It seemed like yesterday when fans and sports talk radio hosts (me included) were talking about the lack of off-season moves by the Baltimore Orioles.
Jon Heyman of CBS Sports and the MLB Network joined Scott and Jeremy to discuss the Orioles adding starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez. “I think it was the right thing for them to do. I do […]
Prior to this, I thought the off-season was a disaster, an F. They needed to upgrade the rotation, get a DH, fill holes and hopefully upgrade LF and 2B, plus try top extend Davis and/or Wieters.
Chris Davis joined Ed & Steve to talk about what he’s been doing this off-season and what fans can look forward to in this upcoming year.
The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with home run king Chris Davis for $10.35 million, avoiding arbitration.
The Orioles led all teams with three winners: Outfielder Adam Jones and shortstop J.J. Hardy joined first baseman Chris Davis in being picked for the first time.
He was nominated for a Gold Glove Award and didn’t win, but Chris Davis could still be honored for his incredible season with the Orioles.
The Gold Glove winners will be announced tomorrow night at 8pm on ESPN 2. Six Orioles have eared their chance to receive this prestigious award.
Chris Davis has been named the Orioles’ nominee for the 2013 Hank Aaron Award in recognition of his outstanding offensive performance.
After another winning season, the Orioles front office has many issues to address. Buck Showalter and VP Dan Duquette will certainly be busy and have many important decisions ahead of them.
Chris Davis finished a season in which he led the majors in homers (53) and RBIs (138), even though his work was over a couple of hours earlier than planned. A sprained left wrist forced him out in the fourth inning of Sunday’s 7-6 victory over the Boston Red Sox.
Major league home run leader Chris Davis left the Baltimore Orioles’ regular season finale Sunday in the fourth inning with a sprained left wrist.