New York (64-55) snapped a three-game skid Tuesday night in the series opener while ending Baltimore’s four-game winning streak, and will now try to make it a four-game season sweep. The Mets have outscored the Orioles 46-15 in a series where they haven’t lost since 2009.
Orioles catcher and Baltimore native Steve Clevenger joined Ed and Steve to talk about the O’s trying to grab a playoff spot down the stretch.
Born with a rare birth defect, five-year-old Hailey Dawson threw all her challenges out the door as she tossed the ceremonial first pitch at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Kevin Gausman (2-4, 4.48) is 1-0 while yielding two runs in 21 innings over three home starts compared to 0-4 with a 7.24 ERA in five on the road.
The playing field will likely even some Monday night at Camden Yards with Gray expected to start as the Oakland Athletics attempt to avoid a four-game sweep following an embarrassing loss.
Former Orioles pitcher turned broadcaster Ben McDonald joined Ed and Steve to talk about the O’s vs the A’s.
“Any time you’re winning it’s a lot of fun, especially when you do it the way we’ve done it the last couple nights, walking off,” said Davis, whose team has won seven of nine at home since the All-Star break.
(AP) — Chris Davis is on quite a tear over the past three weeks. Now, if he can just get his teammates to follow suit.
The Orioles entered the ninth inning with a two-run lead and Zach Britton on the mound, a seemingly sure-fire recipe for victory.
The Baltimore lineup and Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez are probably eager to get back in action for very different reasons. While Baltimore’s batters had to sit through an off day after being no-hit, Jimenez is coming off his best start of the season.
This week’s Best Of’s include an interview with Dan Duquette, exclusive audio from the Jets locker room and the Score.
Orioles Vice President of Baseball Operation Dan Duquete joined the Vinny and Rob Show to discuss the team as the head down the final stretch of the season.