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    Before the Orioles began their latest homestand Friday, manager Brandon Hyde said he expected a bounce-back outing from right-hander Dean Kremer. It took a little longer than expected, but he got it. After a rain delay of nearly two hours, the Orioles beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 1-0, for their fourth straight win, with Kremer allowing no runs in his 6 1/3 innings. Kremer had a 6.94 ERA in five July starts but pitched well to keep Baltimore undefeated in August, retiring 14 straight Pirates before a one-out double in the seventh ended his night. Kremer joined veteran Jordan Lyles as Baltimore’s only starters to record an out in the seventh inning multiple times this year. Kremer’s outing allowed the Orioles to eventually break through on a night they wasted scoring opportunities in four of the first five innings. “Usually, when you squander that many early, you’re expecting something not good to happen,” Hyde said. “But fortunately for us, Dean Kremer, for me, that was his best outing of the year. I thought he did a good job of mixing in...
    It started with a leap at the wall, and then all hell broke loose. The ball screamed off the bat of Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel, sailing toward the left field fence in the fifth inning Saturday night. With a leap, Orioles left fielder Austin Hays reached toward the ball and missed the catch. But as the ball ricocheted off the wall, it landed in his glove, appearing as if it was a catch. That led Reds shortstop Kyle Farmer to believe Hays had caught it cleanly, and he turned and scampered back to first base. And that’s only the beginning of the wildest moment of the Reds’ 8-2 victory over the Orioles. Once Hays’ throw reached first baseman Trey Mancini, Senzel was beyond Farmer. Mancini jogged over to tag Farmer out, and the Orioles initially believed the debacle was an inning-ending double play. But after a conference between umpires, Baltimore returned to the field and Farmer remained on first. The official ruling stated that because Senzel passed Farmer — even though it was Farmer who backtracked beyond Senzel —...
    For the most part, the low points the Orioles experienced Wednesday against the Seattle Mariners were infrequent in June. Those lopsided losses — the kind that have been all too familiar throughout four years of a rebuild — suddenly gave way to more wins. Baltimore clinched its first winning month since August 2017 on Monday night, sealing the 14-12 June with a series-opening win against the Mariners. Getting that win out of the way was imperative, given it was their only victory in the last four games. That puts a damper on an otherwise strong month, with a 9-3 defeat Wednesday in Seattle closing the stretch. But from a wider angle, finishing a month with a winning record is an achievement — a sign, however small, of progress in a rebuild. In manager Brandon Hyde’s four seasons in Baltimore, the Orioles (35-42) haven’t played as well as they did in June. How Baltimore builds off it will be even more telling. Here are four takeaways from the Orioles’ series in Seattle: The arms The look of the Orioles’ starting rotation...
    The left oblique strain Dean Kremer suffered as he warmed up for his first appearance of the season could’ve quelled the Orioles right-hander’s growing confidence coming off a disastrous 2021 season. Instead, it inspired more of it. That improved self-belief was on display Friday night as Kremer pitched six shutout innings against the Tampa Bay Rays, the first scoreless outing in his 20 major league starts. Notably, after command issues caused him to spend much of the latter portion of last season in the minors, he issued only one walk against five strikeouts. “The presence is different on the mound,” manager Brandon Hyde said. “There’s more confidence in what he’s doing. And he’s being really aggressive, which is what we’re asking him to do and what we’ve asked him to do, because his stuff is good.” Kremer, 26, once ranked among Baltimore’s top 10 prospects and led the minors in strikeouts in 2018, the year in which the Orioles acquired him as part of the Manny Machado trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers. But he’s had trouble translating that success...
    Based on his accomplished amateur and minor league career, it figured that when Adley Rutschman started hitting, he would do so in bunches. The evidence appears to be building. Baseball’s top prospect slapped a game-winning single into center field to snap a scoreless tie in the seventh inning of Friday night’s 1-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. Rutschman’s first go-ahead hit provided his first RBI at Camden Yards, and he also caught a combined shutout from right-hander Dean Kremer and three relievers. After going 20 games into his major league career without an RBI, Rutschman has now driven in runs in three straight games. He’s also reached base in eight contests in a row, going 10-for-29 (.345) in that span. His looping single into center was the Orioles’ first hit in six at-bats with a runner in scoring position, coming against reliever Calvin Faucher after Rays right-hander Shane Baz, a fellow top prospect, held Baltimore (29-37) scoreless through six innings. But Kremer matched him, putting together his first scoreless outing among his 20 major league starts. Rutschman was behind...
