May 14

Orioles lineup and Gausman added officially

200px-Kevin_Gausman_(cropped)The Baltimore Orioles play the Detroit Tigers in the final game of the three game series. The Orioles lost last night four to one after Tommy Hunter blew the save. Hunter now has a 6.60 era for the season and has yet to have a clean inning.

I will at the game today and then finishing off a meeting about a partnership with Charles Village Pub in Towson.  I should have some major announcements tonight regarding the website.  Giving you all a sneak peak, the partnership will include prizes, merchandize, events, discounts and specials for the faithful readers.

Kevin Gausman is starting for the Orioles he has been officially recalled. Here is the Orioles press release. It is short and sweet.

 

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Watch: Jones’ solo homer versus the Tigers

May 14

Orioles option Guilmet

The a Baltimore Orioles have optioned Preston Guilmet to Triple-A Norfolk.   Guilmet was only with the Orioles for a short time and Kevin Gausman is going to take his place tomorrow.  Gausman is starting tomorrow for the Orioles.

Guilmet has closed four games for the Tides.  Read the rest of this entry »

May 14

Gortat, Wall lead Wizards past the Pacers

imageWhen Otto Porter, Kevin Seraphin,  and Garrett Temple are on the court in a playoff game, you know you are doing something right. The score does not tell the whole story, but it definitely tells over the second half. The Wizards brought a six point lead into halftime after turning the ball over 8 times in the first quarter alone. John Wall had  10 points and 5 turnovers at the half, but a big man made up for his big woes. Read the rest of this entry »

May 14

Have a Night Caleb Joseph!

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First major league hit and 3-3 in throwing out baserunners? It’s safe to say Caleb Joseph is having a night to remember!

May 14

Why The Oriole’s Are Winning, Part 4

The Original Angry Bird

The Original Angry Bird

Part 4, Attitude Last year on the way to Sarasota for some spring training games, my Manager and I were listening to ESPN radio.  The debate between the hosts went something like this:

Does playing for fun produce a winning team?  Or does winning make the game fun to play?

After much debate among hosts, callers, and my boss and me, the consensus was that it was a cycle that had no true source.  Neither was the result etched in stone.  Playing for fun can produce a relaxed team that tends to play better and eventually win.  But winning makes the game more enjoyable. Read the rest of this entry »

May 13

Todd Heap to be inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor

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The Baltimore Ravens have announced today that Ravens great tight end Todd Heap will be inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor this fall.  Heap was drafted in 2001 by the Ravens in the first round, and quickly became a fan favorite.   Heap played for the Ravens until 2010 when he was cut and finished off his career with the Arizona Cardinals.

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May 13

Orioles lineup game two versus the Tigers

The Baltimore Orioles play the Detroit Tigers tonight in game two of the three game series.  The Tigers beat the Orioles last night four to one.  The Orioles look to get back on track tonight, after losing two in a row.

The Orioles have Ubaldo Jimenez going for the Orioles.  Jimenez earned his first win in his last start as he shut down the Tampa Bay Rays. Read the rest of this entry »

May 13

Ravens sign undrafted free agent Jones

The Baltimore Ravens have announced today that they have signed undrafted free agent linebacker Ryan Jones out of Montana Tech.  The Ravens have already signed 17 other undrafted free agents, that story can be found here.

Jones is a big linebacker at 6’4” 245 pounds and has good pass rushing ablities.  Jones will be a long shot to make the roster but if he plays well may find his way onto the practice squad.
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May 13

Capitals sign Mitchell

The Washington Capitals have announced that they have signed forward Garrett Mitchell to a one-year, two-way contract.  This mean Mitchell can play for the Capitals and the Hershey Bears.

Last season Mitchell played 17 games for the Bears recording two assist.  Mitchell is a developing prospect and is only 22 years old, he will likely play for the Bears next season.

Here is the Capitals press release.

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