Category Archive: Orioles

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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Aug 06

Joseph on a power surge

When the Baltimore Orioles placed Matt Wieters on the disabled list they made a tough decision to call up Caleb Joseph and option Steve Clevenger. Joseph had never played at the Major League level and looked lost swinging the bat. Joseph did however play outstanding defense and really helped turn the Orioles starting pitching around.

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Watch: Joseph's sixth homer

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Watch: Schoop's ninth homer

Aug 06

Baltimore's Bats Come Alive in 9-3 Victory Over Toronto

The Baltimore Orioles beat the Toronto Blue Jays 9-3 Tuesday night to extend their division lead over their Canadian foes to five games. Bud Norris picked up the victory for the O’s, as the Oriole starter threw 5 1/3 innings, giving up 7 hits, 2 ER, 2 walks, and striking out 6 batters. While the …

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Aug 05

Young up Pearce on the bench?

The Baltimore Orioles have a lot of similar hitters, Nelson Cruz, Steve Pearce and Delmon Young are all right handed outfielders with power bats and limited defensive skills. I have gone over each players strengths and weaknesses before.

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Watch: Markakis' tenth homer

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Watch: Joseph's fifth homer

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