Welp, it’ll be the Red Sox against the Astros for the American League pennant. Try to contain your enthusiasm.
Once again, Boston is advancing deep into the postseason after taking down the 100-win Rays in the ALDS. How annoying!
Despite one rainout, there are three Division Series games on the schedule, including the Red Sox trying to clinch.
The O’s shuffled through a number of players at the hot corner and the keystone in 2021, with little success.
The Rays trounced the Orioles by winning 18 of 19 games this year, but it turns out they’re pretty impressive against good teams, too.
The Orioles’ top-ranked farm system is more stacked than it’s been in years, enough that several promising prospects didn’t crack MLB Pipeline’s top 30.
Once again, an MLB postseason begins without the Orioles involved. Tonight, their two biggest nemeses will kick off the playoff slate.
The O’s took two of three games from Boston in a series the Sox absolutely needed to win, knocking them into a Wild Card tie. You love to see it.
One night after a comeback win over Boston, the O’s fell behind early and never recovered in an uncompetitive loss.