After coming up short on their first attempt, the Texas Rangers should feel confident about clinching their first series win over the Baltimore Orioles in three years.
Zach Wilt with the Baltimore Sports Report joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to discuss some Orioles baseball.
The Orioles have won their previous seven series but dropped the opener only once. Monday’s game was their first without a home run in their last five as they lost for just the second time in their last 13 games against Texas.
Scott Garceau makes a case for four Orioles that should be considered, if not the top contenders, at their position for the AL All-Star team.
One of the Orioles most important things to cross of the “to do list” this off-season is to sign up Manny Machado long-term.
Texas has lost seven of their last eight while the Orioles have been on a tear of late, winning seven of their last eight for a league-best 18 wins since June 4.
There’s plenty of game balls worthy of being handed out after the Orioles swept the Indians with a pair of shutouts in the doubleheader.
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.
Kluber went 1-0 with a 0.61 ERA in his two starts against Baltimore last season and pitched seven scoreless innings in his lone game at Camden Yards on May 24.
Each team and summer has these stories. Here are three from the Orioles summer of 2015.
ESPN’s Dan Szymborski spoke with Scott & Jeremy to give his thoughts on the Orioles and the rest of the AL East.
Baltimore has gone 43-24 since, including eight wins in 11 games this year after Tuesday’s series-opening 6-4 victory, their sixth straight in the series.