MATT SNYDER JOINED MARK ZINNO ON THE GLENN YOUNES SHOW TO TALK BASEBALL.
The Baltimore Orioles were coming off of bad four game series on the road against the Kansas City Royals. They were looking forward to getting back on track at home against the Boston Red Sox.
It’s not as if Jason Hammel is pitching horribly. The Baltimore Orioles right-hander simply isn’t performing well enough to win.
Thursday on the show, we asked the listeners an interesting question. Who is the Face of Baltimore Sports? The only requirement is that is has to be an active athlete.
The Baltimore Orioles got production from throughout their lineup, while Scott Feldman shut down the Kansas City Royals offense.
Chris Davis leads the MLB in home runs and he’s got friends (and support) in, what Baltimore fans would consider, odd places.
I’ve got a few random thoughts leading into the final 66 games for our Baltimore Birds… Here they are:
Adam Jones swung right through the second straight pitch from Aroldis Chapman that topped 100 mph, then walked back to the American League dugout with a smile on his face.
The Home Run Derby news conference was about to begin and Chris Davis’ chair on the dais was empty. This season’s biggest slugger was missing.
The All Star break is here. And we hit the theoretical mid-way point of the season. Now the real question is where will be in two and a half months?
Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis, center fielder Adam Jones and shortstop J.J. Hardy are in the starting lineup for Tuesday’s All-Star game.
When the season began, the Baltimore Orioles were still the unknown. Who knew whether or not 2012 was a fluke or whether this team could contend? There were lots of questions surrounding the roster. One […]