Wednesday night, the Orioles stole one away from the Boston Red Sox when, after being no-hit for five innings, they put together a big inning out of nowhere. Thursday, an inning that SHOULD HAVE been big evaporated on the Orioles out of nowhere, and it led to a come from behind win for the Sox. […]
Being no-hit by Red Sox right hander Aaron Cook, the Orioles turned on a dime in the sixth of Wednesday night and put together the big inning the propelled them to a 5-3 win.
Bowie pitching coach Kennie Steenstra and Dylan Bundy discuss Dylan’s Bowie debut. (Photo: Ted Williams)
Mark Reynolds slugged two home runs in the Orioles 7-1 victory over the Red Sox
Tucker and Jordan kick off the first edition of the ON podcast with discussions about Kevin Gausman, the Aberdeen IronBirds, Jordan’s trip to the GCL, and more.
The Orioles picked up a win in a see-saw battle with Kansas City at Camden Yards Sunday, earning a split with the Royals.
After winning four consecutive starts, Tillman (L, 5-2) was hit hard Saturday by the Royals.
Manny Machado’s call-up Thursday night was one greeted with surprise, optimism, excitement, and fear by almost everyone in Orioles Nation.
Machado went 2-4 with a single and triple in his major league debut.