We were discussing on the show what the final composition of the Orioles pitching staff will be if the Orioles brass had their druthers. Most of it is set, but there are some big questions.
Scott talks about the seemingly bogus projections that the Orioles will go from first to worst in the AL East.
Steve Melewski of MASN Sports joined Sports Rehab to talk Orioles baseball as the team heads to Spring Training.
Jim Hunter and Roch Kubatko are joined by O’s slugger Chris Davis, starting pitcher Chris Tillman and backup catcher Caleb Joseph.
The Orioles have agreed to terms with INF Chris Davis, LHP Brian Matusz, RHP Chris Tillman and CA Matt Wieters on one-year contracts, thus avoiding arbitration.
Dan Duquette could still be Toronto bound but the Orioles did avoid arbitration with four key players (Davis, Wieters, Tillman and Matusz).
What’s the justification for allowing Markakis to leave Charm City? Rob Long further confuses himself and you by trying to navigate through the business behind it all.
With all eyes on the Orioles front office this off season we look back at the Top 5 all time best off-season moves the team has ever made.
Chen gets the ball in Game 3. It’s time for a starting pitcher to give a lights out performance.
The surprising Kansas City Royals and unflappable Baltimore Orioles are extremely similar with one significant exception: the fashion in which they score runs. The team that best utilizes its standard method of offense will likely win the best-of-seven AL Championship Series, which begins Friday night.
As the Orioles prepare to play in their first American League Champion Series since 1997, the brass of the franchise extended J.J. Hardy’s contract for an additional three seasons.
The Orioles are about to start the American League Championship Series against the Kansas City Royals in a matchup few expected. With Baltimore 4 wins away from the World Series, here are a few players to keep an eye on.