O's fan living in Washington, DC.
As the 2018 season finally comes to a close, there are a handful of intriguing story lines to look for in the last homestand against Houston.
It will be big if the Baltimore Orioles get the first pick in 2019. But history says the odds of the choice being a Hall of Famer, or even a great player, are low.
Get ready but don’t buckle up just yet, Baltimore. It’s going to be a while until the rebuilding process pays off, and only if the Orioles play their cards right.
In parts of nine seasons, Buck Showalter has led the Orioles to three playoff appearances, a winning record, a changed culture and now a rebuild. There have been plenty of memorable moments along the way.
Who will lead the Baltimore Orioles in the front office and on the field in 2019 and beyond? And what exactly is the timeline and plan?
They’ll stick with you. Which sucks. As much as we’d like to forget, these statistics are unbelievable. This is a new level of bad.
Giveaways, bacon on a stick, fireworks, movies, new and old players top the list of draws over the next three long months.
1954 and 1988 were bad seasons. 2018 is trending to be even worse.
How do former O’s Steve Stone, Kent Mercker, Lou Piniella and Mark Reynolds figure into this public spat?
David Hess, good vibes, trades, lefties, traveling, spring training and Davey Johnson are some Orioles-related topics we’re thinking about at the quarter mark of the season.