As the 2017 season slowly and painfully nears its end for the Baltimore Orioles, the team continues to be plagued by horrendous pitching.
Lovers of alternative music aged either side of 30 have been truly spoilt throughout 2016 and 2017, which has undoubtedly marked a return to the glory days.
After a truly remarkable three weeks, the Cleveland Indians must be starting to get used to breaking records and creating history.
A little over a week ago, as the Orioles excitingly put together a seven-game win streak, I started a piece with the old baseball cliché, “A week sure is a long time in baseball…”
The National Basketball League (Australia) Blitz has begun – the preseason Tournament that sees all of the teams hit the court in the home stretch of preseason action before the real stuff starts.
We all knew the win streak would end sooner or later, however we had hoped some consistency would remain.
A week sure is a long time in baseball, ain’t it?
The Orioles are back at .500 and within two games of a playoff spot after sweeping the Red Sox in Boston this past weekend. On Sunday night Dan and Nestor caught up and discussed where the team is at and most importantly, where they’re heading…
While the Orioles trip and tumble towards the final month of the 2017 season, with a playoff berth appearing to be more unlikely every other night, one constant throughout the season has been the breakout year being experienced by young second baseman Jonathan Schoop.
Four seasons ruined, millions of dollars lost, and a once proud reputation shattered to pieces. A lesser club – one not possessing either the financial or supporter base strength – probably wouldn’t have survived.
It was 25 years ago, on Monday 6 April 1992, when the first pitch was thrown in Baltimore’s brand new ballpark, Oriole Park at Camden Yards (OPACY).
As the Orioles stumble their way through their worst season since 2011, there’s been a number of stars – both young and old – who have felt the wrath of Orioles fans and writers alike.