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The Baltimore Orioles celebrated the 20th anniversary of Camden Yards this year. A few more winning seasons and the Orioles just might get back to the sell-out crowds that filled Camden Yards in 1992 and for nearly a decade thereafter.The high-water mark for attendance at Camden Yards was in 1997...
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Chris Tillman pitched eight innings of one-hit ball, Ryan Flaherty hit his first career grand slam and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 9-1 Friday night to secure their grip on the top AL wild-card spot.
Chris Davis also homered for the Orioles, who started the day one game behind the first-place Yankees in the AL East.
Tillman (9-2) gave up a bunt single to leadoff...
I have a post up this morning over at Camden Depot.breaking down player contribution to this season's team with what GM brought them to town. Enjoy!
After losing three out of their last four games, the Orioles needed a win in the worst way in game 156 of the season. With a Yankees win earlier in the afternoon, and the Rays, Angels along with the Athletics having won as well on Wednesday, another loss to Toronto would have added more angst to those in Birdland.
However, the Orioles got their swagger back as they went all-homer...
BALTIMORE -- Ryan Flaherty hit a first-inning grand slam moments after Chris Davis got a two-run homer, and starter Chris Tillman threw eight solid innings as the Baltimore Orioles rolled to a 9-1 victory over the Red Sox Friday night. The win helped the Orioles remain in charge of their playoff destiny. Victories in three of their last five games will guarantee Baltimore (90-67...
Chris Davis hit his 30th home run, rookie Manny Machado lined a go-ahead shot in the seventh inning and the Baltimore Orioles climbed into a tie atop the AL East by defeating the Boston Red Sox 4-3 Saturday night.
After finishing in the division cellar in each of the previous four seasons, Baltimore (91-67) is now in first place with the New York Yankees. Both teams have four games...
BALTIMORE -- The Orioles honored Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson before Saturday's game with Boston, unveiling a statue of him behind the bullpen in left-center field. Robinson spoke to the press a few minutes later and mentioned the way rookie third baseman Manny Machado's caught his eye. And with the way this season's gone for the Orioles, who else could...
As a “thank you” to fans for their support throughout the 2012 season, the Orioles will hold their annual Fan Appreciation Celebration during their last series of the season when they host the Boston Red Sox for three games, Friday, September 28 through Sunday, September 30 at Oriole Park.
The three day celebration includes many opportunities for the Orioles to give back...
It's been one year since the Red Sox were knocked out of the playoffs by the Baltimore Orioles. In the course of the world, that might not be a very long time. On the other hand, looking back at what's happened to the Sox and O's since then, it might as well have been forever ago. This time, the roles are reversed with Baltimore fighting for a playoff spot and Boston...
The end of the regular season is almost here, and, judging by the pace of Friday's game, it can't get here fast enough. Chris Tillman allowed a leadoff single to Scott Podsednik, but that was all the Red Sox could muster as the Orioles cruised past them in a 2:23 game to win 9-1. It was a needed win for the Orioles as they try to keep pace with the Yankees in the divisional...
Could Deion Sanders have cured the Orioles offensive doldrums?Via CSN:
The Orioles beat the Red Sox.
They are tied for first.
A win tomorrow and an Angels loss means the Orioles are in the playoffs.
Note: Pitching matchups are subject to change
Friday, September 28 @ 7:05 PM
Aaron Cook, RHP (4-10, 5.13) vs Chris Tillman, RHP (8-2, 3.08)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday Audio
Saturday, September 29 @ 7:05 PM
Felix Doubront, LHP (11-9, 4.91) vs Steve Johnson, RHP (4-0, 1.62)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday Audio...
The Baltimore Orioles are so close, they can taste it. They haven’t been in the postseason for a while but they appear to be in good shape to end that drought. All it takes is one more good week – or one more so-so week – and they’re in.
Playing the role of spoiler will be the Boston Red Sox, who could really use a decent finish to head into the offseason...