Scott Garceau talks about the last week of Baltimore Orioles’ baseball from the 60th Anniversary celebration to the Orioles dramatic play.
Josh Hart needed a history lesson at spring training.
It would be a shame if the Orioles don’t make the playoffs, because they will then waste one of the greatest offensive seasons in team history, and certainly one of those epic seasons.
When Chris Davis (a.k.a. Deputy) launched his 46th homer all the way to Eutaw Street Wednesday night he joined some special company. Number 46 tied Deputy with Jim Gentile for third place on the all-time Orioles single season HR list.
Last year Chris Davis hit 33 Homers and knocked in 85 runs. Now as an everyday player, he has a great chance to build upon those numbers.
Like with most great players, Ray will have some critics, but we all witnessed greatness in the making and now, that it appears to be over, we can say he was ours and ours only.
There’s a new attraction at Camden Yards. The big reveal brought out some big names and lots of loyal fans.
The Baltimore Orioles will present replicas of the six Hall of Fame sculptures of players to be recognized during the Orioles Legends Celebration Series.