Baltimore OriolesOrioles
40-86
SP D.Bundy
Wed 8/14, 5:05 PM -
NYY -255, O/U 10.5
New York YankeesYankees
83-44
SP J.Happ
Wed 8/14, 5:05 PM - --
NYY -255, O/U 10.5
Orioles
40-86
SP D.Bundy
Yankees
83-44
SP J.Happ
Lines
Team
Orioles
Yankees
+205
-255
+220
-240
+215
-255
+209
-235
+207
-226
Schedule Summary
BAL
Teams
NYY
125
No. Of Games
126
40-86
Record
83-44
52-73
ATS Record
74-52
41.6%
Cover%
58.7%
65-51
O/U Record
72-50
56.0%
Over%
59.0%
Schedule & Result
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Total Games: 114Record: 70-44 ATS Record: 56-58O/U Record: 68-42
Games: 114Record: 70-44 ATS: 56-58O/U: 68-42
DateOpponentScoreATSO/UB2BWed 8/21@ OAKL 2-6L -1.5U 9.5NOSun 8/18vs. CLEL 4-8L +1.5O 10YESSat 8/17vs. CLEW 6-5L -1.5O 10YESFri 8/16vs. CLEW 3-2L -1.5U 10.5YESThu 8/15vs. CLEL 5-19L -1.5O 11YESWed 8/14vs. BALW 6-5W -1.5O 10.5YESTue 8/13vs. BALW 8-3L -1.5O 10.5YESMon 8/12vs. BALW 11-8L -1.5O 11.5NOSat 8/10@ TORL 4-5L -1.5U 11YESFri 8/9@ TORL 2-8L -1.5U 10.5YESThu 8/8@ TORW 12-6W -1.5O 10.5YESWed 8/7@ BALW 14-2L -1.5O 9.5NOWed 8/7@ BALW 9-4L -1.5O 11NOMon 8/5@ BALW 9-6L -1.5O 10.5NOMon 8/5vs. BOSW 7-4W +1.5O 10NOSat 8/3vs. BOSW 9-2W +1.5O 9YESFri 8/2vs. BOSW 4-2W -1.5U 10NOWed 7/31vs. ARIW 7-5W -1.5O 9YESTue 7/30vs. ARIL 2-4L -1.5U 11.5NOSun 7/28@ BOSW 9-6W +1.5O 10YESSat 7/27@ BOSL 5-9L +1.5O 11.5YESFri 7/26@ BOSL 5-10L -1.5O 11.5YESThu 7/25@ BOSL 3-19L -1.5O 11YESThu 7/25@ MINW 10-7W -1.5O 11YESWed 7/24@ MINW 14-12W -1.5O 10YESTue 7/23@ MINL 6-8L -1.5O 11NOSun 7/21vs. COLL 4-8L -1.5O 10.5YESSat 7/20vs. COLW 11-5W -1.5O 11.5YESFri 7/19vs. COLW 8-2W -1.5U 11.5YESThu 7/18vs. TBW 6-2W -1.5U 9.5NOTue 7/16vs. TBW 8-3W -1.5O 10.5YESMon 7/15vs. TBL 4-5L -1.5--YESSun 7/14vs. TORW 4-2W -1.5U 9.5YESSat 7/13vs. TORL 1-2L -1.5U 12NOSun 7/7@ TBL 1-2W +1.5U 7.5YESSat 7/6@ TBL 3-4W +1.5U 8.5YESFri 7/5@ TBW 8-4W -1.5O 8.5YESThu 7/4@ TBW 8-4W -1.5O 9YESWed 7/3@ NYMW 5-1W -1.5U 10YESTue 7/2@ NYML 2-4L -1.5U 9NOSun 6/30@ BOSW 12-8W -1.5O 15YESSat 6/29@ BOSW 17-13W -1.5O 11.5NOWed 6/26vs. TORW 8-7L -1.5O 10YESTue 6/25vs. TORW 4-3L -1.5U 12YESMon 6/24vs. TORW 10-8W -1.5O 10.5YESSun 6/23vs. HOUL 4-9L +1.5O 10YESSat 6/22vs. HOUW 7-5W -1.5O 10YESFri 6/21vs. HOUW 4-1W -1.5U 9.5YESThu 6/20vs. HOUW 10-6W -1.5O 10YESWed 6/19vs. TBW 12-1W +1.5O 9NOWed 6/19vs. TBW 6-3W -1.5U 9.5NOSun 6/16@ CHWW 10-3W -1.5O 9YESSat 6/15@ CHWW 8-4W -1.5O 9.5YESSat 6/15@ CHWL 2-10L +1.5O 8.5YESFri 6/14@ CHWL 4-5L -1.5U 9.5NOTue 6/11vs. NYML 4-10L -1.5O 9NOSun 6/9@ CLEW 7-6W +1.5O 9.5YESSat 6/8@ CLEL 4-8L -1.5O 10YESFri 6/7@ CLEL 2-5L -1.5U 9YESThu 6/6@ TORW 6-2W -1.5U 10.5YESWed 6/5@ TORL 7-11L -1.5O 8.5YESTue 6/4@ TORL 3-4L -1.5U 9NOSun 6/2vs. BOSL 5-8L +1.5O 10YESSat 6/1vs. BOSW 5-3W -1.5U 9.5YESFri 5/31vs. BOSW 4-1W +1.5U 9NOTue 5/28vs. SDL 4-5L -1.5--YESMon 5/27vs. SDW 5-2W -1.5U 10YESSun 5/26@ KCL 7-8L -1.5O 9.5YESSat 5/25@ KCW 7-3W -1.5--NOThu 5/23@ BALW 6-5W -1.5O 8.5YESWed 5/22@ BALW 7-5L -1.5O 10YESTue 5/21@ BALW 11-4L -1.5O 9.5YESMon 5/20@ BALW 10-7L -1.5O 9YESSun 5/19vs. TBW 13-5W +1.5O 9YESSat 5/18vs. TBL 1-2W +1.5U 8.5YESFri 5/17vs. TBW 4-3L -1.5U 10NOWed 5/15vs. BALW 5-3L -1.5U 9.5NOSun 5/12@ TBW 7-1W +1.5O 7YESSat 5/11@ TBL 2-7L +1.5O 8.5YESFri 5/10@ TBW 4-3W +1.5--YESThu 5/9vs. SEAW 3-1W -1.5U 9YESWed 5/8vs. SEAL 1-10L -1.5O 9YESTue 5/7vs. SEAW 5-4L -1.5U 9.5YESMon 5/6vs. SEAW 7-3W -1.5O 9YESSun 5/5vs. MINW 4-1W -1.5U 8.5YESSat 5/4vs. MINL 3-7L -1.5O 9YESFri 5/3vs. MINW 6-3W -1.5O 7.5NOWed 5/1@ ARIL 2-3L -1.5U 7.5NOWed 5/1@ ARIL 1-3L +1.5U 8.5NOSun 4/28@ SFW 11-5W -1.5O 7.5YESSat 4/27@ SFW 6-4W -1.5O 7YESSat 4/27@ SFW 7-3W -1.5O 6YESFri 4/26@ LAAL 5-11L -1.5O 8YESThu 4/25@ LAAW 6-5L -1.5O 8.5YESWed 4/24@ LAAW 7-5W -1.5O 8.5YESTue 4/23@ LAAW 4-3W +1.5U 8.5NOSun 4/21vs. KCW 7-6L -1.5O 7.5YESSat 4/20vs. KCW 9-2W -1.5O 8.5YESFri 4/19vs. KCW 6-2W -1.5U 8.5YESThu 4/18vs. KCL 1-6L -1.5U 9YESWed 4/17vs. BOSW 5-3W -1.5U 9NOSun 4/14vs. CHWL 2-5L -1.5U 9NOFri 4/12vs. CHWL 6-7L -1.5O 9.5NOWed 4/10@ HOUL 6-8L +1.5O 8NOWed 4/10@ HOUL 3-6L +1.5O 8NOMon 4/8@ HOUL 3-4W +1.5U 8YESSun 4/7@ BALW 15-3L -1.5O 9YESSat 4/6@ BALW 6-4L -1.5O 8.5NOThu 4/4@ BALW 8-4L -1.5O 8YESWed 4/3vs. DETL 1-2L -1.5U 9.5YESTue 4/2vs. DETL 1-3L -1.5U 7.5YESMon 4/1vs. DETW 3-1W -1.5U 8.5YESSun 3/31vs. BALL 5-7W -1.5O 8.5YESSat 3/30vs. BALL 3-5W -1.5U 8.5NO
 
