Baltimore Orioles

Baltimore Orioles Adley Rutschman
Jim Marshall - May 22, 2022

The Baltimore Orioles have called up top prospect Adley Rutschman. He made his major league debut in front of the Orioles fans on Saturday. He tripled in his second at-bat of the day. Their overall top prospect hopes to be the team’s catcher for the next decade and lead an Orioles staff that has some […]


Jim Marshall - Apr 4, 2022

The Baltimore Orioles have traded Tanner Scott and Cole Sulser to the Miami Marlins. It comes as a surprise move that caught fans off-guard. In return, the team gets two low level prospects in left-handed pitcher Antonio Velez, outfielder Kevin Guerrero. Also in the deal will be a competitive balance B draft pick and a player to […]

Jim Marshall - Mar 28, 2022

The Baltimore Orioles‘ bullpen must be better if they are going to have any kind of a successful season. The big problem with them in the 2021 season was inconsistency. There were times the bullpen would be spot-on; other times they would be horrendous. In a forgetful 2021, the Oriole bullpen had the worst ERA, 5.70, […]

Jim Marshall - Mar 13, 2022

Jordan Lyles officially joins the Baltimore Orioles, a move that was agreed upon more than three months ago. They had agreed to terms with the veteran just ahead of the midnight expiration of Major League Baseball’s collective bargaining agreement on December 2nd. Contract Details The deal is worth $5.5 million in 2022, plus a $500,000 […]

Orioles Guardians
Dan Jaycox - Mar 8, 2022

Orioles 2, Guardians 1 (This game was the result of a simulation done through What If Sports. It matched the Baltimore Orioles All-Time Team against the Cleveland Guardians All-Time Team. This game did not actually happen.) A 2–1 final score between the Orioles and Guardians came as no surprise with Bob Feller and Jim Palmer on […]

Orioles All-Time

Baltimore Orioles All-Time Team Last Word on Baseball is running a tournament pitting all 30 all-time rosters against each other. Here is the Baltimore Orioles all-time team. The Orioles’ history begins in 1954, when the perennial doormat St. Louis Browns moved east and rebranded. Upon arrival in Baltimore, the Orioles spent the next decade building […]

Jim Marshall - Sep 6, 2021

Ryan Mountcastle is chasing the team rookie home run record. The Baltimore Orioles‘ power hitter has come out of nowhere and is closing in on the franchise home run record for a rookie. As of this article, the new fan-favorite has 25 home runs with 28 games to play. If Mountcastle continues hitting home runs […]

2021 New York Mets
Anthony Walsh - Jun 17, 2021

2021 New York Mets Week 10 In Review 6/7-6/13 Tuesday Hoping to bounce back from his previous performance, David Peterson started off the week for the 2021 New York Mets against Bruce Zimmermann and the Baltimore Orioles. Once again, Peterson got the early lead off of a Pete Alonso two-run home run in the top of the […]

Nick Castellanos

Ejection Inspection 2021, Weeks One and Two Welcome to the return of Ejection Inspection! This will appear every Thursday throughout the season, although this edition is late due to health reasons. It will track all ejections from the previous week of games, running from Thursday to Wednesday. Also, it will list whether the author – […]

100-win seasons
Caleb Begley - Apr 8, 2021

One of the truly great marks in the game of baseball is the 100-win milestone. If in a single season, one team manages to emerge victorious 100 times, it’s something that is truly outstanding…yet also something that is somewhat trivial. A team makes the playoffs and that seems to be the end. They celebrate, pouring […]

Previewing The 2021 Baltimore Orioles
Doug Winkey - Mar 30, 2021

It’s time to preview the 2021 Baltimore Orioles as Opening Day approaches! The rebuild continues for the AL East franchise. This may not be a good season, but this team finally has some quality bodies on the farm and may compete in two or three seasons. What should fans expect this year as they bide […]

AL MVP Candidates
Jeremy Breland - Mar 24, 2021

The American League East is stacked with talented players and teams, and some are more well known than others. The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox receive much of the attention. The Tampa Bay Rays and Toronto Blue Jays have performed better in recent years, but appear to be heading in two different directions. […]

Zack Britton
Jeremy Breland - Feb 2, 2021

Zack Britton makes $13 million per year. This makes him the sixth-highest paid reliever in baseball. Can a player be underrated if he earns that much? Somehow, Britton fits this label. In fact, he might also be underappreciated. As a fan of the New York Yankees, it is easy to see that Britton does not […]

Cheating Baseball
Richard Daniels - Jan 22, 2021

I am a cheater. I confess to cheating during JUCO sanctioned games in the mid-80’s by stuffing two tennis balls into the barrel of my old green Easton 35/31. The balls were spaced to roughly frame the sweet spot of the bat. A little super glue sealed the cap back on and I went on […]

Chris Larson - Jan 4, 2021

Five Teams Interested in Yasiel Puig Recent Yasiel Puig rumors show the free agent outfielder is garnering interest from a handful of teams. According to a report Monday from Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, Puig has five teams interested in his services, including the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, Houston Astros, Miami Marlins, and Baltimore […]

Baltimore Orioles 2020
AJ Russo - Oct 19, 2020

Fans in Baltimore have already moved on to the NFL and their beloved Ravens. Laying on the couch at half time of the football game, it’s still nice to dream about what coulda been or what could be for the Baltimore Orioles next season. The fans in Baltimore are good at this. After all, they’ve […]



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Pignatano's Passing
Joe Rini - May 22, 2022

Joe Pignatano’s passing caused a moment of reflection for  New York baseball fans. Nurturer of tomato plants and relief pitchers for the New York Mets, he passed away on May 23 in Naples, Florida. He was 92 years old. A veteran of six major league seasons, this former catcher coached for 20 years in the […]

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Lewis Masella - May 22, 2022

The New York Yankees suffered a big blow to their relief corps this weekend. Veteran pitcher Chad Green is done for the season and likely beyond, as he requires Tommy John surgery. Green has been one of the team’s more reliable relief pitchers for several years. With Aroldis Chapman struggling again, the last thing that […]

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Jim Marshall - May 22, 2022

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Max Scherzer
Caleb Begley - May 22, 2022

New York Mets right hander Max Scherzer will miss the next six to eight weeks with an oblique injury, per Andy McCullough of The Athletic. Max Scherzer has a “moderate to high-grade” oblique strain, the Mets say. He will miss six to eight weeks. — Andy McCullough (@ByMcCullough) May 19, 2022 Scherzer started Wednesday night’s […]

Ian Kennedy

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Rangers Angels
Nate Miller - May 22, 2022

Rangers 6, Angels 5   ARLINGTON, Texas, May 18 — The Texas Rangers completed the sweep of the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night, as they won by a final score of 6–5. Jonah Heim, and Nathaniel Lowe were the heroes in this one. Heim had a couple of base hits, and Lowe had a […]