Chris Tillman has been up and down over the years for the Orioles. Has he finally figured it out?
With the series upcoming against the Yankees, Mark wanted to get the Yankees fan perspective. This is a Q&A with Tanya Bondurant from Pinstriped Bible, the SBN Yankees blog.
Orioles designated hitters and second basemen are the worst at hitting of their positions in the American League. First basemen are the best. Where does the rest of the team stack up?
Kudos to Jake Arrieta for speaking about his anxiety. Will this change the culture of mental health awareness in baseball?
Now that each starter has a couple of games under their belts, I wanted to see where our Birds rank with respect to the rest of the league, while considering the small sample size of 12 games.
How awesome was Chris Davis last week? The short answer is that it was very awesome -- historic, even. In this post we take a look at the four plate appearances that defined the start to Chris Davis's 2013 season.
Buck Showalter thinks the new warning track at Camden Yards could make defensive metrics better appreciate Jones and Markakis.
Welcome to the 2013 season! Technically it started on Sunday night, but for us the real season begins today vs. the Rays. To celebrate, we look back to 1994 to see how the O's have done and whether we can learn anything.
Are there 393 MLB players who will have a better 2013 than Nolan Reimold? ESPN's panel of 34 experts thinks so. In the 301-400 range, Nolan Reimold and Pedro Strop also appear, and every Oriole thus far ranks below Michael Young.
ESPN says 34 of its baseball experts have ranked the top 500 MLB players for 2013 performance. Does this matter? No, but Mark's bored by spring training and wants something else to talk about. See how they did last year. Hint: really bad.
Will Nolan Reimold emerge as the everyday left fielder for the Baltimore Orioles or will he and Nate McLouth form a platoon a la Gary Roenicke and John Lowenstein?