After falling out of first place during a 5-15 stretch, the Orioles hope to take another step forward by winning three straight for the first time since a four-game run from June 25-28.
With Kevin Gausman scheduled to be called up to start Wednesday’s game in New York and Buck saying that the team will NOT return to a short 6 man bullpen, it seems inevitable the Orioles are about to part with a position player.
Runs are at a premium in the Beltway, and with Jordan Zimmermann and Miguel Gonzalez pitching, that figures to remain the status quo Saturday night when the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles continue their series at Camden Yards.
The big news for the Orioles is the most recent release of Delmon Young and Dave Ginsburg, who covers the MLB for the Associated Press, joined the show to talk about it.
Jeremy is sad to see Delmon go but he’s also glad these roster move decisions are his to make.
After Monday’s 4-0 victory, the Orioles have won nine of 11, eight of 11 against the Phillies and 13 of 16 home games in interleague play.
It should be an entertaining weekend at Camden Yards as the Orioles hope to inch closer to first and get past .500 for the first time in over a month.
The Orioles began their draft by taking DJ Stewart out of Florida State with their first pick and according to O’s insider Steve Melewski, the O’s got the man they were looking at the entire […]
Phil talks with Vinny and Rob about everything from Wieters’ return to Nolan Reimold’s call up to ASG voting.
Orioles GM Dan Duquette joined Ed and Steve to talk about possible upcoming roster moves and the MLB draft.
About a month ago, as you walked through the Baltimore Orioles clubhouse, it just seemed that something wasn’t right. No, there wasn’t descension or anything but something was “off” a little.
The Orioles might have 30-32 legit candidates for the 25-man Opening day roster but it’s up to Buck and Dan to get it down to 25.