A look at the 2021 Baltimore Orioles: Game Notes for Today’s Game at Cleveland

THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2021 • GAME #68 • ROAD GAME #36
BALTIMORE ORIOLES (22-45) at CLEVELAND INDIANS (37-28)
RHP Jorge López (2-7, 5.64) vs. RHP Eli Morgan (0-1, 20.25)

VOTE MULLINS: Following Monday’s All-Star Ballot Update, OF Cedric Mullins ranked 10th among

AL outfielders with 145,537 votes…Statistically, Mullins ranks first among AL outfielders in hits (81),
OBP (.391), slugging (.522), OPS (.913), total bases (132), fWAR (3.0), and weighted runs above
average (18.69), second in batting average (.320) and doubles (18), and tied for third in extra-base
hits (30)…His seven outs above average and six runs prevented are the most by a center fielder in the
majors, according to Statcast.
 Mullins is batting a Major League best .435 (20-for-46) in the month of June (12 G); has hit
safely in 11 of the 12 games…His 1.279 OPS this month is the third-highest in the majors
(Guerrero, Jr., TOR – 1.368 and Olson, OAK – 1.287).
 He’s batting .462 (12-for-26) with two strikes in June; for the season he is batting an O’s-best
.241 (32-for-133) with two strikes.
 He’s hit safely in 52 of 66 games played in this year (52 of 64 starts), including a team-best
19 multi-hit efforts…Has had two 11-game hitting streaks and one nine-game hitting streak on
the campaign.
 Mullins is batting .417 (25-for-60) in the first inning…His 25 first inning hits lead the majors and
are the most hits by a player in any inning in the majors.
 He’s batting .382 (39-for-102) when leading off an inning; his 39 hits leading off an inning are
the most in the majors.
 In the O’s 22 wins, Mullins is hitting .427 (38-for-89), hitting safely in 21 of the 22, while in the
O’s 44 losses he’s played in, he’s hitting .262 (43-for-164).

THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD: The Orioles fell to the Indians 8-7 last night to drop their 18 consecutive road game dating back to May 11 at New York-NL.
 It is the longest road losing streak in O’s franchise history (since 1954), surpassing a pair of
13-game losing streaks from April 13 to May 17, 2018 and April 8 to April 28, 1988.
 The 18-straight road losses are the longest streak in the AL this season and the second-longest road losing streak in the majors, trailing only a 22-game winless drought by the Arizona
Diamondbacks (May 4 – current)…It is tied for the eighth-longest streak in MLB history; the
Major League record is 22-straight road losses by the 1943 Philadelphia Athletics, 1963 New
York Mets, and 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks.
 The O’s 18-straight road losses are tied for the fourth-longest streak in AL history and the
longest since the Washington Senators also lost 18-straight from July 16 – August 18, 1949;
the Philadelphia Athletics hold each of the top three road losing streaks in AL history (19 in
1945, 20 in 1916, and 22 in 1943).
 The O’s losing streak includes five sweeps: by the Mets in two games at Citi Field (May 11-12);
by the Nationals in three games at Nationals Park (May 21-23); by the Twins in three games
at Target Field (May 24-26); by the White Sox in four games at Guaranteed Rate Field (May
27-30); by the Rays in three games at Tropicana Field (June 11-13).
 Prior to a 3-2 loss at Citi Field on May 11, the Orioles had gone 11-6 on the road to open the
season, the third-best road winning percentage (.647) at the time.

HOW ABOUT THIS MOUNTY, EH?: INF/OF Ryan Mountcastle matched his career-high, all coming
this season, (May 16 vs. NYY and May 22 at WSH) with four RBI last night…His 36 RBI are the second-most on the O’s…He’s batting .307/.340/.591 (27-for-88) with 24 RBI in his last 24 games (since
May 15); slashed .212/.236/.328 with 12 RBI in his first 37 games.
 Ranks among the Major League rookie league leaders in extra-base hits (T-1st – 22), RBI (2nd –
36), slugging (2nd – .431), home runs (T-2nd – 9), doubles (T-3rd – 12), total bases (5th – 97), hits
(7th – 56), and OPS (8th – .708).

