Os To Start Bud Norris In Game 2 - RealGM Wiretap

After the Orioles lost 8-6 in 10 innings Jon Casey Stars Jersey , manager Buck Showalter announced Bud Norris would start Game 2, according to an ESPN report.

"Whoever goes out there will be ready to go," Norris, who blanked Detroit over 6⅓ innings in the finale of the AL Division Series, said before the game. "That's how our rotation has been the entire year."

Orioles Explode In Eighth Take Game 1 From Tigers - RealGM Wiretap

The Baltimore Orioles defeated the Detroit Tigers 12-3 on Thursday night in Game 1 of their ALDS.

Baltimore compiled 12 hits, including an eight-run eighth inning.

"I just left too many pitches up," Max Scherzer said. "This is a great-hitting ballclub. You give them a chance to extend their arms, they can really hit it."

The 12 runs set a postseason record for Baltimore, making its second playoff appearance since 1997.

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