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Chris Davis hit his 37th home run to tie the AL record before
the All-Star break, and the Baltimore Orioles cruised past the
Toronto Blue Jays 7-4 Sunday.
BEST OF MAXIM
Life doesn't suck for Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis. At the All-Star break he has a league leading 37 home runs and his team is in the thick of the division and wild card hunts. Tack on the fact that his wife is smoking hot and yo might be able to say that Davis is one of the luckiest guys in baseball.
You can certainly say that life doesn't suck.
Team: Baltimore Orioles
Record: 53-43 (4.5 GB)
Biggest Surprise of 1st Half:
There’s a few places to go with this. One of them is the pitching being so poor. That, however, will be discussed in the next section. A surprise on offense would have to be the emergence of 21 year old third baseman Manny Machado. Thus far this season, Machado is leading the Major Leagues in doubles...
Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis gave teammate Adam Jones a wet willie on the way back to the dugout after they scored on a J.J. Hardy HR during the sixth inning of Friday night's game at Camden Yards.
Davis and Jones also had homers of their own in the 8-5 Orioles victory. Nothing wrong with a little harmless fun.
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Twitter users — and haters — never disappoint. Orioles fans have heard from Yankees, Tigers and other teams’ fans for weeks how slugging…
Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis heads into the all-star break with 37 home runs on the season already. Usually when one has that many home runs in an entire season, it is an impressive feat but the man they call “Crush” Davis is currently on a tear.
With this many home runs prior to the all-star break, Davis ties Reggie Jackson as having the most in American League...
Chris Davis is having himself one heck of a season. The Baltimore Orioles first baseman already has 37 home runs, and it’s only the All-Star break.
His 37 home runs put him in elite company, as he is now tied with Mark McGwire and Reggie Jackson with the second-most homers at the break in MLB history. The only player to hit more home runs than “Crush Davis” before the break...
The three members of the Baltimore Orioles voted onto the All-Star team staged their own version of the Home Run Derby.
Chris Davis hit his 35th homer, Adam Jones and J.J. Hardy each had a three-run shot and the Orioles beat Mark Buehrle and the Toronto Blue Jays 8-5 Friday night.
Davis upped his major league-leading home run total with a two-run drive in the second inning. Only...
Right now Chris Davis can do no wrong. The slugging first basemen of the Baltimore Orioles hit his 35th home run on Friday night and followed it up with another on Saturday to give him 36.
After J.J. Hardy hit a game winning home run on Friday, Davis gave teammate Adam Jones a wet willie.
Perfect execution.The Air-Star game is this week and Davis will be there as the AL starter at first.
Home Run Derby offers Chris Davis a chance at national spotlight. [FTW]
Every O’s All-Star came to Baltimore through Andy MacPhail. [BS]
Orioles GIFs of the Week, including an All-Star wet willy. [Camden Chat]
Good: Bryce Harper usually makes the most of his big moments. [NI]
Bad: Ian Desmond calls out Harper for a selfish ejection on Saturday. [NE]
Cool pic of Pierre Garcon hanging...
J.P. Arencibia put Toronto ahead with a two-run single in the sixth inning, and the Blue Jays overcame home runs by Chris Davis and Adam Jones in a 7-3 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday.
Edwin Encarnacion hit his 25th homer, and Maicer Izturis had three hits to help the Blue Jays secure their fourth win in 11 games.
Davis increased his major-league leading home run...
The 2013 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby came and left in a hurry, probably about as fast as a ball off of Bryce Harper’s bat. With this year’s derby we witnessed one of the greatest Home Run Derby performances ever and a few new guys that crashed the party. When it was all said and done, Yoenis Cespedes of the Oakland Athletics took the cake. He won it with 5 outs left...
If it seems like there’s always a lot of talk about all-time records in the earlier months of seasons, there’s a good reason why. With less and less of a season complete, the sample sizes are smaller and smaller, and over smaller sample sizes, one will observe greater statistical volatility. Basically, it’s easier to be on a record pace after a month or three than it is after...
I’m in New York City right now for All-Star week; however, yesterday, while I was at a very hot Citi Field, there was a whole lot of scoreboard watching on my end.
We all know that the Orioles closed out the so-called first half with a 7-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays at Camden Yards on Sunday. Scott Feldman earned his first win as an Oriole, going 7 1/3 innings and giving...