O's hang on to beat White Sox

Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Wade Miley reacts as he walks off the field after being relieved after he was hit by Chicago White Sox's Avisail Garcia's single in the first inning of a baseball game in Baltimore F

O's hang on to beat White Sox

Bundy has been the most productive, consistent Orioles starter, and he extended his season-opening string of quality starts to seven with a solid six-inning performance in a rain-delayed 6-5 victory over the Chicago White Sox before 28,718 on Saturday night at Camden Yards.

Miley has pitched well for the Orioles this year. He pitched six innings, allowed no runs on six hits and got a nice ovation from the crowd when he left in the seventh. He is among the league leaders in several categories and has served as an anchor for the Baltimore starters.

The White Sox are 7-2 in Quintana's last nine starts in game three of a series, and 2-5 in Quintana's last seven road starts. The former No. 4 overall pick yielded a pair of solo home runs against Tampa Bay on April 26 - the only two he has allowed this season - and struggled a bit with his control while walking a season-high four on Monday. This will be Tillman's first start of the season, as he's coming off of a shoulder injury. He just came off the disabled list earlier this week but the issue has resurfaced.

"I was grinding. I didn't have my curveball all game", Bundy said. "I talked to Zach today and Dr. 1/8Michael 3/8 Jacobs and 1/8others 3/8".

"Just trying to gather all the information as to which direction to go", manager Buck Showalter said.


Baltimore bolstered its overworked bullpen by recalling RHP Stefan Crichton from Triple-A Norfolk and optioning RHP Tyler Wilson to the same club.

Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Wade Miley throws to the Chicago White Sox in the first inning of a baseball game in Baltimore, Friday, May 5, 2017. Showalter pulled him and put in Ynoa, who threw six scoreless innings.

It wasn't the first time the baseball has found Miley on the mound.

Still, the Orioles could use Miley back to bolster their pitching depth as they look to remain competitive in the American League East.

For Chicago (15-13), Todd Frazier (back tightness) did not start or play on Friday, and the White Sox are hoping he might make it back to the starting lineup Saturday. The two line drives that knocked Miley out of the game turned Ynoa into the ultimate spot starter, and he responded by carrying the shutout into the seventh inning.

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