Brian Matusz’s disappointing season took another downward turn Tuesday when Orioles manager Buck Showalter said there were no immediate plans to give the left-hander another start.
In this disastrous Baltimore Orioles 2011 baseball season, there hasn’t been a whole lot for O’s fans to cheer about.
Beating the struggling Twins does not indicate a complete return to form for Britton, but it’s a step in the right direction.
Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter was encouraged by what he saw in Brian Matusz’s return to the majors, even if the results haven’t changed all that much.
2011 has turned out to be a bigger disaster than 2010 was. The reasons for this are plenty.
Brian Matusz took time out before his game tonight to talk with Bob Haynie, Jen Royle, and Joe Orsulak on the Baltimore Baseball Tonight Pre-Game Show.
Before this year’s first rounder Dylan Bundy goes into the system, the Orioles organization needs to do a little detective work.
ESPN MLB Writer Keith Law joined The Scott Garceau Show and talked O’s baseball with the guys. What has gone wrong with the pitching staff? Were the signing’s of Guerrero and Lee good ideas?
Vinny and Kenny host Keith Law for an honest assessment of the Orioles organization.
I said the O’s would not compete this year and Andy MacPhail didn’t make the right moves to help this club, but I honestly didn’t think it would be this bad. I actually picked them to win 83 games and finish a hair over .500, but it’s apparent that is not going to happen.
The Baltimore Orioles picked a heck of a time to play their worst baseball of the season.
The Orioles came into this season with higher expectations than they have had in years. After 13 straight losing seasons, this was going to be the year the Birds get back to respectability.