The Orioles and the Tigers kick off a three-game series in Detroit on Monday night.
After gaining two games on the AL East-leading Red Sox, the O's depart for a tough series in Detroit.
After a salvaging a six-game road trip by avoiding a sweep by the Rays, the O's return to Camden Yards for seven games, starting with three against the Angels.
The Rays and Orioles face off in an crucial series that could either give the Orioles breathing room in the standings or knock them down to fourth place in the A.L. East.
No one on the Orioles has ever faced Astros starter Lucas Harrell, who has a 5+ ERA and a WHIP of 1.79. Perfect game territory? Yes.
Coming off of a great 4-1 mini-homestand, the O's depart on a six-game road trip against the Astros and Rays.
The Orioles and Nationals' lineups for their final game of the season series - unless they somehow play in the World Series.
#Orioles lineup vs #Nats: McLouth 7, Machado 5, Markakis 9, Jones 8, Davis 3, Wieters 2, Hardy 6, Flaherty 4, Pearce dh, Tillman 1 — Eduardo A. Encina (@EddieInTheYard) May 29, 2013 Your...
After a brief 3-3 road trip, the O's return to Camden Yards for an even briefer five-game homestand. First up is another pair of contests against the Nationals.
#Orioles lineup vs Nats: Mclouth 7 Machado 5 Markakis 9 jones 8 Davis 3 Wieters 2 hardy 6 Navarro 4 Gausman RHP — Roch Kubatko (@masnRoch) May 28, 2013 No one in the Orioles lineup has...
The O's make their first trip to Toronto this season to face the Blue Jays. Rookie 1st round pick Kevin Gausman will make his season debut. Gausman, Tillman, Garcia, and Gonzalez for the O's. Morrow, Nolin, Dickey, and Ortiz for the Jays.
O's take on the Rays at Camden Yards this weekend. Hammel, Jurrjens, and Tillman vs. Hellickson, Hernandez, and Moore. See YOU at the Yard.
After a brief three-game road trip, the O's head back to Baltimore for a mostly-normal homestand. It does, however, start with a two-game series against the Padres, followed by a random off-day.
After a very successful 7-4 road trip on the West Coast, practically unheard of for the last several years, the O's return to Camden Yards for a weird three-game homestand against the Royals.
The West Coast swing continues with a four game series against the Angels. Tillman, Gonzalez, Garcia, and Hammel for the Birds. Blanton, Vargas, Hanson, and Richards for the Halos.
After going 3-1 against Oakland and just missing another sweep, the O's head to Seattle, where they'll see some familiar faces.