Baltimore Orioles

3rd AL East | 85-71
  • Batting Avg
    .256 AVG
  • Runs
    720 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.28 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    179 HR
  • Let's get wild! Predicting baseball's sprint to the finish

    Let's get wild! Predicting baseball's sprint to the finish

    Here we are: one week to go. The division races are all wrapped up, with only a few bows left to be tied. The AL's best record is still up for grabs, but most of the attention will be directed toward the wild-card races. Let's examine the final week (with playoff odds courtesy of American League Schedule: NYY (1), BAL (3), @BOS (3) Scheduled starters: J.A. Happ, Aaron Sanchez, Francisco Liriano, Marcus Stroman, Marco Estrada, Happ, Sanchez Noteworthy: The Blue Jays have held a playoff position since Aug. 13 and one of the wild-card spots since Sept. 6. The Jays are sitting pretty after taking the first three games of this Yankees series. What John Gibbons would love is for

  • Who would be the lucky 25 on an Orioles postseason roster?
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    Who would be the lucky 25 on an Orioles postseason roster?

    A week from now, the Orioles season will be over — or it will be just beginning.  The guess here is that the Orioles make it into the postseason, and they’ll return to Toronto just days after they left it for the wild-card game on Oct. 4.  Of course, the Orioles could host that wild-card game eight days from now, but that would assume they beat out the Toronto Blue Jays, whom they trail by 1 ½ games. The Blue Jays play the Yankees tonight, and if they lose, the Orioles will trail by a game. If they win, it’s two games, and the Orioles have to sweep in order to leave Toronto with the advantage.  Incidentally, if the Orioles and Blue Jays end the regular season with the same record, the team that

  • The Huffington Post

    Does Playing National Anthem At Sporting Events Promote Unity and Patriotism?

    Most of us understand the unique blessing of living in a country which is a political democracy with a high standard of living. We also know that we owe that freedom to brave soldiers who have risked or given their lives to defend our country and way of life. The protest of 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick has brought renewed attention to the ceremonial honoring of the country. How did the playing of the national anthem become associated with sporting events? Does it truly enhance our sense of unity and patriotism and honor our soldiers to play it before every collegiate and professional game of football, baseball, basketball, hockey and other sports--or should it be saved for special national