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Zinno debuted a new segment on Last Call, called “Hypothetically Speaking.”
On Tuesday, for the first time as American League rivals, the Baltimore Orioles and Houston Astros will get after each other as they start a three-game series at Minute Maid Park.
Dan Connolly joined Zinno for his “favorite argument of the week” and to talk Orioles.
A lot of attention has been given lately to the pitching woes of the Baltimore Orioles. The Baltimore offense , however, has been blasting away at opposing pitchers.
Things have turned sour for the Birds, who have lost five in a row and seven of nine. So this week’s 6-4-3 will try and stay positive.
Even though Baltimore’s final game against the Oakland A’s didn’t go their way, the Orioles still took three out of four from the defending American League West champs.
After a successful 6-3 homestand, the Baltimore Orioles have made their way out west to begin an 11-game road trek.
As the Baltimore Orioles continue their current nine game stretch at Camden Yards, Rich Durbroff from CSN Baltimore joined me to chat about the Birds.
Through 12 games, the Baltimore Orioles sit at 6-6. A .500 record does not speak of brilliance, but, after two weeks, the Birds certainly have been interesting.
Hiroki Kuroda pitched a five-hitter for his fifth major league shutout and Brett Gardner hit his first home run off a left-handed pitcher since July 2010, leading the New York Yankees over the Baltimore Orioles 3-0 Sunday night.
It’s a little over a week into the baseball season and I’ve already started to hear people asking questions that should only be asked after 45-60 games, not eight or 10.
How about that Manny Machado? The Orioles 20-year-old third baseman blasted a two-out, three-run homer off Boston closer Joel Hanrahan to give Baltimore a dramatic 8-5 victory over the Red Sox.