Adam Jones: “Things will get back on track”

The Orioles return home to open a ten game home stand against the Twins and Yankees after dropping their last seven games. Baltimore’s offense has suffered to come up big with runners in scoring position and their bullpen has turned leads back over to their opponents.

Despite the problems that the Orioles have suffered over the last week, Orioles centerfielder Adam Jones remains hopeful that the Orioles will return to form.

“We must keep our heads HIIIIIIIGH,” Jones tweeted following Sunday’s 4-2 loss to the Indians. “It happens,” he wrote. “This squad is confident and things will get back on track. Sooooon.”

The O’s look to turn it around on Monday with their first of four against the Joe Mauer-less Minnesota Twins.

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