Settling the Score: Saturday’s results

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The Rays are 24-6 since June 28 and currently trail the Red Sox by just one game in the AL East.

David Price went nine innings — allowing just one run on five hits and no walks — on Saturday night against the defending World Series-champion Giants and now boasts a 1.57 ERA, 0.59 WHIP and 40/1 K/BB in 57 1/3 frames since returning from a triceps strain on July 2. He didn’t get the win Saturday because the game went into extras. That’s when young slugger Wil Myers continued his heroics.

With the bases loaded and no outs in the bottom of the 10th inning, Myers calmly smacked a ball over the drawn-in left fielder’s head, scoring Desmond Jennings on a jog from third base and giving the Rays a 2-1 victory.

Tampa Bay will try for win No. 66 in Sunday afternoon’s series finale.

Your Saturday recaps and box scores:

Royals 4, Mets 3 (12 innings)

Rangers 2, Athletics 4

Dodgers 3, Cubs 0

Braves 5, Phillies 4 (12 innings)

Mariners 8, Orioles 4

Rockies 2, Pirates 5

White Sox 0, Tigers 3

Diamondbacks 2, Red Sox 5

Nationals 3, Brewers 0

Astros 4, Twins 6

Cardinals 3, Reds 8

Indians 4, Marlins 3

Giants 1, Rays 2 (10 innings)

Yankees 3, Padres 0

Blue Jays 3, Angels 7

Report: Orioles to name Brandon Hyde new manager

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Update (8:23 PM ET): MASN’s Roch Kubatko talked to new GM Mike Elias, who said there has been no offer made to Hyde for the position. Elias called the report “premature.”

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The Orioles are expected to name Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde as the new manager, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. Nothing is official yet.

Hyde, 45, spent four seasons in the minors with the White Sox from 1997-2000, then played in the independent Western League in 2001 before calling it quits. He was a coach with the Marlins from 2010-12 and has been with the Cubs since 2013.

Other candidates for the Orioles’ open managerial position have included Pedro Grifol, Chip Hale, Mike Redmond, Mike Bell, and Manny Acta.

Hyde is taking over for Buck Showalter, who was at the helm of the Orioles from 2010-18. Last season, however, the Orioles finished 47-115, the worst record in team history. Hyde will be taking over a team that is rebuilding, so the expectations will be relatively low in his first couple of seasons.