It’s been a sad a slow fall for our beloved birds.
On June 28, the Orioles were tied for first place in the AL East with a 41-34 record. They had won four straight games and seven of their last ten after sweeping a double header at home against the Indians.
Those were the days.
Here on September 8, the Orioles have slipped 13 games out of first in the East and seven games back in the Wild Card. They’re seven games under .500 and are now tied with the Boston Red Sox for last place in the division.