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3 OUTS: 2 Strikeouts, 1 Groundout

DARREN CHRISTOPHER O'DAY O (vs. AA-Erie, 7/22)

IP:l 1

H:;; 1 l(1 Single)

R:l) 0

BB:)0

SO:)2

Pitches: 16 (11 Strikes, 5 Balls)

2016 ERA: 0.00 l(AA-Bowie)

PITCHES BY INNING

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16 (11 Strikes, 5 Balls)

After Bowie Rehab Game, Darren O'Day Feels Ready to Return to Orioles

(By Steve Melewski)

http://www.masnsports.com/steve-melewski/2016/07/after-bowie-rehab-game-darren-oday-feels-ready-to-return-to-the-orioles.html

O'Day will come off of the DL, either today or tomorrow:

Changes in the Roster

(By Roch Kubatko)

http://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2016/07/changes-in-the-roster-some-numbers-and-todays-game.html

(vs. INDIANS, 6/24)

A scintillating return.

3 up, 3 down.

3 Strikeouts.

14 Pitches (11 Strikes, 3 Balls.)

Credited with the W after Nolan Reimold's game-winning 2-run home run.

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Timing is impeccable. I hope I'm wrong, but it looks like Brach is now struggling after these 2 games. The Orioles desperately need Britton as well as 2 of 3 of (Givens, Brach, O'Day) to be effective in order to have a dominant bullpen.

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Hard to be more impressed with O'Day's return. It really capped off a very satisfying turn-around after the Yankees series.

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Got some good images of him today. He was tremendous. Great to catch both him and Bundy this weekend, our first series at the Yard this year.

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More shots from the Indians series here. https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffhoo/

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(vs. RANGERS, 8/02)

With the bases loaded with 2 outs and 1 run already in, O'Day bailed out the Orioles by coming into the game and striking out Ian Desmond.

After the Orioles added an insurance run in the bottom half of the inning, O'Day closed out the Rangers the following inning to seal the win for the Orioles.

4 up, 4 down, the first of which was extremely important.

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(vs. RANGERS, 8/02)

With the bases loaded with 2 outs and 1 run already in, O'Day bailed out the Orioles by coming into the game and striking out Ian Desmond.

After the Orioles added an insurance run in the bottom half of the inning, O'Day closed out the Rangers the following inning to seal the win for the Orioles.

4 up, 4 down, the first of which was extremely important.

The strikeout pitch to Desmond was perfect.

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The strikeout pitch to Desmond was perfect.

It was one of the big moments of the season, imo. Britton is the stud closer of the pen, but DOD is the fireman of the pen. I'm not sure which is the more important.

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The NYY pen got all the press before the season, ours is better and has been that way for many seasons now. Thanks DOD.

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With Darren O'Day Shelved again, Orioles Bullpen Faces New Challenges

(By Eduardo A. Encina)

http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/orioles/blog/bal-with-o-day-shelved-again-orioles-bullpen-faces-new-challenges-20160813-story.html

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Zach Britton Reacts to O'Day's Latest Trip to the Disabled List

(By Roch Kubatko)

http://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2016/08/britton-reacts-to-odays-latest-trip-to-the-disabled-list.html

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Darren O’Day on His Injury, and on Missing the Competition

(By Roch Kubatko)

http://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2016/08/darren-oday-on-his-injury-and-missing-the-competion.html

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(SEPTEMBER 1st)

O'Day is throwing in the outfield at Oriole Park.

http://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2016/08/darren-oday-on-his-injury-and-missing-the-competion.html

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(SEPTEMBER 1st)

 

O'Day is throwing in the outfield at Oriole Park.

 

http://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2016/08/darren-oday-on-his-injury-and-missing-the-competion.html

 

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(vs. D-RAYS, 9/18)

 

His first game back from the D.L.

Greeted by an opposite-field home run on the first pitch that he threw.

Rebounded to get 2 strikeouts and a groundout, of which an infield single was sandwiched in between.

 

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