Scott Garceau makes a case for four Orioles that should be considered, if not the top contenders, at their position for the AL All-Star team.
Each team and summer has these stories. Here are three from the Orioles summer of 2015.
The Toronto Blue Jays are next on the schedule for manager Buck Showalter’s team and they will faceoff at Rogers Centre.
There are five Orioles pitchers who are playing for big money in 2016.
Orioles relief pitcher Darren O’Day joined Ed and Steve to talk about the O’s season so far.
Spring training has kicked off and there has been a lot to talk about both on the field and off. Not much of it has been good.
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.
Chen gets the ball in Game 3. It’s time for a starting pitcher to give a lights out performance.
Enjoy this team right now because I have a feeling some of your favorites might not be back.
Kevin Gausman looks to help Baltimore stay hot. Gausman (7-7, 3.57 ERA) hasn’t won since Aug. 17, receiving a total of six runs of support while going 0-3 with a 3.26 ERA over his last five starts.
Prior to Dan Duquette, the Orioles had 14 straight losing seasons. Since he was hired, 3 straight winning seasons, and barring an epic collapse, two playoff years.