When Matt Wieters hit free agency at the end of the 2016 season, many within Baltimore had hoped that the four time All-Star would ink a new deal with the Orioles – seeing him return to duties behind the dish at Camden Yards in 2017 and beyond.
After a 2016 season which can only be described as disastrous, Caleb Joseph has silenced his critics throughout the Orioles’ first six weeks of the season, culminating with one of the hottest stretches of his career these past few weeks.
At 13-6, there’s certainly no need to worry about how the Orioles are travelling in the early stages of the 2017 season, however, the way in which they are winning does have a few fans slightly nervous.
Every year, MLB’s so-called experts discount Buck Showalter’s team, predicting them to finish near the bottom of the AL East standings with a win total less than 80 (sometimes, even less than 70). However every year, for the last six anyway, the Orioles have proven their doubters wrong.
Playing on a team full of undeniable young talent in the likes of Manny Machado (24), Jonathan Schoop (25), Kevin Gausman (26), and Dylan Bundy (24), it’s pretty hard for any young player to enter the scene and create an immediate sense of hype amongst the fan base.
Powered by a Mark Trumbo home run in the 11th inning, the Orioles continued their run of Opening Day success, accounting for the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2. The win sees the Opening Day streak progress to seven, and makes it 14 of the last 17 – pretty impressive.
The second week of Spring Training has flown by, much like the first, and there’s been plenty to like about the O’s thus far.
The first week of Spring Training has passed by in a flash, with the Orioles finishing the week with a 3-4-1 record.
Six runs, a pair of plunked batters, and a bench-clearer all within four https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-en-pharmacie/ innings will ensure Jeremy Guthrie doesn’t forget his Australian Baseball League (ABL) debut any time soon.
The 2016-17 ABL season has reached its halfway point and as many predicted prior to opening weekend last month, it’s the new and improved Melbourne Aces sitting atop the standings.
Continuing on an important partnership for Australian baseball, the Perth Heat will once again benefit from the services of three young Orioles prospects during the 2016-17 ABL season, with Will Dennis, Lex Rutledge, and Derek Peterson travelling halfway around the world to enjoy an Australian summer of baseball.
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