One day after clinching the division seems like an opportune time to rest some regulars, and the Baltimore Orioles will have that luxury Wednesday night against the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Baltimore-Washington corridor is experiencing a golden age for baseball, with both the Nationals and Orioles clinching their respective divisions on Tuesday night.
The Baltimore Orioles made it look easy on Tuesday night as they blasted the Toronto Blue Jays 8-2 at Camden Yards to win the American League’s Eastern division championship for the first time since 1997.
It was heavenly night for a pitcher who’s had a hellish season. Yes, that Ubaldo Jimenez was very good and got the pennant clinching win as the O’s punched their post-season dance card. The unlikely […]
The Orioles have clinched a spot in the playoffs!
It has been more than four decades since the Orioles clinched a division title at home.
Winning the AL East has been an almost foregone conclusion for weeks now for the Baltimore Orioles, but a title 17 years in the making would still make for a very memorable night at Camden Yards.
The Baltimore Orioles are closing in on their first AL East championship in 17 years and can move to the cusp of clinching that title by taking the series opener from the Toronto Blue Jays.
Another celebration was taking place at Camden Yards as the Orioles won three of four games from the New York Yankees to reduce their magic number for clinching the AL East to three.
For nearly a decade and a half, Rob can remember the New York Yankees practically owning the Baltimore Orioles.
For the Birds, this is tough because they are already minus some key pieces to a team that is getting closer and closer to winning the AL East for the first time since 1997.
I’m not here to beat up Chris Davis and in my mind it doesn’t put into question any of his success in the majors.