Baltimore Orioles rained out in D.C.
If you made the trek down to Washington D.C. yesterday to see Dylan Bundy pitch for the Baltimore Orioles, you kind of lost out. The game ended up being a wash out, and will be made up on Thursday June 8th (one of the two common off days the teams have). Bundy and everyone else in the rotation will move back a day.
This is actually a good thing for the Orioles, who’s bullpen could have probably used a day off. It also allowed the to get to Kansas City well before they otherwise would have. And here’s the other thing; while they now lose an off day in the future, that’s not even a huge deal. The Orioles are scheduled to be off on Monday June 5th, before Pittsburgh comes to town for a short two-game set. Then they were set to be off on Thursday June 8th. So they’ll still have an off day that week.
As I said above, the entire rotation will simply move back a day as the Orioles open a three-game set in Kansas City. The aforementioned Dylan Bundy starts tonight, and he’ll be opposed by Kansas City’s Danny Duffy. Game time is set for 8:15 PM.