The question was asked: When is it not too early to start panicking?
For the half season Scott Feldman spent in Baltimore, starts at Camden Yards were a chore. Change the Houston starter into a road uniform at the park, and he’s unbeaten in four starts.
Six hours after the scheduled time of the first pitch, Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter spoke with admiration about the way his players and the Seattle Mariners handled a tight game and a lengthy rain delay.
The Orioles are turning to Chris Tillman (2-5, 6.34), who has a 2.03 ERA while winning all six of his starts against the Mariners – four at home.
O’s fans expect better from a ball club that won the AL East last year, but all is not doom and gloom.
The Baltimore Orioles are regarded as one of, if not the best defensive teams in Major League Baseball. At least that was the case before the 2015 season.
Edwin Encarnacion homered twice and drove in three runs, Mark Buehrle threw six innings of four-hit ball and the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Baltimore Orioles 10-2 Tuesday night.
Baltimore seeks its seventh home win in eight tries Tuesday night against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Zach Wilt of Baltimore Sports Report joined Scott and Jeremy to talk about the Orioles rough week in the big apple.
Chris Tillman was upset he gave up a long ball to Alex Rodriguez — and not because it was a milestone home run.
Baltimore (12-13) could welcome shortstop J.J. Hardy for his season debut Thursday. Hardy has been out with a strained left shoulder and manager Buck Showalter said it’s possible he could play in the series opener.
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