Chris Davis, Adam Jones and Steve Pearce homered and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Minnesota Twins 6-0 Sunday.
LOOK IN ON THE BIRDS
One month of the season is almost in the books and the surprises keep coming!! Remember the “6-4-3″ is the top six teams, four stats to know and bottom three teams in the bigs.
Jake Arrieta stood in front of the cameras and microphones, looked straight ahead and took every bit of the blame for the loss that prevented the Baltimore Orioles from completing a three-game sweep of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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.
Baseball and business. The two came together in Baltimore on Monday. It was the 35th Annual Lunch with the Orioles, and this year it was more crowded than ever.
On Thursday night, the Baltimore Orioles battled the Boston Red Sox in a game that resembled the way the club battled their way to 93 wins in 2012.
It seems like just yesterday Red Sox fans were strutting around Camden Yards like they owned the place.
Chris Davis hit his sixth homer and Adam Jones drove in two runs, including a tiebreaking double, to lead the Baltimore Orioles past the Boston Red Sox 3-2 on Thursday night.
You know you are excited about the upcoming baseball season when you print out the Spring Training schedule and make it a point to watch and or listen to as many Grapefruit Games as possible as was the case with yours truly.
During the aftermath of the Orioles opening day victory over the Tampa Rays, Glenn reflected on the game and what it really means that baseball is back.