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Orioles beat Reign and Blue Jays

Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Bo Bichette hits a three-run home run against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Bobichette hit a three-run homer against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Photo by Tommy Gilligan /USA TODAY Sports

Baltimore — Alec Manoa has a great escape plan was.

Imi Garcia did not.

Manoah got off to a rough start with a rain-delayed game, with him leading by two, but Garcia scored two runs in the Orioles' Roughned Odor in his eighth inning. Scored his shot and lost 6-5.

Blue Jays Manoa, the ace of his staff, probably didn't expect so much trouble to come out of him early Tuesday. But until Beau Bichette's second homer of the night provided a two-run cushion, he counted his big pitches and strikeouts at the end of the third inning, and the team's defense did the rest.

Manoa exited with his head held high, but after his 78-minute rain-and-thunder delay in Camden's yards, home his team failed to reach his goal. In the seventh Adam took a run off his cymbals and beat Garcia in the second. Eighth. Leading hitter Ouston Hayes singled and Jays nemesis O'Dole homered to put the Orioles up again.

In the second inning, he crouched and flicked Ramon Urias' slow roller, but recovered with a 2K. He struck out two batters in the third inning, but scored only one on a deep fly. In the fourth, after Urias' single fell, O'Dor tried a third round on a good toss by Lourdes Gurriel Jr. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was ninth with two outs and Santiago Espinal second, but closer Felix Bautista induced a softliner.

Baltimore took his second straight win in his three-game set, further tightening the wild card situation.

Game On

For some time in the first inning, the Jays were celebrating his play of triples.

Merrifield set off his catch sliding to Anthony his Santander, but Baltimore runners Cedric Mullins and Adrie Lutschman thought this would drop. The Jays tagged both his No. 1 and his No. 2, but the three Orioles never left the base.

It overturned Toronto's first triple play since April 2012 against Kansas City.

However, damage in a no-out was limited to his two runs, partly thanks to a double play. Toronto leads the AL with his killing of twins on the road his game.

Baltimore starter Kyle His Bradish tried to get his second win of the year after 10 decisions or losses, holding the Toronto artillery down to his fifth inning, and Bichett's 2018 win.only fired his 16th. He hit 62 home runs in the second inning, clearing on the right side.

Relief Brian Baker scored a bichet on his 0-2, but the shortstops fought back to clear the same fence. After Guerrero extended his major-league-leading hitting streak to 20 games and scored on Kirk's single and his throw to the plate, he was replaced by Alejandro his Kirk and Matt his Chapman. was cached.

Bichette currently has 17 home runs, and this year he has hit two in the same game twice. He has 10 hits in 26 at-bats in his last six games. Batting third, Kirk came out of the August Funk with three singles to make five in the series.


The Jays have added some memorable names from the past to their current playoff insurance.

But 32-year-old Jackie Bradley still doesn't know what more he can get out of Jr.

They signed the former Gold Glove Award-winning Boston Red He Sox outfielder to a contract for the remainder of 2022 at or near MLB minimum. Beantown's Bradley was part of his team in the 2018 World Series until he eventually transferred to the Milwaukee Brewers on his two-year deal for $24 million and traded him back to Boston. Lasted one season.

He didn't say his .210 batting average and his 29 RBI in 92 games this year were a true reflection of what he could still do. .

"He didn't have the attacking year he wanted, but I'm glad he got a fresh start," he said before the game.

George Springer's ongoing elbow problems contributed to the move.

"He's ready for anything we throw at him," manager John Schneider said of the rookie. "He's got a great track record and knows the division and stuff. I love his defense, his speed and his versatility. It's good to have as many options as possible at this time." 89} Even without Springer for now, Schneider has Merrifield or Bradley available in center field.

"It doesn't matter which one. For many people, we're trying to find the best possible location, depending on the game situation. If you like the match, it might be a little bit of both ( Bradley, left-handed, starts off the bench or comes off.”

Bradley is a native of Virginia and immediately heads across the state line with his family. Bradley also showed his new teammates a ceremonial copper plaque on Uto Street behind the right field wall.

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