The Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals are both in the ALCS, with unlikely sweeps in their respective ALDS matchups.
The Orioles, with a dramatic comeback in the 8th inning, defeat the Tigers at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore. The Birds lead the series 2-0.
Facing the Tigers’ rotation is daunting given the fact they have the last three Cy Young winners on staff but it may not be as difficult for the Orioles as most other teams.
Finally!!!!! It’s almost here. The American League Division Series gets between the Orioles and the Tigers gets cooking Thursday afternoon.
With the Orioles, Zach Britton was struggling for a while but seems to find his nitch. Although Kapler was pushing for O’Day, he says that “Britton has stepped up beautifully.” The issue with Baltimore right now is that they do not have anyone to really depend on for the top of the rotation. They need some guys to depend on especially in the post season.
The baseball season is revving up and things are starting to get interesting and not just on the field. In this week’s That Thing You Missed a baseball announcer makes a Royal Mistake, Justin Verlander can’t keep his eye on the ball, one fan blows it big time with this date and a Casanova is conceived.
The same officiating crew that ejected Bud Norris after hitting Torii Hunter had a change of heart when Justin Verlander blatantly threw at Nelson Cruz.
CBS Local Sports breaks down the top starting pitchers for your fantasy baseball draft.
by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here. In this week’s That Thing You Missed another one bites the dust at a sporting event, the best strikeout call ever, and what does Derrick Rose have in common with Willie Robertson from […]
After homering off Justin Verlander for the third time this month, Baltimore’s J.J. Hardy was at a loss for words.
If you’re fantasy baseball draft hasn’t happened already, it’s going to be happening soon. Here’s a look at the top five players at each position.
Coming into the 2012 season, Matt Moore was likely the most-hyped pitching prospect in baseball – not without good reason.