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Tribe, O's set for doubleheader at Camden Yards

Jun 28, 2015 - 1:57 PM ( - The Baltimore Orioles will resume a three-game series against the visiting Cleveland Indians Sunday as the two teams meet at Camden Yards for a doubleheader.

Due to inclement weather on Saturday, the second contest of the series was pushed back to Sunday. The two sides will play later at 7:05 p.m.

Baltimore will count on starter Ubaldo Jimenez to get the job done in the early game. He'll have to square off against Trevor Bauer, who gets the starting nod for Cleveland.

Bauer has given up at least six runs in two of his past three starts, but before that he had a solid stretch of five strong outings. He enters the weekend clash with a 6-4 record and a 3.86 earned run average.

The 24-year-old Bauer was roughed up on Monday against Detroit. The righty lasted only three innings, in which he gave up seven runs on nine hits with four walks. But he has yet to lose back-to-back games this season.

In six road starts this year, Bauer is 4-1 with an exceptional 1.10 ERA in 41 innings of work.

The 31-year-old Jimenez has pitched well enough in his past three starts to pick up three consecutive victories, although none were standout appearances. He has managed eight strikeouts each in his last two trips to the mound, however.

Jimenez is 6-3 this season with a 3.40 ERA, 82 strikeouts and 27 walks in 79 1/3 innings of work. He took down Boston on Tuesday with a five-inning outing, where he allowed three runs and six hits.

Jimenez, though, has struggled to pitch well against Cleveland in his brief history against the Tribe. He's 0-2 lifetime in three starts versus the Indians with an 8.10 ERA.

Orioles center fielder Adam Jones (shoulder) is questionable to play Sunday.

The two sides traded punches in Friday night's contest, but the host Orioles ended up nabbing a close 4-3 victory thanks to a Chris Davis RBI in the bottom half of the eighth.

Wei-Yin Chen got the start for Baltimore and went six innings, giving up seven hits and two runs with five strikeouts. But it was Darren O'Day who got the win (5-0). Marc Rzepczynski was hit with the loss for Cleveland.

"Today, every pitch I threw, literally, they got a hit on," Rzepczynski said.

J.J. Hardy knotted the score at 1-1 with a solo homer in the bottom of the second, then tied it again at 2-2 with a sacrifice fly in the sixth.

Carlos Santana pulled the Tribe even at 3-3 in the eighth with a solo homer, but Davis came through with the game-winning single in the home half of the inning. Hardy had two RBI, and Jimmy Paredes led Baltimore with three hits.

Baltimore owns a 3-1 series lead this season over the Indians.