Can the bullpen get the job done?
In which the Phillies try to keep their playoff hopes alive, and John Means looks for his first win since July.
It’s the Orioles’ last chance to play spoilers in this series. Can Alexander Wells help the Birds avoid a sweep in Boston?
It’ll be a tough test for young left-hander Zac Lowther today as he faces the Red Sox on the road in Boston.
The O’s take on another AL East team that’s trying to stay in front in the Wild Card race. Can the Birds do to the Red Sox what they did to the Yankees last night?
It’s an earlier than usual game time for the Orioles on Thursday to accommodate a post-game concert.
The Orioles dropped last night’s game to the Yankees, but on the bright side, they’ve won two of their last three. John Means will try to make it three of four.
The Orioles look to bounce back from a difficult doubleheader and force a series split.
Let’s play two! The Orioles spoiler tour keeps on rolling.
It’s game one of a wonky four-game set against the surging Blue Jays.
The Orioles have already split this four-game set at a minimum and they could get a series win in the finale.
Matt Harvey, facing an uncertain future in Baltimore and MLB, takes the mound for the Orioles against Kansas City.
After a Labor Day loss at Camden Yards, the Orioles and Royals are back at it tonight in the second game of a four-game series.
Andrew Benintendi drove in the winning run with a single in the eighth and robbed a game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth. The Orioles wasted a quality start by Zac Lowther and fell 3-2.
John Means and the Orioles are running head long into the Yankees "Large Adult Son" outfield in the series opener.
The O’s haven’t won a road series in a month and a half. They could change that tonight.
After dropping the first game of their series Monday, the O’s will try to draw even with the Jays tonight.
The O’s go north of the border as their run of games against the AL East continues.
The Orioles couldn’t pull out a win yesterday with their best pitchers on the mound. Today, they’ll try to get it done with Spenser Watkins instead.
After falling back into the loss column Friday night, the Orioles will try to stop a 10-game skid against the Rays.
In which Keegan Akin and the Orioles go for a winning streak, for a change.
Spenser Watkins will oppose former Oriole Dylan Bundy in tonight’s matchup with the Angels. Plus, Jahmai Jones is making his long-awaited Orioles debut.
The Orioles just keep losing. Is today the day they break the streak?
The Orioles have failed to win any of their last 16 games, but as the old saying goes, the 17th time’s the charm.
The Orioles trot out Keegan Akin in an effort to snap a 15-game losing streak.
The Orioles will try to somehow keep from hitting the team’s longest losing streak since 1988.
The objective of baseball is to score more runs than the other team. The Orioles haven’t been able to achieve that in over two weeks. Spenser Watkins heads to the hill to take a crack at it.