The Orioles entered Wednesday night’s game against Tampa Bay having gone through their most impressive stretch of starting pitching all season. Despite dropping the last two games following a five game winning streak, Orioles starters had a stretch of seven consecutive quality starts. Yeah, about that…
Chen (L, 8-6) delivered the Orioles seventh consecutive quality start, giving up 3 runs on just 4 hits through 6.2 innings.
Miguel Gonzalez pitched well for the Orioles in their 10-2 win over the Indians
Wei-Yin Chen (W, 8-5) followed up Tommy Hunter’s solid outing Wednesday with one of his own, giving up three runs on six hits in seven innings.
Tommy Hunter’s gem and a two run homer by Adam Jones was enough for the Orioles on Wednesday night against the Twins
Chris Tillman did not make it out of the first inning last night in the Orioles 19-7 embarrassment
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.
To celebrate the Orioles winning record at the All-Star break, we’re giving away a Matt Wieters autograph.