Well, getting drilled by the Red Sox 13-2 is not exactly how the Baltimore Orioles needed to start their big nine-game road trip.
The Orioles tried to make sure they have all this depth in the rotation, so we’re about to see if they were right.
On Thursday night, the Baltimore Orioles battled the Boston Red Sox in a game that resembled the way the club battled their way to 93 wins in 2012.
The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to terms with catcher Matt Wieters, infielder Chris Davis and left-handed pitchers Brian Matusz and Troy Patton.
Brian Matusz of the Baltimore Orioles joined the Garceau show to talk about the great season the Orioles had this year.
The Baltimore Orioles ended a successful road trip with a wasted opportunity to climb into a tie for the AL East lead.
Chris Tillman struck out 7 and allowed 2 hits in 81/3 innings of work at Seattle Sunday.
Rookie Andrelton Simmons made amends for his first career error by hitting a two-run, go-ahead homer in the sixth inning and the Atlanta Braves beat Baltimore 4-2 on Friday night to end the Orioles’ five-game winning streak.
Brian Matusz threw 67 pitches in two-plus innings, allowing quick five runs, and the Baltimore Orioles went on to a 7-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox on Thursday night.
Brian Matusz gave up two hits in 7 1/3 innings and the Baltimore Orioles ended a six-game losing streak by holding off the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 Saturday.
Since taking two of three games from the Washington Nationals two weeks ago, things have not gone well for the Baltimore Orioles.
The turnaround of Brian Matusz, the struggles of Tommy Hunter, Jason Hammel’s knee problems, the futures of Zach Britton & Dylan Bundy, and the best closer in baseball: Jim Johnson.