Orioles Pitching
1
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Dylan Bundy
 
Yankees Pitching
1
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J.A. Happ
BAL Pitching
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Orioles Pitching
1
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Dylan Bundy
 
Orioles Lineup
3B
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Hanser Alberto
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1B
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Trey Mancini
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RF
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Anthony Santander
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DH
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Renato Nunez
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2B
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Jonathan Villar
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C
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Pedro Severino
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LF
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Jace Peterson
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CF
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Steve Wilkerson
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SS
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Richie Martin
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Yankees Lineup
CF
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Brett Gardner
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RF
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Aaron Judge
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3B
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Giovanny Urshela
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SS
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Didi Gregorius
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C
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Gary Sanchez
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DH
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Gleyber Torres
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LF
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Mike Tauchman
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1B
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Mike Ford
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2B
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Thairo Estrada
10IL
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Orioles Lineup
3B
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Hanser Alberto
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1B
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Trey Mancini
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RF
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Anthony Santander
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DH
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Renato Nunez
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2B
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Jonathan Villar
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C
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Pedro Severino
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LF
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Jace Peterson
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CF
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Steve Wilkerson
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SS
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Richie Martin
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Orioles Injuries
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Mark TrumboBAL
Rehab assignment likely
He has not played a big-league game this season, and it's unclear what type of role he will fill when rosters expand in September. Trumbo is a free agent after the season, so it seems likely that Baltimore would prefer to give playing time to younger players who may be a part of the future.
