Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie apologized on Twitter to the Orioles for wearing a T-shirt to his post-game news conference Tuesday night that read, “These O’s Ain’t Royal.”
A victory would send the Royals to their first World Series since their 1985 championship season, while Baltimore will look to stave off elimination with an eye toward becoming just the second of 34 teams to come back from a 3-0 hole.
The Kansas City Royals have embraced the bloop, bunt and sacrifice fly all postseason.
Game 3 of the ALCS has been postponed.
Game 3 will now be Tuesday night, with two more games on deck in Kansas City — the second only if needed. And make no mistake the Orioles are desperate to play all of them.
Even after two disappointing games, Orioles fans won’t stop believing.
All season, the Baltimore Orioles relied on a simple formula — hit more homers than the other guys and use a deep relief corps to outpitch them in the late innings. So much for that.
Game 1 of the American League Championship Series is here, and it’s turning into a real fight. The Orioles are facing the tough Kansas City Royals at Camden Yards.
Game day is upon us. The ALCS is just a few short hours away from getting started. The Orioles and their fans are excited and ready as the birds inch one step closer to the World Series.
The countdown is on. In less than 24 hours, the Orioles start their push to become American League champions and go on to the World Series.
On the verge of his first playoff series victory as a major league manager, Buck Showalter made another unusual move — and it worked.
The Kansas City Royals have traded infielder/outfielder Jimmy Paredes to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for cash considerations.