Steve Pearce homered and scored twice to help Wei-Yin Chen earn his ninth victory, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Washington Nationals 4-3 on Thursday night for their eighth win in 10 games.
Bud Norris might have struggled against the Washington Nationals under any circumstance.
Kubatko, along with most other local media members, have begun to consider the Orioles not just legitimate playoff contenders, but AL East champions. “It’s there for the taking. You wonder if that makes them go for a bold move, or just stick with what they have,” Kubatko said.
The Orioles, however, are not in the same wait-and-see mode as an organization. Ideally, they’d also like to trade for a big name pitcher much like their cross-country rivals, but may not have the talent in the minors to do so.
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The Baltimore Orioles and right-hander Bud Norris were forced to put their hot streaks on hold after rain postponed their game against the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night.
Another pitcher for the Orioles, Ubaldo Jimenez does have the talent but finding that strike zone has caused the 30 year old some trouble. Wallace says that he is “a great young guy but he is trying to do a little more than what he is capable of. He needs to relax.”
The Nationals have a great bull pen right and now and great pitching staff. Ladson says the Nats have “the best rotation,” he has ever covered. The “best rotation” he has ever covered.
A top prospect, Addison Russell, a young 20 year old short stop plays for the Chicago Cubs is apparently
one of the best according to Keith Law. Of course, he is a great short stop, has a nice swing, and has a good approach at the plate. The Cubs have some moving around with the amount of infielders that they have.
The longest, no doubt, crushed ball home runs in Oriole Park’s history. Home runs that would be a home run in any ballpark in MLB.
Chris Davis snapped a lengthy slump with a tiebreaking homer in the 11th inning, part of a six-run uprising that carried the Baltimore Orioles past the Washington Nationals 8-2 on Monday night.
Orioles’ Relief Pitcher Brad Brach Joins Scott And Jeremy To Discuss His Performance Against The Red Sox On Sunday
Brach, 4-0 this season with a 2.37 ERA, earned the win on Sunday after striking out four of Boston’s batters in three innings of work.