The Orioles have drifted so far off the back burner they’re off the stove. That said, tip of the cap to Jeremy Guthrie.
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.