Starting pitching is going to have to be a positive factor for the Birds if they want to be a force in the AL East.
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.
Orioles agree with Ubaldo Jimenez; reports indicate that the deal is for four years and $50 million.
In 2013, Chris Tillman finally fulfilled the promise the Baltimore Orioles believed he had. Tillman rewarded the Orioles’ patience by winning 16 games and becoming an All-Star.
The biggest question heading into camp is who will handle the job of closer, an opening created by Executive Vice President Dan Duquette’s decision to trade Jim Johnson to Oakland rather than pay the right-hander top dollar as the reigning AL saves leader.
We all know that the Orioles have been relatively quiet with the big moves since the 2013 season came to an end and that has not gone over well with fans and media alike.
Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter joined Ed & Steve to talk about the upcoming off-season and the Orioles plans to have a better performance next season.
A Tuesday night, 3-2, 10-inning defeat to the Blue Jays, their sixth-straight loss, mathematically eliminated the Birds from postseason competition.
The Boston Red Sox clinched their first postseason berth since 2009, beating the Baltimore Orioles 3-1 Thursday night behind John Lackey’s two-hitter.
The Baltimore Orioles are struggling to come through in the clutch, and it’s putting their playoff hopes in an increasingly precarious position.
Who knows what’s in store for the Orioles in the final days of the 2013 season, but I do know this the Yankees came to town and ripped a chunk out of our baseball hearts.
Chris Tillman, Orioles starting pitcher, joins The Scott Garceau Show to breakdown his win last night against the Yankees in the opening game of their four game series.