Good morning, Birdland!
It’s been more than a week since the Orioles last won a game. That’s a long time. The earth keeps spinning, and things change. Here what has happened since the O’s last earned a win:
-Game of Thrones ended.
-People have freaked out over the ending of Game of Thrones.
-The Golden State Warriors qualified for the NBA Finals.
-The new live action Aladdin movie was released.
-The British Prime Minister resigned.
-This weird thing happened.
-My dad had a birthday.
-Gas prices have probably changed in some way
Wow, time moves so far. Think back to what you were doing on May 17. We were all so young and innocent!
No, Trey Mancini is not an extension candidate (Ep. 34) - The Warehouse Podcast
Whoa, hot take! You should totally download this episode and subscribe to the podcast. That would be so hilarious. haha...ha!
The Yankees Are Fueling Their Success by Eviscerating the Orioles - The Ringer
Yeah, yeah, yeah. Everybody pick on the dorky kid!
Andrew Cashner Has Considered Sitting Out if the Orioles Trade Him - Sports Illustrated
On one hand, this is kind of awesome. Players should have a say in where they work and live. On the other hand, this probably makes it pretty tough for the Orioles to actually trade him. Cashner did exactly what he should have, and that was look out for the interests of himself and his family. I can’t be mad at that.
Keon Broxton sees Orioles as “perfect” opportunity to get back on track - Baltimore Sun
A home run on the first pitch seen in a new uniform does a whole lot to get a guy back on track.
Orioles Move Dan Straily To Bullpen - MLB Trade Rumors
The least surprising news of the day: bad pitcher given less significant role.
Orioles birthdays and history
Is it your birthday? Happy birthday!
It’s quite a day for birthdays in Birdland. Catcher Fernando Lunar (2000-2002) is 42 years old. Infielder Miguel Tejada (2004-07, ‘10) celebrates his 45th. Backstop Melvin Rosario (1997) turns 46. The late outfielder Andres Mora (1976-78) has a posthumous birthday. Right-handed pitcher Bill Dillman (1967) is 74 today. And first baseman Jim Marshall (1958) turns 88.
1965 - 64,000 shares of Baltimore Orioles stock is bought by the National Brewery Co.