As a 20 year old, I unfortunately don’t have any memories of winning Baltimore Orioles baseball. A theme that you’ll often hear on talk radio in Baltimore is that the Orioles have lost a generation of potential fans in the area because no young people have ever seen even a decent Orioles team. And yes, [...]
News, notes and links from around the web including; an Oriole book club, Baseball Prospectus’ comments on Zach Britton, notes on Jose Nivar, why we need to see the Orioles “free” Nolan Reimold and more.
The Orioles have officially sent Zach Britton, Brendan Harris, and Craig Tatum down to the minor leagues, though it may not be long before you see any one of them back up in Baltimore.
Brad Bergesen kept the O’s in it early, but after a late game surge by the Rays, it was Nick Green who came up big in the 9th.
While the Orioles were able to put up eight runs on the day, that number was no match for the Astros, who shut down Orioles pitching today with fourteen of their own.
Brad Bergesen pitched two scoreless innings, Nolan Reimold smashed a solo homer and Vladimir Guerrero knocked in a run as the Orioles topped the Pirates 6-4 in the O’s 2011 spring training opener.
Notes on Justin Duchscherer’s hip injury, Derrek Lee’s bullpen session, Brian Roberts‘ neck, Cesar Izturis’ transition to a utility infielder and more.
Notes on Brian Roberts‘ neck injury, Derrek Lee’s BP session, the game day pitching schedule, a look at which pitchers the Pirates will throw at the Orioles and more.
It only took two days for Brian Roberts to report his first injury of 2011. Roberts showed up to camp today, but did not participate in any activities due to neck stiffness, and left the complex early to get x-rays done. Afterward, he claimed that he thinks it is just sore and that he slept [...]
Last night, Buck Showalter had all of the players (after arriving and reporting to camp as required) hop on buses and head over to a local movie theater, where he then showed them a compilation video of highlights and motivational footage, which had the players on their toes to start playing ball. The first full [...]