Kansas City Royals outfielder Jarrod Dyson took a knee to the head from Baltimore Orioles third baseman Ryan Flaherty on Tuesday night, and the speedster doesn’t think it was an accident. After the game, Dyson said he believes Flaherty “put the knee down” on him during the pick-off attempt. “He put the knee down,” he...Read More
Sunday was a special day at Fenway Park, as the Boston Red Sox honored their northern New England neighbors by celebrating “Maine Day” in their series finale against the Baltimore Orioles.
The occasion was especially fitting for Orioles infielder Ryan Flaherty, who grew up in Portland, Maine and was named the Pine Tree State’s Gatorade High School Player of the Year during...
Ryan Flaherty has become a liability for the Baltimore Orioles this season.
On every Little League baseball team in America, there is the same kid.
You know this kid. Everyone knows this kid.
He tries hard, he really does. And occasionally, he’ll make a good thing happen, like leaning into a pitch to get on base or not committing a throwing error to first base on a routine grounder...
Baltimore Orioles infielder Ryan Flaherty was the victim of an unusual strikeout during Monday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays when an umpire ruled he swung at a pitch that hit him in the leg.
It happened in the top of the fourth inning as Flaherty appeared to check his swing on an 0-2 pitch from Rays pitcher Chris Archer that hit him in the back ankle. Flaherty immediately...
Ryan Flaherty's two-run home run in the 10th inning earned the Baltimore Orioles a 3-3 tie with a Boston Red Sox split squad on Friday.
The Red Sox scored two runs in the top of the 10th on a home run by Juan Carlos Linares and an RBI single by Ronald Bermudez.
In the bottom of the 10th, Russ Canzler singled with two outs, and Flaherty, who already has a game-winning home run...
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March 15, 2013
Game-ending home runs in spring training are not a big deal. However, Ryan Flaherty enjoyed his.
A year ago, Flaherty was a Rule 5 draft choice of the Baltimore Orioles, and he stayed with the team the entire season, and even hit a home run in the Division Series against the New York Yankees.
Flaherty isn't a sure thing to make the roster this year, but manager Buck Showalter...
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March 07, 2013
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Typically I’m not impressed by ballplayers catching fly balls and home runs with their hats. These guys are major leaguers for a reason. They should have the hand-eye coordination needed to pull off a catch like that, but I’m giving credit to Orioles reliever Luis Ayala because this home run was absolutely stung by Ryan Flaherty.