TAKING ON CLEVELAND: The Orioles and Indians will wrap up their season series this afternoon..
The O’s have gone 2-11 in their last 13 games in Cleveland, including dropping five-straight, and haven’t won a series at Progressive Field since 2016…The O’s took two of three games against Cleveland,
June 4-6 at Oriole Park, including scoring a season-high 18 runs against the Tribe on June 6.
 OF Cedric Mullins has hit safely in all six games against the Indians this season, batting
.545 (12-for-22) with five walks…For his career, he’s hit safely in eight of nine games against
Cleveland, while slashing .485/.575/.939.
 INF/OF Ryan Mountcastle has hit safely in each of the five games he’s appeared in against
Cleveland, slashing .476/.500/.1000 (10-for-21) with three homers, six runs scored, and nine RBI.

JUNE BUGGIN’: The Orioles are slashing .269/.327/.428 (117-for-435) in 13 games in June; their
batting average and OBP this month rank as the fifth-best in the AL.
 INF/OF Ryan Mountcastle is slashing .333/.360/.646 with four home runs, eight runs scored,
and 15 RBI in 12 June games…His 15 RBI are tied for the third-most in the majors in the month.
 INF Freddy Galvis has hit safely in seven of 13 games this month, with six of those games
being multi-hit games.
 INF Maikel Franco is slashing .283/.283/.500 in 13 games in June, after slashing
.157/.187/.275 in 26 May games.

VOTE MANCINI: Following Monday’s All-Star Ballot Update, INF Trey Mancini ranked fifth among AL

first basemen with 76,840 votes…Mancini leads the Orioles with 12 home runs, 38 runs scored, and 48
RBI; has also recorded the second-most hits on the team (67)…Mancini’s RBI are tied for the sixth-most
in the AL and tied for the seventh-most in the majors.
 Mancini leads the team with 22 barrels and 81 hard-hit balls (95+ MPH)…He is batting a
team-best .365 (27-for-74) with RISP; the second-most hits with RISP in the majors (Devers,
BOS – 28).

THIS AND THAT:
 The O’s have committed at least one error in a season-high five-straight games; their longest
stretch since June 15-19, 2019 (also five-straight)…The O’s have committed 10 total errors in
their last five games (27.0% of their season total – 37).
 The Orioles will face their third Gonzaga University alum pitcher this season in Eli Morgan
(Gonzales and Mills, SEA), having batted a combined .200 (5-for-25) with two home runs.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS
DATE OPPONENT TIME TV ORIOLES STARTER OPPONENT STARTER
June 18 vs. Toronto 7:05 p.m. MASN LHP Bruce Zimmermann (4-4, 4.83) TBA
June 19 vs. Toronto 4:05 p.m. MASN RHP Dean Kremer (0-6, 6.65) TBA
June 20 vs. Toronto 1:05 p.m. MASN RHP Matt Harvey (3-8, 7.76) TBA
All times listed are Eastern; All games broadcast on the Orioles Radio Network and 105.7 The Fan

O’s SEASON BREAKDOWN
Overall 22-45
Home 11-21
Road 11-24
Day 9-20
Night 13-25
Current Streak L7
Last 5 Games 0-5
Last 10 Games 2-8
April 12-14
May 5-23
June 5-8
July —
August —
September —
vs. LHSP 8-15
vs. RHSP 14-30
Series Opener 8-14
Series Opener at Home 3-7
Series Opener on Road 5-7
By Series 6-12-3
By Home Series 2-6-2
By Road Series 4-6-1
Rubber Games 3-0
Sweeps/Were Swept 1-7
Scored First 13-15
Opponent Scored First 9-30
1-run games 4-12
Comeback Wins 10-19
Last AB Wins 3-8
Walk-off Wins 2-2
Extra Innings 2-4
Led After 6 18-2
Led After 7 18-1
Led After 8 20-2
Tied After 6 1-6
Tied After 7 2-6
Tied After 8 1-2
Behind After 6 3-37
Behind After 7 1-34
Behind After 8 0-36
vs. A.L. Teams 20-38
vs. N.L. Teams 2-7
Hit 0 HR 4-17
Hit 1+ HR 18-28
Scored 3 or Fewer Runs 3-31
Scored 4 or More Runs 19-14
Allowed 3 or Fewer Runs 16-9
Allowed 4 or More Runs 6-36
More Hits than Opponent 16-9
Fewer Hits than Opponent 4-32
Committed No Errors 19-23
Committed 1 or More Errors 3-22

