It was heavenly night for a pitcher who’s had a hellish season. Yes, that Ubaldo Jimenez was very good and got the pennant clinching win as the O’s punched their post-season dance card. The unlikely […]
I received a text this morning indicating that the Baltimore Orioles have a chance to clinch the division at home for the first time since 1969.
For the Birds, this is tough because they are already minus some key pieces to a team that is getting closer and closer to winning the AL East for the first time since 1997.
It can wait. Those are the words being enforced to a group of local teens when it comes to texting and driving.
Chris Davis hasn’t helped compensate for the offensive or defensive loss at third base, as he’s slumping on both sides of the ball.
“He’s been very inconsistent. That’s the best way to put it,” said Coleman. “They just need to hope that he trends upward soon and maybe that he makes some place at third as well.”
Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph joined Ed and Steve to talk about his recent hot streak of hitting home-runs and the upcoming series with the Yankees.
Caleb Joseph’s smashing success with the Orioles is one of Baltimore’s best stories in the summer of ‘14.
Against all logic, the Baltimore Orioles stand alone atop the AL East at the All-Star break for the first time since 1997.
The Athletics have some incentive for an AL victory in the All-Star game; since 2003, the winner’s league gets to start the World Series at home, and 23 of the last 28 titles were won by teams scheduled to host four of a possible seven games.
The 1st place Orioles once again are well represented at the All-Star game with the league high 3 players getting the bid to go in 2014.
At this time last week, I was writing about the Baltimore Orioles losing three of four games to the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards and how the 11-game home stand was not going as planned.
The trade that put Jeff Samardzija on a postseason contender cost him a chance to pitch in his first All-Star game.