Orioles Magic Continues As They Advance To 7-0The Baltimore Orioles are sprinkling their magic across Major League Baseball at the moment.
We Won't Stop: O's Fans Prepare For ALCS Game 3---Now Held Tuesday Gearing up for game three. Monday night, the Orioles will face the Kansas City Royals in the ALCS. This time, it'll be on their turf---but it will now be held Tuesday. Fans are hoping for a little Orioles magic as the Birds try to battle back and rally on the road.
Fans React To O's Clinching AL East TitleThe Orioles have clinched a spot in the playoffs!
Steve Davis: Orioles Could Be Top SeedNot to get ahead of ourselves, but the Orioles have the biggest divisional lead in baseball and an easy schedule over the next month.
Scott Garceau: Something Magic HappenedScott Garceau talks about the last week of Baltimore Orioles' baseball from the 60th Anniversary celebration to the Orioles dramatic play.
Bob Haynie: The Orioles Need To Start Winning At HomeAs the Birds hit Thursday's off-day, their record at Camden Yards stands at 18-18. That's mediocrity right there people.
Scott Garceau: Beantown Now O's TownIt seems like just yesterday Red Sox fans were strutting around Camden Yards like they owned the place.
Angela Showalter Takes A Look Back At The Orioles' Magical SeasonThe World Series is getting ready to start and even though the Orioles aren't there fans here are still talking about the team's amazing run to the playoffs.
Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012Don Scott and Marty Bass had "Coffee With" Lisa Whelchel and Michael Skupin about "Survivor." Ron Matz had "People Are Talking" about O's Magic!
The Oriole Way- That Hasn't Happened For The Longest Time105.7 The Fan's Rob Long is turning out to be quite the song writer. Last week, he brought us "Tebow and The Jets", now he has penned out his frustration over the Orioles' losing season after losing season. Words by Rob Long, Vocals and production by Maynard Edwards.
BLOG: Get Ready For Baltimore Baseball TonightThe 2011 Major League baseball season had begun and I can't be more excited. The Orioles may not be the favorites to win the American League East, but they are expected to be better than they have been in a long time. A summer of baseball fun is something this city has been hoping for since 1997.