Baltimore Orioles Approach End of 2015 on High Note
The Baltimore Wire
For the Baltimore Orioles, game 162 will mean absolutely nothing as far as playoff positioning, playoff seeding, etc. Unfortunately, the Baltimore Orioles' season will end tomorrow around 7 p.m.. However, the New York Yankees are still trying to get a ...
Baltimore Orioles: Strange Ending to a Strange Season
The Baltimore Wire
It has indeed been a strange season for the Baltimore Orioles. The high hopes after the 96-win 2014 campaign have led to the most common word describing this year – “disappointing.” The weirdness began early. Spring training was not great, as ...
Yankees stomped, 9-2, by Baltimore Orioles | Rapid reaction
BALTIMORE — The Yankees fell, 9-2, Saturday afternoon in the first game of a doubleheader to the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. Starter Ivan Nova was not good, his bullpen was worse, and the offense looked lifeless at the plate. It was a "B" team ...
After run of winning seasons ends, Orioles fans worry about team's future
But with a disappointing season ending and some of the team's top players headed for free agency, the mood for Baltimore baseball fans is suddenly gloomy. Cardboard boxes nearly outnumbered players in a subdued Orioles clubhouse this past week after ...
Miami Marlins at Philadelphia Phillies game preview
If the Philadelphia Phillies can keep their win streak going, they'll also avoid a dubious distinction. Aaron Harang will try to help take away any possibility of the Phillies reaching 100 losses with another respectable performance against the Miami ...
The Boston Globe
Philadelphia Phillies Need More Pitchers Like Jerad Eickhoff and Aaron Nola
Followers of the Philadelphia Phillies should not be fooled by the success of rookie pitchers Jerad Eickhoff and Aaron Nola. Those are just two men, albeit very young ones, and the last anyone checked a MLB rotation needs five quality starters. Nola, a ...
Jeremy Affeldt rips Phillies fans in hot take after retiring
Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia (blog)
Philadelphia Phillies fans probably remember Jeremy Affeldt best for the 2010 NLCS against the hated San Francisco Giants. He appeared in three games and helped the Giants on to the World Series. He also, according to his writing, was always pretty ...