Orioles Err and Lose 6-4


The NEW LOOK Orioles threw away a chance for a Dylan Bundy win with a massive error in the seventh inning.

Is this the real life?
Is this just fantasy?

Dylan Bundy looked like the pitcher he was before he became a hitter and threw six and two thirds innings of crisp late summer baseball. He allowed no home runs, struck out six and gave up only two earned runs. Earned.

Open your eyes
Look up to the skies and see.

The Rains that had been plaguing the Baltimore area cleared to allow for just over nine thousand adoring fans, or paying fans, or tickets printed. Yeah.

Cedric Mullins homered.
Trey Mancini tripled and scored on a reviewed play at the plate. He also singled.
As did Adam Jones in one of his probable final Orioles home game and then he did it again.
Steve Wilkerson returned to the playing field with an 0-for-3 performance.

But now I’ve gone and thrown it all away.

Yes, those unearned runs. Well Paul Fry allowed one of his own. But dear Dylan Bundy had Stevie to thank for his three UNEARNED scores on his evening line.

Actually, one twitter fan thought that Bundy was out of his mess before the errant two run error throw.

Don Hart and Mychal Givens pitched scoreless frames.

D.J. Stewart got his first MLB hit and both he and Jonathan Villar swiped bases.

Carry on, carry on, as if nothing really matters

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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.