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Down to their final out, things were looking bleak for the Baltimore Orioles in Milwaukee on Monday afternoon against the Brewers. Then lightening struck…
Chris Davis blasted three HR’s to pace the Orioles to a 9-2 victory over the Pirates at PNC Park. The pitching continues its revival. But there are still questions to be answered.
The Orioles pitching held the Detroit Tigers at bay for 9 innings, then Tommy Hunter hit the mound and things went downhill from there.
On Wednesday night, Tommy Hunter earned his 10th save of the season. He also made everyone with a rooting interest in the game sweat a little.
The Birds took care of business by winning both games against the reeling Pirates in a fan-friendly doubleheader and now hit the road on a positive note.
I know it’s still early in the season, but the Orioles continue their quest for consistency. Once they get that going, the extended winning streaks will follow.
The Washington Wizards have jumped out to a 2-0 series lead over the Chicago Bulls in the NBA Playoffs and people are starting to take notice.
Through 14 games, the Orioles have only hit nine homers which is good for 27th in the majors. They have not homered in four of their last five games.
After going 3-3 on a road trip through Detroit and New York, the Baltimore Orioles return to Camden Yards to begin a six-game home stand against the Jays and the Rays.
On Tuesday night, the University of Maryland announced that guard Roddy Peters, swingman Nick Faust and center Shaquille Cleare were granted their release to transfer from the school.
After dropping two of three games to the Boston Red Sox at Camden Yards, the Baltimore Orioles will begin a six-game road trip on Friday in Detroit against the Tigers.
The 111-90 blowout over Golden State was San Antonio’s 19th-straight win and helped strengthen the Spurs lead in the NBA’s Southwest Division. It’s business as usual in San Antonio.