There are a few goals remaining for the Orioles as they fall out of the playoff race. Keep trying to win as many games as ...
by: Jon Meoli — The Baltimore Sun 22 Sep
The roster churn of the past week has started what’s going to be a fascinating stretch of moves for the team, which has a crowded roster as it is and must protect who it needs to.
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 21 Sep
My most unusual season of covering baseball is over. For the final six Oriole games, I’ll join you in watching them on television. I saw 45 games, more than I anticipated because three games scheduled to be played in Miami and Tampa Bay were...
by: Kristen Bentley — Fansided: Birds Watcher 19 Sep
The Baltimore Orioles pitching staff continues to change as Mike Elias keeps making moves. The latest Baltimore Orioles moves include bringing up rookie fr...
by: Charles Boemmel Jr. — Orioles Hangout 18 Sep
Tampa Bay became the third team to make the playoffs, joining the Chicago White Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers, following their sweep of the double-header with the Orioles. Game one, won by the Rays 3-1, saw Dean Kremer (5.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 3 BB, 6 K)
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 18 Sep
BALTIMORE—It was a night Ellicott City’s Bruce Zimmermann will remember, even if he wishes the outcome had turned out differently. Zimmermann had his contract purchased from the Bowie alternate site, and the rookie left-hander had a rough debut in...
by: Metro US — Metro News 18 Sep
Brett Gardner, DJ LeMahieu, and Luke Voit homered in a span of three pitches in the fourth inning, and the New York Yankees became the seventh team in baseball history to homer five times in an inning during a 10-7 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays...
Orioles lose to Rays, 10-6, swept in doubleheader as Ellicott City’s Bruce Zimmermann makes first career start
by: Jon Meoli — The Baltimore Sun 18 Sep
The 25-year-old left-hander became the 12th Maryland native to start a game for the Orioles in Thursday night’s 10-6 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards.
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 18 Sep
The firsts began to pile up for Orioles pitcher Bruce Zimmermann in the first inning. His first pitch in the majors, a 92 mph fastball ...
by: Joe Trezza — MLB: Orioles 17 Sep
Across his almost two years as Orioles manager, Brandon Hyde has never had a true closer. Instead, he’s shown a preference to play the hot hand in high-leverage situations, trusting in different moments the bullpen arm who happens to be throwing best.
by: Charles Boemmel Jr. — Orioles Hangout 16 Sep
A day after scoring 14 runs, the Orioles were held scoreless for 8.1 innings by Atlanta pitching. A Cedric Mullins double in the 9th followed by a Mark Melancon wild pitch allowed the Baltimore centerfielder to score on a Jose Iglesias fielder’s...
by: Jon Meoli — The Baltimore Sun 16 Sep
An Orioles offense that scored 14 runs Monday night looked a lot more like the one that managed to score just three times in the previous four games.
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