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5/19/2013 3:45PM - Joyce's contested hit ruled a homer after review
Rays outfielder Matt Joyce hit his eighth home run of the season Sunday afternoon at Camden Yards, after an official review gave Tampa Bay a 3-1 lead over the Orioles.
5/19/2013 1:14PM - Showalter hopes Flaherty can regain confidence
Orioles infielder Ryan Flaherty was optioned following Saturday's loss, and manager Buck Showalter is encouraged that he will get consistent at-bats in a variety of positions at Triple-A Norfolk as the organization tries to get him back on track.
5/19/2013 1:00PM - Valencia recalled from Triple-A Norfolk
The Orioles recalled infielder Danny Valencia prior to Sunday's game, and the right-handed hitter got the start at designated hitter in the team's series finale against Rays lefty Matt Moore.
5/19/2013 4:45PM - O's can't solve Moore to back Tillman's quality start
Chris Tillman was sharp with four strikeouts in six innings, but the Orioles managed just five hits in a 3-1 loss to the Rays in the series finale on Sunday.
5/18/2013 10:40PM - O's send utility player Flaherty to Minors
The Orioles optioned infielder Ryan Flaherty to Triple-A Norfolk following Saturday's 10-6 loss, and the club will announce a corresponding roster move prior to Sunday's game.
5/18/2013 4:15PM - Hamstring strain sends Reimold to disabled list
The Orioles placed outfielder Nolan Reimold on the 15-day disabled list with a right hamstring strain prior to Saturday's game. The 29-year-old, who hasn't played in a week, will now be sidelined for at least another nine days.
5/18/2013 3:25PM - Arrieta recalled from Triple-A to aid overworked bullpen
Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta was recalled prior to Saturday's game, where he will be used -- at least initially -- as an extra bullpen arm who can go multiple innings and help spell an overworked relief corps.
5/18/2013 10:30PM - O's start fast, but can't hold off late Tampa Bay rally
Back-to-back homers from Adam Jones and Chris Davis in a four-run first weren't enough, as Jim Johnson blew his second straight save in the O's 10-6 loss to the Rays on Saturday.