The Baltimore Orioles sought to record the best four consecutive wins of the season in the third contest of a four-game series with host Chicago White Sox on Saturday afternoon.
The Orioles benefited from a dominant fragmentary performance by five pitchers to limit the White Sox to one hit with a 4-1 victory on Friday.
"I'm very proud," said Brandon Hyde, Baltimore's manager. "This is a bullpen game with (Starter Austin) Voth. We're just stretching him. Everyone who participated in the game ... no hits from" Pen ". There are no walks or hits.
"We're on the road against the White Sox. Every (our) guy has great things, lots of soft contacts, lots of strikes. It's really aggressive. These people have exceeded expectations and are really happy and proud. "
Voss complemented the bullpen and left 18 straights after leaving the third inning. Retired the batter.
"The bullpen is just amazing right now," Voth said. "It's a lot of fun to watch. There are a lot of great people and they're pitching great."
The Orioles, who won three straight games from May 8th to 10th, have won the current three games in a row. Recorded 1 run and 13 hits.
Hyde initially planned to send Kyle Bradish to the mound on Saturday, but on Friday a right-handed rookie was put on the injured list due to inflammation of the pitching shoulder.
Right-handed Spenser Watkins (0-1, 6.00 ERA) will be recalled from Triple A Norfolk and will start in place of Bloodish, Hyde said after the match on Friday. ..
Watkins did not record a decision after allowing one run with four hits in four 1/3 innings in his only career encounter with Chicago on July 11, 2021. did.
The White Sox is Mired. The skid who lost in three games. They appear to snap slides when sending veteran right-handed Lance Lynn (1-0, 5.79 ERA) to the mound on Saturday.
Chicago can certainly use a boost from Lynn to provide an emotional lift to the team.
"The energy, the emotions, the drive pushes everyone up and lifts everyone. It's daddy," teammate Andrew Vaughn said of Lynn. "He's been in the game for a long time. He's one of the best people I've ever met. He's a competitor. He's out on the mound, doing his own thing, it's The same person every day. "
Lynn (35) hits 5 innings and 4 hits to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-7 on Monday. Overcame allowing a run (3 points). He was off to a second start in his season after being on the sidelines while recovering from his right knee surgery.
Lynn owns a 3.31 ERA 3-1 record in seven career appearances (five starts) against Baltimore.
He is wise to walk around the rookie Adley Rutschman carefully. Adley Rutschman is 5 to 15 with 4 doubles, homers, 3 RBIs and 2 runs during 4 consecutive RBIs.
Jake Burger recorded his only hit in Chicago on Friday, doubling his RBI in the second inning. Burger has hit long in each of the last three games.
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