Mel Antonen joined Vinny and Rob to look ahead at the rest of the season for the orioles
Dallas Cogle, a sportswriter from the Southern Maryland Newspapers joined Travis Thomas on Sports Rehab to preview the second half of the season for the Baltimore Orioles.
Against all logic, the Baltimore Orioles stand alone atop the AL East at the All-Star break for the first time since 1997.
Let’s look at the 10 biggest MLB first-half pleasant and unpleasant surprises.
When he tells his kids about his first complete game in the majors, Kevin Gausman will have a heck of a story to share — if he skips the part about the game being called by rain after 4 1/2 innings.
Bud Norris (7-5, 3.62 ERA) takes on Doug Fister (7-2, 2.93 ERA). First pitch is 7:05pm in Washington.
A top prospect, Addison Russell, a young 20 year old short stop plays for the Chicago Cubs is apparently
one of the best according to Keith Law. Of course, he is a great short stop, has a nice swing, and has a good approach at the plate. The Cubs have some moving around with the amount of infielders that they have.
Brittany Ghiroli joined Ed and Ken to talk about the extra innings win for the Orioles in DC.
At this time last week, I was writing about the Baltimore Orioles losing three of four games to the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards and how the 11-game home stand was not going as planned.
Glenn asked Rob if the Orioles could win the AL East without Davis having a power surge and Neyer said “The Orioles will not reach 90 wins without Chris Davis going on some sort of tear.”
They’ve fallen and it’s doubtful they can get up. Here’s a look at some teams and players who’ve failed miserably so far in this 2014 season.
Scott asked for a “letter grade” from last nights game. The first half, Kubatko gave the Birds a strong C+. They only had one quality start in the past couple games. The O’s are starting to look like a last place team, Kubatko said, if that is the case then he would give the O’s a solid A-. It is time for the Orioles to step up their game a little bit.