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Baltimore Orioles Staying Competitive During month of June

The Baltimore Orioles (22-44) have been battling throughout the month of June, as the team has seen victories against the Minnesota Twins, the Cleveland Indians, and the New York Mets.

Baltimore is currently having some struggles on this most recent road trip, as they fell to the Tampa Bay Rays and are in Cleveland for a four-game stretch.

Thus far the O’s have lost the first two games to the Indians by scores of 4-3 and 7-2.  Leading the way for the Baltimore bats on Monday was Maikel Franco. Baltimore also saw Franco hit his 16th double in the Top of the Second in the game on Tuesday.

Also having a good hitting game on Tuesday was Trey Mancini who recorded his 14th double in the Top of the Fifth Inning.

1495 Sports is proud to bring the following Orioles Post-Game Press Conference. Video features thoughts from Manager Brandon Hyde and Pitcher Matt Harvey

The Orioles will look to regain their winning ways against the Indians on Wednesday night. It will be lefty Keegan Akin who will be on the mound for the O’s, who will take on Aaron Civale for the Indians. Akin Is returning to the O’s starting rotation and has a 2.63 ERA in three stars since making his way back to Baltimore. Civale, meanwhile, has a 9-2 overall record with a 3.17 ERA.

The game between the O’s and the Indians is set for 7:10 p.m. with the action airing on the MASN 2 network.

For more information on the Baltimore Orioles fans are encouraged to click on the link seen here:

Official Baltimore Orioles Website | MLB.com

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