Bob joined Orioles Nation in May 2012. He grew up a fan of the Orioles, Washington Bullets, and Dallas Cowboys. He graduated from North Carroll High School in Hampstead in 1986, wanting to be the Orioles shortstop. Since that position was occupied, Bob went into radio and spent 20 years on the air in Baltimore, Harrisburg, and York, PA. He currently lives in Savannah, Georgia, where he handles the public address duties for the Savannah Sand Gnats, low-A affiliate of the New York Mets. He handles game recaps for ON.
Tommy Hunter’s gem and a two run homer by Adam Jones was enough for the Orioles on Wednesday night against the Twins
The Minnesota Twins used healthy doses of patience and persistence in taking the second of four games with the Orioles, 6-4 Tuesday night.
Chris Tillman did not make it out of the first inning last night in the Orioles 19-7 embarrassment
Justin Verlander abused the Orioles in their 4-0 loss on Sunday.
Taylor Teagarden was the walk-off hero in the Orioles extra inning win against the Tigers Saturday,
Friday the 13th is supposed to be Jason’s day. At least, that’s what the scary movies told us. This particular Friday the 13th, though, was not a good day for Jason, and, depending on how the story unfolds on Saturday the 14th, the Orioles’ season could have just turned into a horror story.
The Orioles treated Sunday’s game against the Angels like a bride-to-be treats her last day at work before her wedding: distracted, disinterested, and in a hurry to get out.
Angels starter Jered Weaver (W, 10-1) outpitched Jason Hammel (L, 8-5) in the birds’ 3-0 loss.
Miguel Gonzalez flashes brilliance in the Orioles 3-2 win over the Angels.
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It was a rough outing for the Jake Arrieta. It was an even rougher post-game for the Orioles opening day starter.