Robert Andino ignited a celebration on the field that gave us a glimmer back to the glory days of Orioles baseball.
Brian Matusz acknowledged that very little went right during his brief and ineffective performance against the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Baltimore Orioles had difficulty generating offense for starter Jeremy Guthrie, which was nothing unusual. The extent of Baltimore’s struggle at the plate on Saturday, however, was historic.
Rookie Zach Britton did his part to help Baltimore start the new season with three consecutive wins. Britton pitched six sharp innings in his major league debut, J.J. Hardy hit a two-run double and Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-1 on Sunday to complete a season-opening three-game sweep.
The Baltimore Orioles got their roster down to 25 today as they get ready for opening night Friday in Tampa Bay against the Rays.