Baltimore still holds the largest division lead in the majors at 8 1/2 games over the New York Yankees as it tries to win its first AL East title since 1997.
Getting back home has made all the difference for the AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles.
Smyly (9-10) tossed seven innings of two-hit baseball as the Rays defeated the Orioles 3-1 in the third game of the four-game series.
he Baltimore Orioles still own a comfortable lead in the AL East, but they haven’t been playing their best of late.
Although the Orioles do have somewhat of a stronghold on first place, the AL central is much closer than Baltimore’s division.
“It could still go either way,” said Todd. “The Royals have a game and half on them, and Detroit has the better roster and they could still pull away with the division. But their rotation is shallow now. They might lose a couple due to that and it could be the difference.”
This Orioles bullpen is really something special and the defense has been nothing short of spectacular.
Was that Rays game Tuesday a joke or what? Over 3 & a half hours? In a 4-2 Baltimore win? Geez. What a grind! Can someone tell Joe Madden they can roll over now? Don’t […]
The Baltimore Orioles look for some more consistency tonight on offense against the Tampa Bay Rays in game 3 of a 4 game series.
Rob Long talks about the Orioles bouncing back from a sweep in Chicago after finding out about losing their Platinum Glove 3rd baseman.
Apparently, all it took for the Baltimore Orioles to get back in the win column and rediscover their offense was a return home.
The AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles are looking forward to getting back home after suffering their first road sweep of the year.
Former Oriole executive and current MASN Baseball Analyst Jim Duquette joined Glenn and Bob on Sports Rehab to discuss the news of Manny Machado possibly needing season ending knee surgery.