The sting of the Game 5 loss to the Yankees will soon fade, and the memories of this year’s team will have more sunshine than rain.
The Birds are back home. After being knocked out in the Bronx, O’s fans rush to thank their torn-up team. The loss still stings but the season was O-so-sweet, culminating in the team’s first playoff appearance since 1997.
Jeremy Conn gives his thoughts on game 5, between the Orioles and the Yankees.
Former Oriole outfielder Joe Orsulak, co-host of 105-7 THE FAN’s Baltimore Baseball Tonight Show, joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss the Orioles hitting slump and everything Orioles!
Game 5 Friday in the Bronx, Yankees Stadium vs. a true Ace C.C. Sabathia. That’s a task, a daunting one at that. Jason Hammel on the hill but the question is where are the collective bats?
Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain was hit by a flying broken bat in the 12th inning and left Game 4 of the AL division series against Baltimore with a bruised right elbow Thursday night.
New York Yankees pitch hitter Raul Ibanez breaks O’s hearts with a pair a late home runs, allowing the Bronx Bombers to steal Game Three of the ALDS.
The Orioles were two outs away from taking a 2-1 series lead over the favored Yankees when Raul Ibanez added his name to the list of athletes who has broken the hearts of Baltimore fans.
Raul Ibanez lined a ninth-inning home run while pinch hitting for slumping Alex Rodriguez, then hit a leadoff homer in the 12th, giving the New York Yankees a stunning 3-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night for a 2-1 lead in their AL division series.
It came down to a nail-biter in New York Wednesday night, as the Orioles tried to take over their five game showdown with the Yankees. Orioles fans held their breath, hoping to see the O’s push ahead in the playoffs. Unfortunately, the Yankees won the game 3-2 in the 12th inning.
Ken Singleton of the YES Network joins Ken Weinman & Mark Zinno to talk about the Orioles vs. Yankees playoff series.
It may be his first ever playoff game, but I am not the least bit worried about Miguel Gonzales.