Friends, family, and hundreds of fans gathered at Camden Yards yesterday to celebrate the life of Mr. Oriole.
Texas certainly wouldn’t be an easy opponent for the Orioles in the Division Series, but they’d be doing the O’s a solid if they can knock out the 99-win Rays first.
The Orioles’ top affiliate won a showdown with Oklahoma City for the Triple-A title.
The Orioles don’t even have to keep winning, and still they did.
A sellout crowd will watch the AL East champions go for their 101st win.
The O’s are the AL East division champs, and they signed a new 30-year lease to remain at Camden Yards for the long term. Plus, their Triple-A affiliate won a championship. Everything is coming up Orioles!
Adley Rutschman drove in three while Grayson Rodriguez and three relievers continued the Orioles’ recent pitching dominance to complete the mini-sweep.
Clinchmas is imminent for the Birds as they try to sweep the two-game set with their interleague rivals.
The Orioles’ Triple-A affiliate wrapped its regular season and begins a best-of-three championship against Durham tonight.