The new Star Wars trailer has dropped and the guys are geeking out about it already. Jabby Burns talks about losing one of his kids and the guys break down a fiery series between the A's-Royals over the weekend.
Former (it's sad to type that word) Maryland Terrapins star Dez Wells will throw out the first pitch at Friday's Red Sox-Orioles game at Camden Yards.
Former Orioles All-Star third baseman Melvin Mora will be inducted in the team's Hall of Fame this summer. The O's announced that Mora, along with former left-fielders John Lowenstein and Gary Roenicke and long-time Orioles scout Fred Uhlman Sr will be honored during a ceremony on August 14.
After trading away Jim Johnson and his 101 saves between 2012 and 2013, the Baltimore Orioles agreed to sign veteran closer Grant Balfour to a two-year, $15 million deal -- pending a physical of course. The O's ending up not liking what they saw from Balfour's right shoulder and backed out of the deal.
Say you want a revolution? Well, we had one. Started in 1775, one April Morning. That’s a hell of a good made for TV mini series, if you’re into the history films. It was my introduction to the holiday coming up Monday. Tommy Lee Jones in a pony tale. Ah, the late 80’s.
Join Cody and Connor as they take a look at the past few Orioles series, have Story Time With Connor, curse a slow Ravens news week, "discuss" TEBOWMAINIA, and have a good time with some Peter Gammons pocket tweets!
The Baltimore Orioles have taken two of the first three games against the Boston Red Sox. Jab and Zach discuss Ubaldo Jimenez's ejection, Jonathan Schoop's injury and Adam Jones' hot streak.
David Ortiz was tossed from Sunday's game after arguing a checked swing call in the fifth inning. Ortiz bumped home plate umpire Paul Emmel and tossed his equipment on his way down the locker room.
"I need to call my mom apparently she's in Boston, from a few fan's comments. So I'm going to call my mom and see if she's in Boston. I didn't know. I would love to have dinner with her."
When David Ortiz checks his swing, David Ortiz knows he checks his swing. Third base umpire Jerry Meals questioned Ortiz and here's how the Red Sox DH reacted.