The O’s pulled off a dramatic walkoff victory to avert a sweep, while their mega-prospect remains frustratingly trapped in Triple-A.
While the Orioles continue to plummet, their potentially franchise-altering prospect remains stuck in Triple-A. Why, exactly?
An undermanned O’s offense struck out 16 times and didn’t score until the ninth. Hard to win many games that way.
Just when we started feeling good about the Orioles, they’re on the brink of getting swept by the lowly Tigers. Save us, Tyler Wells.
As has become a custom, Aberdeen was the only O’s affiliate to win tonight, but Bowie put up plenty of offensive fireworks.
The O’s have won or split four straight series, something they haven’t done since 2017. It’s a welcome change of pace.
Two rookie O’s hurlers achieved career firsts, while a pair of home runs paced the offense in a well-played win in St. Louis,
The Orioles will take the field at Busch Stadium for the first time in 19 years. Yeah, it’s been a minute.
Gunnar Henderson won Eastern League Player of the Week honors in an action-packed week for Bowie, while Adley Rutschman and D.L. Hall made their way to Norfolk.