According to the website Rantsports.com, the folks in Las Vegas don’t think that the Baltimore Orioles will duplicate their magical season of 2012.
Nick Markakis talks last years team and how they’re motivated for more this year.
The Baltimore Orioles made the playoffs in 2012. That was the first time the franchise had achieved postseason success in 15 years.
Baltimore Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis has had his broken left thumb examined and it was determined that surgically inserted pins will remain in place for another week.
It took 14-years of losing and lots of bad front office moves, but the Baltimore Orioles have finally reached the post-season. As a fan, it’s been frustrating to watch guys like Deivi Cruz and David […]
While the city continues to debate over whether the Baltimore Ravens were screwed by the NFL officials or not, the Baltimore Orioles won another game in the midst of the American League play-off push. The […]
Baltimore Oriole Glove Glove right fielder and lead-off hitter Nick Markakis goes down with a wrist injury on Saturday against the New York Yankees. Jason Hammel leaves the game early on Tuesday with knee soreness. […]
This is a good time to be a fan of the local teams. The Baltimore Ravens kick-off the 2012 season on Monday Night Football against the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium and the O’s […]
Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis will be out for at least six weeks with a broken left thumb, the result of being hit by a pitch from New York Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia.
Chris Tillman took a three-hitter into the seventh inning, Chris Davis homered and drove in four runs, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 Thursday to avoid a three-game sweep.
Stay or go? Too fast to stop!
During the first 2 1/2 months of the Baltimore Orioles’ surprisingly successful season, sports writers from around the country descended upon Camden Yards to find out why a perennial loser was suddenly a contender in the AL East. The answer, manager Buck Showalter insisted, was not profound. He summed it up with one word: “Pitching.”