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Orioles no-hit through seven, nearly beat Blue Jays anyway

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Orioles no-hit through seven, nearly beat Blue Jays anyway

GAME SUMMARY: Marco Estrada held the Orioles hitless through seven innings, but the Toronto Blue Jays barely held on to beat the Orioles 5-4 on Friday night.

Estrada (5-3) walked four and struck out six in throwing 118 pitches as Toronto (37-32) led 5-0 after seven.

Jimmy Paredes led off the eighth inning with a single to left field. After Paredes’ single, Roberto Osuna relieved Estrada. Manny Machado followed with a single as the Orioles scored two runs in the eight.

Adam Jones’ two-run single off Brett Cecil made the score 5-4. With runners on first and third, Cecil struck out Chris Davis to record his fifth save.

Mike Wright (2-3) allowed three runs on four hits with four walks in 1 1/3 innings as the Orioles (34-33) lost their second straight after winning 11 of 13.

Edwin Encarnacion led the Blue Jays (37-32) with two hits and two RBIs.

THE GOOD: Tyler Wilson saved the Orioles bullpen by relieving Wright and allowing one run in 5 2/3 innings, the longest bullpen stint of the season.

THE BAD: In Wright’s three good starts, he allowed three runs in 19 1/3 innings. Since then, he’s given up 14 runs in 10 1/3 innings.

THE UGLY: In the first inning, Mike Wright grazed Jose Bautista with a pitch, and Toronto manager John Gibbons was ejected by home plate umpire C.B. Bucknor.

Bucknor warned both benches and in the eighth inning after Osuna hit Adam Jones, both Osuna and Blue Jays bench coach DeMarlo Hale was ejected.

OUCH: Jones was in the original Orioles’ lineup in center field, but after batting practice, he was moved to designated hitter.

CALLING NORFOLK: Wright will likely be sent to Norfolk to make room for Saturday’s starter, Kevin Gausman. The Orioles may need another reliever, and Wilson could be replaced by a fresher arm.

STREAK ENDS: J.J. Hardy’s 11-game hitting streak ended when he popped out with the bases loaded.

REHABBING: Jonathan Schoop was 0-for-4 with three strikeouts in his first rehab game for Bowie. He’s been out for two months with a sprained right knee.

FUN FACT: The Orioles have not been no-hit since Boston’s Clay Buchholz did it at Fenway Park on Sept. 1, 2007.

COMING UP: Gausman faces Mark Buehrle (7-4, 4.01) on Saturday at 1:07 p.m. Gausman will be activated from the 15-day disabled list.

MORE ORIOLES: Toronto slugger hit by Wright, Gibbons tossed

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Summer Guide: The top restaurants and bars for before and after Baltimore Orioles games

Summer Guide: The top restaurants and bars for before and after Baltimore Orioles games

Last summer, NBC Sports Washington put together guides that detailed the best bars and restaurants to watch the Capitals' Stanley Cup run and FIFA World Cup. Earlier this summer we gave you some spots around Nationals Park too.

With summer 2019 halfway through and baseball in full swing, it's time to highlight the go-to spots to eat and drink around the ballpark that forever changed baseball. 

In no particular order, consider these: 

Pickles Pub, 520 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21230

  • Across the street from Oriole Park at Camden Yards
  • Always packed, it's the number one go-to bar for Orioles fans before and after the games 
  • A dozen beers on tap, both local and national brands
  • Great deals throughout baseball season

Sliders Bar and Grille, 504 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21230

  • Another bar adjacent to Camden Yards
  • Less crowded than Pickles, but just as good when it comes to snacks and drinks
  • Bottle, canned, and draft beer options
  • Gameday specials built around the Orioles season

Abbey Burger Bistro, 1041 Marshall St, Baltimore, MD 21230

  • A bit further (about a mile walk) but well worth it
  • Famous for, you guessed it, their wide selection of crafted hamburgers
  • Endorsed by Oriole legend Adam Jones, who even created a burger for their menu
  • Also make spiked milkshakes for adults looking to cool off with a tasty treat

