FROM THE BLOG OVERLORD: June 30, 2009: A Night to Remember
It was on June 30, 2009 that the Orioles completed the greatest comeback in franchise history, and it was one of the most fun games I can remember watching. After falling behind 10-1 to the Boston Red Sox, the Orioles scored five runs each in the seventh and eighth innings to come all the way back and defeat the hated divisional rivals 11-10.
Orioles Insider: Orioles start Hardy talks; Orioles agree to terms with two more
So, we very well may be looking to extend Hardy and then trade him?
Franklin's reaction described as 'relief' - STL Today
So the O's have gotten so bad, that if you're an opposing reliever who gives up a few runs against them, you get released.
Orioles Help Howard County Kids Stay Healthy - Ellicott City, MD Patch
About 50 kids from Howard County ran and played on the fields they worship, and met with some of the people who make up the home team Baltimore Orioles.
Orioles starters are putting their bullpen counterparts in jeopardy - baltimoresun.com
"It has been more than two weeks since an Orioles starter went seven innings. It last happened on June 10 when Jake Arrieta managed to keep his pitch count down long enough to hand the ball over to the bullpen before the eighth inning, and it was the only time an Orioles starter has lasted past the sixth inning in June. No wonder the Baltimore bullpen has allowed more run earned runs than any other team in baseball."
IN THE MINORS
Gazette.Net: Three Baysox named to all-star team
Bowie, the Class AA affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, will send catcher Caleb Joseph, center fielder Xavier Avery and left-handed relief pitcher Pedro Viola to the Eastern League all-star game.
PressBox: Intriguing Prospect Oliver Drake Grabbing O's Attention
"Buck Showalter took advantage of Monday's night off to get a glimpse of the Orioles' most intriguing work in progress, and had to be impressed with what he saw."
Oh, that's great, blame it on the little guy. How original. He must've read the Open Thread wrong with his one eye.