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.
The Baltimore Orioles finally beat the New York Yankees
Buck Showalter got his 1,000th victory as a major league manager, Brian Matusz ended his 11-month losing streak and the Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees 7-1 Tuesday night.
Brian Matusz has a long way to go to surpass the major league record of 27 consecutive losses set by Anthony Young with the New York Mets almost 20 years ago.
Brian Matusz pitched his way into Baltimore’s rotation this spring and made his final pitch with a strong outing in an exhibition against the Orioles’ top farm team in Norfolk on Wednesday afternoon.
Jason Hammel, new Orioles pitcher, joined The Scott Garceau Show and talked about his new team and beginning a new season.
Roch Kubatko, MASN Sports Orioles beat writer, joined The Scott Garceau Show and talked O’s baseball with the guys.
Orioles Manager Buck Showalter joined The Scott Garceau Show and told the guys how he feels about this team heading into Opening Day.
The dust has settled on Peyton Manning going to Denver, and now the ink is dry on the contract. Manning agreed to terms on a 5-year, $96 million deal. Manning will be introduced as a Bronco Tuesday at 3 p.m.
Tagged for a home run on his third pitch of the game, Justin Verlander quickly reverted to form.
Hey, it’s only spring training but reports have been good, so far, on the some of the young arms of the Baltimore Orioles.