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By now you’ve definitely seen it. Not only did Maryland upset Wisconsin, but the students brought back the flash mob in an epic fashion on Wednesday night.
Nick Markakis arrived at Atlanta Braves camp on Wednesday and spoke more openly than I ever heard him speak in his nine years in Baltimore.
Baltimore Orioles prospect Hunter Harvey has developed a splitter, the pitch most commonly associated with elbow injuries. Should the O's be concerned?
Remember Maryland's awesome flash mob when the Terps upset Duke in 2013? Well the students are bringing back their dance moves tonight against Wisconsin.
Ubaldo Jimenez's first season in Baltimore didn't quite go as planned, but don't worry you guys, we've got three more to go. In 2014, Jimenez stepped in a pot hole, wasn't on the ALCS roster and posted a hefty 4.81 ERA in 125.1 innings pitched.
Slow starts have been a major part of Maryland's game this season, but that wasn't the case against in their Big Ten matchup Nebraska on Thursday night.
While we prepare for that first exciting O's radio broadcast from warm, sunny and beautiful (who else is jealous?) Sarasota Florida, here's a great way to get you ready for baseball season. On May 27, 1981, Earl Weaver's O's swept the New York Yankees at home after securing game three on a walkoff RBI single from the King of Swing, Terry Crowley.
After brief stints with Toronto and Arizona, Nolan Reimold is back with the Baltimore Orioles. It just feels right, doesn’t it?
Local radio and Twitter responses have led me to believe that, in general, Orioles fans are a pretty miserable bunch. Apparently, that's not the case.
It looked like the 2016 All-Star game was destined for Baltimore. Then, out of the blue, Major League Baseball handed it to the San Diego Padres. Many speculated that the decision was made because the Orioles continue to play hardball with the Nationals over their "legal entanglement" regarding the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network.
C.J. Mosley's awesome rookie season was one of my favorite parts of 2014. The guy was an absolute monster.
Penn State's turnover in the second half against Maryland resulted in this monster dunk by Dez Wells.
It's fun to dismiss projection systems when they say that your favorite ball club is going to finish in last place with 78 wins and highlight how awesome they are when they say that the free agents that left your team will decline in their new cities.
He's back you guys. And in some ways, it's like he never even left.
Could Brad Brach have the best season of any Orioles relief pitcher?
Wilson Betemit got suspended, Terrence Cody owned an alligator and the Terps fell to number 17. Happy Tuesday.
Just check out those elite sweat pants.
Projection systems haven't been big fans of the recent Baltimore Orioles teams. Despite winning 96 games in 2014 and winning the American League East by 12 games, PECOTA from Baseball Prospectus has the O's finishing in last place with a 78-84 record.