Wei-Yin Chen wasn’t fooling anyone with his breaking ball, least of all Stephen Strasburg.
Adam Jones and Nick Markakis hit two-run homers and the Baltimore Orioles matched a season high with their fifth straight win, 6-5 over the Washington Nationals on Saturday night.
Nick Markakis homered into the second deck in right field to give the Baltimore Orioles a 2-1 win in 11 innings over the Washington Nationals on Friday night.
I believe for years that MASN has been trying to force this rivalry down our throat, but with both teams having success this year, I’m actually very intrigued by the match up.
With all due respect to the Braves, Phillies, Mets, Reds, Dodgers and Nats, Johnson will always be best known as a Baltimore Oriole.
Before the game, Davey Johnson joked that the Washington Nationals’ recent slump could be blamed on his rustiness. He hadn’t managed in spring training since 2001. After the Nationals lost 12-3 to the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday, Johnson wasn’t joking.
What was it like at Maryland after Len’s death?
Shoddy defense ended Washington’s eight-game winning streak.
Adam Jones sat in front of his locker, a huge bag of ice wrapped around his right shoulder and a look of disgust planted on his face. Although Jones homered Saturday, the Baltimore Orioles lost to the Washington Nationals 4-2 to fall a season-worst six games under .500 (31-37).
Nationals manager Jim Riggleman has been ejected in the first inning of Washington’s game against the Baltimore Orioles for arguing a call with home plate umpire Todd Tichenor.
Jeremy Guthrie pitched seven solid innings to win for the first time since opening day, and Nolan Reimold’s two-run homer keyed a four-run third inning as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Washington Nationals 8-3 on Saturday.
You can make a living shagging foul balls?