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Hitting for the cycle where Austin Hays fights the rain and defeats the Nationals

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With just 6 innings, 4 at bats, 4 hits, 1 unforgettable cycle.

"Incredible spectacular night", Baltimore manager Brandon Hyde said after Austin Hays hit a cycle hit as the sixth player inOrioleshistory. ,Told.

Hayes was in the middle of a stable shower just before Baltimore defeatedWashington Nationals7-0 on Wednesday night and play stopped altogether. Completed the feat in doubles. ..

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Baltimore Orioles' Austin Hays follows through on a single against the Washington Nationals during the first inning of a baseball game Wednesday, June 22, 2022, in Baltimore.

Baltimore Orioles Austin Hays was the first baseball game to take place in Baltimore on Wednesday, June 22, 2022. In the innings, I will continue to single with the Washington Nationals. (AP Photo / Gail Burton)

Hayes pulled it apart while hitting a lead-off on behalf of Cedric Mullins at night. .. Faced with left-handed Patrick Corbin of the Nationals, Hayes hit infield hits in the first inning, solo shots in the third inning, and third base in the fourth inning.

This leaves the 26-year-old outfielder ample time to work on a double that allows him to join the Orioles'Hall of Famemembers Brooks Robinson and Cal Ripken Jr. It seems that. record book.

However, heavy rain could end the game in the middle of the fifth time.

"It was unclear whether to go inside and end the game," Hayes said. "I didn't know if it would rain more if I had a chance.

Play resumed with a delay of 44 minutes, but soon after it began to rain again. Hays was Steve Cishek. Sixth time to complete a double cycle centered on Eck.}

Baltimore Orioles' Austin Hays places the home run chain on Anthony Santander, who had hit a home run against the Washington Nationals during the third inning of a baseball game Wednesday, June 22, 2022, in Baltimore.

Baltimore Orioles Austin Hays has placed a home run chain in Anthony Santander. On Wednesday, June 22, 2022, he hit a home run against the Washington Nationals during the third inning of a baseball game in Baltimore.(AP photo / Gale Burton)

"It was crazy. Hays said," I was definitely thinking about it. " I was thinking of getting a slider hanging in the middle. Sure enough, Cishek hung the slider right there. "

While standing in the rain, Hays stood on second base. I laughed a lot while I was there.

"I felt really cool," he said. .. "I was hit by a goose bump when I was touching second base."

After Baltimore's fourth run and sixth, play stopped again and the tarpaulin did not come off.

The last Baltimore player cycle I hit was Jonathan Villar against the Yankees on August 5, 2019. Before that, Robinson, Ripken, Aubrey Huff, and Felix Pie did it.

Anthony Santander and Trey Mancini were also home to the Orioles. Won a two-game Interleague series split between adjacent rivals.

Corbyn (3-10) gave up 3 runs and 7 hits in 4 innings. He allowed two home runs in each of the last three starts. He is throwing a lofty 6.60 ERA.

Corbyn worked in perfect second base after Ryan Mountcastle hit an RBI double in one go. He fielded 0-2 counts, and after reaching the dugout, he slipped the team's "home run chain" around his neck.

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Baltimore Orioles' Austin Hays, right, is congratulated by Trey Mancini after Hays hit a home run against the Washington Nationals during the third inning of a baseball game Wednesday, June 22, 2022, in Baltimore.

Baltimore Orioles' Austin Hays had a haze during the third inning of a baseball game on Wednesday. It was congratulated by Trey Mancini after hitting a home run against the Washington Nationals. , June 22, 2022, in Baltimore. (AP Photo / Gale Burton)

After two batters, Hayes handed the chain to Santander. Santander pierced the center fielder wall at a 3-0 pitch.

Baltimore starter Tyler Wells (5-4) won five shutout innings and recorded the final shortly before the first rain delay. Wells allowed only three hits, but made the best four walks of the season. Even so, it was 13 consecutive wins that kept the opponent below 3 runs.

"It's a very special night," Wells said. "Obviously, the big story is haze."

Nick Vespi pitched sixth to win his first career save.

Trainers Room

Citizens: Sean Doolittle of LH Relief, who has been on the injured list due to tension in his left elbow since April 20, is 120 feet. I have a long toss. "He's making progress. He's doing well," he said. The team has not yet received the latest test results for RHP Stephen Strasburg. He has a stress response on his ribs and is on the injury list. Martinez is ready to test his inflamed left knee by throwing without sitting in a chair. INF Ramon Urias (tension diagonally to the left) started a light baseball activity on Wednesday. "Just to get him back on track," said manager Brandon Hyde. There is a light pad on the bat to relieve pain while on the plate. Suspended pitcher Matt Harvey will pitch to Class A Aberdeen on Thursday. Harvey, who signed the minor league contract, was suspended for 60 games on April 29th. Distributing banned drugs of abuse.

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National Z: After taking off on Thursday, Washington will send Paolo Espino (0-1, 2.29 ERA) to the mound on Friday night with the opener of a three-game series with host Texas Rangers.

Orioles: RHP Dean Kremer (1-1, 2.35) will help the Orioles launch a four-game series against the White Sox in Chicago on Thursday night.