Jun 14

Orioles lineup: 6/14/2015

The Baltimore Orioles play the znew York Yankees in the final game of a three-game series.  The Orioles have dominated the Yankees and have already won the series.  The Orioles have a six-game win streak. 

The Orioles recalled Tyler Wilson and have optioned TJ McFarland to AAA-Norfolk.

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Jun 13

Changing MLB Rules, Part 3: Artificial Turf

GLEN SAINT MARY, FL – Who remembers the original Astro Turf?  That green plastic carpet sitting on a bed of asphalt looked more like a collection of those old green door mats than a real grass field.  Forgive me while I hammer away at the notion that some ballparks need that disastrous excuse for a beautiful lawn.

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Jun 13

Orioles lineup: 6/13/2015

The Baltimore Orioles play the New York Yankees in the second game of a three-game series.  The Orioles crushed the Yankees last night 11 to three.  Chris Davis and Caleb Joseph hit home runs last night.

The Orioles currently have a five-game  winning streak and are back at .500. 

Here is the lineup.

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Video

Watch: Jones’ tenth homer

Video

Watch: Reimold’s first homer of 2015

Jun 12

Orioles lineup: 6/12/2015

The Baltimore Orioles play the New York Yankees in the first game of a three-game series.  The Orioles are coming off a sweep of the Boston Red Sox. 

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Jun 12

Olesczuk came out of left field

Normally I am good about remembering names, especially baseball players, but when Thomas “TJ” Olesczuk was added to the Shorebirds roster in late May, after having started the season with Frederick, I questioned where this guy came from. “Left Olecszukfield?” I was only joking but yes, he literally came from left field. This Winthrop University (South Carolina) outfielder was the 2014 40th Round Pick for the Orioles. He entered the system with exceptional numbers from playing just three seasons in college.
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