The Orioles have a similar hope that the Orioles Nation faithful have — win. Whether that happens, or not, remains to be seen. However, another season full of 9 innings, hard work, and 162 exciting baseball games no matter what, is less than a day away. It’s time for baseball.
We gained a lot of readership over the off-season so I’m here to tell you what kind of content to expect at Orioles Nation throughout the year.
- Game Recaps – We’ll have game recaps of every Orioles game shortly after each game.
- Minor League Scores – Every night we’ll post a recap of the day’s minor league games. You’ll find top performers, the next day’s pitchers and more.
- News and Links posts – Every morning we’ll post a collection of news, notes and blog posts from around the BlogO’sphere.
- Dan Sanchez and Luke Jackson will have weekly columns posted on Mondays and Thursdays, respectively.
- Minor league pitcher and hitter of the week will be posted every Sunday.
- Every Sunday we’ll post a collection of the week’s most popular forum topics.
- Baltimore Orioles Month in Review – A look at stats, trends and standout performances for the Orioles most recent month.
- Minor League Leaderboard - An overview of the minor league leaders in nearly every category.
- Throughout the year we’ll publish a number of interviews with players and coaches.
- Every so often we’ll publish a detailed report on a prospect. In the past, we’ve broken down Jonathan Schoop, Matt Hobgood, Zach Britton and L.J. Hoes.
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