Lyle dominates from the Orioles in the final with a win over Tiger; Stowers shines on offense and defense; Aberdeen loses

BALTIMORE – After losing two straight home games to the Detroit Tigers and five in a row this season, the Orioles got a solid performance from veteran debutante Jordan Lyles, who only allowed three strokes in an 8-1 win in a full game before announcing the crowd. From 9314 at Camden Yards on Wednesday night.

The kids were fine, too, on one night Kyle Storrs and his fellow freshmen breathed life into a stagnant attack.

The 31-year-old Lyles only threw his second full match, his first since four strokes, on September 30.The tenth2012, when he was promoting for the Colorado team. This was the Orioles’ first full home game since Dylan Bundy threw a single hit on August 30The tenth2017.

Lyles hit a four and didn’t walk with a hit, throwing 94 throws, 72 of which were hits. The lead hitter was not allowed access in any turn. The only other complete match in manager Brandon Hyde’s four seasons was John Maines’ no hitter on May 5The tenth2021 in Seattle.

“I was active early and was able to get into the game,” Lyles said. “I looked up and I had 50 pitches in about five rounds and kind of clicked, and it was time to go from there.”

Lyles (11-11) allowed a first-rate single to Keri Carpenter, a second song by Harold Castro, then retired 14th in a row before Carpenter sparkled with one for seventh.

“It was fun tonight to work with [catcher Robinson Chirinos]“But we have to win,” Lyles said, “I’m so proud of that. Getting another day off to the parking lot. It always pays off for that long stretch at the end of the year. There are so many games out there to go.”

Lyles retired his last eight hits and was helped by a superb defense in the ninth minute.

“Everything was working for him,” said Chirinos. “He was hitting his points. His stuff was bad today. That was the best I’ve seen this year. I picked a guy on the whole course to throw a full game and Jordan is the guy who’s been throwing a lot of innings all year. He was ahead of everyone, that was the key to throwing a full game.” “.

In episode nine, the Stowers caught slipping into a sloppy area on a liner by Akil Baddoo for the first time. First base captain Ryan Mount Castle kicked a hit by Riley Greene and threw it to Lyles for the second time, and Storrs ran a fly-ball from Willie Castro for the third time.

In five losses to Detroit (57-92), the Oriole (77-71) scored just five runs and were 1 for 26 with the contestants in the scoring position. They had no lead in any match.

“Jordan came out and set the tone on the pile,” Hyde said.

Hyde was impressed by Lyles, who couldn’t play on September 5The tenth Double-headed against Toronto due to illness and allowed eight runs in seven strokes in a 17-4 loss to Boston five days later, and was able to rebound. on September 16The tenthLillis allowed four runs in five strokes in five rounds in Toronto.

“He was going through a little rough patch, too,” Hyde said. “To be able to come back and give us a head start we really needed. We’ve obviously been squabbling with the bats, and we haven’t played our best baseball game in the last week for 10 days. For a veteran to go nine rounds and put the team on his back, give the Bulls a break, especially in the The expanse we are in… that was huge for us.”

With 14 matches remaining, the Orioles are exiting 4 in the wild card race.

Storrs and fellow rookies Adly Rochman, Gunnar Henderson and Trine Vavra led the Orioles’ attack. Storrs led in three runs on a single home tour. Rochman drove in two, Henderson drove in one and got hit twice, Favra was hit and walked twice.

The Orioles scored three games in the third. Ramon Urillas set off for a walk against Detroit’s Matt Manning (2-3). With one stroke, Cedric Mullins fired, and Rochman rebounded to second-placed Harold Castro, who fired in, allowing Orias to score.

Mullins recorded on an RBI song by Henderson, and Mount Castle brought home Rutschman in a deep fly to the left.

The Stowers series executed twice on its home ground to the left of center, caught by Oriole near Félix Bautista, gave the Oriole a 5-0 lead in sixth. This was his second time at home.

After watching all the balls [Mountcastle] I’ve hit the last few weeks that haven’t run out, you can’t trust anything, I think,” said Storrs. “I was just worried he’d catch it.”

Storrs, Cherinos and Rochman added the eighth RBI singles to lead 8-1.

“It feels really good to help the team win,” said Storrs. “I am delighted to be able to deliver and help the team as I can take on any role for me, I will be ready to go and do it to the best of my ability.”

After Lyles retired to Detroit in eighth, Hyde never thought about going to the track.

“I had a pretty good idea of ​​what he wanted to do,” Hyde said. “And I wanted him to go out there.”

Notes: The Oriole was 5 for 10 with two contestants in the scoring position. … The match time was 2 hours and 27 minutes, the shortest time of the season. … stole Jorge Matteo, 31Street Base in the eighth, tied him with Mullins and two others to lead the American League. … The Orioles will play Houston in a four-game series. Kyle Pradesh (3-7, 5.05) will face Justin Verlander (17-3, 1.78) on Thursday night. … Lyle threw 30The tenth The complete game in the major leagues this season.

Minor periodic update: High-Aberdeen lost to Bowling Green, 4-0, in the third and deciding game of the South Atlantic League. The Iron Birds, who lost their first game at Bowling Green on Sunday and won on Tuesday at Ripken Stadium, were hit by four strokes.

Conor Gillespie let a run and lost. Kade Strowd gave up three runs.

Grayson Rodriguez allowed three rounds on six strokes in 3 2/3 innings as Triple A Norfolk beat Durham, 13-9. Rodriguez threw 83 shots, shot seven and walked three.

Second baseman Conor Norby had three more hits and three RBIs in his second game with the tides. He hit his second run at home.

Midfielder Brett Phillips hit Homer from three runs, his sixth. Right-hander Colton Kauser crashed in a two-run race, the third. Catcher Anthony Bempom and first baseman Tyler Nevin made their second and sixth runs on home soil.

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