The O’s Win The Pennant!!

Congratulations to Rick Schue of Elkton for nailing the trivia contest. Rick’s winning efforts hasve earned him a commenorative Roberto Alomar loogie and a shrivelled Brady Anderson testicle. Keep looking for more fun contests. The answers were as follows: 1954, orange, […]

Spring Continues…Say what?

So we’re still 18 days away from the first significant pitch of the year. This Spring, some of the O’s have been better than expected. Some have been worse than expected. And some have been just about exactly what was […]

Spring Game vs. Minnesota

Some of the Orioles played today against the Minnesota Twins. Some of the Orioles even had hits (Mark Reynolds 2-3, Markakis 1-3, JJ Hardy 1-2, and Josh Bell 1-2). None of the Orioles scored. None of the Orioles had an […]

Top 5 Memorable Moments in Orioles’ Modern History

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Top 5 Memorable Moments in Orioles’ Modern History First, let’s define “Modern History.” Modern history is anything I can remember. So in baseball/Orioles terms, modern history is anything 1980 and beyond. Sorry Frank, sorry Boog, sorry Brooks. You’re not included […]

February baseball–you really paying attention?

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I really have been questioning the importance of Spring Training in the lives of most people. What is it really? It’s a chance for retirees to pretend they’re still relevant—they get to see the teams they love from the cities […]

Not Your Father’s Orioles–A New Day In Baltimore

Not Your Father’s Orioles—Dan Hirsch Pitchers & catchers are set to report. Before you know it, spring will be blooming and the birds, returning home. After an unusually active off-season, you might not completely recognize the team on the field. […]