The Baltimore Orioles look for some more consistency tonight on offense against the Tampa Bay Rays in game 3 of a 4 game series.
Rob Long talks about the Orioles bouncing back from a sweep in Chicago after finding out about losing their Platinum Glove 3rd baseman.
During a season in which the Baltimore Orioles have made a habit of slugging the opposition into submission, there have been times when they have been forced to patiently carve out a victory one out at a time.
Apparently, all it took for the Baltimore Orioles to get back in the win column and rediscover their offense was a return home.
Delmon Young, J.J. Hardy and Chris Davis homered in succession during a six-run fifth inning, and the Baltimore Orioles cruised past the Tampa Bay Rays 9-1 Monday night to end a three-game losing streak.
“Davis has had a very up and down career,” said Szymborski. “He’s hitting .200 or less of late, and it’s not really sustainable.”
Though many in Baltimore are a bit panicked after Machado’s injury, Szymborski points out that every team has injuries, and many also have far worse scenarios as a road to the playoffs.
The AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles are looking forward to getting back home after suffering their first road sweep of the year.
Jonathon Schaech joined Ed and Steve to talk about his new book ‘Caught Stealing’ about Rick Dempsey and a manger who was also a thief.
Dr Ken Tepper joined Ed and Steve to talk about Manny Machado’s knee injury and the recovery time ahead.
Brittany Ghiroli joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Orioles getting swept in Chicago and Manny Machado’s season ending injury.
Baltimore third baseman Manny Machado has decided to have season-ending surgery on his ailing right knee, leaving the Orioles without one of their best players as they try for their first division title in 17 years.
Former Oriole executive and current MASN Baseball Analyst Jim Duquette joined Glenn and Bob on Sports Rehab to discuss the news of Manny Machado possibly needing season ending knee surgery.