The Yard, 110 S Eutaw St, Baltimore, MD 21201

  • Inside the Marriott Inner Harbor 
  • Quieter, less-crowded option compared to more popular pregame locations
  • Crab-based breakfast options for fans looking for an early start

Camden Pub, 647 W. Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21201

  • Two blocks from Camden Yards
  • Special discounts with game tickets
  • Variety of food options, including well-known wings

Quigley's Half Irish Pub, 633 Portland St, Baltimore, MD 21230

  • Federal Hill location, a block away from the stadium
  • Another less-crowded option, with standard bar fare
  • Just as likely to host baseball fans and neighborhood regulars alike

Pratt Street Ale House, 206 W Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21201

  • Three blocks from Oriole Park at Camden Yards 
  • Dozens of beer options, plus signature cocktails and wine choices aplenty
  • Well-known nightlife spot for postgame celebrations

Seafood Options:

L.P. Steamers, 1100 E Fort Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230

  • Have to drive instead of walk (9 minutes by car)
  • Considered a go-to spot for Maryland-style seafood 
  • Mentioned specifically by Manny Machado upon his return to Baltimore

Phillips Seafood, 601 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

  • 20-minute walk to Camden Yards, right in the heart of the Inner Harbor
  • Huge letters outside the building a part of the local skyline
  • Famous for their crabcakes, but serve all kinds of seafood and non-seafood options

Rusty Scupper, 402 Key Highway, Inner Harbor Marina, Baltimore, MD 21230

  • Another slightly further, pricier option for local seafood
  • Beautiful view right on the water
  • Live patio entertainment
  • Happy hour from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. every Monday through Friday

Postgame Dessert Options:

Insomnia Cookies, Federal Hill, 1059 S Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21230

  • 20-minute walk from the stadium
  • Wide variety of deluxe cookie options, plus brownies, ice cream, cake and dessert sandwiches
  • Open until 3 a.m. every night

Polar Roll Creamery, 600 E Pratt St Suite 105, Baltimore, MD 21202

  • 20-minutes from Camden Yards, on the Inner Harbor 
  • Rolled ice cream
  • Watch yourserver roll the ice cream in front of you

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Baltimore Orioles Roundup: Anthony Santander has a huge outing in blowout loss to the Boston Red Sox

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Baltimore Orioles Roundup: Anthony Santander has a huge outing in blowout loss to the Boston Red Sox

Check out the latest news and notes on the Baltimore Orioles

Player Updates:

Even in a loss, the night belonged to OF Anthony Santander who went 4-for-5 with a homer, triple and two runs scored. Santander tripled and scored during the Orioles' five-run rally in the third inning. He then tagged Rick Porcello for a solo shot in the fifth that pulled the Orioles to within 10 runs at 16-6. It was the first four-hit game of the young outfielder's career. 

SP Thomas Eshelman had a rough day on the mound giving up nine runs (five earned) on six hits over 3 2/3 innings of work. The right-hander also issued three walks while striking out three. He struggled to keep the ball in the ballpark in this one, giving up home runs to Jackie Bradley Jr., Rafael Devers and Mookie Betts before departing in the fourth. 

Due to Pedro Severino's illness, the Orioles optioned C Austin Wynns to Triple-A Norfolk. He has played in 16 games for the O's this year with a .233 batting average, zero homers and three RBI in 47 plate appearances.

Injuries:

C Pedro Severino: Illness, Day-to-day

SP Dylan Bundy: Knee, 10-day Injured List

RP Josh Rogers: Elbow, 10-day Injured List

OF DJ Stewart: Ankle, 10-day Injured List

SP Alex Cobb: Back, 60-day Injured List

SP Nate Karns: Arm, 60-day Injured List

DH Mark Trumbo: Knee, 60-day Injured List

Coming Up:

Sunday 7/21: Orioles vs. Red Sox, 1:05 p.m., Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Monday 7/22: Orioles at Diamondbacks, 9:40 p.m., Chase Field

Tuesday 7/23: Orioles at Diamondbacks, 9:40 p.m., Chase Field

Source: Rotoworld

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