BALTIMORE—Chris Davis has tied the major league record for the longest hitless streak by a position player, going 0 for 46 during an unproductive run that began last year.
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BALTIMORE—The L.A. Chargers kept Lamar Jackson grounded and by the time the rookie got the passing game going, it was too late for the Baltimore Ravens.
Michael Badgley kicked five field goals, and L.A. harassed and hounded Jackson, during a 23-17 victory yesterday afternoon in the opening round of the NFL playoffs.
BALTIMORE—A historic defeat for the Baltimore Orioles wasn't much different than the 106 that preceded it.
Baltimore managed only three hits in falling to Toronto 5-0 last night and tied an Orioles' record for losses in a season.
BALTIMORE—Kendrys Morales took his cuts, and the ball didn't go out of the park.
It happens all the time to the best players in the land. On this occasion, however, Morales' homerless performance ended his attempt to make baseball history.
WASHINGTON—The ball cleared the centre field wall, and the sellout crowd roared. Bryce Harper threw his bat in the air, thrust both index fingers skyward and yelled with delight as a shower of streamers rained upon the crowd of 43,698.
BALTIMORE—The Baltimore Orioles finally put on an offensive show at Camden Yards—one that manager Buck Showalter hopes will be repeated many times this summer.
Jonathan Schoop drove in two runs, and Kevin Gausman pitched six effective innings, as the Orioles beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-3 last night to avoid a three-game sweep.
BALTIMORE—With one swing of the bat, Josh Donaldson turned a tight duel into a blowout and sent the historically-meagre crowd at Camden Yards scurrying toward the exits.
Donaldson hit his fourth career grand slam, and Steve Pearce homered for the third-straight game, as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 7-1 last night before just 7,915 chilly fans.
BALTIMORE—Take the ball away from the other guys, hold onto it yourself, and make sure nothing happens to Justin Tucker.
That, apparently, is the formula the Baltimore Ravens intend to use to reach the playoffs.
BALTIMORE—The Miami Dolphins hope a quarterback change won't blunt the momentum they've gathered from a three-game winning streak.
Matt Moore will make his first start of the season tonight against the Baltimore Ravens, who have quarterback issues of a different kind.
BALTIMORE—The power-laden Baltimore Orioles simply couldn't muster enough offence to outdo Toronto slugger Kendrys Morales.
Baltimore's seven-game winning streak ended under a barrage of home runs by Morales, who went deep three times and had a career-high seven RBIs to provide the Blue Jays with an 11-8 victory last night.