The Orioles announced they have made a qualifying offer to Nelson Cruz.
We are Baltimore. And we don’t like you.
It’s not always the two best teams in the World Series but these two are the best teams in mid-October and that’s what matters.
The team is set to return to Baltimore later this Thursday night.
It would be a shame if the Baltimore Orioles allowed their final four games to overshadow what they accomplished during the previous 165.
Losing in the ALCS is never fun. But knowing that you’ll be back keeps the sky from falling.
With more dominant defense, an opportunistic offense that plated two runs in the first inning and a bullpen that shut down the Baltimore Orioles once again, Greg Holland and the Kansas City Royals wrapped up a sweep of the AL Championship Series with a 2-1 victory on Wednesday.
It’s a must-win game in Kansas City. The O’s are down three games to none in the American League Championship series, but fans are holding out hope that the team can turn the series around.
Adam from Owings Mills teams up with Jason La Canfora.
Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie apologized on Twitter to the Orioles for wearing a T-shirt to his post-game news conference Tuesday night that read, “These O’s Ain’t Royal.”
With the Orioles still ensconced in the playoffs, it seems the team will likely have to make one-year calls on both players, and word is the team plans to extend a $15.3 million qualifying offer to Cruz, but decline Markakis’ $17.5 million option.
A victory would send the Royals to their first World Series since their 1985 championship season, while Baltimore will look to stave off elimination with an eye toward becoming just the second of 34 teams to come back from a 3-0 hole.