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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.
The Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles met at Camden Yards on Tuesday night where the rain was plentiful but runs were not.
Haynie breaks down the battle for the O’Brien Trophy which gets underway tonight. The San Antonio Spurs look to end the Heat’s quest for a three-peat.
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.