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.
The big news for the Orioles is the most recent release of Delmon Young and Dave Ginsburg, who covers the MLB for the Associated Press, joined the show to talk about it.
Jeremy is sad to see Delmon go but he’s also glad these roster move decisions are his to make.
Roch takes a break from arms and chest day to join the Vinny and Rob Show to give an update on the O’s as they come off a big series win in Beantown.
(AP) — Eduardo Rodriguez was initially called up by the Boston Red Sox to give the rotation some relief in the midst of a grueling stretch. Through two outings, he’s made quite the case to […]
The question was asked: When is it not too early to start panicking?
There’s an old saying in sports that “Good teams find ways to win and bad teams find ways to lose.”
Tillman (2-7) gave up six runs, five earned, and nine hits in 4 2-3 innings. He kept the Orioles close until the fifth, when the Rays mounted a four-run uprising with two outs.
Steve wonders if this is just a collective slump for Orioles hitters, or just an offensively challenged team.
In what was believed to be the first major league game played without fans in attendance, Chris Davis hit a three-run homer in a six-run first inning Wednesday and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Chicago White Sox 8-2.
The Baltimore Orioles are yet to win a game in which they’ve scored fewer than four runs, and while their concerns on the mound can’t be ignored, there’s another reason they haven’t yet won a pitchers’ duel.
Another game at Tropicana Field is great news for the Orioles, who seek to complete their second season-opening sweep there in five years Wednesday night.