It may be his first ever playoff game, but I am not the least bit worried about Miguel Gonzales.
Billy Ripken of MLB Network joins Ken Weinman and Mark Zinno to talk Orioles baseball.
O’s look to take control of ALDS in Game 3.
For the first time in days, Camden Yards will be quiet as the Orioles travel to New York for game three of their showdown with the Yankees. After a thrilling game two, the series is tied at one win apiece and fans think the O’s have plenty of magic left in the tank.
Orioles fans have flooded Camden Yards for their first chance to see the O’s in the postseason in 15 years.
Game 1 of the ALDS is in the books with Game 2 ahead tonight. Sweeny Murti, beat reporter for the Yankees on WFAN 660 in New York, and Rich Dubroff, Orioles reporter for CSNBaltimore.com, join Haynie & Zinno to give both sides of the series so far.
The Baltimore Orioles surprised just about everyone but themselves by defeating the Texas Rangers in the wild card game and moving on to the ALDS, but the club is far from satisfied after their first playoff win in in 15 years.