VS. CLEVELAND
Record in 2021 2-4
at Home 2-1
at Cleveland 0-3
Team AVG/OBP/SLG .299/.349/.445
Runs per Game 6.2 (37 R/6 G)
All-Time Record (since 1954) 413-453-0
All-Time at Home 225-212-0
All-Time at Cleveland 188-241-0

ORIOLES – INDIANS HEAD-TO-HEAD
BALTIMORE…………………… CLEVELAND
2-4…………………Record…………………..4-2
.299………………Average……………….. .263
37……………………Runs…………………….. 35
63…………………….Hits……………………… 54
7………………..Home Runs…………………. 7
5.65………………… ERA ………………….. 5.88
47………………. Strikeouts ………………… 55
7…………………….Errors……………………… 4

O’S ON THE INJURED LIST
John Means 10-day (left shoulder strain)
Chris Davis 60-day (lower back strain)
Richie Martin 60-day (left wrist fracture)

HITTING IT OFF
American League Hit Leaders:
No. 1) CEDRIC MULLINS, BAL 81 hits
Vladimir Guerrero, Jr., TOR 81 hits
No. 3) Isiah Kiner-Falefa, TEX 79 hits
No. 4) Xander Bogaerts, BOS 78 hits
No. 5) Bo Bichette, TOR 77 hits
Marcus Semien, TOR 77 hits

TOP VALUE
MLB Wins Above Replacement Leaders:
(according to FanGraphs)
No. 1) Vladimir Guerrero, Jr., TOR 4.2 WAR
No. 2) Ronald Acuña, Jr., ATL 3.4 WAR
Xander Bogaerts, BOS 3.4 WAR
No. 4) Nick Castellanos, CIN 3.3 WAR
No. 5) CEDRIC MULLINS, BAL 3.0 WAR

FLASHING THE LEATHER
MLB Outs Above Average Leaders
as an Outfielder (via Statcast):
No. 1) Manuel Margot, TB 9 OAA
No. 2) CEDRIC MULLINS, BAL 7 OAA
Brett Phillips, TB 7 OAA
No. 4) Adolis García, TEX 5 OAA
No. 5) Nine players tied with 4 OAA

SUMMER HEAT
Major League RBI Leaders in June:
No. 1) Matt Olson, OAK 16 RBI
Anthony Rendon, LAA 16 RBI
No. 3) RYAN MOUNTCASTLE, BAL15 RBI
Mark Canha, OAK 15 RBI
Jake Fraley, SEA 15 RBI

O’s STATCAST NUGGETS
Furthest Home Run
447 ft. – Mountcastle – 6/5 vs. CLE
Exit Velocity Max
114.6 MPH (2B) – Mountcastle – 6/5 vs. CLE
Exit Velocity Avg.
89.6 MPH – Santander (min. 100 AB’s)
Barrels
Mancini (22)
Fastest Pitch
100.2 MPH – Scott – 5/14 vs. NYY

O’S ON THE ROAD
Record 11-24
Team AVG/OBP/SLG .221/.280/.361
Runs per Game 3.6 (125 R/35 G)
Fielding Errors 25
Team ERA 4.67 (151 ER/291.0 IP)
Starters W-L 7-16
Starters ERA 4.86 (97 ER/179.2 IP)
Starters Strikeouts/Walks 173/60
Bullpen W-L 4-8
Bullpen ERA 4.37 (54 ER/111.1 IP)
Bullpen Strikeouts/Walks 116/53
Saves/Opps 7/11
Best Road Trip 4-2 (2x, last: 4/30-5/5)
Worst Road Trip 0-10 (5/21-30)

UPCOMING MILESTONES
Trey Mancini 98 home runs (2 shy of 100)
Matt Harvey 47 wins (3 shy of 50)
Freddy Galvis 935 hits (65 shy of 1,000)
Ryan Mountcastle 98 hits (2 shy of 100)
DJ Stewart 89 hits (11 shy of 100)

TODAY’S STARTING PITCHER

48 RHP JORGE LÓPEZ

2-7, 5.64 ERA
HT: 6-3 WT: 200
DOB: 2/10/93 Age: 28
Bats: R Throws: R

Jorge Lopez

QUICK HITS: Made consecutive quality starts on 5/26 and 5/31 for the fourth
time in his career and first since 9/14-9/19/20…Snapped a four-game losing
streak (since 9/19/20) on 4/16 at Texas with his first win of the season…Claimed
off waivers from Kansas City on 8/9/20 and made his Orioles debut on 8/16/20
vs. Washington…Started as a reliever with Baltimore before moving to the rota- tion on 8/30/20…Originally selected in the second round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers.

