With the Red Sox and Dodgers both finishing the season atop their division with 90+ wins, which of these two has the best chance to finish the season as champions?
Craig Calcaterra, sportswriter for HardballTalk at NBC, joined the Norris and Davis Show on Baltimore’s 105-7 THE FAN Tuesday morning to discuss the upcoming trade deadline and any potential moves the Orioles could make. Calcaterra […]
MATT SNYDER JOINED MARK ZINNO ON THE GLENN YOUNES SHOW TO TALK BASEBALL.
The weather is getting warmer and so are teams throughout the bigs! You’re starting to see some distance by the division leaders. Here is this week’s 6-4-3. Top 6 Rangers – giving up the fewest […]
J.J. Hardy remembers his first spring batting practice session with the Baltimore Orioles last February, when he stepped into the batter’s box and started spraying line drives to the opposite field.
Well it’s about time we heard some baseball-related news in Baltimore. Regardless of the source, the player, or the rumor, it’s nice to hear fans talking about something besides the return of the Oriole cartoon bird, that in my opinion, has gotten more play than necessary.
The way this team played down the stretch, winning six out of their final 10 games of the season, was a lot of fun. They added a play-off feel for baseball to this town because they did not roll over and die for contenders.
The Baltimore Orioles are enjoying their recent wins — and the way they’re shaking up the playoff race.
Both David Ortiz and Kevin Gregg will start their suspensions tonight at Camden Yards where the Orioles will host the Red Sox for the next three days.
Red Sox slugger David Ortiz and Baltimore pitcher Kevin Gregg were suspended four games and fined on Thursday for their parts in a July 8 bench-clearing brawl.
Fans stood and cheered John Lackey only five days after another Fenway Park crowd booed Boston’s struggling starter following his worst performance in a Red Sox uniform.
Baltimore’s pre-All Star road trip could hardly look any worse. After the buzz of a benches-clearing brawl one night earlier, the Orioles’ bats fell silent in a 4-0 loss to the Red Sox on Saturday night.