Baltimore Orioles pitcher Chris Tillman joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn, from Florida to break down the Orioles spring training.
The Baltimore Orioles won 93 games last year and went to the postseason for the first time in 15 years, taking the New York Yankees to a fifth game in the division series.
Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Jason Hammel joins Ed & Bob to talk about spring training and the upcoming season.
April 2nd can’t get here fast enough.
Manny Machado talks his first year with the Orioles and preparation for this season.
Orioles Infielder joins Ed & Steve to talk about some spring training
Spring training results aren’t terribly important to Mark Buehrle. After allowing four straight hits to the Baltimore Orioles in his second inning Sunday, the new Toronto Blue Jays left-hander said he wasn’t disappointed. In fact, everything went according to plan.
It doesn’t matter if it’s February or September, a couple of innings just to get the arm loose or a big-time start in a pennant race, Kevin Correia doesn’t want to come out of the game.
Last year was a magical season for the Baltimore Orioles and Chris Davis. It was the Orioles’ first postseason in 15 years, and many people cite the two innings Davis pitched in Boston last May in a 17-inning win as the most memorable.
Baltimore swimming sensation Michael Phelps takes a trip to sunny Florida to support the home team.
Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter puts it bluntly. He wants to move J.J. Hardy out of the second spot in the lineup. The Orioles shortstop is coming off his best year defensively — and a year he’d like to forget offensively.
Buck Showalter talks to the guys from Sarasota, FL. And talks about the Orioles progress so far this spring training.