Manager and nerd-in-chief of Camden Chat, SB Nation's Baltimore Orioles blog.
The most trite piece of baseball analysis is: "The team that scores the most runs wins the game." It’s doubly true when one team scores zero runs.
The Orioles have already split this four-game set at a minimum and they could get a series win in the finale.
After scoring nine runs in one inning to win last night, the Orioles have pulled out of the cellar of MLB, for now.
Two of the four Orioles affiliates were winners Tuesday, with strong performances from a number of top prospects.
The Orioles third round pick from the 2017 draft got his call to MLB on Tuesday afternoon. He’s headed to the bullpen initially.
The Orioles have now beaten the Yankees six times this season. They’ve got a chance for a seventh this afternoon.
If it makes you feel any better, the Orioles didn’t get blown out by the Yankees. They could have won this one, but they aren’t good, so they didn’t.
John Means and the Orioles are running head long into the Yankees "Large Adult Son" outfield in the series opener.
Who the Orioles beat and don’t beat in September will go a long way to determining who makes the playoffs in what spot.
The calendar finally turned away from August. The Orioles still lost their first September game. At least it was only by one run?