LAST START: Suffered his seventh loss of the season on 6/12 at TB, in which
he threw 4.2 innings, allowing five earned runs on a season-high-tying eight hits,
while striking out a season-high-tying eight batters…Did not allow a homer in
the loss, tying the most runs he’s given up without giving up a home run (also:
5/25/19 [G2] vs. NYY & 8/26/18 vs. CLE)…Threw 33 pitches in the first inning, the
second-most pitches he has thrown in any inning this season; allowed three runs
in the first inning, matching his season total of runs allowed in the first frame…His
4.2 innings snapped a season-high four-straight games of 5.0 innings-or-more.

CAREER VS. CLE Will be making his second start against CLE in a three-start
span…Earned his second win of the season on 6/6 vs. CLE, in which he threw
5.0 innings, allowing three earned runs on four hits and three walks, while striking
out two…Is 1-2 in 11 career appearances (two starts) vs. the Indians with a 8.10
ERA (18 ER/2.0 IP); his 11 appearances vs. CLE are his most vs. any opponent.

AGAINST THE AL CENTRAL: Will be making his fourth start vs. the AL Cen- tral…Is 4-8 in 31 career games (15 starts) against the AL Central, posting a 6.29
ERA (72 ER/103.0 IP) with 35 walks, and 79 strikeouts…Has faced AL Central
opponents more than any other division, having played in the division with Kan- sas City from 2018 through parts of 2020 before being acquired by the Orioles.

ON THE ROAD: Will be making his first career start (fifth appearance) at Pro- gressive Field today…Does not have a decision in his four prior outings, pitching
to a 3.60 ERA (2 ER/5.0 IP)…Made one start at Progressive Field last season,
while with Kansas City, throwing 0.2 innings…Is 1-4 in six road starts this year
with a 5.10 ERA (17 ER/30.0 IP) and a .237 (27-for-114) opponents’ average.

LATE INNING BLUES: López has pitched through the fifth inning just six times
this year…Has a 3.55 ERA (15 ER/38.0 IP) in the first three innings, compared to
a 9.13 ERA (23 ER/22.2 IP) in innings 4-6; allowed three runs in the first inning
on 6/12, had allowed just three runs total (2 ER) in the first frame through 12 prior
outings…Has a 16.88 ERA in the fifth inning (15 ER/8.0 IP); his total runs allowed
in the fifth inning this year match his total allowed through the first three innings…
Opponents are batting .471 (16-for-34) during their third time through the lineup,
compared to .233 (47-for-202) the first two times though the lineup…Of his 10
home runs allowed this year, none have come his first time facing the line up,
while seven have the second time through the order.

RUN SUPPORT WOES: Received 12 runs of support on 6/6 and four runs of
support on 6/12; his 16 runs of support in his past two starts are five more than
his total runs of support in his first 11 starts (11 RS)…Has received one run of
support-or-less in 10 of his 13 starts this season, including no run support in four
of those; received five runs of support on 4/16…Is 2-20 in 26-career games as a
starter when receiving two-or-fewer runs of support, compared to 9-4 in 20 starts
when receiving three-or-more runs of support.

2020 HIGHLIGHTS: Went 2-2 with a 6.34 ERA (27 ER/38.1 IP), 12 walks, and 28
strikeouts in nine games (six starts) for the Orioles…Pitched to a 6.14 ERA (20
ER/29.1 IP) with nine walks and 20 strikeouts in the starts alone…Did not earn a
decision in any of his relief appearances…Earned his first win as an Oriole on 9/4
vs. New York-AL (G2), and his first victory since 9/12/19 vs. Chicago-AL…In his
start on 9/14 vs. Atlanta, López became the first Orioles pitcher to toss at least
7.0 innings in a game last season…Led Baltimore hurlers with 30 runs allowed
(27 earned), and ranked third in innings pitched (38.1) and hits allowed (43).

