Five Teams to Watch In the Second Half

The second half is underway and there are a handful of teams looking to get back to the post season, some waiting longer than others. The National League features a pair of teams who find themselves shockingly in first place. Meanwhile, the American League has an early three-team race for the Wild Card with one … Continue reading Five Teams to Watch In the Second Half

Wieters Crushes Double in O’s Second Straight Walk-Off Win

Orioles 5, Phillies 4 (10 innings) WP – David O’Day (0-1, 3.06) LP – Joe Savery (4-0, 1.78) BALTIMORE — The quality that Baltimore that has made it such a successful team in the league’s toughest division is that they have the ability to strike at any given moment. A pair of timely sources of … Continue reading Wieters Crushes Double in O’s Second Straight Walk-Off Win

O’s Win On Jones Walk-Off

Orioles 6, Phillies 4 (12 innings) WP – Luis Ayala (2-1, 1.93) LP – B.J. Rosenberg (0-1, 18.00) BALTIMORE — B.J. Rosenberg didn’t expect his welcome to the Big Leagues to turn out quite like that. Adam Jones did the honors, sending Rosenberg 0-1 slider into centerfield for a walk-off, two-run homer to give the … Continue reading O’s Win On Jones Walk-Off

Series Preview: at Baltimore Orioles

PHI: 28-31, 5th in NL East;┬áBAL: 32-25, 1st in AL East When: June 8-10 Where: Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore, MD) Probable Pitchers Friday: Joe Blanton (4-6, 5.27) vs Jake Arriete (2-7, 5.53) Saturday: Vance Worley (3-2, 3.38) vs Tommy Hunter (2-3, 5.59) Sunday: Cliff Lee (0-3, 2.92) vs Jason Hammel (6-2, 2.67) Broadcast … Continue reading Series Preview: at Baltimore Orioles

NL Loses Again

For the 13th year, the National League has failed to beat the American League in the mid summer classic. For the third straight year, the NL lost by one run. Curtis Granderson of the Tigers hit a triple to left in the eighth and scored on a sacrifice fly by Adam Jones of the Orioles … Continue reading NL Loses Again