For the first time since the curfew forced the Orioles to reschedule games and leave town, the birds are back in Baltimore.
Following a long road trip, Baltimore – along with the Oriole faithful – will finally return to Camden Yards on Monday night to face the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Baltimore Orioles will get the Motley Crue “Home Sweet Home” treatment on Monday as they finally get back to the Charm City after a lengthy absence.
Michael Pineda struck out a career-high 16 in seven dominant innings Sunday and Carlos Beltran hit his first homer of the season, leading the New York Yankees to a 6-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles.
Chris Davis hit one of Baltimore’s three home runs, Wei-Yin Chen won for the first time this season and the Orioles snapped a four-game slide Saturday with a 6-2 victory over the New York Yankees.
Zach Wilt of Baltimore Sports Report joined Scott and Jeremy to talk about the Orioles rough week in the big apple.
Sweeny Murti of WFAN joined Scott and Jeremy to check in from the Yankees clubhouse with an update on the Bronx Bombers.
Before the trip to New York, the Orioles were a American League best .317 with RISP. They’ve since gone 2-for-16.
Baltimore (12-14) is spending the week in the Big Apple, losing twice to the Mets before beginning this four-game series with Thursday’s 4-3 defeat. The Orioles have totaled six runs in the slide, with four solo homers.
Baltimore (12-13) could welcome shortstop J.J. Hardy for his season debut Thursday. Hardy has been out with a strained left shoulder and manager Buck Showalter said it’s possible he could play in the series opener.
Orioles GM Dan Duquette joined Ken and Steve to talk about the upcoming roster moves for the Orioles.
Jimenez hasn’t allowed an earned run in 14 innings while winning two home starts, but the right-hander is 0-1 with a 4.15 ERA in two road games.