Tag archive for ‘Baltimore Orioles’
By Jake Archer On Friday, May 12th, 2017
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Buck Showalter Says That Mookie Betts Might Be The Best Player In Baseball

I don’t know exactly what to make of this yet, because Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter seems to love needling the Boston Red Sox, not praising them. Maybe he wants to cool the tension between the two More...

By Jake Archer On Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017
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This Red Sox and Orioles Rivalry Is Good For Baseball

On Tuesday night at Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles rivalry hit an all time high and I for one, am excited about it. On the first pitch to Orioles superstar third baseman Manny Machado in More...

By Ben Porter On Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017
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The Red Sox and Orioles Are On The Brink of War

So a little over a week ago, Baltimore Orioles young stud Manny Machado slid into second base and landed a spike into the calf of Boston Red Sox veteran Dustin Pedroia. In retaliation, Matt Barnes threw behind More...

By Jake Archer On Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
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I’m So Sick Of Good Red Sox Fans Being Lumped In With The Bad Ones

Boston is a fantastic city and a great sports town. I would never want to live anywhere else, and I know that sounds easy to say because of all of the winning that goes on here. But it isn’t just about the winning More...

By Ben Porter On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
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The Red Sox Rivalry Situation As Told By It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia

So yesterday I was watching It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia on Netflix during some of my free time when I had quite the realization. In preparation for the upcoming rivalry matchup between the Boston Red Sox More...

By Jake Archer On Monday, April 24th, 2017
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Matt Barnes Gets A 4 Game Suspension For Throwing Behind Manny Machado’s Head

News just broke that Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Matt Barnes was hit with a 4-game suspension for throwing up around the head of Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado. The pitch was in retaliation for More...

By Jake Archer On Thursday, April 13th, 2017
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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
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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
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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
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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...

By Brendan Panikkar On Tuesday, September 20th, 2016
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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
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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
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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
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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...

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By Rocco Constantino On Saturday, February 27th, 2016
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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...








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