Baltimore staggered into the All-Star break on level ground following a wild roller-coaster ride marred by erratic play, with losses in 10 of its last 13.
If you missed the MLB Network special “MLB Network Presents: Buck Showalter: A Life in Baseball”, you really missed out.
The Orioles get back in the swing of things after the All-Star break and they realize there’s still plenty of baseball to be played and there’s always a chance to add talent before the trade deadline.
To get back into Postseason baseball for the third time in four years the Orioles will have to do better starting Friday night in Detroit.
The Baltimore Orioles staggered into the All-Star break on level ground following a wild roller-coaster ride marred by inconsistent play.
MLB Network presents: “Buck Showalter, A Life In Baseball” tonight at 7pm. MLB Network Senior Coordinating Producer Bruce Cornblatt joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to discuss tonights documentary.
Baltimore’s Wei-Yin Chen (4-4, 2.82) hasn’t lost in six starts, though he has surrendered two solo shots in each of his last three.
Runs are at a premium in the Beltway, and with Jordan Zimmermann and Miguel Gonzalez pitching, that figures to remain the status quo Saturday night when the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles continue their series at Camden Yards.
Chris Tillman and Gio Gonzalez will both be looking to get a win before heading into the All-Star Break in the first game of a local rivalry series.
After a brutal 1-5 road trip, the Baltimore Orioles return home for a three-game series against the Washington Nationals.
Hall of Fame Pitcher John Smoltz joined Scott and Jeremy to talk about the MLB All Star Game and Orioles manager Buck Showalter.
Buck touched on a number of topics today on the Norris and Davis Show.