The Orioles would have loved to have gotten game 3 out of the way on Monday. But due to the weather, the game was postponed. But Tuesday should be the perfect day for the Orioles to get back on track.
The Orioles are down 0-2 in the ALCS, but that doesn’t mean that they’re out of it. The national media may think they’re done, but there’s plenty of baseball left to be played.
Baltimore swept the Tigers in the ALDS. They’ll need to dominate the Royals in similar fashion the rest of the way to have a chance in the ALCS.
The Orioles have the best bullpen in the MLB and the Royals can’t win with the long ball. Then Game 1 of the ALCS began and everything changed.
As the Orioles prepare to play in their first American League Champion Series since 1997, the brass of the franchise extended J.J. Hardy’s contract for an additional three seasons.
The Orioles are about to start the American League Championship Series against the Kansas City Royals in a matchup few expected. With Baltimore 4 wins away from the World Series, here are a few players to keep an eye on.
Either the Kansas City Royals or the Baltimore Orioles will be playing for a World Series.
The Orioles, with a dramatic comeback in the 8th inning, defeat the Tigers at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore. The Birds lead the series 2-0.
Those core players may stir the drink but the glass might be empty if it wasn’t for so many new faces that have made the 2014 season a special one.
Orioles fever is at an all-time high and as the O’s gear up for their first playoff game, Linh Bui talked to star outfielder Adam Jones.
Facing the Tigers’ rotation is daunting given the fact they have the last three Cy Young winners on staff but it may not be as difficult for the Orioles as most other teams.
Adam Jones talks about Orioles postseason, BMore Around Town gets pumped for the playoffs.