The Baltimore Orioles may lack a marquee name at the top of their rotation, but Chris Tillman has developed into one of baseball’s most consistent starters.
The Baltimore Orioles haven’t been in jeopardy of losing their big division lead, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t feeling better after snapping their road losing streak.
Orioles Manager Buck Showalter joined Ed and Steve to talk about his first place team.
But don’t worry our Baltimore Birds are talked about as Scott ask’s Danny about the Orioles new pitching coach Dave Wallace.
On a night in which they committed three errors, their starting pitcher walked six in five innings and they went 0 for 6 with runners in scoring position, the Baltimore Orioles still managed to earn a monumental 3-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
Well, getting drilled by the Red Sox 13-2 is not exactly how the Baltimore Orioles needed to start their big nine-game road trip.
While it may not be realistic to visit every single stadium in the country, one solution is to select a few stadiums whose legacies are forever etched in time and featured some of the biggest cultural icons in the history of American sports.
Baltimore manager Buck Showalter said that Thursday’s starting pitcher Chris Tillman and another teammate were in a very minor accident en route to Fenway Park for the Orioles’ game against the Boston Red Sox.
It seems like just yesterday Red Sox fans were strutting around Camden Yards like they owned the place.
The O’s have just completed a road trip that included a five-game winning streak. That winning streak came against the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.
The Baltimore Orioles are enjoying their recent wins — and the way they’re shaking up the playoff race.