Was that Rays game Tuesday a joke or what? Over 3 & a half hours? In a 4-2 Baltimore win? Geez. What a grind! Can someone tell Joe Madden they can roll over now? Don’t […]
The Baltimore Orioles are pulling away in the AL East, but extending their winning ways Friday night could be a tall order against Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber, the hottest starting pitcher in baseball.
The home run heroics gave the Birds a sweep of the rain-shortened two-game series against the Yanks and extended their lead in the American League East to a season-high 7.5 games.
Adversity is something all teams, even championship teams face, but you would think Manny Machado is one of the last players could afford to lose.
The first place Baltimore Orioles took on the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night in the start of a three-game series against the team closest to them in AL East.
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The AL East-leading Orioles (55-44) have a major league-best 122 home runs, and they’ve used the long ball and solid pitching to claim back-to-back 4-2 victories in the first two of this three-game set.
As for newcomers to the Baysox’ roster, Kendall’s team will see a familiar face tomorrow night, as Bud Norris makes another start in the minors.
“We’re happy to have him, and hopefully it’s a step in the right direction to get him back up here the Orioles.”
Kendall also believes his own team will draw some positives out of Norris returning.
“There’s a good chance that Walker has played behind bud Norris in a spring training game, so there’s not that lack of familiarity, which is great,” Kendall said.
Hiroki Kuroda (6-6, 4.20 ERA) vs. Miguel Gonzalez (4-5, 4.22 ERA). First Pitch is at 7:05pm.
Rick Dempsey called the orioles series against Tampa disspointing
Down to their final out, things were looking bleak for the Baltimore Orioles in Milwaukee on Monday afternoon against the Brewers. Then lightening struck…
Jonathan Schoop hit two home runs and newly acquired Nick Hundley singled in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning as the Baltimore Orioles rallied past the Milwaukee Brewers 7-6 on Monday.