After the Baltimore Orioles beat the Chicago White Sox 4-3 Wednesday night, Nelson Cruz said he was more focused on the team than any personal accomplishments.
Momentum is building in the Baltimore Orioles’ playoff push. Right now, the Orioles hold their biggest division lead in 17 years and the first of the Birds’ playoff game tickets are officially in the mail.
Jose Abreu’s home run broke a 67 at-bat homerless streak for the rookie slugger, but it was not enough to spark a stagnant White Sox offense.
Limited to three hits over seven innings, the Baltimore Orioles turned to their reliable, standard weapon — the home run — to pull out a comeback victory over the New York Yankees.
The Baltimore Orioles spent much of Tuesday waiting out a steady rain and awaiting the results of an MRI on the right knee of third baseman Manny Machado.
Wei-Yin Chen’s career-best winning streak came to a close against the only AL East team he’s never beaten.
Three solo blasts gave Baltimore the major league lead in home runs, and helped the Orioles extend their lead atop the American League East.
Caleb Joseph homered and drove in three runs, J.J. Hardy had four hits and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Washington Nationals 7-3 on Monday night in a duel between neighboring first-place teams.
For much of the first half of the season, the Baltimore Orioles were selective and cautious with their use of rookie Kevin Gausman.
Sonny Gray struck out eight to win his fifth consecutive decision, and the Oakland Athletics pounded the Baltimore Orioles 10-2 on Sunday.
Adam Jones wasn’t all that impressed with matching his career high for RBIs. The veteran outfielder was more concerned with the runners he and his Baltimore teammates left on base.
Manny Machado silenced the boos in Oakland with one swing. Josh Donaldson ignited the roars with another.