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Tigers 7, Orioles 6

Tigers 7, Orioles 6: Torii Hunter homered and drove in five while Rick Porcello worked 6 2/3 strong innings as Detroit held off visiting Baltimore. Don Kelly added an RBI triple and Rajai Davis drove in a run for the Tigers, who have won their first four games. Porcello (1-0) allowed one run on three hits - all in the first two innings - and struck out three in his first start of the season for Detroit, which made a game of it in the ninth when three relievers combined to allow five runs.

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LHP Kelvin De La Cruz was designated for assignment to make room for INF David Adams. The lefty, acquired early in the offseason from Texas, was contending for a relief spot in a bullpen with talented, young left-handers in place. INF David Adams was claimed off waivers from the Cleveland Indians. Adams, who plays both second and third base, will provide some insurance for the Orioles, who are awaiting the return of start 3B Manny Machado from knee surgery. Adams batted .192 with two home runs and 13 RBIs in 43 games with the New York Yankees in 2013.

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LHP Kelvin De La Cruz was designated for assignment to make room for INF David Adams. The lefty, acquired early in the offseason from Texas, was contending for a relief spot in a bullpen with talented, young left-handers in place. INF David Adams was claimed off waivers from the Cleveland Indians. Adams, who plays both second and third base, will provide some insurance for the Orioles, who are awaiting the return of start 3B Manny Machado from knee surgery. Adams batted .192 with two home runs and 13 RBIs in 43 games with the New York Yankees in 2013.

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MLB Team Report - Baltimore Orioles - INSIDE PITCH A solid core of position players in their prime puts the Orioles in an enviable position of sorts. But unknowns in the rotation and in the bullpen leave some competitions open as the Orioles open came in Sarasota, Fla.

Baltimore Orioles - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Baltimore Orioles - INSIDE PITCH A solid core of position players in their prime puts the Orioles in an enviable position of sorts. But unknowns in the rotation and in the bullpen leave some competitions open as the Orioles open came in Sarasota, Fla.

Baltimore Orioles - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Baltimore Orioles - INSIDE PITCH A solid core of position players in their prime puts the Orioles in an enviable position of sorts. But unknowns in the rotation and in the bullpen leave some competitions open as the Orioles open came in Sarasota, Fla.

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2B Jonathan Schoop started at second base in the season finale Sunday against the Red Sox. Schoop battled back tightness over the last few days of the regular season, but battled through the pain. He batted .298 after being called up from the minors for the final 10 games of the season. Schoop also made a strong case for being the club's starting second baseman heading into 2014 spring training.

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2B Jonathan Schoop started at second base in the season finale Sunday against the Red Sox. Schoop battled back tightness over the last few days of the regular season, but battled through the pain. He batted .298 after being called up from the minors for the final 10 games of the season. Schoop also made a strong case for being the club's starting second baseman heading into 2014 spring training.

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3B Manny Machado's knee injury isn't as bad as many feared. The Orioles said before Tuesday's game that he suffered a torn medial patellofemoral ligament and will treat it conservatively -- with rest, rehab and strengthening exercises. They estimate the recovery time at 6-to-8 weeks and said Machado should be ready for spring training. "It's good news for the clubhouse, as much for the person as for the team. They've all come to really respect Manny and the way he's carried himself this year," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.

Rays 5, Orioles 4 (18)

(Updated: David DeJesus' walk-off single in the bottom of the 18th inning gave host Tampa Bay a pivotal victory over Baltimore in the longest game in both franchises' history.) Rays 5, Orioles 4 (18): David DeJesus' walk-off single in the bottom of the 18th inning gave host Tampa Bay a pivotal victory over Baltimore in the longest game in both franchises' history.
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