As some Orioles got some time away from the game before starting the second of the season, it’s time to kick it in full gear. Last year the team was ten games over .500 coming out of the All-Star break. This season Buck’s Birds are 44-44, but only 3.5 back of the AL East leading Yankees.
“We don’t look at what somebody else is doing or can do until we do the things we can do and have done this year to be consistent,” said Orioles manager Buck Showalter. “We got like what 70 something games left, still a lot of baseball yet to be played and were engaged in the competition.”READ MORE: UMD Doctoral Candidate, Anat Kimchi, Stabbed To Death In Downtown Chicago