Five players from the Orioles are playing in Tuesday night’s All-Star Game. Now there’s talk of an All-Star Game right here in Charm City.
A week ago, I was writing about the Baltimore Orioles getting swept by the Toronto Blue Jays.
By defeating the Tribe, the Birds remained 3.5 games behind the Boston Red Sox in the AL East. Now the New York Yankees come to town for a showdown of division rivals.
The condition of a Hagerstown man who sustained a head injury in a fight at Camden Yard is improving.
I’d like to think it was an early Father’s Day gift for us couch potatoes. It was a night of sports drama and extreme channel changing at my house.
Most people probably know by now that a fan was assaulted last week at Camden Yards.
An Orioles game turns violent, leaving one man in serious condition.
It’s a big day at Orioles Park at Camden Yards–it’s the sixth annual Weather Day! More than 12,000 students from across the area are taking part in the event that gets bigger and bigger every year.
Jeremy Guthrie lost 60 games over a four-year stretch with the Orioles before being traded to Colorado in February 2012 for pitchers Jason Hammel and Matt Lindstrom. Now he’s back in Baltimore for the first time, poised to face his former team Thursday night as a member of the Kansas City Royals.
One of Baltimore’s most popular Orioles was honored at Camden Yards Saturday. Earl Weaver passed away earlier this year.
Through 12 games, the Baltimore Orioles sit at 6-6. A .500 record does not speak of brilliance, but, after two weeks, the Birds certainly have been interesting.
It seems like just yesterday Red Sox fans were strutting around Camden Yards like they owned the place.