Jake Arrieta likely odd man out
The Orioles have reportedly decided to call up highly touted phenom Kevin Gausman from Double-A Bowie to start Thursday. Arrieta and
The Orioles need to make room the roster and it appears Arrieta is the most likely candidate to be sent out with McFarland a Rule 5 player that needs to stay on the roster.
Jim Henderson picks up ninth save
Henderson, who saved just his third game since the start of May, allowed one hit and one walk, but held the Dodgers scoreless in a 5-2 win. He struck out three batters on 21 pitches, to give himself nine saves in as many opportunities.
Henderson has an 0.95 ERA with 23 strikeouts in 19 innings of work.
Corey Kluber Ks eight in losing effort
Jason Grilli allows one run, still earns save
Grilli struck out one batter en route to his 18th save of the season, giving him the most in the National League. The run was just the third he has allowed all season, and second in 9 2/3 innings in the month of May.
Grilli has a 1.31 ERA in 20 2/3 innings of work, with 11 hits, five walks and 32 strikeouts.
Erick Aybar leaves with knee soreness
Max Scherzer bounces back vs. Indians
Jake Westbrook to throw off mound Wednesday
Tim Hudson better in no-decision
Hudson pitched through a rain delay in the third inning, and was limited to just five innings and 81 pitches as a result. He allowed just two runs on five hits in his five innings of work, while striking out five batters.
Hudson, who had allowed 11 runs in his previous 8 2/3 innings, lowered his ERA on the season to 4.98. He is winless in his last three starts, as the Braves would need 10 innings to win, 5-4.
Hudson is scheduled to make his next start Monday against the Blue Jays.
Rafael Betancourt departs with tight groin
Trevor Plouffe leaves game after taking knee to head