ESPN's Eddie Matz Talks Orioles and NationalsESPN's Eddie Matz joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk Bryce Harper's struggles at the plate, the Orioles starting pitching problem and the chances of the Orioles potentially making a move at the trade deadline.
2016 NL East Preview: Can The Mets Be Beaten?Here's a look at the teams that will be standing in the Mets' way and a closer look at what the 2016 NL Champs have to offer.
Orioles Visit Slumping Marlins In MiamiHenderson Alvarez missed the last month of Mike Redmond's tenure as Miami Marlins manager, returning only to see Redmond be shown the door minutes after Alvarez's lackluster performance.
Bob Haynie: Orioles Creep Closer To .500 With Marlins LoomingWith a record of 18-20, the Orioles start a three-game series on Friday with the Marlins in Miami.
Scott Garceau: 2015 MLB Predictions (No Refunds)Scott gives his predictions for each division in the American League and National League.
Beltway World Series? Nats, O’s First to Clinch Respective DivisionsThe Baltimore-Washington corridor is experiencing a golden age for baseball, with both the Nationals and Orioles clinching their respective divisions on Tuesday night.
Rob Long: Offensive SurgeThanks to five runs combined in the seventh and eighth inning the Birds won 7-3 over the National League East's best team.
Bob Haynie: Revisiting My Preseason MLB PicksAs the post-All-Star Game portion of the season is about to begin, let's see how I'm doing up to this point.
Bob Haynie: 2014 National League PreviewPrior to last season, I picked the Washington Nationals to win the NL pennant. The Nats finished 86-76 and out of the playoffs. Will they redeem themselves in '14? Let's find out.
Bob Haynie: National League PicksOn Friday, I made my predictions for the upcoming American League baseball season. Now, it's time for the National League picks.
BLOG: NL East Preview & PredictionsAfter finishing the American League it's now time for me to make my way to the National League, and what better way to start than the NL East.