60IL
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Dwight SmithBAL
Cleared for rehab assignment
Smith had been expected to initiate his rehab assignment over the past weekend, but the Orioles opted to give him a few extra days of rest before clearing him for game action. Because he's been on the shelf nearly three weeks with the left calf strain, Smith will likely need to play multiple games in the minors before the Orioles are comfortable with activating him from the 10-day injured list.
10IL
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Josh RogersBAL
Undergoes Tommy John surgery
The procedure was technically referred to as UCL revision, as he'd already gone through the surgery once in high school. Rogers will miss the rest of 2019 and will return very late in 2020 at the earliest.
60IL
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D.L. HallBAL
Shut down with lat strain
Frederick is expected to place Hall on its 7-day injured list later Sunday, with the 2017 first-round pick wrapping up the Carolina League campaign with a 3.46 ERA and 116:54 K:BB across 80.2 innings. On a positive note, the lat strain is of the mildest variety, so Hall doesn't look like he'll require an extended rehab period by the time the offseason arrives. The Orioles are still leaving the door open for Hall to perhaps pitch during the Arizona Fall League, though it wouldn't be surprising if the organization erred on the side of caution with the prized young southpaw and held him out of action until spring training.
7IL
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Alex CobbBAL
No complications with surgery
The procedure officially spells an end to Cobb's season after he made three unproductive starts for the Orioles. surrendering 15 runs over 12.1 innings in those outings. Baltimore would surely like a mulligan after signing Cobb to a four-year, $57 million contract last March with the expectation that he would serve as the staff ace. Cobb, who is expected to be back to full strength by next spring, has gone 5-17 with a 5.36 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 6.0 K/9 over 31 starts the past two seasons.
60IL
 
Yankees Injuries
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Stephen TarpleyNYY
Lands on IL
He gave up two runs on one hit and four walks in Saturday's game in Toronto. Joe Mantiply's contract was selected from Triple-A to take Tarpley's place in the bullpen.
10IL
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Jonathan HolderNYY
Lands on shelf
He hasn't pitched since giving up two runs in 2.2 innings in Baltimore on Aug. 6. Stephen Tarpley was recalled to take his place in the bullpen.
10IL
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Luke VoitNYY
starting rehab assignment Friday
Voit is likely to join Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre for the rehab stint as he makes his way back from a sports hernia. The Yankees are beginning a nine-game, west-coast road trip Tuesday, so it seems unlikely the 28-year-old would make the cross-country trek to be activated prior to the homestand.
10IL
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Jordan MontgomeryNYY
Completes sim game
Montgomery continues to slowly work his way back from a shoulder injury that he suffered while working his way back from Tommy John surgery earlier in the season. While the lefty is making positive strides in his recovery, manager Aaron Boone was noncommittal when asked if Montgomery would pitch in the majors this season. "We'll see," noted the skipper.
60IL
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David HaleNYY
Tosses bullpen Thursday
This is a step in the right direction for Hale, who has been sidelined since the end of July with a back strain. He's eligible to return from the injured list but will evidently need more time before he's ready to rejoin the Yankees' bullpen.
10IL
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Giancarlo StantonNYY
begins running on field
It was last reported that Stanton was running up to 75-to-85 percent on an anti-gravity treadmill, so his progression to running on flat ground in good news for his recovery from the PCL strain. GM Brian Cashman said last week that the veteran slugger is expected to return in September, and the team is likely to remain cautious with his return while managing a comfortable lead in the AL East. Stanton has already resumed light baseball activities and should continue ramping things up, perhaps in advance of a rehab assignment.
60IL
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Ben HellerNYY
Ready to begin rehab assignment
Heller will take the mound as the opening pitcher for the RailRiders on Saturday in his first appearance since July 14. The 28-year-old underwent Tommy John surgery last April and recently had his rehab put on hold due to a right forearm strain. Should he experience no further setbacks, Heller could be in line for a stint with the Yankees in September.
60IL
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Aaron HicksNYY
won't throw for two weeks
Hicks was hopeful to get the green light to resume throwing Monday after visiting doctors, but manager Aaron Boone stated that Hicks will need to wait at least two more weeks. This will likely push the outfielder's return date back to early-to-mid September.
