So, Chris Tillman will get another start at Camden Yards after all – but the reason why hasn’t been revealed yet. Roughly 80 minutes before Sunday’s home finale, the Orioles announced that scheduled starter Dylan Bundy has been scratched and will be replaced by Tillman. The Orioles said they’ll provide more details when available.
The Ubaldo Jimenez Experience has ended its four-year run at Camden Yards. There will be no return engagement, at least not in orange and black. What surely was Jimenez’s Baltimore swan song as an Orioles pitcher ended in another ugly duckling performance – which, I suppose, is the way it had to be. Jimenez, 33, has probably been booed more by the home crowd than any other player in team history.
In the first part of his minor league season wrap-up last week, Double-A Bowie Baysox announcer Adam Pohl looked at some of the top performances in the Orioles system in 2017. That included outfielder Austin Hays, who was named the organization’s Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year on Thursday and will be honored Saturday at Camden Yards – where the 22-year-old is already playing this month.
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Selecting a term
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