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Matt Moore attempts to become the first pitcher in Tampa Bay history to win nine straight decisions on Sunday when the Rays and the Baltimore Orioles close out their three-game set at Camden Yards.
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Last night's game was a crazy one but sadly resulted in the O's third straight loss.
The flahrt of the order will have to go by a different name, as Ryan Flaherty has been optioned to Norfolk.
Just as the Orioles did last night, the Tides fell behind early then rallied in the 8th inning but couldn't come up with the win.
Jair Jurrjens had his contract purchased, Alex Burnett was optioned, Nolan Reimold was placed on the disabled list, and Jake Arrieta was recalled.
"Brooks never asked anyone to name a candy bar after him. In Baltimore, people named their children after him." - Gordon Beard "I don't see why you reporters keep confusing Brooks and me.
Nick Ciuffo, a catcher at Lexington High School and a Mount Pleasant native, is projected as a first-round MLB draft pick Nick Ciuffo has been invited to MLB Network studios in New York for the first round on June 6, and for good reason.
Nothing like a game of catch with Dad. How about on Father's Day, and on the field at Camden Yards? The Baltimore Orioles announced Friday that the club is selling special ticket packages that will allow fans to do just that.
Orioles DH and 2B feel like they must be the worst in the American League. Sadly, this is true.
To avoid a forfeit and fine, manager Hugh Jennings recruited college players and others; they lost to the Philadelphia A's 24-2. Joe Travers gave up all 24 runs on 26 hits.
The Baltimore Orioles sit just behind the New York Yankees at the top of the AL East , but their starting pitching issues could eventually sink their postseason hopes.
The affiliates go 2 for 4, with the Tides and the Baysox winning while the Keys and the Shorebirds lost.
So, we had a lot of fun this past off season marveling at the out of left field signings by the Warehouse.
Mar 5, 2013; Dunedin, FL, USA; Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Emilio Bonifacio singles on a bunt against the Baltimore Orioles during the bottom of the first inning of a spring training game at Florida Auto Exchange Park.
Alexi Amarista doubled twice and added a two-run homer and Everth Cabrera had four hits with an RBI, as the San Diego Padres bested the Baltimore Orioles, 8-4, to complete a two-game interleague sweep at Camden Yards.