Brandon Hyde: No ‘Long-Term Concerns’ With John Means Injury

While the Orioles got a scare when John Means was forced to leave the team’s June 5 game, the MRI revealed a shoulder strain. “It’s very, very similar to what he had in 2019, so no structural changes in his shoulder,” manager Brandon Hyde said. “… I don’t have long-term concerns.”

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Orioles GM Mike Elias: Club Won’t Overreact To Current Skid

The Orioles have lost 10 straight games — their longest losing skid since June 2019 — but GM Mike Elias says the club will stay true to its long-term plan. “It’s very important for us to remain focused and committed,” he said.

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Bright Spots Few And Far Between Recently For Orioles’ Struggling Pitching Staff

The Orioles have lost seven games in a row and have been outscored, 62-33, during that stretch. “Our bullpen is being used way too early and way too often and we as a whole have to be better at that,” Matt Harvey said. “I’m the first one to blame on all those issues.”

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