Tag: Baltimore Orioles

June 22, 2017 Kyle Andrews No comments exist

The Baltimore Orioles fell to the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday night, 5-1. However, Orioles starting pitcher Kevin Gausman felt that his outing went pretty well. After the game was delayed by 44 minutes, Gausman’s final line for the game was 5 2/3 innings, allowing six hits, three runs, three earned runs, two batters walked, a…

June 6, 2017 Kyle Andrews No comments exist

After a 2-1 series win against the New York Yankees at home, the Baltimore Orioles would take on one of their other division rivals in the Boston Red Sox. The series would be a pivotal one, as it is four games. Game 1 The Orioles took Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez deep four times….

April 16, 2017 Brian Waters No comments exist

First African-American MLB Player Every year, we celebrate Jackie Robinson, the first African-American MLB player. In 2007, Ken Griffey Jr. talked with then commissioner Bud Selig about celebrating Robinson by wearing the number 42 every April 15th. As the tradition continues, I decided to put together my all-time all African-American MLB team. This includes guys I…

April 14, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

Thursday night was a masterful pitching showdown in the Rodgers Centre. Francisco Liriano and Kevin Gausman battled it out. In the end, Gausman and the Baltimore Orioles won a nailbiter 2-1 in Toronto. “I know that they know they’re scuffling,” Gausman said. “It’s kind of that mentally, put your foot on their throat while they’re…

April 13, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

BOSTON — The Orioles had all kinds of trouble with Steven Wright’s knuckleball in two matchups last season. Not on Wednesday night as they let loose on Wright scoring six runs in the first inning alone. Trey Mancini hit two of Baltimore’s five home runs — all in the first three innings — and the…

February 21, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

On Tuesday morning, the Washington Nationals signed former Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters on a two-year, $21 million deal. It was first reported by FanRag Sports that Wieters and the Nationals were close to an agreement. According to a source, the deal is for $10 million in 2017 and $11 million for 2018, for which…

November 16, 2016 No comments exist

The window to accept qualifying offers has closed, meaning it is time to get into the heat of Major League Baseball’s free agency. This means it’s time for teams to spend money like they are playing Monopoly. Notable players that declined qualifying offers in search of mega-deals include outfielders Mark Trumbo, Dexter Fowler, Jose Bautista, Yoenis…

November 9, 2016 No comments exist

The Rawlings Gold Glove Awards ceremony revealed the winners of the honor Tuesday. Position American League Winner National League Winner Pitcher Dallas Keuchel– Houston Astros Zack Greinke– Arizona Diamondbacks Catcher Salvador Perez– Kansas City Royals *Buster Posey– San Francisco Giants First Base *Mitch Moreland– Texas Rangers *Anthony Rizzo– Chicago Cubs Second Base *Ian Kinsler– Detroit…

November 8, 2016 No comments exist

Ahead of Tuesday night’s Rawlings Gold Glove Awards ceremony, four of Fox Sports writers predict each position’s winner of the honor. Jacob Baumgart (@baumgart_jacob) Byron Dixon (BKD_TV) Brian Waters (@BrianHWaters) Nicolas Wilcox (@nick_wilcox25)   American League Position Baumgart   Dixon     Waters     Wilcox   Pitcher Justin Verlander Justin Verlander Dallas Keuchel Justin…