Steve Pearce homered twice and drove in four runs as the AL East champion Baltimore Orioles beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-1 Wednesday night for a three-game sweep.
The Baltimore Orioles won their first AL East crown since 1997, using home runs by Steve Pearce and Jimmy Paredes to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-2 Tuesday night before a boisterous crowd of 35,297 at Camden Yards.
This one goes a long way toward making up for all the losing seasons, the meaningless Septembers and meager crowds at Camden Yards for the final games on the schedule.
The Baltimore Orioles moved to the brink of claiming their first AL East title in 17 years, using a resilient pitching performance by Wei-Yin Chen to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-2 Monday night.
August is only a week old, and it’s already the best month of Caleb Joseph’s young major league career.
Wei-Yin Chen’s career-best winning streak came to a close against the only AL East team he’s never beaten.
Steve talks about the little things that don’t show up in the box scores that help the Orioles maintain their lead in the American League East.
Three solo blasts gave Baltimore the major league lead in home runs, and helped the Orioles extend their lead atop the American League East.
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.”
“It’s hard for me at this point to see anybody separating themselves just because, if you asked me two weeks ago, I might have said the Blue Jays I could see them separating themselves, but their pitching is still questionable.” Miller said on what he thinks will happen in the AL East.
Every once in a while, Chris Davis conjures memories of last season by effortlessly launching a baseball far over the outfield wall.
Kevin Gausman gave up one run over six innings and Delmon Young homered as the Baltimore Orioles beat Mark Buehrle and the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Thursday night.