LÓPEZ’S 2021 GAMES
DATE OPP SCORE WHEN LEFT DEC IP H R ER BB K HR PIT STR NOTES
4/5 at NYY 0-7 0-1 L 4.2 3 4 4 3 5 1 75 41 Season debut, career-high-tying BB
4/11 vs. BOS 9-14 1-5 L 4.0 8 7 7 1 4 2 68 44 Four-straight losses dating to 9/19/20
4/16 at TEX 5-2 5-2 W 5.0 2 2 2 1 8 2 75 49 First win since 9/14/20
4/23 vs. OAK 1-3 0-3 L 4.0 5 3 3 2 1 1 81 52 Season-low strikeouts
4/29 vs. NYY 4-3 1-0 ND 4.0 4 2 2 2 3 0 79 48 First start since 9/4/20 without giving up HR
5/4 at SEA 2-5 1-1 ND 4.2 3 1 1 2 4 1 76 46 Second-straight no decision
5/10 vs. BOS 3-1 1-1 ND 5.2 4 1 1 0 5 0 71 52 Longest start of the year
5/15 vs. NYY 2-8 0-5 L 2.0 6 5 4 2 4 1 71 46 Shortest start of the season
5/21 at WSH 2-4 0-2 L 5.0 7 2 2 3 8 0 88 59 Season-high-tying strikeouts
5/26 at MIN 2-3 1-3 L 6.0 4 3 3 4 3 1 93 51 First quality start of the season
5/31 vs. MIN 2-3 1-1 ND 6.0 5 1 1 2 7 0 90 60 Back-to-back quality starts
6/6 vs. CLE 18-5 12-3 W 5.0 4 3 3 3 2 1 74 41 First win at home this season
6/12 at TB 4-5 4-5 L 4.2 8 5 5 1 8 0 95 59 Season-high pitches
TOTALS 2-7 60.2 63 39 38 26 62 10 1036 648 (62.5%)

LÓPEZ vs. CLE
PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI
Bradley .750 4 3 0 1
Chang .500 2 1 0 0
Hernandez .167 6 1 0 0
Lavarnway .— — — — —
Miller .— — — — —
Naylor .000 1 0 0 0
H. Ramirez .000 1 0 0 0
J. Ramíerez .222 9 2 0 0
Rivera .000 2 0 0 0
A. Rosario .500 4 2 1 2
E. Rosario .333 9 3 0 2
Zimmer .000 1 0 0 0

2021 HIGHS CAREER HIGHS
Innings Pitched: 6.0, 2x, last: 5/31 vs. MIN Innings Pitched: 8.0, 9/8/18 at MIN
Hits Allowed: 8, 2x, last: 6/12 at TB Hits Allowed: 9, 2x, last: 9/25/20 at TOR
Runs Allowed: 7, 4/11 vs. BOS Runs Allowed: 8, 9/25/20 at TOR
Strikeouts: 8, 3x, last: 6/12 at TB Strikeouts: 10, 4/6/19 at CWS
Walks: 4, 5/26 at MIN Walks: 4, 5/26/21 at MIN
HR allowed: 2, 2x, last: 4/16 at TEX HR allowed: 3, 4x, last: 9/29/19 vs. MIN
Winning Streak: 1, 2x, last: 6/6 Winning Streak: 3, 8/19/19-9/12/19
Losing Streak: 4, 2x, last: 4/23-5/26 Losing Streak: 7, 9/20/18-5/25/19
Shortest Start: 2.0 IP, 5/15 vs. NYY Shortest Start: 1.0 IP, 2x, 5/25/19 vs. NYY
Pitches Thrown: 95, 6/12 at TB Pitches Thrown: 112, 5/15/19 vs. TEX
Low-Hit CG: — Low-Hit CG: —

