Recaps 2011

Camden Chat's recaps of every game of the 2011 Baltimore Orioles season.

Orioles 4, Red Sox 3: Choke complete


The Orioles walked off in the bottom of the 9th against Jonathan Papelbon and the Red Sox. Ten seconds later, Evan Longoria's walk off home run crushed their playoff dreams.

Red Sox 8, Orioles 7: O's fight back but can't overcome Lavarnway


O's lose to the Red Sox in an exciting game.

Orioles 6, Red Sox 3: This one's for you, Mr. Andino


The Red Sox lost again, now they are tied with the Rays for the wild card lead. The Orioles have now beaten the Red Sox in five of the last six games they have played against them.

Tigers 10, Orioles 6: A tale of two misused players


The Orioles fell to the Tigers today, 10-6, but they have bigger problems.

Orioles 6, Tigers 5: Suicide squeeze saves the day


The Baltimore Orioles beat the Detroit Tigers, 6-5, on September 24, 2011 in Detroit. The Orioles scored the winning run in the top of the 9th on a suicide squeeze executed by Matt Angle, who...

Tigers 4, Orioles 3, Alfredo pitches well, Vladi doesn't run well


Orioles lose to the Tigers in a much anticipated Friday Night matchup

Orioles 6, Red Sox 4: We were promised home runs


The Orioles won their first four-game series in Boston since 2003, taking the finale 6-4.

Orioles 7, Red Sox 5: PapeLOLbon


The Orioles continue to spoil, beating the Red Sox tonight 7-5

Red Sox 18, Orioles 9: No. More. Brian Matusz.


The Orioles scored nine runs and still lost by nine.

Orioles 6, Red Sox 5: Spoiler alert


The Baltimore Orioles held off the Boston Red Sox for a 6-5 victory in the day part of a day/night doubleheader on September 19, 2011 in Boston. Robert Andino, Nolan Reimold and J.J. Hardy hit...


Angels 11, Orioles 2: Lopsided lineups lead to a lopsided victory


The Orioles threw out their forfeit lineup against Jered Weaver and shockingly lost the game.

Orioles 6, Angels 2: Not at his freaking head, bro


The Baltimore Orioles beat the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim by a score of 6-2 on September 17, 2011 in Baltimore. J.J. Hardy and Mark Reynolds each homered in the first inning.

Orioles 8, Angels 3: The Hunter and the Gazelle


The Orioles won their third straight, topping Dan Haren and the Angels 8-3.

Orioles 6, Rays 2: Guts!


The Orioles took two out of three from the Rays, their first series win against a team in the AL East since May.

Orioles 4, Rays 2: Busted prospect to the rescue!


The Rays desperately needed to win tonight to keep pace with the Red Sox. They did not.

Rays 5, Orioles 2: Somebody's Going to October, Somebody's Going Nowhere


The Rays are trying to get to the playoffs

Blue Jays 6, Orioles 5: Baltimore Orioles < Baltimore Ravens


The Orioles are bad at baseball.

Blue Jays 5, Orioles 4: Is Kevin Gregg a secret Blue Jays double agent? No, he just sucks.


The Orioles took a 4-3 lead into the bottom of the ninth, then Kevin Gregg happened.

Orioles 2, Blue Jays 0: Pitchers! Dueling!


Despite a great effort from the Toronto Blue Jays' starting pitcher Brett Cecil, the O's prevailed. Jeremy Guthrie pitched a great game.

Orioles 5, Yankees 4 (10): Robert Andino and the Baltimore Redemption


The Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees, 5-4, in a 10-inning game in Baltimore on September 8, 2011. Robert Andino drove in the tying run and winning run in separate innings for the Orioles.

Orioles 5, Yankees 4 (11): Britton falters, bullpen shines, Chris Davis is bad at baseball


In their last game at Yankee Stadium in 2011, the Orioles prevailed.

Orioles 3, Yankees 3, Umpires 2: Shattered beliefs


The Baltimore Orioles lost 5-3 to the New York Yankees in a rain-soaked game in New York on September 6, 2011. Two Yankees runs scored directly due to blown umpiring calls, including a fan...

Yankees 11, Orioles 10: Brian Matusz's ERA goes up again


The Orioles offense came alive today, scoring 9 runs against the New York Yankees. Sadly Brian Matusz was terrible again and the Orioles lost 11-9.

Rays 8, Orioles 1: Guthrie loses the battle of the Jeremies.


The Orioles lost to the Rays and couldn't figure out Jeremy Hellickson , who threw a complete game.

Orioles 3, Rays 2: Despite Kevin Gregg's best efforts, O's win


The Orioles defeated David Price and the Rays to take the first game of the series in Tampa Bay.

Blue Jays 8, Orioles 6: Chaos, panic and disorder


The Baltimore Orioles were beaten, 8-6, by the Toronto Blue Jays on September 1, 2011 in Baltimore. Toronto broke a 6-6 tie with a two-run home run by Brett Lawrie off O's pitcher Willie Eyre.

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