Recaps 2010

Camden Chat's recaps of every game of the 2010 Baltimore Orioles season.

Tigers 4, Orioles 2: The long, dark tea-time of the offseason


In the final game of the 2010 season, the Detroit Tigers defeated the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 in Baltimore. The Orioles ended the year with a 66-96 record.

Orioles 2, Tigers 1: And 35,000 people saw it happen


The Baltimore Orioles defeated the Detroit Tigers 2-1 on October 2, 2010 before 35,000+ fans in Baltimore. Matt Wieters drove in Felix Pie on a sacrifice fly for the go-ahead run.

Orioles 2, Tigers 1: Jeremy Guthrie is president of our hearts.


With the 2-1 win behind a fantastic performance by Jeremy Guthrie, the O's swept the double header.

Orioles 10, Tigers 6: Chris Tillman was brilliant, Mark Hendrickson was the opposite.


The O's took game one of Friday's double header, 10-6, to match their win total from 2009 at 65.

Orioles 2, Rays 0: Kevin Millwood goes out in style


Sure, the Rays clinched a playoff spot yesterday. But the O's took the series and continued to look like a team you don't want to mess with.

Rays 5, Orioles 0: The clincher


The Baltimore Orioles were defeated 5-0 by the Tampa Bay Rays on Sept. 28, 2010. With the victory, Tampa Bay clinched at least a wild card playoff spot.

Orioles 4, Rays 0: Brian Matusz delays Tampa Bay's celebration


O's win, breaking their four game losing streak and halting the Rays' playoff hopes for one more night.

Blue Jays 5, Orioles 4: Confirming what we already knew


The Baltimore Orioles were defeated 5-4 by the Toronto Blue Jays on September 25, 2010 in Toronto thanks to four Blue Jays home runs, including an 11th inning walk-off by Lyle Overbay.

Blue Jays 6, Orioles 4: A tale of two teams


The Baltimore Orioles were defeated 6-4 by the Toronto Blue Jays on September 24, 2010. O's starter Chris Tillman gave up three home runs, including two to league-leading HR hitter Jose Bautista.

Red Sox 6, Orioles 1: Ho-hum.


The Baltimore Orioles lost 6-1 to the Boston Red Sox on Sept. 22, 2010 in Fenway Park. Kevin Millwood gave up two home runs and took the loss for the Orioles.


Orioles 9, Red Sox 1: Behind Bergy, Buck's Birds blow by Boston in Beantown


The Orioles take their 9th game of the year from the Red Sox in a lovely 9-1 rout.

Orioles 4, Red Sox 2: Welcome to .400


The O's defeat the Red Sox tonight to finally reach a .400 winning percentage on the season.

Orioles 4, Yankees 3: LUUUUUUUUUUUKE!


The Orioles avoided the sweep by the Yankees today and all it took was a blown save by Mariano Rivera and eleven innings.

Yankees 11, Orioles 3: Nuclear launch detected


Obliterate this game from the memory banks. It did not happen. That is all. If, in a fit of folly, you decide not to heed my advice, you can see the grim details in the box score here. Andy...

Orioles 3, Blue Jays 1: SWEEEEEEP!!!


The Orioles just keep on keeping on, this time beating Toronto for the sweep behind a complete game gem from Brad Bergesen.

Orioles 11, Blue Jays 3: Cito still sucks


Buck Showalter's Orioles continue their winning ways with a beat down of the Toronto Blue Jays.

Baltimore 2, Jerks from Canada and New Jersey 0


It took 11 innings, but the Orioles finally beat the Blue Jays this season.

Tigers 6, Orioles 2: Familiar bullpen meltdowns


The Baltimore Orioles fell to the Detroit Tigers, 6-2, on Sept. 12, 2010 in Detroit thanks to a five-run bullpen meltdown in the bottom of the 8th inning. Miguel Cabrera had a go-ahead,...

Even a Blind Squirrel, etc... O's 5, Tigers 3


Orioles beat Tigers 5-3, clinch series win.

Yankees 3, Orioles 2: Losing hurts again


The Baltimore Orioles lost 3-2 to the New York Yankees on September 8, 2010 in New York thanks to a walk-off two-run home run by Nick Swisher.

Orioles 4, Yankees 3: That's right.


The Orioles topped the Yankees 4-3 to continue their run through the AL East in September.

Attention New York Yankees: You've been Koji'd!


O's knock off the Yankees 4-3 thanks to Brian Matusz, Koji Uehara, Josh Bell, and Brian Roberts. Full post-game to follow. 

Orioles 8, Rays 7: KOJI! KOJI! KOJI!


The Baltimore Orioles came out on top of the Tampa Bay Rays 8-7 in a battle of the bullpens in Baltimore on September 5, 2010. The Orioles won the game in spite of allowing four Rays home runs.

Rays 4, Orioles 1: Garza prevails despite lack of throat shoving


The Orioles' sad September continues with a loss to the Rays.

Red Sox 6, Orioles 4: Lines you shouldn't read in a box score


This is not the complete story of tonight's game, but it's a story of tonight's game. If I never see Wigginton at first base after this, it'll honestly be too soon.

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