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Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, Maryland
Orioles, Royals rained out for 2nd straight day
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BALTIMORE (AP) Saturday night's game between the Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals was postponed because of rain.
The teams also had a game Friday night called off, when six games around the major leagues were rained out, the most in a day because of inclement weather since 2018.
This is Kansas City's only scheduled visit to Baltimore this season. The Royals and Orioles will try to play a straight doubleheader Sunday, and then another game Monday afternoon on what was a mutual off day.
Jordan Lyles (2-2) was supposed to start the series opener for Baltimore against Carlos Hernandez (0-1) of the Royals.
Now Lyles will start the first game Sunday for the Orioles, followed by Bruce Zimmermann (1-1) in Game 2 and Tyler Wells (0-2) on Monday.
The Royals will pitch Zack Greinke (0-2) in Sunday's opener, followed by Daniel Lynch (2-1) and Hernandez on Monday.
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Updated May 7, 2022