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Wednesday, September 29: Lowther takes on the Red Sox

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Gametime:  7:05 pm

Forecast:  66 degrees, no precipitation

Pregame CeremonyCedric Mullins will be presented the Most Valuable Oriole Award

MatchupNate Eovaldi (R) vs Zac Lowther (L)

Lineups

1. Enrique Hernandez (R) CF
2. Hunter Renfroe (R) RF
3. Rafael Devers (L) 3B
4. Xander Bogaerts (R) SS
5. J.D. Martinez (R) DH
6. Bobby Dalbec (R) 1B
7. Kevin Plawecki (R) C
8. Alex Verdugo (L) LF
9. Jose Iglesias (R) 2B
 
1. Cedric Mullins (L) CF
2. Ryan Mountcastle (R) 1B
3. Austin Hays (R) RF
4. Trey Mancini (R) DH
5. Pedro Severino (R) C
6. Ryan McKenna (R) LF
7. Pat Valaika (R) 2B
8. Kelvin Gutierrez (R) 3B
9. Richie Martin (R) SS

Orioles Bench
NickCiuffo (L)
Jahmai Jones (R)
Tyler Nevin (R)
Austin Wynns (R)

 

Bullpen Availabiity
Available
    Fernando Abad*   1.0 IP, 20p Sunday 
    Conner Greene   0.2 IP, 15p Sunday 
    Eric Hanhold  1.1 IP, 23p Sunday 
    Brooks Kriske  1.0 IP, 13p Saturday
    Cole Sulser   1.0 IP, 12p last night
    Dillon Tate    1.1 IP, 22p Saturday; 0.1 IP, 11p Friday
    Konner Wade  recalled from Norfolk Friday
    Spenser Watkins  recalled from Norfolk Saturday

Probably Available
    Joey Krehbiel  2.0 IP, 12p last night;  1.2 IP, 30p Saturday; 0.2 IP, 9p Friday


May not be available
    Marcos Diplan  2.0 IP, 22p last night;  2.0 IP, 35p Saturday 

    Thomas Eshelman  1.0 IP, 13p Sunday [may be being saved to start in bullpen game Friday]

*denotes lefthander

Current Rotation (T=Today, A=Announced, G=Guess)
   Lowther (T), A. Wells (A), Bullpen game (A) [possibly Eshelman starting], Means (A), Zimmermann (A)

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