The Baltimore Orioles are in the midst of a 16-game stretch during which they’ll face the top three teams in the loaded AL West.
As the post-All-Star Game portion of the season is about to begin, let’s see how I’m doing up to this point.
I’ve looked at the schedule of all of the American League East teams and broke down how I thought the five teams would finish the season.
The Athletics have some incentive for an AL victory in the All-Star game; since 2003, the winner’s league gets to start the World Series at home, and 23 of the last 28 titles were won by teams scheduled to host four of a possible seven games.
Former Baltimore Oriole and current YES Network Analyst Ken Singleton joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to preview the Orioles series against the New York Yankees this weekend.
Duquette says “that the favorite in the American League east is probably the Orioles, the Orioles are the most well rounded of all the teams.”
Two of baseball’s top home run hitters meet for the first time as Nelson Cruz’s Baltimore Orioles take on Jose Abreu’s Chicago White Sox.
Because Manny Machado showed immaturity over a three day period, he’s been called a “Punk” and a “Child”. Rob Long says the judgement is too harsh, too soon.
Mark February 24, 2014 on your calendar, that’s the day the Orioles signed Cruz to a 1-year, 8 million dollar deal. What a steal!
The AL East is usually a perpetual power house in the majors but for some reason the entire division seems to be in idle at this point in the season.
Steve Davis talks about the chances that Bud Norris actually threw a pitch AT Torii Hunter after the Ian Kinsler homerun in the 8th inning.
Each week Mark Zinno ranks the Top 6 teams, gives you 4 notable stats and ranks the 3 worst teams in the league.