Craig Landefeld

Alex Wells pitched seven scoreless innings allowing four hits and striking out four. The 21-year-old Australian left-hander, who represented the Orioles at the 2018 All-Star Futures Game, is the Orioles hangout player of the day.

Norfolk Tides (59 – 52) Won 7 to 4 – Triple-A

  • Breyvic Valera walked, singled, and doubled in three at bats.
  • Mike Yastrzemski had three singles.
  • Luis Ortiz pitched three innings in his Orioles affiliate debut. He allowed three runs on eight hits and four walks. Ortiz struck out one.

Bowie Baysox (51 – 60) Lost 11 to 7 – Double-A

Frederick Keys (54 – 59) Won 6 to 0 – Class A Advanced

  • Jomar Reyes had three hits, two doubles, in four at bats.
  • Alex Wells pitched seven scoreless innings allowing four hits and striking out four.

Delmarva Shorebirds (56 – 53) Lost 4 to 2 – Class A

  • Brenan Hanifee gave up five this and two runs in five innings. Walking one, striking out two.

Aberdeen IronBirds (20 – 27) Won 2 to 1 – Class A Short Season

  • J.C. Escarra singled and doubled in three at bats.
  • Hector Guance pitched six innings, allowed a run on seven hits and a walk. He struck out three.
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Michael Williams
Michael Williams has been an Orioles fan since the sixties when his family moved from Reading Pa to York Pa. Also, the Phillies and 1964. His Grandfather got the Chef Boyardee box seats and Mike was hooked. Brooks Robinson calls him not a fan, but a friend. He has been a member of the Orioles Hangout since early in the New Millennium and Managing Editor since 2011. Or so it seems. He lives in Harrisburg PA, down by the river. Not currently in a van.