BIRDS IN THE BULLPEN

PITCHER LAST PEN OUTING (Dec.) IP H R ER BB SO RETIRED/1ST BF IR/SCORED SAVES/OPP INNINGS-HIGH STRIKEOUTS-HIGH
Fry 6/16 at CLE ND 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 20/25 11/3 2/4 2.0 (5/23 at WSH) 3 (3x, last: 5/31 vs. MIN)
H. Harvey 6/16 at CLE ND 1.1 1 0 0 0 1 3/5 3/2 -/- 1.1 (2x, last: 6/16 at CLE) 1 (2x, last: 6/16 at CLE)
Plutko 6/15 at CLE ND 2.1 3 1 1 0 3 15/25 21/9 0/2 3.0 (4/6 at NYY) 3 (4x, last: 6/15 at CLE)
Sceroler 6/9 vs. NYM ND 2.0 5 6 6 1 2 3/3 5/2 -/- 2.2 (4/5 at NYY) 4 (4/5 at NYY)
Scott 6/14 at CLE ND 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 23/30 17/6 -/- 1.1 (4/7 at NYY) 3 (3x, last: 6/12 at TB)
Sulser 6/15 at CLE ND 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 15/21 11/5 1/1 2.0 (2x, last: 4/23 vs. OAK) 3 (3x, last: 5/9 vs. BOS)
Tate 6/15 at CLE ND 1.2 0 0 0 1 1 11/18 12/1 -/- 2.2 (4/27 vs. NYY) 2 (2x, last: 6/5 vs. CLE)
Valdez 6/13 at TB ND 2.0 3 2 2 1 2 12/24 10/5 8/12 2.1 (2x, last: 6/5 vs. CLE) 3 (2x, last: 4/20 at MIA)
Wells 6/14 at CLE ND 1.2 1 0 0 0 2 12/18 11/5 -/- 3.0 (6/2 vs. MIN) 6 (5/18 vs. TB)
TOTALS 4.51 ERA 10-14 263.2 240 140 132 106 288 153/225 123/50 11/21

2021 RECENT TRANSACTIONS

DATE PLAYER(S) & TRANSACTION 6/2 Recalled LHP Zac Lowther from Triple-A Norfolk.
6/3 Optioned LHP Zac Lowther to Triple-A Norfolk.
6/4 Claimed INF Domingo Leyba on outright waivers from the Arizona Diamondbacks and optioned
him to Triple-A Norfolk…Reinstated RHP Hunter Harvey from the 60-day Injured List (left oblique
strain)…Recalled RHP Travis Lakins, Sr. from Triple-A Norfolk…Recalled INF Ramón Urías from
Triple-A Norfolk…Placed INF Pat Valaika on the Bereavement List…Designated RHP Shawn
Armstrong for assignment…Designated LHP Brandon Waddell for assignment.
6/6 Placed LHP John Means on the 10-day Injured List (left shoulder strain)…Recalled LHP Zac
Lowther from Triple-A Norfolk.
DATE PLAYER(S) & TRANSACTION 6/6 Optioned LHP Zac Lowther to Triple-A Norfolk (postgame).
6/8 Reinstated INF Pat Valaika from the Bereavement List…Reinstated RHP Mac Sceroler from the
10-day Injured List (right shoulder tendinitis)…Optioned INF Ramón Urías to Triple-A Norfolk.
6/10 Optioned OF Ryan McKenna to Triple-A Norfolk.
6/11 Reinstated OF Austin Hays from the 10-day Injured List (left hamstring strain; retroactive to May
24)…RHP Shawn Armstrong has cleared outright waivers and been assigned to Triple-A Norfolk.
6/13 Optioned Travis Lakins, Sr. to Triple-A Norfolk (postgame).
6/14 Recalled RHP Dean Kremer from Triple-A Norfolk.

ORIOLES EJECTIONS

O’S EJECTIONS DATE (LAST) OPP. REASON UMPIRE 2021 TOTALS
Maikel Franco (1 career) 6/15/15 at BAL — Eric Cooper –
Freddy Galvis (1 career) 5/17/18 at PIT — Will Little –
Fredi González (26 career as manager) 8/20/15 at CHC Arguing balls and strikes Doug Eddings –
Brandon Hyde (7 career – 6 as manager, 1 as coach) 6/14/21 at CLE Arguing a checked swing/Hit by pitch Nestor Ceja 2
Tim Cossins (1 career) 4/17/19 at TB Arguing balls and strikes CB Bucknor –
Chris Davis (2 career) 9/27/16 at TOR Arguing balls and strikes Will Little –

(courtesy Baltimore Orioles Public Relations)

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