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Thursday, May 25: Successful road trip ends with final game in New York


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Gametime:  7:05 pm

Forecast:  66 degrees, partly cloudy

Roster Moves:   None announced yet, although I think something must be done because Dillon Tate has reached the 30 day limit for a minor league rehab

MatchupKyle Gibson (R) vs Clarke Schmidt (R)


1. Adam Frazier (L) 2B
2. Adley Rutschman (S) C
3. Anthony Santander (S) RF
4. Ryan Mountcastle (R) DH
5. Gunnar Henderson (L) 3B
6. Austin Hays (R) LF
7. Ryan O'Hearn (L) 1B
8. Ryan McKenna (R) CF
9. Jorge Mateo (R) SS


1. Gleyber Torres (R) 2B
2. Aaron Judge (R) RF
3. Anthony Rizzo (L) 1B
4. Harrison Bader (R) CF
5. Willie Calhoun (L) DH
6. Anthony Volpe (R) SS
7. Oswaldo Cabrera (S) 3B
8. Ben Rortvedt (L) C
9. Greg Allen (S) LF

Orioles Bench
John McCann (R)
Cedric Mullins (L) -- not in lineup for personal reasons so probably not available off the bench either
Joey Ortiz (R)
Terrin Vavra (L)


Bullpen Availability

Bryan Baker  0.2 IP, 6p last night;  1.0 IP, 17p Saturday 
Cionel Perez (L)  0.2 IP, 5p Sunday 
Austin Voth  1.1 IP, 38p Sunday

Probably Available
Mike Baumann   1.0 IP, 9p Tuesday;  1.2 IP, 15p Sunday;  0.2 IP, 21p Saturday 
Yennier Cano  2.0 IP, 30p Tuesday   

Maybe Available
Daniel Coulombe (L)  1.2 IP, 22p last night;  1.0 IP, 13p Sunday

Probably Not Available
Felix Bautista  1.0 IP,16p last night;  1.0 IP, 15p Tuesday 

Not Available
Mychal Givens 0.1 IP, 17p last night;  1.0 IP, 9p Tuesday;  1.0 IP, 25p Sunday

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