Michael Saunders homered in his first at-bat since he was activated from the disabled list and Joe Saunders pitched his eighth career complete game to lead the Seattle Mariners to a 6-2 win against the Baltimore Orioles on Monday night.
Yeah, I’m a geek, I know. That’s one of the songs that would play at Memorial Stadium. I would get to the stadium about two hours early on Sundays and would hear that song.
Now that’s a Pick to Click. In your face Conn!
Matt Wieters hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 10th inning and the Baltimore Orioles withstood four solo homers by the Tampa Bay Rays in a 10-6 victory Thursday night.
Manny did deliver. He hit a shot over the Green Monster to complete a five run ninth.
You know you are excited about the upcoming baseball season when you print out the Spring Training schedule and make it a point to watch and or listen to as many Grapefruit Games as possible as was the case with yours truly.
We’ve seen in the past, Wieters is in charge of his contract situation. Hopefully, this is still the case.
During the aftermath of the Orioles opening day victory over the Tampa Rays, Glenn reflected on the game and what it really means that baseball is back.
The Tampa Bay Rays and Baltimore Orioles embrace heightened expectations that accompany success within the rugged AL East, which again figures to be one of the most balanced divisions in baseball.
Vance Worley could end up starting for the Minnesota Twins on opening day. If he does, he’ll have to pitch better than he has this spring to justify the assignment.
Matt Wieters homered and drove in five runs, Conor Jackson connected twice and the Baltimore Orioles beat a Philadelphia Phillies split squad 12-3 on Sunday.
Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter puts it bluntly. He wants to move J.J. Hardy out of the second spot in the lineup. The Orioles shortstop is coming off his best year defensively — and a year he’d like to forget offensively.