Orioles Game Recaps
Recaps of every Orioles game from the writers of Camden Chat.
Vavra came through at the plate to clinch a Game 1 win, but the offense disappeared in a Game 2 loss.
The Orioles managed only three hits before the rain ended this one in the eighth inning.
The Orioles have now improved on last year’s win total by 30. They will not be losers in 2022.
The good news was the O’s didn’t give up Aaron Judge home run #62. The bad news was, well, everything else.
Jordan Lyles was outstanding and the offense did just enough.
The Orioles came up short in a third straight attempt to get the elusive win #81.
Another stellar showing by the O’s offense wasn’t enough to make up for Kyle Bradish’s early exit and sloppy glovework in a nearly four-hour slog.
Rain disrupted the pitching plans for both teams, and the result was a whole lot of offense, including plenty of home runs.
Orioles come back from a hole twice but fall to Astros in extras, 6-3, to split a disappointing series
The bats were quiet for seven innings before Rougned Odor tied the score in the eighth, but the back end of the bullpen let a 2-2 tie slip away.
The Orioles were one strike away before Félix Bautista gave the lead back for good. The Astros defeated Baltimore in a wild back-and-forth affair.
Those Orioles pitchers are so hot right now.
Kyle Bradish needed to be almost perfect for the Orioles to win on Thursday. That’s exactly what he was.
The Orioles looked dreadful tonight against one of the worst teams in baseball.
The O’s outlasted Alek Manoah and beat up on closer Jordan Romano, with Adley Rutschman and Jesús Aguilar coming through with big ninth-inning RBI hits.
While the bats were far from quiet Saturday, the O’s still couldn’t muster enough offense to get past the Jays.
A national audience watched as homer-happy Toronto seemingly drove a stake into the Birds’ postseason chances.
Gunnar Henderson delivered an RBI-double and a little-league home run to carry the Orioles to a win in Washington.
The 2013 Orioles first round pick was victimized by O’s picks from 2015, 2017, and 2019.
Offense was at a premium on a dreary, rainy day at Camden Yards.
Gunnar Henderson delivered a clutch hit and Dillon Tate recorded the save in a come-from-behind 3-2 win over the Red Sox.
The Orioles were unable to do much against starter Alek Manoah, and one bad inning from Dean Kremer was enough to seal the loss.
Down in a hole, Orioles hitters stepped up with a five-run rally in the third inning and four two-out runs in the final two innings.
An impromptu bullpen game was not a recipe for success as the Orioles lost to the Blue Jays for the second time in a single day.
A number of people deserve blame for the Orioles falling 3.5 games back of the Blue Jays. Anthony Santander isn’t one.
The O’s lost a lifeless finale to Oakland, dropping them 2.5 games out of a wild card spot.
Adley Rutschman came off the bench to walk in the winning run, while GUNNAR HENDERSON shined in his Camden Yards debut.
Pitching led the way to an Orioles win, allowing them to gain ground in the AL Wild Card race.
Four baggers from Henderson and Ramón Urías gave the O’s plenty of cushion thanks to an impressive shutout performance from Jordan Lyles, Cionel Pérez and Félix Bautista.
Spenser Watkins’ once-promising start turned sour in a hurry, and the Birds’ struggles with the bats reached new depths in Cleveland.