The Orioles pitching held the Detroit Tigers at bay for 9 innings, then Tommy Hunter hit the mound and things went downhill from there.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter joined Ed and Steve to talk about where the Orioles are right now.
On Wednesday night, Tommy Hunter earned his 10th save of the season. He also made everyone with a rooting interest in the game sweat a little.
Jemile Weeks endured a month of bus rides in the minor leagues and a futile trip to Yankee Stadium before finally making his debut with the Baltimore Orioles. Now that he’s back in the majors, Weeks is playing as if he intends to stay.
Obviously, it is a no-brainer to say that it was quite the “Welcome to Baltimore” Opening Day for Nelson Cruz.
Orioles Hall of Fame pitcher and current analyst Jim Palmer joined Scott and Jeremy to give a last minute preview of the Orioles before Opening Day on Monday. Jonathon Schoop made the Opening Day roster, […]
Baltimore Orioles closer Tommy Hunter joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn as spring training is winding down. Scott was interested in asking the right hander if he thinks that spring training is too […]
Rich came on with Ed and Steve to discuss the Orioles’ Spring Training.
Baltimore Orioles pitcher Tommy Hunter joins Ed and Steve from Sarasota to give some insight on the Orioles off season and Spring Training.
Tommy Hunter has a strong arm, a wicked fastball and knows what it’s like to pitch with a one-run lead in the ninth inning.
The biggest question heading into camp is who will handle the job of closer, an opening created by Executive Vice President Dan Duquette’s decision to trade Jim Johnson to Oakland rather than pay the right-hander top dollar as the reigning AL saves leader.
We all know that the Orioles have been relatively quiet with the big moves since the 2013 season came to an end and that has not gone over well with fans and media alike.