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58-42, 1st in AL East

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Despite a strong start from Dylan Bundy (five perfect innings before tiring), the Orioles lost 3-1 in the rubber match against the Rockies. It's just the second time this season that the O's - whose .698 home winning percentage is the best in baseball - have dropped a series at Camden Yards.

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Hundley gets Rockies on board first with two-run blast (0:19)
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Dahl hits first career home run (0:18)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Orioles rookie Dylan Bundy was perfect through 5.1 innings (with 8 K's). Then came a walk. Then came a homer. Then came another homer. The Rockies lead 3-0, and Bundy's done after 5.2 and 89 pitches (standing O upon removal), but it looks like the O's might have something special with the 23-year old righty - assuming he can stay healthy.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Huge standing ovation at Camden Yards as Orioles slugger Chris Davis bunts down the 3B line to beat the Rockies' shift. Hard to tell what the fans were most happy about - the shift-busting strategy, or that fact that the single broke an 0-for-24 slump for Davis.

Lineup: Orioles (58-41) vs. Rockies (48-52)

  • 1. Adam Jones, CF (R)
  • 2. Hyun Soo Kim, LF (L)
  • 3. Manny Machado, 3B (R)
  • 4. Chris Davis, 1B (L)
  • 5. Mark Trumbo, DH (R)
  • 6. Jonathan Schoop, 2B (R)
  • 7. Matt Wieters, C (S)
  • 8. J.J. Hardy, SS (R)
  • 9. Nolan Reimold, RF (R)
  • SP: Dylan Bundy, RHP
  • Daily notes

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Does anyone want to win the AL Cy Young?

Three of the top candidates for the award -- Chris Tillman, Steven Wright and Danny Salazar -- pitched Tuesday. and each struggled. Tillman, who led AL starters in WAR entering the day, gave up six runs in five innings and saw his ERA rise to 3.47. Five things we learned Tuesday

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Factors behind Orioles' march to first place

What makes the Baltimore Orioles so good? Jeff Sullivan examines that in detail and identifies the overachievers (like Mark Trumbo) and key position units (such as the bullpen).

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Orioles ace Chris Tillman tied a season-high by allowing six runs as Baltimore lost to Colorado 6-3 to snap a five-game winning streak. In each of his previous four starts, Tillman - who came in with a 14-2 record, a 3.18 ERA, and legit Cy Young buzz - had gone at least seven innings and allowed no more than one earned run.

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O's welcome Kim (DL), Jimenez (paternity) back

Hyun Soo Kim, who was on the 15-day DL with a right hamstring strain, and Ubaldo Jimenez, who was on paternity leave, rejoined the Orioles on Tuesday.

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Without Hyun Soo Kim, the Orioles were more like the rioles: They were missing O. In 11 games without Kim (hammy), the Birds averaged just 2.9 runs per contest. The good news? Kim, whose .410 OBP ranks 5th in the AL (min. 150 PA's) returns today. Here he is taking BP.

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Small chance Orioles trade Chance Sisco

With Matt Wieters once again a free agent, Sisco is the one minor leaguer to hang on to. His power hasn't developed, with just two home runs in Double-A, but he's just 21 and hitting over .300 with a .400 OBP. Schoenfield: Untouchable players for all 30 teams

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Machado likely to earn #MLBRank spot

Manny Machado just missed the cut in our all-time top-100 list, and one could argue he was more deserving than Bryce Harper. Dan Szymborski thinks it's only a matter of time before the 24-year-old peaks and earns his spot. #MLBRank: Future top 100 candidates

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Jimenez returning to Orioles' rotation?

With Thursday's starter vs. the Twins yet to be announced, O's manager Buck Showalter hinted that Ubaldo Jiminez could get the nod. "We're going to have to kind of wait and see how we get through the next couple days before we commit to Thursday, see where Ubaldo fits in when he gets back [from paternity leave Tuesday]," Showalter said. Baltimore Sun

Plenty of rarity in Orioles' walk-off

The O's walked off on an error by Rockies pitcher Jordan Lyles on Monday. They're the first team to win that way since the Yankees beat the Rays in similar fashion on July 4, 2015. Also, it's the first time Baltimore has won on a walk-off pitcher error since the final game of the 2009 season, the Elias Sports Bureau reports.

Stats & Info

AL teams win in style on Monday

The Rangers, Orioles and White Sox all won courtesy of some late-game heroics. Things were straightforward for Texas and Chicago, while Baltimore walked off on a fielding error by Colorado's pitcher in the 10th inning.

Stats & Info

Good things come in fives for Orioles

The Orioles have won five straight for the fifth time this season with help from five consecutive starts of two runs or fewer by their rotation. Monday's victory marked their fifth of the walk-off variety in 2016.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs4788th
Batting Average.2657th
On Base Percentage.32512th
Slugging Percentage.4513rd
Earned Run Average4.1914th
Quality Starts40Tied-25th
WHIP1.3820th
BAA.26019th

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