Category Archive: Orioles

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Watch: Jones’ 25th homer

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Watch: Joseph’s ninth homer

Sep 13

Orioles lineup 9/13/2014

Tweet The Baltimore Orioles play the New York Yankees in a mid September series.  The Orioles beat the Yankees in both games in yesterday’s double header.  The Orioles magic number is now down to five.  Here is the lineup. 

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Sep 12

Goodbye Mr. Davis; Sweeping the Bosox

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Tweet Nice to wake up today to see that the Orioles lost Chris Davis for the season. Yes that’s sarcasm. Sure, he’s been a flop for most of the year, but his homers certainly have been effective. What else could go wrong for this team that is running away with the AL East? First we …

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Sep 12

Orioles Lineup: 9/12/2014 Game One

Tweet The Baltimore Orioles play the New York Yankees in the first game of a doubleheader. The Yankees are all but out of it and the Orioles can really finish them off this series. The Orioles will be without Chris Davis, who will begin serving his 25-game suspension. Here is the lineup:

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Sep 12

Davis Suspended 25 Games

Tweet The Baltimore Orioles have lost another key member of their team. Chris Davis has been suspended 25 games, including the post season, effective immediately. Davis, who did not have an exemption this season, tested positive for Adderall – which he has used in the past.

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Sep 11

Is Pedroia Quitting on the Red Sox?

Tweet The Boston Red Sox are eliminated from the playoffs. Recently, the Red Sox shut down one of their few remaining leaders in Dustin Pedroia, due to wrist and hand soreness – surely something he could play through if the Red Sox were in the hunt. ┬áRegardless, Pedroia will get surgery and be out for …

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Sep 11

Watch: De Aza’s second homer

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Sep 11

Watch: De Aza’s first Orioles homer

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Watch: Cruz’s 38th homer

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