    There couldn’t have been a more ideal place in the batting order for the Orioles to find themselves in. There were so few chances to be had, but Baltimore had the right players at the plate for both opportunities. Second baseman Rougned Odor and center fielder Ryan McKenna reached base consecutively twice, first in the fifth and again in the seventh, to provide run-scoring opportunities with fewer than two outs. The fifth inning was especially promising, with a McKenna double placing two in scoring position with no outs. And yet, with a combination of Austin Hays and Trey Mancini — the best hitters on the Orioles — they were left stranded in the fifth. And with Cedric Mullins pinch hitting in the seventh, consecutive popouts from Mullins and Hays squandered that chance to level a one-run deficit and bail out right-hander Dean Kremer, making his first start of the season. Those issues with runners in scoring position haven’t been so glaring as they were to begin the season, but they materialized again in Sunday’s 3-2 loss to the Guardians, which...
    There couldn’t have been a more ideal place in the batting order for the Orioles to find themselves in. There were so few chances to be had, but Baltimore had the right players at the plate for both opportunities. Second baseman Rougned Odor and center fielder Ryan McKenna reached base consecutively twice, first in the fifth and again in the seventh, to provide run-scoring opportunities with fewer than two outs. The fifth inning was especially promising, with a McKenna double placing two in scoring position with no outs. And yet, with a combination of Austin Hays and Trey Mancini — the best hitters on the Orioles — they were left stranded in the fifth. And with Cedric Mullins pinch hitting in the seventh, consecutive popouts from Mullins and Hays squandered that chance to level a one-run deficit and bail out right-hander Dean Kremer, making his first start of the season. Those issues with runners in scoring position haven’t been so glaring as they were to begin the season, but they materialized again in Sunday’s 3-2 loss to the Guardians, which...
    BALTIMORE (AP) — Dean Kremer is a budding celebrity in Israel and a developing star in the big leagues. Kremer this month became the first Israeli citizen to pitch in the majors. Not only that, the Baltimore Orioles prospect tossed six innings of one-hit ball in a starting role against the storied New York Yankees, striking out seven in a 5-1 victory. Several reporters and friends from Israel participated in the postgame Zoom call, offering congratulations and even getting Kremer to speak a little Hebrew in a message to followers far from Baltimore. Now, four games into his big league career and done pitching in a season that ends Sunday for the Orioles, Kremer took delight in reflecting upon a whirlwind three weeks of fame and success. “It’s been a dream come true, to say the least,” he said. “It’s been really fun. The guys have welcomed me into a warm clubhouse. Anything and everything you could imagine it would be, it is — except for no fans.” BOSTON, MA – SEPTEMBER 23: Dean Kremer #64 of the Baltimore Orioles...
    After a hot start, the Baltimore Orioles have faded down the stretch. But they have found a starter for the future who will be on display Wednesday night against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. In three starts and 16 innings this season, Dean Kremer has posted a 1.69 ERA, not given up a single home run, and struck out 20. More impressively, two of those outings were against the New York Yankees and the other was against the Tampa Bay Rays. He will be opposed by Boston’s Nathan Eovaldi, who has walked only six batters in eight starts covering 42¹/₃ innings. In his past three starts, he has allowed just two runs in 15 innings. The Red Sox back up Eovaldi with a bottom-five bullpen ERA, but the Orioles ’pen has been surprisingly solid, ranking eighth in the MLB entering this series. With the Orioles scoring three runs or fewer in nine of their past 12 games coupled with both teams playing more of their games to the Under than the Over, this has the makings of a...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Orioles announced Sunday that pitcher Dean Kremer, one of the organization’s top prospects, will make his major league debut Sunday in a start against the New York Yankees. In doing so, he becomes the first Israeli citizen to reach the majors. Kremer is ranked as the O’s 10th best prospect by MLB Pipeline. He has risen quickly through the ranks of the organization since arriving in Baltimore as part of the Manny Machado trade in 2017. He assumes the roster position of pitcher David Hess, who was optioned Saturday night, and takes the rotation spot of Asher Wojciechowski. Kremer came close to reaching the big leagues last year when he posted a 3.72 ERA with 122 strikeouts over 113 2/3 innings across three levels ending at Triple-A. He was particularly effective as part of the rotation at Double-A Bowie, going 9-4 in 15 starts for the team. Kremer was born in California to Israeli parents and holds Israeli citizenship. He became the first Israeli to sign with an MLB team after being drafted in the 14th round by the Dodgers...
    (WJZ)- The Baltimore Orioles announced Tuesday that they have added right handed pitching prospect Dean Kremer to the 60-player pool for this season, making it possible for the 24-year-old to make his major league debut this season. If he does, he will become the first Israeli-American player to reach the majors. Kremer is ranked as the O’s 9th best prospect by MLB Pipeline and he has risen quickly through the ranks of the organization since arriving in Baltimore as part of the Manny Machado trade in 2017. Kremer came close to reaching the big leagues last year when he posted a 3.80 ERA with 122 strikeouts over 113 2/3 innings across three levels ending at Triple-A. He was particularly effective as part of the rotation at Double-A Bowie going 9-4 in 15 starts for the team. As part of the 60-player pool, Kremer will report to the team’s alternate training site in Bowie, MD when it opens later this week. In another move, the team optioned 31-year-old right handed pitcher Hector Velasquez.
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