Found October 02, 2012 on
Boston Red Sox
New York Yankees
Leave it to Buck Showalter to complain about something as it relates to the Boston Red Sox or New York Yankees. It seems like that is all he has done since becoming manager of the Baltimore Orioles. Whether accusing them of spending too much or getting too many calls, Showalter is complaining about the Red Sox or Yankees any time he finds people who will listen.This time, he must feel extra mad or extra sensitive, as Showalter has taken to complaining about both teams now.Showalter was upset with the watered down lineup that the Red Sox trotted out against the Yankees last night when both New York and Baltimore were tied atop the American League East standings. Showalter and other reported members of the Orioles are coming off as whiny and hypocritical.Two things that people are getting used to over the past couple of years.What I find humorous is the fact that this was a very similar lineup that the Red Sox used against the Orioles in three straight losses in Baltimore over this pa...
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The Orioles clinched a playoff birth on Sunday. The Orioles. Not only did they clinch a playoff birth, the Orioles are tied for first with the Yankees in the AL East. The Orioles. The team that finished last in the East just a year ago by losing 93 games. The Orioles. A team with a rotation built around Joe Saunders, bandaids, Wei-Yin Chen, a catapult made from Legos and praying...
Things are coming down to the wire, leaving Buck Showalter with some decisions to make as to how to utilize his pitching staff:
The Orioles have clinched a play-off spot. Wow. That feels a little weird to write after the last 14 years (especially given expectations going into this season), but it's true. The team is guaranteed at least a Wild Card spot, and given the...
Does the Orioles' manager hate babies?
BALTIMORE -- Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he's challenged his team to always stay together. They've done that throughout the season and did so once more in an interesting way Sunday afternoon. Moments after the Orioles defeated Boston 6-3 the team came out on to the field at Camden Yards to watch the ninth inning of the Los Angeles-Texas game on the big video board...
BALTIMORE -- Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he's challenged his team to always stay together. They've done that throughout the season and did so once more in an interesting way Sunday afternoon. Moments after the Orioles defeated Boston, 6-3, the team came out on to the field at Camden Yards to watch the ninth inning of the Angels-Rangers game on the big video board...