Yesterday's loss was disappointing, but the Orioles taking three of four from the White Sox is an acceptable outcome. Anyways, with the AL East gauntlet to close out the season, it's pretty clear where the team's fortunes lie. The Yankees come to town tonight, no doubt with a chip on their shoulder, having lost three of four to Boston. Although they lost those games in humiliating fashion and have taxed their bullpen hard, they scored a lot of runs. Given the flagging fortunes of C.C. Sabathia and the homerrific tendencies of Chris Tillman at OPACY, tonight could be a last man standing sort of affair.
PressBox: Orioles Win Series Against White Sox Despite Struggling In Clutch The Sox series in review...
AL East division update: Sept. edition A nice look at the state of things from HBT. Check out the fancy graph...eat your heart out MASN!
Gausman's future is as a starter. For now, the bullpen | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore I almost feel like this means Goose will end up making a start or two.
Ex-Tide, right-hander win Orioles' top awards | HamptonRoads.com | PilotOnline.com Jim Palmer was not made available for comment.
Steve Melewski: Dan Duquette talks about the Orioles minor league award winners He sounds a lot less awkward in black and white.
Camden Depot: September Call-ups - Steve Clevenger A couple notes for those of you that have been clamoring for Clevenger.
On this day in 2009, Brian Roberts became the fourth player (Stan Musial, Paul Waner and Tris Speaker) in MLB history to reach the 50 double plateau at least three times. He has hit 35 doubles since.
It's the birthday of Jim Corsi, Todd Zeile, Kurt Ainsworth, Mike Costanzo and Rhyne Hughes. Old time O Chappie Snodgrass died on this day in 1951 and franchise great Urban Shocker died on this day in 1928.