Manager and nerd-in-chief of Camden Chat, SB Nation's Baltimore Orioles blog.
It is Friday night. The Orioles ran a bullpen game and still beat the White Sox, 4-1. You know what must be done.
Will the Orioles take the #1 prospect at #1, like they did with Adley Rutschman, or go for an underslot strategy like the last two drafts?
Jordan Westburg! now leads the whole Orioles organization with 14 home runs. Pretty good. The Tides lost anyway.
Austin Hays seems like he really wants to be an All-Star for the Orioles. He and his fellow outfielders put on a show last night.
Hays delivered the fourth Orioles cycle since 2006 in last night’s game. That was fun, you guys.
Mike Elias has occasionally brought to the Orioles players he acquired before. Jonathan Araúz is the latest one.
Scoring zero runs against the team that has the worst ERA in MLB is bad.
The Orioles quest for a winning June could sure use a two-game sweep of the Nationals - and that means winning tonight’s game 1.
Norfolk’s newest infielders stayed hot, Aberdeen got a combined no-no, and for Delmarva, Heston Kjerstad kept going.