The MLB All-Star is pretty much a laughing stock among both casual and serious fans alike. A game, mid-way through the season, with players voted in by the fans deciding who has home field advantage in the World Series. A popularity contest with heavy implications. I have plenty of experiences with bad ideas; I […]
When you think dynamic duos with regard to the Baltimore Orioles, you may think of Adam Jones and Chris Davis batting third and fourth, you might think Zach Britton and Matt Wieters closing out a game in the ninth inning, but those aren't the names that should come to mind.
If you send fan mail to Orioles outfielder Adam Jones, he's going to sign it -- I can promise you that. Apparently, Jones' mom makes sure of it.
A large part of last night's offense was Chris Parmelee, who made his debut with the O's in right field (and later first base) and didn't disappoint. Parmelee went 4-for-6 with 2 RBI and 3 runs scored. After the game, he received (what I believe to be) the first triple postgame pie in O's history.
It was a historic night in Charm City. The Baltimore Orioles scored 19 runs on 17 hits against the Philadelphia Phillies. The Birds mashed eight home runs as a team. Jeff Francoeur threw 48 pitches over two innings. Chris Parmelee recorded four hits in his Orioles debut. What's not to love?
On this week's episode of the BSR Podcast, the gang gets stupid and makes some bold predictions. They also discuss the impact of Matt Wieters return on the Orioles lineup, the series against the Phillies, Manny Machado atop the order and Jurassic World's ridiculous opening weekend.
In this installment of Post Game Live on Channel BSR: Post Game Live on Channel BSR returns with a recap of Tuesday night’s 19-3 thumping of the Philadelphia Phillies. Be sure to check out Post Game Live on Channel BSR, which can be found every Tuesday an Thursday at baltimoresportsreport.com/live. For more great video content, head over to […]
With Chris Parmelee being added to the "Taxi Squad" on Monday, we knew the Orioles were going to make a move. In fact, we talked about the move that would be made on the most recent episode of Bird's Eye View. We were expecting them to make a simple move by optioning Mike Wright. If they...
In the top of the fourth, Phillies third baseman hit a hard grounder to first, Chris Davis made the scoop, fired to J.J. Hardy at second while Wei-Yin Chen rushed over to the bag to receive Hardy's throw and complete the 3-6-1 double play.
Leading Off What a difference a week makes! We went from wondering if the Orioles would ever win another game, to assuming they’d never lose again. In a key portion of the schedule, as the rest of the AL East heated up (Toronto has strung together ELEVEN straight wins), the Orioles went on a run […]