American League East
Orioles Director of Communications Greg Bader joined The Vinny and Rob Show today with the latest from the team as they push towards their first postseason berth since 1997.
Baltimore’s sports teams battled with the teams from New England over the weekend. The Baltimore Orioles continued their race to the MLB post-season by taking two out of three in Boston from the Red Sox. […]
Greg Bader, Director of Communications for The Baltimore Orioles joined The Vinny and Rob Show today to answer some questions regarding The Birds’ post season.
This weekend, the Birds go to Boston to take on the Red Sox. The Sox had their season come to an abrupt end with a walk-off win by the O’s on the final day of the 2011 regular season. I’m sure the players on that team remember that and would love to repay the O’s.
Last night in a marathon of a game, the O’s defeated the Seattle Mariners 4-2. The fact that it took 18 innings is almost no surprise to anyone who’s been watching this team this season.
A milestone for the Baltimore Orioles as they win an epic 14-inning game to sweep the Tampa Bay Rays. This victory guarantees the O’s will stop their 14-year streak of losing seasons.
Baltimore Oriole Glove Glove right fielder and lead-off hitter Nick Markakis goes down with a wrist injury on Saturday against the New York Yankees. Jason Hammel leaves the game early on Tuesday with knee soreness. […]
The Orioles have made all the right moves this season and it began before the season even began.
The O’s have just completed a road trip that included a five-game winning streak. That winning streak came against the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.
Orioles chose Dylan Bundy as their first pick in the 2011 MLB Draft. Bundy is an 18-year old RHP with a .20 ERA.
Friday night’s game between the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles has been postponed by rain.
Rookie Zach Britton did his part to help Baltimore start the new season with three consecutive wins. Britton pitched six sharp innings in his major league debut, J.J. Hardy hit a two-run double and Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-1 on Sunday to complete a season-opening three-game sweep.