The Kansas City Royals have embraced the bloop, bunt and sacrifice fly all postseason.
After postponing game 3, O’s fans were ready and out in full force to root on their team Tuesday night. While the game didn’t go the Orioles’ way—again—fans are confident Wednesday’s game four is the day things will change.
Terry and Jason talked about the American League Championship Series, which NFL team will end up in Los Angeles, does Josh Hamilton even care if Angels fans hate him and the real important topics like Ramen noodles, baking soda and Desitin.
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.
Game 3 of the ALCS has been postponed.
Game 3 will now be Tuesday night, with two more games on deck in Kansas City — the second only if needed. And make no mistake the Orioles are desperate to play all of them.
Even after two disappointing games, Orioles fans won’t stop believing.
Orioles fans came to play and once again prove that they are crazy about the O’s.
Zach Britton and the Baltimore Orioles’ suddenly shaky bullpen sure picked a terrible time to lose consecutive home games for the first time since June.
All season, the Baltimore Orioles relied on a simple formula — hit more homers than the other guys and use a deep relief corps to outpitch them in the late innings. So much for that.
Game 1 of the American League Championship Series is here, and it’s turning into a real fight. The Orioles are facing the tough Kansas City Royals at Camden Yards.
J.J. Hardy can earn $54.8 million over four years in his new contract with the Baltimore Orioles.