• Chicago White Sox can't break through despite ‘good chances' in a 4-0 loss to the Baltimore Orioles

    7 days ago - By Boston Herald

    The Chicago White Sox had a solid recent history on their side against the Baltimore Orioles, but they never had to face off against Adley Rutschman.
    The Orioles rookie catcher had Sox starter Johnny Cueto's number Thursday night, tagging him for a two-run homer in the fourth and an RBI double two innings later to send the Sox to a 4-0 loss at Guaranteed Rate Field.
    Rutschman's three RBIs were a career high - he had all of four in his first 26 games.
    “He had a big night,” Sox manager Tony La Russa said. “See if we can make some adjustments, keep him quiet.”
    Cueto threw 5 ⅓ innings, allowed...
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  • Adley Rutschman homers, catches shutout as outfield defense dazzles in Orioles' 4-0 win over White Sox

    7 days ago - By Boston Herald

    Adley Rutschman has arrived.
    Sure, the top prospect in baseball and the Orioles' farm system reached the majors more than a month ago. But the player who inspired all that hype has been bubbling in recent days, coming to the surface in full force in Thursday night's series opener against the Chicago White Sox. Rutschman homered and added an RBI double to supply Baltimore's first three runs and caught the Orioles' third shutout in six games in a 4-0 victory at Guaranteed Rate Field.
    “He's a type of talent that can change the dynamic of a clubhouse when he gets hot, which he will pretty...
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  • Adley Rutschman homers, catches shutout as outfield defense dazzles in Orioles' 4-0 win over White Sox

    8 days ago - By Baltimore Sun

    Over the past two weeks, Orioles catcher Adley Rutschman is batting .326/.370/.651, with 10 of his 14 hits going for extra bases. Baltimore is 16-15 since promoting him to the majors.
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  • Adley Rutschman homers, catches shutout as outfield defense dazzles in Orioles' 4-0 win over White Sox

    8 days ago - By Boston Herald

    Adley Rutschman has arrived.
    Sure, the top prospect in baseball and the Orioles' farm system reached the majors just more than a month ago. But the player who inspired all that hype has been bubbling in recent days, coming to the surface in full force in Thursday night's series opener against the Chicago White Sox. Rutschman homered and added an RBI double to supply Baltimore's first three runs and caught the Orioles' third shutout in six games in a 4-0 victory at Guaranteed Rate Field.
    The performance was the greatest evidence yet that Rutschman's bat is approaching the lofty expectations...
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