Orioles Game Recaps
Recaps of every Orioles game from the writers of Camden Chat.
Hall combined brilliant moments with bad ones, and after two early runs off Shane McClanahan, Orioles hitters hit a brick wall.
After blitzing the Rays for a season-high 19 hits, the Orioles have claimed the third AL wild card spot, for now.
The never-say-die Orioles pulled off more late-inning heroics, with Rougned Odor atoning for an otherwise rough game by crushing the decisive home run in the eighth. This is fun!
Ramon Urías laced a three-run homer in the first, and Baltimore went back-to-back in the third as the Orioles powered their way to a 7-4 win over the Jays.
Bad bounces and a bad showing from the offense saw the O’s snap their 5-game win streak and lose ground in the Wild Card race.
On Camden Yards’ 30th anniversary celebration, the Orioles get a Game 2 and series win against the Pirates, 6-3
In front of a crowd of 41,000 that included Hall of Famers Brooks Robinson, Mike Mussina and Eddie Murray, the 2022 Orioles put on a show.
Despite the offense’s frustrating inability to deliver clutch hits, O’s pitching led the way with their 10th shutout of the season.
The Orioles got a gritty performance from Kyle Bradish, who kept his team in the game with five one-run innings, just enough until the offense exploded against the Texas ‘pen.
The Orioles are now 1.5 games back of a wild card spot.
The fan favorite, in what might have been his last O’s at-bat at Camden Yards, pulled off the most incredible of feats.
Once again the Orioles showed off their ability to comeback, but it wasn’t enough, and now they may have a massive hole in their starting rotation.
For most of the game it seemed like the Orioles would lose. Luckily that didn’t include the ninth inning.
The Orioles hadn’t lost by more than two runs in July, until today.
After falling short on Friday, the Never Say Die Os rallied for a 6-3 win Saturday vs. the Yankees.
A rusty Tyler Wells got owned by Aaron Judge, and the O’s wasted scoring opportunities.
It would have been nice to end the first half in style, but a tough outing for Jordan Lyles quickly ended those hopes in a series-ending loss to the Rays.
The rookie’s pinch hit home run in the 8th sparked a comeback that saw the Orioles break a 10-game losing streak at Tropicana Field.
All good things must come to an end, and that’s what happened tonight.
The 2022 Orioles have entered territory nobody ever thought they would, or could.
My goodness, they’ve done it again.
The Orioles posted a pair of crooked numbers in the middle innings and Austin Voth notched his first win of the season.
Dean Kremer turned in another solid start, and the bullpen tossed four shutout innings behind him to keep the good times rolling in Baltimore.
Down to their last out, the O’s stun the Halos with three runs in the ninth inning.
Despite coming out with some of his worst stuff all season, Jordan Lyles gritted out an impressive six one-run innings, and Rutschman, Mountcastle and Mancini contributed with the bats.
Spenser Watkins tossed a career high 6 2-3 innings and Jorge López slammed the door despite a quiet night on offense for the Orioles.
The Orioles blew the lead three times. Luckily they had four comebacks in them.
A wild win saw the O’s tie the game on Adley Rutschman’s two-out double in the ninth, then walk it off on a fastball to Jorge Mateo’s leg in the 10th.
Mancini, Mountcastle and Odor all homered, while Wells tossed another dominant outing, going six innings, allowing three hits and one run and whiffing seven.