The Orioles came back Tuesday with a miraculous start by Dean Kremer.
The Orioles made another statement in Toronto after their win on Monday. They have already taken the series.
The Orioles starting lineup:
C. Mullins CF, 2. A. Rutschman C, 3. A. Santander DH, 4. R. Mountcastle 1B, 5. T. Vavra LF, 6. R. Odor 3B, 7. R. Urias 3B, 8. J. Mateo SS, 9. R. McKenna
The starting pitcher for the Orioles was Dean Kremer (4-4, 3.69 ERA).
The Blue Jays starting lineup:
G. Springer DH, 2. V. Guerrero Jr 1B, 3. L. Gurriel Jr. LF, 4. A. Kirk C, 5. M. Chapman 3B, 6. T. Hernandez RF, 7. B. Bichette SS, 8. S. Espinal 2B, 9. J. Bradley Jr CF
The starter on the mound for Toronto was Alek Manoah (12-5, 2.56 ERA)
Vladimir Guerrero started the game off for Toronto with a 2-run 398-foot home run (25) to give the Blue Jays a 2-0 lead. Kremer would not allow another run in his seven innings. He got out of multiple jams, including eliciting a double play with the bases loaded.
Ramon Urias hit a single to give the O’s a 3-2 lead in the 6th.
Adam Cimber (3.10 ERA) relieved Bass in the 8th.
Dillon Tate (2.48 ERA) came in for Baltimore in the 8th and pitched a clean inning.
David Phelps (2.58 ERA) entered to finish the game for the Blue Jays.
Felix Bautista (1.65 ERA) came in to make his 52nd appearance on the season and easily pitched a 1-2-3 inning. This might have been the best we’ve seen him, and he threw very few fastballs.
The Orioles will look for the sweep against Toronto tomorrow, Wednesday, August 17th at 3:07 PM EST.