Orioles look to win back-to-back games in Toronto: Lineup and game preview 7/6/19

The Baltimore Orioles are looking to win back-to-back games against the division rival Toronto Blue Jays.

Last night, the Orioles defeated the Jays 4-1, as Chris Davis tallied three of the runs off a solo home run and a two-run single. Dylan Bundy also paved the way for the win, after tossing an impressive 6.2 innings of one-run ball.

Today the Orioles will send RHP Andrew Cashner (8-3, 4.03 ERA) to the mound to face LHP Clayton Richard (1-4, 6.51 ERA).

Chris Davis is not in the lineup today due to the lefty on the mound. Trey Mancini will command first, with Stevie Wilkerson in left and Keon Broxton in center.

The team also made a roster move prior to today’s game, recalling RHP David Hess from Triple-A Norfolk.

Here is the lineup for today’s game:

(Photo: Roch Kubatko)

Jared Watson

I was born and raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I'm currently enrolled at Delaware Technical Community College in the Communications program studying to become a professional broadcaster.

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