals with a sore side, doubled his home run total for the season with a solo shot in the second, tying the game after Texas scored its lone run in the first of rookie starter Kyle Bradish’s five innings. Backup catcher Robinson Chirinos, a former Ranger getting a start with...
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — As much as the Tampa Bay Rays wanted Corey Kluber to have a shot at getting the victory in the pitcher’s debut with his new team, keeping the two-time Cy Young Award winner fresh and healthy is a bigger priority. The 36-year-old right-hander looked good in his first game since joining the defending AL East champions, pitching 4 2/3 scoreless innings in an 8-0 victory that completed an opening sweep of the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday. READ MORE: Baltimore Orioles Tap Bruce Zimmerman As Starting Pitcher For Home Opener“I didn’t really control counts the way I’d like to eventually,” Kluber said. “But at the end of the day, I made good pitches when I needed to to keep them off the scoreboard.” Brandon Lowe hit a two-run homer off Tyler Wells (0-1), while Wander Franco had his second three-hit game in three days and drove in a pair of runs as the Rays beat the Orioles for the 15th straight time and matched the fastest start to a season in club history. Tampa Bay,...
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber looked good in his debut with the Tampa Bay Rays, pitching 4 2/3 scoreless innings Sunday to help the defending AL East champions beat Baltimore 8-0 and complete an opening sweep of the Orioles. Brandon Lowe hit a two-run homer off Tyler Wells (0-1), while Wander Franco had his second three-hit game in three days and drove in a pair of runs as the Rays beat the Orioles for the 15th straight time and matched the fastest start to a season in club history. Tampa Bay, which is 21-1 against the Orioles since the beginning of last year, also started 3-0 in 2002 and 2012. Kluber, pitching on his 36th birthday, allowed three hits, walked four and struck out five in an 87-pitch outing. Sailing along with a 4-0 lead, the right-hander retired the first two batters in the fifth inning before walking Cedric Mullins and giving up a single to Ryan Mountcastle. Manager Kevin Cash, who said before the game that one of his priorities this season...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Andrew McCutchen drove in four runs and the Philadelphia Phillies erased a six-run deficit against the Washington Nationals to earn a 7-6 victory Thursday and a three-game sweep. The Phillies overcame a disappointing start from Aaron Nola and rallied against the Nationals’ bullpen for their sixth consecutive win. Philadelphia pulled within 1½ games of NL East leader Atlanta and two games of idle Cincinnati in the race for the second NL wild card. Juan Soto homered and drove in four runs and Lane Thomas also went deep for Washington, which has lost five in a row and 21 of 27. McCutchen brought the Phillies to within 6-4 in the eighth inning with an RBI single off Patrick Murphy, who gave up a single to Freddy Galvis two batters later and chased Andres Machado (1-1). After Rafael Marchan’s walk loaded the bases, Nick Maton’s sharp grounder was misplayed by second baseman Luis García and two runs scored. García hesitated on Odúbel Herrera’s potential double-play ball a batter later, getting just one out as Marchan came around for the...
    Getty Sidney Jones tackles Rashard Higgins during a 2021 preseason game. The Seattle Seahawks have completed a trade to add depth to the defense. According to the Jacksonville Jaguars PR department, cornerback Sidney Jones is heading back to the Pacific Northwest where he spent his college football career as a member of the Washington Huskies. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the news on Monday, Aug. 30, adding that the Seahawks will send a sixth-round pick to the Jaguars in exchange for Jones. The 25-year-old will immediately compete for snaps alongside DJ Reed, rookie Tre Brown, and Ahkello Witherspoon among others. Though Gregg Bell of the “Tacoma News Tribune” noted that the trade likely means that the Seahawks will cut Tre Flowers to reach the 53-man roster limit. A former second-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2017 NFL Draft, Jones originally fell in the draft after tearing his Achilles at the University of Washington’s Pro Day. He has since started 14 games at the NFL level — eight for the Eagles over three years — while appearing in...
    Ryan Yarbrough ended a 24-start winless skid with Tampa Bay's first complete game in more than five years, Austin Meadows homered off shaky Yankees ace Gerrit Cole and drove in five and the Rays beat New York 9-2 Thursday. The AL East-leading Rays salvaged a four-game split, improving to 10-3 at Yankee Stadium since the start of last season. New York fell 4 1/2 games back of Tampa Bay and has dropped seven of 10 entering a weekend series against the rival Red Sox. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Meadows homered three times in the series, including a go-ahead, two-run drive off Cole in the fourth inning. He added a three-run double off Nick Nelson in the seventh. Cole (6-3) matched a season worst by allowing five runs in five innings. Yarbrough (3-3) hadn't won a start since Aug. 11, 2019, when he threw a career-high 8 2/3 innings in a 1-0 win over Seattle. The left-hander finished this one himself, throwing a career-most 113 pitches. He escaped a key jam in the fourth and allowed solo...
    (CBS Minnesota) — More than a month of baseball is in the books with minimal COVID issues. Some fans have returned to games, and more hopefully will be back sooner than later. It’s starting to feel like the real thing again. While last season offered quality baseball when the country needed a diversion, it just wasn’t what it could be. This season is different… better. The latest Baseball Report takes a spin around the league to look at some of the recent stories. That includes Minnesota Twins’ Byron Buxton hitting the cover off the ball, Max Scherzer serving up a complete game and then joining his wife in labor, and Jesus Luzardo’s video game injury. READ MORE: Steelers Legend Terry Bradshaw Calls Out Aaron Rodgers: Him Being That Upset Shows How Weak He Is Byron Buxton With The Bat The Twins have one of the worst records in baseball. Sitting in fourth place in the American League Central at 10-16, ahead of only the hapless Detroit Tigers, the season hasn’t started off quite as the team had hoped. Do they...
    Rochester police announces first female chief Honey is one of the most faked foods in the world, and the US government isnt doing much to fix it Stars need one more improbable run to complete improbable season It would be easy at this point to write off Dallas Stars’ chances in the 2020 Stanley Cup Final. © Getty They enter Game 5 on Saturday night (8 p.m. ET, NBC, Livestream) facing a 3-1 series deficit to a steamroller of a Tampa Bay Lightning team that is clicking on all cylinders. They need to find a way to win three games in a row against a team that has more regular season and playoff wins than anybody else over the past six years. Three wins in a row against team that has lost three games in a row on just five different occasions over the past three full seasons. Not only that, but in the history of the league only one team has comeback from being down 3-1 in the Stanley Cup Final, and it required a lot of madness...
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