The finale of the Orioles’ two-game interleague collection towards the Chicago Cubs was rained out Wednesday after a delay of almost two hours.
The groups will make up the competition at Camden Yards at 3:05 p.m. Aug. 18, which was beforehand a day without work. Tickets for Wednesday’s postponed sport might be legitimate for the make-up sport or might be exchanged for another Orioles residence sport this season.
The Orioles will now play 17 straight video games from Aug. 5 to Aug. 21, with a one-game assembly additionally scheduled Aug. 11 in Boston.
Baltimore received 9-3 within the first and solely sport of the collection Tuesday, leaving the Orioles 3-4 on the homestand. They start a four-game collection in Kansas City on Thursday, pushing their rotation again a day. Jordan Lyles, Bruce Zimmermann, Tyler Wells and Dean Kremer will begin in that collection, whereas Kyle Bradish will open the Orioles’ first collection this season in Toronto.
Before Wednesday’s rainout, Orioles supervisor Brandon mentioned it’s “possible” the membership will place gamers on the restricted checklist for his or her journey to Toronto because of their COVID-19 vaccination standing, declining to supply additional particulars. Players who’re unvaccinated should not permitted in Canada.
>> The Orioles added not too long ago claimed right-hander Austin Voth to their energetic roster and designated infielder Chris Owings for task.
>> Right-hander Spenser Watkins was activated from the 15-day injured checklist and optioned to Triple-A Norfolk.
>> Infielder Gunnar Henderson, the Orioles’ No. 3 prospect, homered in his first Triple-A at-bat Wednesday night time.