Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter was encouraged by what he saw in Brian Matusz’s return to the majors, even if the results haven’t changed all that much.
The Baltimore Orioles are tumbling their way to the All-Star break. Boston added to the Orioles’ defensive woes with six home runs, including three straight in the seventh as the Red Sox pulled away for a 10-4 win on Thursday night.
Zach Britton felt as though he pitched well enough to win. The Orioles’ left-hander would have been in line to do just that, too, had it not been for a mistake by a fellow rookie.
Losing weight and curing disease all naturally. That’s the promise of a new training method that’s just come to Maryland.
Jeremy Guthrie pitched well enough against the Minnesota Twins to brag about his performance. Instead, the Baltimore Orioles right-hander ended up talking about his shortcomings, and an even better outing by the opposing pitcher, following a 3-1 loss Thursday night.
The Baltimore Orioles weren’t going to go unbeaten this season anyway, so after their first loss they turned their sights toward more realistic goals.
The Maryland Jockey Club says it can break even this year, but only if a proposed state loan clears the General Assembly by April 11.
The Minnesota Twins battered Baltimore starter Brian Matusz with their anticipated opening day lineup, beating the Orioles 5-2 on Wednesday night.
Ricky Cadell scored 20 points, including the decisive three points in the final 23 seconds, and St. Francis (N.Y.) recovered from blowing a double-digit lead in time to defeat Mount St. Mary’s 63-60 Thursday night.
Tyler Murray scored 16 points and Wagner hit four free throws in the final 1.4 seconds to defeat Mount St. Mary’s (Md.) 70-65 on Saturday night.
Larry Jackson scored 18 points and Avery Moore added 17 to lead Florida A&M over Maryland-Eastern Shore 63-55 on Saturday night.
Shenise Johnson scored 30 points and No. 20 Miami beat No. 12 Maryland 83-75 on Thursday night.