It's Friday the 13th and Buck Showalter is missing a golden opportunity to tweak the rotation and start Jason Hammel. Meanwhile...
School of Roch: Remember Alfredo Simon? The Sauce had a not so memorable outing in DC.
Robert Andino seems sad to be playing for the Orioles - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post Can a Caleb Joseph retrospective be far behind?
Banned for life: Maryland's trespass laws allow Orioles, others to keep people out - baltimoresun.com I;m sure Jim Palmer is shaking his head that I'm helping to keep this in the news, but I'll redeem myself.
Camden Depot: Will This Be the Decade of the Offensive Catcher? Could be.
Tides beat Charlotte 1-0 for first home win of year | HamptonRoads.com Alright, Chris Tillman...way to go!
On this day in 1914, the Baltimore Terrapins debuted with a 3-2 victory; in 1954, the Baltimore Orioles debuted with a 3-0 loss (not O's related. but Hank Aaron debuted, as well) and in 1966, the Orioles opened their first championship season with an 8-1 drubbing of the Red Sox that featured homers from Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson and all around great guy, Jim Palmer.