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Ever seen a broken-bat strikeout? The Orioles’ Chris Davis wasn’t thrilled after going down swinging to end the third inning on Tuesday night, and he took out his displeasure the way many athletes or baseball fans have before. But instead of Davis’ two-handed kneeing of his bat ending the way it usually does, with the bat bouncing off and the frustration vented, Davis put enough force behind his motion to snap his bat right in half. Check out the splinters in the video below. Your browser does not support iframes.
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Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis made his bat look more like a toothpick Tuesday night.The scene (shown above) occurred after Davis struck out swinging in the third inning of Baltimore's game against the Tampa Bay Rays. As you can see, Davis is none too pleased with the result of his trip to the plate.That poor piece of lumber didn't stand a chance. I haven't seen...
Tweet Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is capable of leading the American League in home runs. He hit 33 last year (good for 8th) and his six so far this year are tied for the league lead. Davis is also prone to striking out alot. His 169 in 2012 placed him fourth in [...]
Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis took his frustrations out on his bat following a strikeout on Tuesday night.
If there’s anything better than a walk-off win, it’s a walk-off extra inning win. If there’s anything better than a walk-off extra inning win, it’s a walk off extra inning home run. If there’s anything better than a walk-off extra inning home run, it’s a walk-off extra inning grand slam. Touch ‘em all, Matt Wieters, you did just that! The Baltimore Orioles defeated...
Don't call it a comeback. He's been here for years.
According to the Hartford Courant (and, obviously, his Twitter account), Adam Greenberg is back in professional baseball. This time, however, it's not back to the bigs for "one at bat"...it's back to Bridgeport.
Greenberg hit .255 with 126 stolen bases spread across parts of four seasons...
Orioles continue mobile-exclusive check-in promotions at Oriole Park
Available for verified Oriole Park check-ins from within free MLB.com At The Ballpark app
The Orioles have announced new promotions available exclusively within the free MLB.com At The Ballpark application at Oriole Park during the 2013 season. MLB.com At The Ballpark offers mobile check-in, social...
The Baltimore Orioles evidently figure if they're going to work overtime, they might as well make the most of it.
Matt Wieters hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 10th inning and Baltimore withstood four solo homers by the Tampa Bay Rays in a 10-6 victory Thursday night.
Nolan Reimold and Steve Pearce also homered for the Orioles, who have won 17 straight in extra innings...
Matt Wieters sunk the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday night with a 10th inning grand slam. Weiters’ home-run improved the Orioles magic extra-inning streak to a remarkable 17 straight wins.
We never quit or stop the grinding. Huge series win. Big homers from Reimold, Pearce then Big Weiters. #StayHungry
— Adam Jones (@SimplyAJ10) April 19, 2013
And I spelt my catchers name wrong lmao...
Akron, OH – Bowie Baysox designated hitter Caleb Joseph would like to play against the Akron Aeros all season long.In four games thus far in 2013, Joseph has 10 RBI against Akron pitching. Thursday night, he swatted a pair of homers and a double to drive in four runs and lead the Baysox to a wild, 13-11, 10-inning victory over the Aeros in the opener of a four-game series at...
The Texas Rangers are optimistic that they’ll be able to
trade Julio Borbon prior to today’s deadline, and the Baltimore Orioles remain “very
interested” in the outfielder, according
to Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com.
Ghiroli notes that the O’s and Rangers have held ongoing
discussions regarding Borbon. While Texas seeks pitching in exchange for the
After the first 12 games of the season the Orioles sit at 6-6. Their record is such after a lackluster performance in the Bronx that was capped off by a disappointing showing on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball.
One could make the argument that the Orioles should have taken that series. One could make the argument that they have no business losing to a much weaker version...
The Rays haven’t been off to a hot start and they couldn’t right the ship vs. the Orioles tonight. Jamey Wright worked a clean 9th inning and trotted out to hopefully do the same in the 10th. But this time he had to face the top of the Orioles lineup. After he gave up a single to the light hitting Nick Markakis, he was relieved by Brandon Gomes. Manny...
The Baltimore Orioles are happy to be home.
Chris Davis is probably happy to be seeing the Tampa Bay Rays again.
Davis turned in a dominant season-opening series against Tampa Bay and will look to help the Orioles hand the Rays a season-high fourth straight defeat Tuesday night.
Only Colorado has played as few home games this season as Baltimore (6-6), which lost two of three...