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The Baltimore Orioles were coming off of bad four game series on the road against the Kansas City Royals. They were looking forward to getting back on track at home against the Boston Red Sox.
I’m not here to cast judgement on Ryan Braun or anyone else for what they’ve done. That comes from a pay grade higher than mine. However, I do find it peculiar that Braun was eager to get in front of a camera to proclaim his innocence last year…
The Baltimore Orioles have taken their fans on an emotional roller coaster during the 2013 season. They’ve witnessed blown saves, losing streaks, cold bats and players on the disabled list.
The 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star game was special for many reasons. If you’re a Baltimore Orioles’ fan, it was special because four of the five players who represented your team played and made contributions.
When I arrived at Citi Field, I expected to be wowed and I was indeed wowed. It was sensational seeing the guys who you cover on a daily basis mingling and enjoying the moment just as I was.
I must admit, since joining the powerhouse of 105.7 The Fan two years ago, I’ve been priviledged some pretty decent assignments.
When the season began, the Baltimore Orioles were still the unknown. Who knew whether or not 2012 was a fluke or whether this team could contend? There were lots of questions surrounding the roster. One [...]
Today Tsuyoshi Wada suffered a setback as he struggled in his start against the Triple A Gwinnett Braves.
I remember as a kid I would watch the Baltimore Orioles mashers like Eddie Murray and Cal Ripken destroy opposing pitchers en route to Cooperstown.
Two comments by the Baltimore Orioles “brass” in less than 24 hours addressing their current pitching situation leave us asking is there more to come?
The Baltimore Orioles got off to an excellent start in the first game of a four-game set against the Boston Red Sox Thursday at Oriole Park at Camden Yards
The Baltimore Orioles have had pitching issues to say the least. If it hasn’t come from the starters, it’s come from the bullpen, namely one Jim Johnson who was, at one point, the most reliable man in the game.