he Baltimore Orioles still own a comfortable lead in the AL East, but they haven’t been playing their best of late.
The Orioles are, or have been, in first place for a while and last night the stadium did not fill up the Orioles homerun derby last night. The Orioles have not had a season like this for a while, since 1997.
Chris Coghlan finally solved Bud Norris with a bases-loaded triple in a four-run second inning, leading the Chicago Cubs to a 7-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on a soggy Saturday at Wrigley Field.
The Orioles 5 man rotation of Tillman, Norris, Chen, Gausman and Gonzalez might only have one All-Star appearance among them right now, that would be Tillman last year, but they’re pitching like stars.
Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Bud Norris joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn on Tuesday to recap his win over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night.
Nick Markakis epitomizes the word professional and last night was yet another example of his consistency.
Even though he has never ascended to All-Star status, Nick Markakis has always been a personal favorite of yours truly.
The New York Yankees’ offense has picked an inconvenient time to be mired in a slump as the club heads into a prime opportunity to make up ground in the AL East race.
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.
The first place Baltimore Orioles took on the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night in the start of a three-game series against the team closest to them in AL East.
Toronto is four games behind the Orioles (63-48) heading into arguably its most important series of the year. These division rivals have split 10 meetings thus far, with Baltimore winning four of the last six.
Thanks to five runs combined in the seventh and eighth inning the Birds won 7-3 over the National League East’s best team.