For the Orioles, their 4-2 win in Boston Friday night was the perfect example of a typical 2012 game: solid starting pitching, terrific relief work, and just enough offense to pull it out.
The Orioles scored seven runs in the first two innings, and got a terrific start from Chris Tillman in beating Seattle 10-4 Monday night.
The Orioles recovered from a first inning, 2-0 deficit with plenty of offense and pitching that was good enough Sunday, beating the Oakland A’s 9-5.
The Orioles lost the second game of their series against the Oakland Athletics.
Manny Machado and the Orioles won a 14-inning thriller, and officially ended their long losing ways.
Adam Jones‘ 3-Run Homer was not enough to drop the Yankees, as the Orioles lost 8-5.
Mark Reynolds and the Orioles combined to hit six home runs in their dramatic win over the Yankees.
They won’t all go so easy. Wednesday night in Toronto, things went poorly for the O’s, as the Blue Jays salvaged the final game of the three-game series, 6-4. Miguel Gonzalez was on the mound, trying to build on the momentum of his last start Friday night in New York—a seven inning, four hit, zero […]