Game 1: Thursday August 20 at 7:35 PM

Nathan Eovaldi (1-2) – (5.93 ERA)

The flame-throwing right will be out to avenge his last start when the Yankees tagged for 9 hits and 8 runs over 5 1/3 innings. Eovaldi pitched well against the Orioles on Opening Night for a win at Fenway Park.
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Asher Wojciechowski (1-2 – (4.34 ERA)

Wojciechowski earned his first win last time out, holding the Nats to 3 runs over 5 innings. He’s completed 5 innings in 3 of his 1st 4 starts this season, pitching to 4.34 ERA.
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Game 2: Friday August 21st at 7:35 ERA)

TBD Possibly Ryan Weber (0-2) – (5.68 ERA)
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John Means (0-1) – (10.57 ERA)
Means will be on a short rope again, probably allowed to throw around 50 pitches and likely piggybacked by Jorge Lopez. The lefty is being built back up after missing time to arm fatigue and the death of his father.
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Game 3: Saturday August 22nd at 7:35 PM
Martin Perez (2-3) –(4.07 ERA)

Martin Perez surrendered three runs in three innings before a rain delay ended his start Monday against the Yankees.
The delay was likely the best thing for his ERA. Perez walked three and hit a batter. Just 30 of his 58 pitches were strikes. It's doubtful he would have held on for much longer anyway.
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Alex Cobb (1-2) – (3.76 ERA)
By tossing 6 2/3 innings last time out, Cobb logged the longest start of the Orioles season. The veteran righty is 1-2 with a 3.76 ERA
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Game 4: Sunday August 23rd at 1:05 PM

Zack Godley (0-2) – (6.87 ERA)

Godley was excellent in his last start, holding the Phillies to 1 run over 4 innings. Godley has held the Orioles scoreless over the 4 2/3 innings he’s faced them in his career.
Wade LeBlanc (1-0) –(7.89 ERA)
The Orioles will need more from LeBlanc, who hasn’t completed more than 4 innings in any of his past 3 starts. The veteran left has a 7.89 ERA.