July and the non-waiver portion of the Major League Baseball trade deadline has passed. I think it is fair to say that GM Dan Duquette and the Baltimore Orioles have been very proactive in trying to upgrade their roster.
Stephen Drew hit two homers, drove in five runs and scored three times to power the Boston Red Sox past the Baltimore Orioles 7-3 on Saturday night.
On Tuesday, the Baltimore Orioles made another move that they hope will strengthen their chances of getting back to the playoffs.
The newest Orioles pitcher, Scott Feldman, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn just one day after his best start with the Orioles so far.
The Baltimore Orioles got production from throughout their lineup, while Scott Feldman shut down the Kansas City Royals offense.
The Baltimore Orioles returned from the All-Star break in a big way.
I’ve got a few random thoughts leading into the final 66 games for our Baltimore Birds… Here they are:
Over that last 18 games, in which the Orioles are only 7-11, the O’s starter has pitched deeper into the game than his counterpart on the other team just 4 times.
A week ago, the New York Yankees came to Camden Yards for a three-game series and got swept by the Baltimore Orioles.
The Baltimore Orioles optioned infielder Danny Valencia to Triple-A Norfolk to make room for Wednesday night’s starter Scott Feldman.
Baltimore Baseball Tonight Host and former Orioles General Manager Jim Duquette joined the Scott Garceau Show to talk about the Scott Feldman trade and the effect it could have on the Orioles starting rotation. The […]
I like the trade for Scott Feldman. He should help the Orioles. This isn’t a barnburner, but it should make them better.