After starting their 10-game stretch at Camden Yards with a 5-1 record, the Baltimore Orioles ended the homestand with a massive thud.
The Minnesota Twins entered this series at Baltimore spiraling out of contention in the AL wild-card race. That’s changed dramatically.
Tillman has come on strong since June 28, going 4-0 with a 2.13 ERA while giving up two runs or fewer seven times in eight starts.
Wei-Yin Chen (7-6, 3.20) has an opportunity to win three consecutive starts for the first time this year after allowing three runs over 13 1-3 innings in his last two.
The Birds have three games remaining against the Twins and it would behoove them to win at least two out of the three.
Every once in a while, Miguel Gonzalez looks like the pitcher who won 30 games over the previous three seasons.
Miguel Gonzalez (9-8, 4.42 ERA) seeks his first victory in five starts for Baltimore against Tyler Duffey (1-1, 6.75), who rebounded from a rough major league debut with an excellent performance.
The Orioles bats found themselves in the red after getting shutout in Oakland, Travis Snider in particular.
With MLB teams nearing game 100 on the schedule we’ve had a good chunk of hardball to analyze the 2015 field. It would downright boring if everybody was average but that’s not the way this […]
The market was in the red today, just like the Orioles with runners in scoring position in their 8-3 loss to the Twins.
Baltimore ranks among the AL leaders in runs, batting average and slugging percentage, but that hasn’t been apparent recently.
ESPN.com baseball writer, Jerry Crasnick, joined the Vinny and Rob Show to discuss the upcoming baseball season.