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Last week, news broke that the FBI was investigating the St. Louis Cardinals for hacking the internal networks of the Houston Astros.  Whatever this thing going on between the Cardinals and Houston is, you can bet on one thing: entertainment. What more intrigue could you possibly want? Personal vendettas, corporate espionage, hissy fits from “the best fans in baseball.” This…

Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians

After taking two of three from the Red Sox in Boston, the Orioles are back home and host the Cleveland Indians for a weekend series that includes a matchup against Cy Young award winner Corey Kluber, some fireworks and the highly anticipates Buck Showalter garden gnome.

Sep 5, 2012; Toronto, ON, Canada; Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones (10) questions a call after striking out looking in the third inning against the Toronto Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays beat the Orioles 6-4. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-US PRESSWIRE ORG XMIT: USPW-74846 ORIG FILE ID:  20120905_gav_sx9_184.JPG

  Adam Jones continues to struggle to recovery from an injury in his right shoulder after making a diving catch in the outfield on June 15 versus the Philadelphia Phillies.  Jones was out of the lineup once again on Tuesday night meaning that he has missed five of the last seven games and hasn't been in the outfield since the…

Travis Snider, Steve Pearce, Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles

The Cleveland Cavaliers had the star-power to win the NBA Finals, but when injuries struck down the stretch, they lacked the overall depth and talent they needed, and fell short of their ultimate goal. The same goes for baseball, and the Orioles are no exception.


Leading Off After squeaking by with a series win in Toronto, the Orioles are headed to Boston, before heading "gnome" for a weekend series against the Indians.   Medical Wing Adam Jones continues to deal with a right Shoulder issue and bum toe.  Buck concerned that it wasn't getting better.  The DL talk has been mentioned, but he is expected…


  The Orioles so called "ace" has not lived up to his billing in 2015. Chris Tillman is pitching to a 5.58 ERA and FIP of 4.79. He also has the highest BB/9 ratio in the majors of 4.56. He is leaving a lot of pitches up, either missing high for a ball or getting crushed by the batter. This could be the result of…


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. The Orioles have four wins when they score double digit runs this season. Three of those wins…

Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles third baseman

The streaking O’s have won 11 of their last 14, including eight of their last ten games. This is without a doubt due to an overall increase in offensive production. The pitching, for the most part, has been a consistent presence all season long. With the exception of a slow start by ace Chris Tillman and former 15-game-winner Bud Norris, the staff as a whole has done an excellent job keeping the Birds (34-32) in ball games.

Buck Showalter - Baltimore Orioles manager

Buck Showalter is easily the sassiest manager in Major League Baseball when he wants to be, and fortunately for Orioles fans, we get to hear him speak almost every day. Let’s take a look back through the week and see if we can spot #SassyBuck (Trademarked by Bird’s Eye View, all rights reserved).