In his first game since April 17, Schoop made his presence felt in a big way at U.S. Cellular Field.
Jonathan Schoop homered in his first at-bat since coming off the disabled list and Miguel Gonzalez threw six solid innings as the Baltimore Orioles routed the Chicago White Sox 9-1 on Sunday.
The big news for the Orioles is the most recent release of Delmon Young and Dave Ginsburg, who covers the MLB for the Associated Press, joined the show to talk about it.
Jeremy is sad to see Delmon go but he’s also glad these roster move decisions are his to make.
I wrote a blog a few weeks back, where I said the Orioles were the best team in the AL East and that I believed they would make a run and eventually win the division.
Roch takes a break from arms and chest day to join the Vinny and Rob Show to give an update on the O’s as they come off a big series win in Beantown.
O’s insider for MASNSports.com, Steve Melewski, joined the show with updates on some of the Birds’ walking wounded — Adam Jones and Jonathan Schoop among them.
We are 62 games in right now. The Orioles are 31-31. Steve looks back at the eventful season so far.
There’s an old saying in sports that “Good teams find ways to win and bad teams find ways to lose.”
Jonathan Schoop homered to spark a five-run sixth inning, Chris Davis had three RBIs and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the New York Yankees 7-5 Wednesday night.
The Orioles are hoping they get the Cabrera from 2 years ago. He was an All Star, hit .283 and stole 37 bases.
Scott talks about the seemingly bogus projections that the Orioles will go from first to worst in the AL East.