The Orioles fought till the last out but were unable to continue their winning streak on Sunday afternoon.
Chicago White Sox right-hander Dylan Siege defeated a career-high 13 batters in a 4–3 victory, which would have been Baltimore’s first four-game road sweep since 2011.
Baltimore (34–40) scored twice in the ninth and scored a potential tie and go-forward at base, but Trey Mancini struck to end the game and the Orioles’ four-game winning streak.
The struggle went on in seven innings and allowed four hits, one of them being a single shot by Jonathan Araz for his first hit with Baltimore. Orioles starter Jordan Lyles also covered seven frames, although he encountered a lot of traffic. The four that Lyle surrendered matched the permission of the rest of the pitching staff, as he was dismissed from his previous start on Tuesday.
Gilman product Gavin Sheets, son of former Oriole Larry Sheets, got the White Sox on the board with a two-run home run in the bottom half of the second. Araz answered with his home run in the top of third, but Leylin Sosa doubled for his first major league hit and eventually scored on Andrew Vaughan’s sacrificial fly, when Leylin Sosa returned that run in the bottom half. given. The fourth bit moves to Liles thanks to a pair of two-out singles.
He kept Chicago scoreless in his last three frames, throwing 111 pitches in the outing. This marked the start of Lyles’ third seven-innings run of the year; All other Orioles are combined to one.
Baltimore did not threaten further against the clash until seventh when Adley Ratschmann doubled with one, but was trapped in second. The Orioles put on two for third and fourth hitters Anthony Santander and Austin Hayes against Joe Kelly in the eighth, both representing tying runs, but Santander put out Hayes before a strikeout to end the innings.
White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu made a pair of errors with a running ninth and a single following. After Roughnad Odor was dismissed as a pinch-hitter, Cedric Mullins pitched a sacrificial fly to bring the Orioles within one, but Mancini struck to end the game.
gone away first
Araz became the first Oriol for Homer to have his first hit with the club since Keon Broxton in 2019. Broxton at Coors Field, Colorado, walked an estimated 474 feet, the Oriole’s longest home run since 2016.
The 23-year-old Arauz, who claimed a waiver from the Boston Red Sox earlier this month, was playing his second game for the Orioles after being called up on Saturday. The switch-hitter figures to get time around the infield, playing third base on Sunday after starting on the second Saturday. In the bottom of the eighth, he began an impressive double play to halt the Chicago Insurance run.
around the horn
>> Kyle Braddish, right-hander, should have a swelling 15-day injury list, said he has “no doubt” he will be activated once eligible. Manager Brandon Hyde said he hoped it would be around then, but the club needed to see him back on a mound first.
>> Mancini was in the lineup on the designated hitter on Saturday after taking a pitch in his left hand. Oder did not start a game in the series as he struggled with back pain.
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