BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Orioles will try to continue their string of good starts while the Cleveland Indians are going to search for some offense again in Sundays series finale at Camden Yards.The Orioles won the first two games of this series, getting strong efforts from Kevin Gausman (seven shutout innings in Saturdays 5-2 victory) and Dylan Bundy (five innings with one unearned run in Fridays 5-1 win).That followed Chris Tillmans seven innings of one-run baseball in Thursdays 4-1 victory over the Yankees. Baltimore starters now have allowed two runs in 19 innings over that three-game stretch -- each of which the Orioles have won.Its a good offense 1/8with Cleveland 3/8, and I think me and Bundy both pitched well the last few days and really everybody has pitched well, Gausman said. I think that more than anything is big.Orioles manager Buck Showalter said every day is different, and the team needs to keep up that consistency in the starting rotation.Theres going to be another challenge around every corner and you cant dwell on successes and failures here, he said. Well need another good pitching effort in order to compete with them.In the series finale, Vance Worley (2-1, 3.16) will make a second straight start for the Orioles, going against Corey Kluber (9-8, 3.42).Worley gave up three runs on three hits in 4 1/3 innings of Tuesdays 7-1 loss versus the Yankees as the Orioles have been using him and Bundy in the back end of their rotation.The Orioles were struggling there with Ubaldo Jimenez, Tyler Wilson and Mike Wright pitching in those spots for much of this season. Bundy earned his first victory as a major league starter in Fridays win.The question is how long the rotation looks like this -- especially in the back end -- as Baltimores made it clear that the team is searching to make a deal before the trade deadline.Kluber earned the victory for the American League in the All-Star Game on July 12 and threw seven scoreless innings in his last start on July 18 versus the Royals, where he did not get a decision.The Indians have one of the best starting rotations in baseball but their starters -- Trevor Bauer and Josh Tomlin -- lost the first two games of this series as Baltimore took early leads in both.Cleveland also has struggled on offense as the Orioles starters shut them down. Plus, Baltimore took a 3-0 lead in the first inning both times, with Mark Trumbo hitting homers both times, a two-run shot in Saturdays game.The first inning kind of jumped up and grabbed us again, Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Saturday. You know, sometimes you kind of tip our hat to the other team.Jason Kipnis agreed with Francona and added that the offense just couldnt do enough against Baltimores pitching. The Indians have featured one of baseballs hottest offenses in recent weeks but not in this series.And thats something they want to change.The offense just didnt do our thing, Kipnis said on Saturday night.Cheap Fake Yeezy From China . 1 position. The Mustangs (6-0), who beat Queens 50-31 last weekend, earned 17 first-place votes and 287 points in voting by the Football Reporters of Canada. Western was last ranked first in the country in October 2011. Fake Yeezy Shoes Sale . Malkin got tangled up with Detroits Luke Glendening early in the third period and his left skate took the brunt of collision with the boards behind Pittsburghs net. http://www.fakeyeezywholesale.com/ .C. United of Major League Soccer. United chose the defender in the second round of the 2013 MLS re-entry draft. Wholesale Fake Yeezy Online . 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I did some position drills and were just taking it slow.He isnt expected to play in the preseason opener Thursday night against Jacksonville, but coach Todd Bowles wouldnt rule it out.Well see how he looks, Bowles said. Hes scheduled to play. Well see how many plays we may give him or may not give him. He may or may not play. Hes in pads. Were going to see what he does (Wednesday). Were going to let him run around a little bit. If we can steal a rep or two, well play him and, if not, well sit him out.Wilkerson broke his right leg in the season finale against Buffalo last December. He had a career-high 12 sacks last season and was selected for his first Pro Bowl, but couldnt play because of the injury.He had surgery performed by Dr. Robert Anderson, a renowned Charlotte, North-Carolina-based orthopedist, during the winter. Wilkerson then spent the past several months rehabbing, posting videos throughout the offseason of an increased workload that included running on a treadmill.It was my first major injury, so it could be frustrating at times, Wilkerson said. With the rehab process and my teammates reaching out to me and visiting me, that helped me to just have the mental toughness. Im just glad that process is almost over and Im back to being a full go.Wilkersons teammates and coaches were excited to have him back on the field and participating in practice after months of uncertainty. He also broke down the defensive huddle, reeceiving handshakes and high-fives from everyone around him.ddddddddddddIt was really good, defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers said. It was uplifting.Wilkerson received a contract extension two weeks before training camp began, a deal worth more than $85 million that included $37 million in guarantees through the first two years.Right tackle Breno Giacomini (back) and wide receiver Devin Smith (knee) are the Jets only remaining players on active/PUP.It was good to see him out there, Bowles said of Wilkerson. He needs to get his feet under him. Hes in shoulder pads for the first time in a while, so its going to take a little while to get in shape. He bounced around pretty good, so it was good to see him in pads and a helmet.Game notesBowles said he and his assistants have not yet decided what the breakdown of playing time will be for the Jets four quarterbacks in the preseason opener. ... WR Eric Decker returned to practice a day after sitting out with leg soreness, saying the team wanted to be smart about it. He added that he felt good throughout practice Tuesday. ... LG James Carpenter sat out with a sore leg. ... RB Matt Forte (hamstring) remains out and wont play against the Jaguars. Theres probably a timetable, but its definitely nowhere right now, Bowles said. We havent even played a game yet. A lot of people get tweaks in their (hamstrings) and leg injuries and all of that. Then you wait to see until after the last preseason game to see who surfaces the next week. Matts a pro. Hes been doing this for a long time. We trust that hes going to have himself in shape. ... LB Trevor Reilly has a leg injury that has sidelined him the past several practices, and he wont play Thursday.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: http://twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' '