Adley Rutschman’s clutch double leads Orioles’ rally in 6-3 comeback win over White Sox – The Denver Post1 min read
The Orioles were walking the walk Friday until Adley Rutschman got sick of the free bases.
Despite walking eight times in the first seven innings, the Orioles struggled to score against the Chicago White Sox, as Baltimore trailed by two runs with two outs in the seventh.
But just as he did Thursday with his first career walk-off home run, Rutschman delivered in a pivotal moment. With the bases loaded, the star catcher roped a bases-clearing double to left-center field to give the Orioles the lead en route to a 6-3 victory.
“Adley is Superman right now,” starting pitcher Tyler Wells said. “He’s done such a great job behind the plate, at the plate as a hitter. I can’t say enough good things about him. He’s done an incredible job.”
The Orioles (8-6) loaded the bases and…
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