Glenn is impressed with the hunger, fight, will and determination of this Orioles ball club and it showed Wednesday.
The magic continues! Orioles fans are still flying high after the team clinched the AL East championship Tuesday night. Wednesday night, the champions took the field for the first time in front of their home crowd.
Winning the AL East has been an almost foregone conclusion for weeks now for the Baltimore Orioles, but a title 17 years in the making would still make for a very memorable night at Camden Yards.
Another celebration was taking place at Camden Yards as the Orioles won three of four games from the New York Yankees to reduce their magic number for clinching the AL East to three.
The Baltimore Orioles are building a seemingly insurmountable lead atop the AL East behind impressive success at home.
Getting back home has made all the difference for the AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles.
he Baltimore Orioles still own a comfortable lead in the AL East, but they haven’t been playing their best of late.
Rob Long talks about the Orioles bouncing back from a sweep in Chicago after finding out about losing their Platinum Glove 3rd baseman.
Chris Davis hasn’t helped compensate for the offensive or defensive loss at third base, as he’s slumping on both sides of the ball.
“He’s been very inconsistent. That’s the best way to put it,” said Coleman. “They just need to hope that he trends upward soon and maybe that he makes some place at third as well.”
The home run heroics gave the Birds a sweep of the rain-shortened two-game series against the Yanks and extended their lead in the American League East to a season-high 7.5 games.
Adversity is something all teams, even championship teams face, but you would think Manny Machado is one of the last players could afford to lose.
Manny Machado ripped a Cory Rasmus pitch into the left field seats on Tuesday night to give the Baltimore Orioles a dramatic 7-6, 12th inning victory over the L.A. Angels at Camden Yards.