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The first place Baltimore Orioles took on the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night in the start of a three-game series against the team closest to them in AL East.
To say that the 2013 Baltimore Ravens struggled on offense would be a massive understatement.
Manny Machado ripped a Cory Rasmus pitch into the left field seats on Tuesday night to give the Baltimore Orioles a dramatic 7-6, 12th inning victory over the L.A. Angels at Camden Yards.
When we hear the Baltimore Orioles mentioned in trade rumors, it’s usually about their pursuit of a starting pitcher. But are the pitchers mentioned really an upgrade?
Baltimore’s All-Star CF blasted a pair of two-run homers as the Birds beat the L.A. Angels 4-2 in the first game of a three-game series.
As the post-All-Star Game portion of the season is about to begin, let’s see how I’m doing up to this point.
At this time last week, I was writing about the Baltimore Orioles losing three of four games to the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards and how the 11-game home stand was not going as planned.
This past Friday, the Baltimore Orioles began a four-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards.
As the Birds hit Thursday’s off-day, their record at Camden Yards stands at 18-18. That’s mediocrity right there people.
On Friday night, the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees will begin a three-game series that will have an impact on the AL East standings. Yankee Stadium is the setting for a matchup between two of the top three teams in the division.
After dropping two games in a row, the Baltimore Orioles needed to get themselves a win against the Tampa Bay Rays.
The young righty pitched six strong innings as the Birds knocked off the first-place Toronto Blue Jays 4-2. Now Buck Showalter must decide what to do with his starting staff upon Gonzalez’s return.