Baltimore ended their eight-game losing streak with strong pitching and defense and some clutch hitting.
The Orioles will try to rebound after a close game last night that resulted in yet another loss.
The hard-throwing 24-year-old is finally in the majors, and a rebuilding team with bad luck in pitcher development needs this, and future moves, to pay off.
Adley Rutschman hit his first home run at Aberdeen, nearly completed a Little-League grand slam, and finished 5-5 on the night. Dwight Smith Jr. came through in the clutch with a pair of doubles for Norfolk.
The Tigers once seemed to have a firm grip on next year’s No. 1 pick. The hapless Orioles say, "Not so fast, my friends."
John Means did not allow a hit through five innings, but the wheels fell off quickly in the sixth. The Royals scored five runs in the final four innings, and the Orioles shot themselves in the foot once again.
The Orioles 13 game stretch against good teams resulted in 12 losses. Now, another bad team awaits in the Royals.
The 2019 season of evaluation is nearing completion, so the O’s might have enough information to make decisions on some of their players for next season.
It was a ... day on the farm. Frederick and Delmarva were the only Orioles affiliates to get a win.
DL Hall’s season is over, Chance Sisco had a bad day, and more in today’s Bird Droppings.
The O’s, for a couple of innings, looked like they might salvage a win in the road trip finale. Then, Orioles things happened.
Last call for the Orioles to eke out on a win on their seven-game road trip.
Manny Machado trade return piece Dean Kremer debuted for the Tides, without much success, as O’s affiliates went 1-5 on the night.
The Orioles lost again, are you shocked?
Asher Wojciechowski couldn’t get out of the fourth inning and the Orioles hitters couldn’t solve Eduardo Rodriguez. That’s a recipe for another O’s loss.
Can the Orioles finally win? Will we see Hunter Harvey?
A couple of affiliates got rained out on Friday night, but the Baysox and Shorebirds emerged victorious from their respective games while the Keys weren’t so lucky.
Heard this one before? A decent outing by the starter was ruined by wasted scoring chances, sloppy defense, and a terrible outing by the bullpen.
A chance for Aaron Brooks to get back into form, and for the Orioles to drive a stake through Boston’s playoff chances.
Baltimore gets a Boston team that has been slipping badly, losing 12 of its last 17 games and falling behind in the Wild Card chase.
He’s a defensive liability wherever you play him. To call his swing a thing of beauty would be a lie. What him, hit for power? He’s Singlin’ Alberto!
Norfolk handles Pawtucket while the Baysox and Keys prevail in close ballgames; the team’s No. 1 pick has a good night for Aberdeen.
The Orioles sent Beantown into panic last time they won a series against the Red Sox. Now they can continue to make life difficult for the defending champs.
Outfielder Nick Castellanos offers an interesting comp for Trey Mancini, who may not be around long enough to see the next winning Orioles team.
The Keys were the only affiliate to lose on a fun day for the O’s minor league squads.
The bullies of the AL East are finished tormenting their last-place subordinates for the 2019 season. Let’s move on, and quickly.
The pinstripers completed their season series with their 16th straight win over the Birds. That could have gone better.
The Orioles, at long last, will play their final game of the season against the Yankees. I wish it had happened in April.
How did the Orioles Opening Day outfield stack up, and how does the future look in left, center and right field?
The Orioles’ top hitting prospects had very nice nights for themselves, while Norfolk and Bowie each threw a shutout.
Also, those relocation rumors are totally bogus.