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Baltimore Orioles Roundup: Orioles set AL record for most home runs allowed in a season

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Baltimore Orioles Roundup: Orioles set AL record for most home runs allowed in a season

Check out the latest news and notes after the Orioles 11-8 loss to the Yankees. 

Player Updates:

OF Dwight Smith Jr. (calf) is expected to begin a minor league rehab assignment toward the end of the Orioles' current road trip. The road trip will finish up on Sunday in Boston. Smith has been on the injured list since July 30 because of a left calf strain and some other minor ailments. He should return to the Orioles late next week.

RP Gabriel Ynoa yielded seven earned runs over six innings Monday in a loss to the Yankees. Ynoa gave up seven hits, including four home runs, while falling to 1-7 on the year with a 5.93 ERA. If he gets another turn as a starter with the Orioles, it'll come this weekend in Boston.

Orioles optioned RHP Branden Kline to Triple-A Norfolk. Kline allowed one run over an inning of work in the first game of Monday's doubleheader versus the Yankees. He's clearing out for Ty Blach, who will start the nightcap.

Orioles recalled LHP Ty Blach from Triple-A Norfolk. Blach will start the second game of Monday's doubleheader versus the Yankees in what will be his Orioles debut.

OF Trey Mancini homered in both games of the doubleheader against the Yankees on Monday. Mancini is up to 29 homers. 

2B Hanser Alberto went 3-for-5 with a homer, a double and three RBI in the second game of Monday's doubleheader against the Yankees. He also went 2-for-5 in the first game, and he scored a total of five runs on the day. Alberto has been awesome against lefties this year, and he's hitting .321 overall despite his struggles against righties.

The Orioles optioned RHP Jimmy Yacabonis to Triple-A Norfolk. Yacabonis was up as the 26th man during Monday's doubleheader. He'll return when rosters expand next month.

Orioles optioned RHP Evan Phillips to Triple-A Norfolk. Phillips was rocked for three runs in an inning of work Monday in his day up with the big club. He'll probably be back again eventually.

Injuries: 

DH Renato Nunez: Ankle, day-to-day

OF Dwight Smith Jr.: Calf, 10-day IL, may be back in mid-August

OF DJ Stewart: Concussion, 7-day IL, August 14

RP Josh Rogers: Elbow, 60-day IL, out indefinitely

SP Alex Cobb: Back, 60-day IL, 2020

DH Mark Trumbo: Knee, 60-day IL, may be back in September

Coming Up: 

Tuesday 8/13: Orioles @ Yankees, 7:05 p.m., Yankee Stadium

Wednesday 8/14: Orioles @ Yankees, 1:05 p.m., Yankee Stadium

Friday 8/16: Orioles @ Red Sox, 7:10 p.m., Fenway Park

Special credit to Rotoworld for news points.

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Orioles Roundup: Trey Mancini stays hot in 8-4 home loss to Blue Jays

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Orioles Roundup: Trey Mancini stays hot in 8-4 home loss to Blue Jays

In a fitting tribute to most games this season in Baltimore, Trey Mancini had a terrific day at the plate, but the pitching staff allowed too many home runs and the O's ended up losing.

Here's everything you need to know about the Orioles.

Player Updates:

OF Trey Mancini hasn't slowed down at all for the Orioles, turning in a 4-for-4 night to tie his career high in hits. He's hitting .286 with 34 home runs during his breakout season.

OF Austin Hays enjoyed a banner night, hitting his first home run of the season and making one of the year's highlight catches, robbing a home run well over the centerfield wall.

SP Gabriel Ynoa allowed three runs in 6.1 innings. He didn't walk anyone and allowed just six hits, but he also only struck out one batter despite pitching into the seventh inning, and two of the hits allowed were home runs.

Injuries

RP Hunter Harvey, biceps, sidelined, day-to-day

RP Josh Rogers, elbow, 60-Day IL, out indefinitely 

SP Alex Cobb, back, 60-Day IL, 2020

Coming Up:

Friday, 9/20: Mariners at Orioles, 7:05 p.m., Camden Yards

Saturday, 9/21: Mariners at Orioles, 7:05 p.m., Camden Yards

Sunday, 9/22: Mariners at Orioles, 1:05 p.m., Camden Yards

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Orioles Roundup: Baltimore falls to Toronto, 8-5

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Orioles Roundup: Baltimore falls to Toronto, 8-5

The Baltimore Orioles lost the first of their penultimate home series for the season 8-5 to the Toronto Blue Jays Tuesday night. 

Here are the latest player news and notes.

Player Updates:

OF Mason Williams crashed hastily into the back wall trying to prevent a Blue Jays score in the top of the ninth. It was 2B Cavan Biggio's line drive that ended up as a two-run triple to give the Blue Jays some cushion. That triple helped Biggio complete the cycle. Austin Hays replaced Williams while he was checked for a concussion. 

X-Ray tests came back negative for DH Renato Nunez after his left hand was hit by a pitch in Monday's loss to the Tigers. He could be back Wednesday. 

Injuries

DH Mark Trumbo, shoulder, sidelined, day-to-day

RP Hunter Harvey, biceps, sidelined, day-to-day

RP Josh Rogers, elbow, 60-Day IL, out indefinitely 

SP Alex Cobb, back, 60-Day IL, 2020

Coming Up:

Wednesday, 9/18: Blue Jays at Orioles, 7:05 p.m., Camden Yards

Thursday, 9/19: Blue Jays at Orioles, 7:05 p.m., Camden Yards

Friday, 9/19: Mariners at Orioles, 7:05 p.m., Camden Yards

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