Leading Off So… do we focus on the fact that the Orioles are four games under .500 and 5.5 games back in the AL East, or the fact that they’ve won three of the last four games? I guess it comes to this: is your glass half full or half empty of excuses? We’re not […]
Starting today, every Monday I will be posting random news and notes I can find about the Orioles either from the past week or just in general. This is meant as an entertainment purpose on Monday because it is the most dismal of the days. In the first game of the series against the Cleveland […]
The games have been… trying… this week. Surely, you’ve noticed. The Oriole have been doing their best to find new ways to lose, and they’re going out of their way to make it as demoralizing as possible. A fan base like ours has to worry that these past three seasons were some sort of beautiful dream, and […]
Earlier this morning, Ken Rosenthal reported that the Baltimore Orioles have traded outfielder Alejandro De Aza to the division rival Boston Red Sox. Source: #Orioles trade Alejandro De Aza to #RedSox. De Aza was designated for assignment last week. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) June 3, 2015 So far in 2015, De Aza is slashing .214/.277/.359 […]
It's the top of the fifth with one out. Travis Snider draws a walk after Manny Machado grounds out to second base. After exploding for four runs in the second, Astros starter Collin McHugh has kept the Orioles bats in check, holding runners off the bases in third and fourth frames.
Leading Off As we begin June, the Orioles are adrift, just as listless as the rest of the AL East. Nope, that doesn’t make us feel any better, either. Here’s hoping they can right the ship, and make something of this 2015 season. Medical Wing Adam Jones is Day to Day with Left Ankle […]
Adam Jones has been resting with an ankle injury the past two days, but he hasn't been the same since colliding into the wall at Yankee Stadium on May 8.