Category Archive: Orioles

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Perched at the Yard: Dan and Matt bringing you all the news in Birdland + the WBC! NASCAR minute and movie minute as well!

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Dan, Matt, and Brad bring you all the news in Birdland and celebrate St. Patricks day with you on this weeks episode of Perched at the Yard

https://perchedattheyard.podbean.com/e/orioles-dan-matt-and-brad-celebrating-st-pattys-day-perched-at-the-yard-jan-16-2017/

Mar 13

Orioles sign Alvarez to a minor league deal

The Baltimore Orioles brought back one of their power hitters from last season Pedro Alvarez, the team announced today.  Alvarez will be coming back with a little bit of a twist, it is a minor league deal with incentives and he will be  an outfielder.

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Perched at the Yard: Discussing all the news in Birdland, + NASCAR minute and our newest segment movie minute!

http://perchedattheyard.podbean.com/?source=pb

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Watch: Davis' 19th homer

Aug 07

Orioles lineup 8/7/2014

The Baltimore Orioles play the Toronto Blue Jays in the final game of a three-game series.   The Orioles lost last night and could never get the bats going.  The Orioles only run came on Chris Davis’ 19th home run.  Here is the lineup. 

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Watch: Davis' 18th homer

Aug 06

Orioles lineup 8/6/2014

The Baltimore Orioles play the Toronto Blue Jays in the second game of a three-game series.  The Orioles beat the Blue Jays 9 to 3 last night, for the full recap check out Chris Moore’s game recap found here.  The Orioles bats are on a roll now and they are doing hitting against good pitching.  …

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Aug 06

A Mets and Yankees game plus the Orioles's stay in first place

I remarked to my boys that this was my third Mets Stadium. Of course, I’m an Orioles fan for life but took a trip when small to Old Polo Grounds to see the Mets play in 1963 or so. All I recall was Pirates outfielder Donn Clendenon hit a homer that hit a woman in …

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Aug 06

Numbers Are Not Everything

Before you go and say that your favorite prospect should be starting for the major league club, think about a few things first. Numbers like batting averages, slugging percentage and on-base percentage don’t always give someone a good inclination about how a prospect will do in the major leagues. Numbers aren’t everything.

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