Tag archive for ‘Baltimore Orioles’
By Jake Archer On Thursday, April 13th, 2017

Buck Showalter Should Probably Worry About His Own Team

Look, Buck Showalter is a good manager and a baseball lifer. He’s been around a long, long time and had some success but for someone who’s never won a championship, he really gets praised quite a bit. To me, More...

By Rocco Constantino On Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Mets Should Assist 1969 World Series Hero Ed Kranepool as Ring Goes Up for Auction

While the New York Mets do not have as many World Series titles as their crosstown counterpart New York Yankees, the two World Series they do have to hold a special place in New York sports history. The 1969 and More...

By Rocco Constantino On Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

Eddie Robinson, Last Living Member of 1948 Cleveland Indians, Makes Trip To World Series

On October 11, 1948, the Cleveland Indians stood on the precipice of the second World Series title in their long and storied history.  They had won the historic, best-of-nine series over the Brooklyn Dodgers and More...

By Brendan Panikkar On Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Aaron Sanchez Solidifies AL Wild-Card Game Start

About a week ago I wrote a piece outlining that the starting pitcher decision for the AL Wild-Card game which is looking more and more likely to be at the Rogers Centre next Tuesday October 4th may not be as clear More...

J.A. Happ
By Brendan Panikkar On Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

AL Wild-Card Scenario: J.A Happ or Aaron Sanchez?

The Toronto Blue Jays squeaked out a win on Monday night against the Seattle Mariners in front of what some are calling Rogers Centre West (thank you Mike Wilner) due to the thousands of Blue Jays fans that stormed More...

By Clayton Richer On Thursday, August 25th, 2016

Time to Place Your Postseason Wagers

The dog days of summer are behind us as the MLB schedule winds down and the playoff picture becomes clearer by the day. As teams continue to jockey for the wild-card berths, all but two divisions are signed, sealed More...

By Rocco Constantino On Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Underrated Pitcher Milt Pappas Dies at 76

On August 10, 1957, Milt Pappas stood on the mound of Memorial Stadium ready to make his Major League Debut as an 18-year old fresh out of Cooley High School in Detroit.  With close to 37,000 people in the stands More...

By Will Hyland On Wednesday, March 30th, 2016

Who Will Win The A.L. East?

Each year, baseball experts across the country attempt to predict the winners of respective divisions, series, awards, and titles. But as we all know, baseball is a game of inches; it’s a game of seconds, More...

Babe Ruth
By Rocco Constantino On Saturday, February 27th, 2016

Top 300 Moments That Shaped Major League Baseball Preview: AL East

From left to right, Babe Ruth, Miller Huggins and Lou Gehrig. Starting on March 1, Baseball Hot Corner will rank the Top 300 moments that shaped baseball history.  All moments from 1900 forward are eligible and More...

Jim Palmer
By Danny Gallagher On Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

Jockey Model Hinted at Comeback With Expos

We’re going back down memory lane with this story. Twenty-five years ago this month as we got close to spring training in West Palm Beach, Jim Palmer almost made his way to the Expos’ camp as a non-roster More...

Mark Trumbo
By Brendan Panikkar On Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015

Mark Trumbo Is On The Move Again

Mark Trumbo is now a member of the Baltimore Orioles The Seattle Mariners and Baltimore Orioles have hooked up for a trade that sends Steve Clevenger to Seattle for lefty C.J. Riefenhauser and first baseman Mark More...

Darren O'Day
By Frank Pimentel On Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Red Sox Target: Darren O’ Day

Dave Dombrowski has a very important off-season ahead of him, and a large wish list in order to get the Boston Red Sox back to the postseason in 2016. Domborwksi had consistent struggles building himself a bullpen More...

AL East
By Clayton Richer On Monday, August 17th, 2015

Breakdown Of Remaining Schedule For Blue Jays, Orioles And Yankees

The American League East resurgence has left the New York Yankees in 1st place with both the Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles occupying the wild-card spots. The Yankees and Orioles both have 46 games More...

Josh Donaldson
By Brendan Panikkar On Monday, July 13th, 2015

AL East First Half Wrap-Up

Josh Donaldson has been the AL East’s best player through the seasons first half. The first half of the MLB regular season is complete. Every AL East team has had their fair share of ups and downs. There is More...

Mookie Betts
By Brendan Panikkar On Monday, June 22nd, 2015

Vol 11: AL East Weekly Wrap-Up

Mookie Betts had a great week for the Boston Red Sox It’s crazy to think this division was a complete laughing stock just a few weeks ago. Look at it now. 4 of the 5 teams have 36+ wins and are playing some More...

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