If the Orioles had unexpectedly taken some games from the Red Sox, the wild card race would have been shaken up. They haven’t.
The Orioles sealed their third 100+ loss season in as many full seasons with their loss in Boston last night.
The O’s finished their season series against the Yanks with a walkoff win, knocking New York out of playoff position.
The Orioles almost beat the Yankees on Wednesday night, but almost is not worth very much in baseball.
The O’s lost, and everyone is hurt, but at least the minors remain rosy!
The Orioles indirectly knocked the Yankees out of playoff position by getting clobbered by the Blue Jays. Can the O’s extend the Yanks’ misery by actually beating them?
Can we move on from this weekend, please?
Two bullpen meltdowns leave the O’s hoping for a series split later today.
The Orioles and Blue Jays are playing two today, giving the O’s two chances to play spoiler in one day.
After a brief respite from facing a postseason contender, the Orioles head back into the gauntlet of playoff hopefuls for the next two weeks.
After scoring nine runs in one inning to win last night, the Orioles have pulled out of the cellar of MLB, for now.
An Orioles’ prospect looked good in his debut, the O’s won, Melanie Newman is a role model, and Jorge López may be done for the year.
The O’s took two out of three on the road against a Yankee team desperately trying to hang on to a playoff spot. You love to see it.
The Orioles have now beaten the Yankees six times this season. They’ve got a chance for a seventh this afternoon.
The Orioles lost on Friday, but does it even matter at this point?
With plenty of divisional matchups remaining, the O’s can help decide which AL East foes make the playoffs. They’ll probably decide it by losing most of those games, but still.
The calendar finally turned away from August. The Orioles still lost their first September game. At least it was only by one run?
September call-ups are coming soon as the Orioles look to wrap up a tough season with a strong final month. Fingers crossed!
Losing 90 games before the end of August is no easy feat to pull off, but it’s become a yearly ritual for the Orioles.
The Orioles continue to lose, but there are some things worth paying attention to.
It’s really hard to lose 18 of 19 games to one team in the same season, no matter how bad you are. The Orioles may end up there against the Rays.
Hopefully the O’s loss on Friday is only a minor bump in what is sure to be a roaring finish to the season. You with me?
With two straight high-octane victories and a series win, the Birds are finally trending in the right direction. Now the schedule gets tough again.
The thing that finally broke the Orioles out of their long losing streak was sage, or so said the players.
It was another brutal night at the ballpark for the Birds.
Jones is finally up, Bundy is back in town, and more in today’s Bird Droppings.
With their 18th straight loss yesterday, the O’s have the seventh longest streak in the last century. There’s no end in sight to the suffering.
The Orioles are losers of 17 straight games and it’s really starting to feel like the 0-21 record from 1988 is within reach.
In O’s news: Mike Elias gave the press an update on the rebuild, and Cesar Valdez was DFA’ed.
Manager Brandon Hyde said after the latest loss, "Just right now we’re not even in the game." That about sums it up.
The Orioles lost again last night. If they lose another one today, it’s going to be the worst O’s losing streak since 1988.
The month of August continues to be absolute nightmare for the O’s, and there is no end in sight.
The Orioles take another L, but at least they made some interesting promotions down on the farm.