David Lough joined Terry and Jeremy to talk about his role on the team.
With Kevin Gausman scheduled to be called up to start Wednesday’s game in New York and Buck saying that the team will NOT return to a short 6 man bullpen, it seems inevitable the Orioles are about to part with a position player.
Jeremy is sad to see Delmon go but he’s also glad these roster move decisions are his to make.
Baltimore has gone 43-24 since, including eight wins in 11 games this year after Tuesday’s series-opening 6-4 victory, their sixth straight in the series.
David Lough hit a three-run homer in Baltimore’s four-run second inning and the Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 6-4 on Tuesday night, their 12th win in 15 games.
(AP) — The red-hot Baltimore Orioles can seemingly do no wrong during their best stretch of the season. Nothing is going right for a Philadelphia Phillies team that’s on the cusp of its longest losing […]
The question was asked: When is it not too early to start panicking?
Oriole Hall of Famer and MASN analyst, Rick Dempsey, joined Rob today to breakdown an eventful weekend for the Birds.
Steve Melewski from MSANSports.com joined Sports Rehab to talk Orioles baseball and the injuries situation as Spring Training winds down.
The Orioles might have 30-32 legit candidates for the 25-man Opening day roster but it’s up to Buck and Dan to get it down to 25.
The real questions are about the corners and who should be starting on a consistent basis.
Baltimore Orioles outfielder David Lough joined Ed and Steve to talk about the upcoming season.