Published: Fri, May 12, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Orioles-Nationals postponed by rain; no makeup date yet

Orioles-Nationals postponed by rain; no makeup date yet

The other is on June 8, but that would give Washington 20 straight days with games and would come on the heels of a nine-game West Coast swing for the Nationals. Down by two in the ninth, the Nationals rallied against Brad Brach (0-1), serving as Baltimore's closer while Zach Britton is on the disabled list.

"I tell you, Jayson Werth had a super at-bat", Baker said of the ninth-inning battle with Brach.

Singles by Adam Jones and Manny Machado, along with an intentional walk to Chris Davis, loaded the bases for Trumbo against Jacob Turner (1-1).

Bundy has faced Washington once in his career, getting a win last August as he allowed three hits and two runs in six innings.

Former Orioles Catcher Matt Wieters hit the game-winning single.

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CARDINALS 7, MARLINS 5: Dexter Fowler hit a pinch go-ahead triple and St. Louis overcame a four-run deficit for the second game in a row to complete a historic trip. "Just hoping he can go a little deeper in the game this time" after going six innings against the Phillies last weekend.

Bundy has been pretty darn great this year, but he did give up a season-high three runs in six innings on six hits against the White Sox in his last start.

But Trumbo hit the first pitch he saw from Strasburg - a slider at 90 miles per hour - for a two-run homer with two outs for a 5-1 lead in the fifth. It was only the fourth long ball of the season for Trumbo, the defending major league home run leader.

Greg Holland threw a flawless ninth for his 14th save in as many chances to help the Rockies take two of three from Chicago (see full recap).

GIANTS 6, METS 5: Christian Arroyo broke a ninth-inning tie with a three-run double and San Francisco took advantage of a critical error by third baseman Wilmer Flores, rallying at NY to stop a five-game losing streak. Derek Law, subbing for injured closer Mark Melancon, retired Kevin Plawecki on a dribbler in front of home plate for his second save. Strasburg will be looking to halt a three-game slide for the Nationals, who wasted eight stellar innings by Max Scherzer on Tuesday. He managed to rack up 119 pitches in five innings. Kansas City is slated to start lefty Danny Duffy (2-3, 3.50) on Friday. Liam Hendriks, Ryan Madson and Santiago Casilla finished the four-hitter, with Casilla striking out his first two batters in a one-hit ninth for his sixth save.

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Chad Pinder homered for Oakland. Daniel Murphy had 44 hits, 22 runs and 29 RBI in that time.

Roberto Osuna (2-0) pitched a ideal ninth.

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