This Week In Baseball: It's Time For The DH In Both LeaguesThe debate over whether the DH should be implemented in all of baseball has come around again, this writer thinks it's time for a change.
Rob Long: Cruz-ingWhere would the Baltimore Orioles be without Nelson Cruz?
Sports Verdict: How Would You Change Baseball? Instant Replay Vs. Designated HitterWith several rule changes under consideration in MLB, two interesting prospects include expanding replay reviews in the game, and allowing the NL to exercise a DH option. If one were forced to choose either of these options, which would be best?
Steve Davis: MLB Must Make Up Its Mind On DHNow that the Orioles are involved in interleague play, and baseball is playing interleague play every day, MLB really does need to decide on whether to have the DH in both leagues or neither.
Popovec’s Ponderings On The BirdsThe Orioles' starting pitching in the 6th and 7th inning continue to squander leads and make it hard to win. Designated hitting continues to have their struggles as well.
Bob Haynie: Rich Dubroff Talks Baltimore BaseballAs the Baltimore Orioles continue their current nine game stretch at Camden Yards, Rich Durbroff from CSN Baltimore joined me to chat about the Birds.
Bob Haynie Talks Baltimore Baseball With Rich DubroffAs the Baltimore Orioles begin week two of the 2013 Major League baseball season, Rich Dubroff of CSN Baltimore joined me to talk about the Birds.
Steve Davis: Orioles Need Some 'O'By no means is it panic time. A 3 game losing streak is hardly a red flag. They had several of those last year and still went to the playoffs.
Orioles Acquire DH Jim Thome From The PhilliesThe Baltimore Orioles have acquired Jim Thome as a designated hitter from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for two minor league players-- right-handed pitcher Kyle Simon and catcher Gabriel Lino.
A Great Spring Training Trip105-7 THE FAN's Jerry Coleman has been covering the Orioles at Spring Training in Sarasota this week.
AP Source: Guerrero, Orioles Agree To DealFree-agent slugger Vladimir Guerrero has agreed to a one-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Friday.