Cabrera, who previously endured a spell on the 10-day disabled list earlier this year with a right groin strain, is now dealing with a Grade 1 oblique strain. Manager Brad Ausmus said Victor Martinez would be placed on the paternity list after the game and miss the weekend series against the Texas Rangers.
Cabrera is hitting only.248 on the season with four home runs and 15 RBIs.
Last Friday was the first time Tigers' right fielder J.D Martinez had played all season because of a sprained foot. According to MLB's Statcast program, the 350-foot home run left Jones' bat at 88.7 miles per hour, making it the slowest home run hit this season.
Navarro, 31, is batting.305 for the Mud Hens, with three home runs and an.861 OPS.
Michael Pineda (4-2) allowed three runs and six hits with two walks over six-plus innings. Iglesias went to third on an infield single by third baseman Nicholas Castellanos, and watched them all score on a three-run home run by right fielder J.D.
"The hard part is, when the team got the lead it seemed like I gave it up every inning after we got the lead", Bundy said.
Dickerson connected in the second inning off Josh Tomlin (2-5) and Logan Morrison hit a solo shot in the third for Tampa Bay, which went 4-2 on a swing through Boston and Cleveland.
Killing them softly: Center fielder Adam Jones' home run in the fifth inning, which at the time put the Orioles ahead, 4-3, was nearly robbed at the wall by left fielder Justin Upton.
Bundy has yielded only 13 runs for the season, nine during his six-start unbeaten streak, and is the only Baltimore starter to pitch past the fifth inning in the past six games. "You're always pulling, pulling, pulling.' (Comerica Park) is why I try to pull".
Gerrit Cole shut down the best offense in the majors, holding the Washington Nationals to three hits in seven innings to win for the first time in a month as the Pittsburgh Pirates eased to a 6-1 victory.
Alex Avila added an RBI double that inning to make it 6-4.
This particular bad outing just came at an inopportune time for the Orioles, who sure seem to be reeling right now. He has 48 strikeouts in 35 2/3 innings this season while allowing just one home run. He was able to stay in the game.
BRAVES 8, BLUE JAYS 4: Kurt Suzuki hit a three-run homer to cap a six-run first inning, and host Atlanta held on after Freddie Freeman left with an injury.
Chris Davis, Adam Jones, and Seth Smith all hit home runs off of Tigers' starter Jordan Zimmerman (4-2), giving the Orioles a 3-0 lead before the third inning. He'll face Miami left-hander Justin Nicolino (0-0, 1.50).