Orioles Game Recaps
Recaps of every Orioles game from the writers of Camden Chat.
The Orioles got their butts kicked early and often in the season’s final game, which is very 2021 of them.
The Orioles didn’t have a chance.
The Orioles looked like a 107-loss team in facing the Jays on Friday, so now they’re a 108-loss team.
One night after a comeback win over Boston, the O’s fell behind early and never recovered in an uncompetitive loss.
Exactly 10 years after Robert Andino broke Red Sox fans’ hearts, O’s get a big win over their AL East rivals that complicates Boston’s playoff pursuit.
John Means threw five solid if unspectacular, innings. But the Birds wasted chances against the Rangers’ Dane Dunning and the bullpen surrendered four runs.
Cedric Mullins made Orioles history, but Baltimore blew a lead after Tyler Wells left the ninth inning with an injury.
Orioles get some good performances in all three phases to win series opener and get second shutout in four days.
Keegan Akin was terrific, but his bullpen could not hold a lead, and his offense didn’t provide much support.
Things were boring, then they were exciting, then they were bad. The Orioles lose their 103rd game.
The Orioles made a little noise in the first against Philadelphia’s Ranger Suárez, and two runs were all they’d need to lock this one down.
The Birds rallied back from an early 4-0 deficit to take a dramatic late-inning lead, only to immediately blow it. So it goes for the 2021 O’s.
Mike Baumann took the loss in relief today as the Red Sox outscored the O’s by six runs.
For the third straight full season, the O’s have reached the century mark in defeats. It’s ugly out there.
No MLB team in 2021 has lost more games to the Orioles than the New York Yankees. They lost yet another one on Thursday night.
Austin Hays hits two home runs, including the go-ahead blast, but Yankees answer back with two runs in final at-bat.
The Orioles played like a bad baseball team tonight, just as expected.
Toronto scored five runs before Baltimore recorded an out and added 10 more in the third. Zac Lowther, Spenser Watkins and Mike Baumann all struggled against the Jays.
Keegan Akin’s six innings of no-hit baseball were erased in one eye-popping nightmare of an inning as Toronto swept the Saturday doubleheader.
Hays’s two home runs and long balls from Santander and Mountcastle aren’t enough to top Toronto as bullpen falters in first game of doubleheader.
A trio of home runs and some impressive pitching performances gave the O’s a win over the previously-surging division foe.
The most trite piece of baseball analysis is: "The team that scores the most runs wins the game." It’s doubly true when one team scores zero runs.
Game of the year? Game of the year.
It was a back and forth game in the Bronx today that ended with the Orioles on top.
The Orioles stranded twelve baserunners but found a way to get it done on the strength of Chris Ellis’s unexpected five inning no-hit start.
If it makes you feel any better, the Orioles didn’t get blown out by the Yankees. They could have won this one, but they aren’t good, so they didn’t.
The Birds crawled back from a late-inning deficit in Toronto, only to end up in the familiar L column.
Akin delivers strong start, and Baltimore shakes off Ryu no-hit bid to take down Toronto on the road.
Ryan Mountcastle stayed hot at the plate, and Chris Ellis looked solid on the mound, but it wasn’t enough against Toronto.
The Orioles bats provided plenty of late offense, but the Baltimore bullpen refused to play their part. The Rays are the 2022 Orioles problem now.