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Chris Davis went 2-for-5 with three runs batted in as the Orioles routed the Blue Jays 11-4 on Thursday.

Davis hasn't shown last year's power much in 2014, but he's been content to take his walks and drive the ball the opposite way as he did for both of his singles on Thursday. It would be shocking if Davis, who hit 33 home runs in 2012 before blasting 53 last season, doesn't eventually rediscover his power.
Apr 24 - 10:22 PM

Jonathan Schoop went 1-for-4 with a solo home run as the Orioles defeated the Blue Jays on Thursday.

Schoop's second homer of the season was a solo shot off of Drew Hutchison in the fifth inning. The 22-year-old has looked overmatched in the early going, but his two-hit game on Wednesday and his homer on Thursday could be signs that he's starting to figure it out.
Apr 24 - 10:19 PM

Colby Rasmus went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Thursday's loss to the Orioles.

Rasmus took Bud Norris deep in the fourth inning for his fourth home run of the season. He remains below the Mendoza line at .195. The 27-year-old finally pieced it together last season, but has yet to repeat it in 2014. Manager John Gibbons batted him eighth in Thursday's lineup and could remain there if he continues to slump.
Apr 24 - 10:15 PM

Drew Hutchison pitched well in Thursday's start against the Orioles, but earned the no-decision despite allowing only two runs over six innings.

Hutchison exited the game in line for the win, but the Jays' bullpen surrendered nine runs total in the seventh and eighth innings, leaving the right-hander with the no-decision. Hutchison allowed six hits, walked one, and struck out nine. He's looked sharp in his last two starts, having struck out 18 and walked one in 11 1/3 innings. Hutchison will face the meager Royals offense in his next outing.
Apr 24 - 10:10 PM

Bud Norris earned his first win of the season in Thursday's start against the Blue Jays, allowing three runs over four innings.

Norris allowed five hits, walked one, and struck out four in the effort. He made two big mistakes, allowing a solo home run to Dionver Navarro in the second inning and a two-run blast to Colby Rasmus in the fourth. He's sitting on a 4.44 ERA after four starters. Norris will face the Pirates in his next start.
Apr 24 - 10:08 PM

David Lough collected three hits in four at-bats, walked, and stole two bases as the Orioles topped the Blue Jays on Thursday.

Lough hadn't done much anything at the dish, but was a big factor in the Orioles' 11-run outburst against the Blue Jays. Acquired in the off-season in a trade with the Royals, Lough also crossed home plate three times and stole his third and fourth bases on the season.
Apr 24 - 10:05 PM

Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Thursday that Brendan Ryan (back, hamstring) is about a week away from being activated.

Ryan has been playing in extended spring training games for a week, though he had a mini-setback earlier this week when his hamstring tightened up on him. However, it sounds like he's back on track and will rejoin the Yankees in early May.
Apr 24 - 9:19 PM

Astros manager Bo Porter said that Matt Albers (shoulder) remains unavailable for Thursday's game.

"Albers is one guy that's dealing with some shoulder stiffness," Porter said Thursday. "He's been down the last couple days. He's down again today. We'll let the training staff continue to evaluate, and we'll go day to day with his situation." While he reiterated that the team doesn't think Albers' injury is serious, the skipper wouldn't rule out a DL stint if the reliever doesn't get better in a hurry. "The longer we go, that risk can increase," Porter said. "This is the third day, so I'm not going to jump the gun yet. We'll see how he responds to treatment and hopefully things will work themselves out."
Apr 24 - 9:04 PM
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