Tillman discuss his recent success, the Orioles playoff push and his future in the big leagues.
Since lefty Zach Britton struggled last Tuesday in Minnesota against the Twins, Baltimore starters have strung together five consecutive quality outings.
MLB Network’s Greg Amsinger called into the Haynie and Zinno Show to talk about the recent struggles of the Orioles, the Washington Nationals’ pitcher Stephen Strasburg, and his picks for the World Series.
The Orioles have lost seven of their last eleven games, but Amsinger cautions people about labeling this a bad year for the Orioles.
During the first 2 1/2 months of the Baltimore Orioles’ surprisingly successful season, sports writers from around the country descended upon Camden Yards to find out why a perennial loser was suddenly a contender in the AL East. The answer, manager Buck Showalter insisted, was not profound. He summed it up with one word: “Pitching.”
Dave talks about his son Steve & the Orioles starting pitching and expectations for the rest of the year.
Jason Hammel joins the show to talk about his first season with the Orioles.
Future Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz talks with Haynie and Zinno about pitching in today’s game, the future of O’s prospect Dylan Bundy and the Orioles in 2012.
Matt Lindstrom of the Baltimore Orioles talks about coming off the DL.
Rick Peterson joined the show to talk about the pitching in the Orioles minor league system & more.
The Orioles still have a hold on first place, and it will be on the line when the team they play the team with whom they are tied this weekend.
Matusz bounced back from a shaky spring debut, pitching four sharp innings as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Philadelphia Phillies 1-0 Saturday.
Baltimore’s Brian Matusz says he learned a lot from his struggles last season and is determined to regain the form that once made him one of baseball’s brightest young pitching prospects.