10IL
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Edwin EncarnacionNYY
yet to resume baseball activities
Encarnacion indicated that he is "feeling better" but has not progressed in his recovery from a fractured wrist as quickly as originally hoped. He was placed on the 10-day injured list Aug. 3 after being hit by a pitch in a game against the Red Sox the previous day. His timeline for rejoining the Yankees was originally set at 3-5 weeks, but Encarnacion is now likely looking at a mid-September return, at best.
10IL
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Thairo EstradaNYY
Joins ever-growing IL
Tyler Wade was summoned from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in a corresponding move while Estrada becomes the 28th different Yankees player to land on the IL this season. After being called up from Triple-A earlier in the week, Estrada appeared in three games with New York, going hitless across seven at-bats. He'll be eligible to return from the IL on Aug. 28, but the Yankees could elect to wait until the roster expands Sept. 1 before bringing him back, health permitting.
10IL
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Jacoby EllsburyNYY
Slowly progressing
He has dealt with several injuries this year, including plantar fasciitis and most recently a hip issue that slowed him in his rehab. Ellsbury is without a timetable to return and has not yet progressed to baseball activities.
60IL
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Greg BirdNYY
Spotted wearing walking boot
Bird has been out since April 16 with plantar fasciitis. Earlier reports indicated that he had shed the walking boot and was running on an anti-gravity treadmill, but this update suggests that his return to the field is not imminent. The 26-year-old has played in only 10 games for the Yankees this season, hitting .171 with 16 strikeouts in 35 at-bats.
60IL
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Luis SeverinoNYY
Facing hitters Thursday
Severino threw against three batters Sunday -- supplemented with a 25-pitch bullpen session -- and also had a short side session Tuesday. The 25-year-old has yet to pitch this season after suffering a right lat strain during spring training, but he's hoping to make a return to the Yankees in September.
60IL
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Miguel AndujarNYY
to resume throwing in September
Andujar's sophomore season wound up being a completely lost one, as he hit just .128 in 12 games before being shut down for season-ending shoulder surgery in mid-May. He believes he'll be ready for the start of spring training, though the situation will be one to keep an eye on as that time approaches.
60IL
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Dellin BetancesNYY
Set for long side session
The scheduled session comes after Betances pitched off the mound thrice in the last week. He has been ramping up his rehab in hopes of rejoining the Yankees in September.
60IL
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Jake BarrettNYY
Shifts to 60-day IL
Barrett landed on the 10-day IL on May 26 with elbow inflammation and apparently hasn't made much progress towards his return. The 27-year-old will be unable to be activated until late July.
60IL
BAL Injuries
NYY Injuries
 
Orioles Injuries
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Mark TrumboBAL
Rehab assignment likely
He has not played a big-league game this season, and it's unclear what type of role he will fill when rosters expand in September. Trumbo is a free agent after the season, so it seems likely that Baltimore would prefer to give playing time to younger players who may be a part of the future.
60IL
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Dwight SmithBAL
Cleared for rehab assignment
Smith had been expected to initiate his rehab assignment over the past weekend, but the Orioles opted to give him a few extra days of rest before clearing him for game action. Because he's been on the shelf nearly three weeks with the left calf strain, Smith will likely need to play multiple games in the minors before the Orioles are comfortable with activating him from the 10-day injured list.
10IL
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Josh RogersBAL
Undergoes Tommy John surgery
The procedure was technically referred to as UCL revision, as he'd already gone through the surgery once in high school. Rogers will miss the rest of 2019 and will return very late in 2020 at the earliest.
60IL
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D.L. HallBAL
Shut down with lat strain
Frederick is expected to place Hall on its 7-day injured list later Sunday, with the 2017 first-round pick wrapping up the Carolina League campaign with a 3.46 ERA and 116:54 K:BB across 80.2 innings. On a positive note, the lat strain is of the mildest variety, so Hall doesn't look like he'll require an extended rehab period by the time the offseason arrives. The Orioles are still leaving the door open for Hall to perhaps pitch during the Arizona Fall League, though it wouldn't be surprising if the organization erred on the side of caution with the prized young southpaw and held him out of action until spring training.
7IL
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Alex CobbBAL
No complications with surgery
The procedure officially spells an end to Cobb's season after he made three unproductive starts for the Orioles. surrendering 15 runs over 12.1 innings in those outings. Baltimore would surely like a mulligan after signing Cobb to a four-year, $57 million contract last March with the expectation that he would serve as the staff ace. Cobb, who is expected to be back to full strength by next spring, has gone 5-17 with a 5.36 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 6.0 K/9 over 31 starts the past two seasons.
60IL