The average OPS (On-base plus slugging) in baseball, through June 21, is .708 but the average OPS in the American League is .714 and it’s just .701 in the National League. Why this is important is because it gives us a measure of the overall quality of hitters in each league, including the state of offensive talent across baseball (somewhat).
Caleb Joseph has been described as a great defensive catcher by broadcasters, local beat writers and fans alike. But is he really a great defensive catcher?
Alex dissects the recent struggles of Chris Tillman
The Baltimore Orioles gave away three draft picks from the 2014 MLB Draft. Could they wind up regretting giving away one of those three picks?
Nelson Cruz and Zach Britton lead the way for the O’s as they battled through the Month of May.
Staff writer Alex Conway analyzes the declining career of Nick Markakis
Staff writer Alex Conway looks into Bud Norris and his hot start to 2014
Looking at Caleb Joseph‘s defense in his first stint with the big league club
Staff Writer Alex Conway gives his weekly notes on the Orioles