Jeremy Guthrie allowed three hits over seven innings and matched a career high with 10 strikeouts, leading the Baltimore Orioles past the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 Wednesday night.
Jeremy Guthrie pitched three-hit ball for seven innings, Vladimir Guerrero and Nick Markakis each drove in a run.
I , like all Orioles fans , was heartbroken and stunned to hear the news about the passing of 1979 Cy Young Award winner Mike Flanagan at the age of 59.
Miguel Cabrera homered in a five-run sixth inning that featured six consecutive two-out hits, and the Detroit Tigers rallied to beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5.
Jeremy Guthrie made one thing clear to any playoff contenders pondering a deal for him: He can help. The same could be said for Derrek Lee and Koji Uehara, too.
Jeremy Guthrie pitched well enough to win, yet all he got for his seven-inning effort was his major-league high 14th loss.
Trade him now!! I don’t mean immediately, but I do mean aggressively pursue a deal.
ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian gives Vinny and Kenny his views on the Orioles.
Jeremy Guthrie — one of the nicest guys I think anyone of us in the media have ever had to deal with — and probably the one player we all wish had more success… personal […]
I was hoping the Baltimore Orioles would use the All Star break as a change to recharge their batteries and come out fighting, but it looks like that case of terrible they caught is still lingering.
I said the O’s would not compete this year and Andy MacPhail didn’t make the right moves to help this club, but I honestly didn’t think it would be this bad. I actually picked them to win 83 games and finish a hair over .500, but it’s apparent that is not going to happen.
How frustrated are you all with the offense, particularly the lack of production with runners in scoring position?