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There's no chance to compete without adding starting pitching.

Here we are, just 37 days away from pitchers and catchers reporting to the Ed Smith Stadium Complex in Sarasota, Florida. In just over seven weeks, the thoughts of daily baseball routines, fresh cut grass and warmer weather all return. 546 more words


Baltimore Orioles fall out of playoff contention

In my season preview I predicted that the Baltimore Orioles would at the very least be in playoff contention until the end of the season. At the end of the day, I was technically right – however with last night’s 9-6 loss, the Orioles were officially eliminated from the playoff picture. 412 more words

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Bread and Butter

Whether it’s Britton’s cutter, Kershaw’s curve, or Sale’s slider, every pitcher has their bread and butter pitch. It’s their version of the one play you run in Madden that nobody can stop. 775 more words


Baltimore Orioles swept away in prime time

Jeremy Hellickson turned in a quality start last night for the Baltimore Orioles. Hellickson’s line: 6.0 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 0 BB, 1 K. Hellickson pitched to contact for most of the night, as evidenced by the zero walks. 429 more words

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Mariners take a Leake

The Mariners currently rank 28th in the MLB in starting pitcher WAR, and so they have attempted to bolster their rotation by acquiring Mike Leake, cash, and international cash in return for SS Rayder Ascanio. 539 more words


Friday Nightmare


BOSTON (AP) _ Mark Trumbo and Chris Davis had home runs, and the Baltimore Orioles used a seven-run fifth inning to power past the Boston Red Sox 16-3 on Friday night. 477 more words


Week 17, 18, and 19 Recaps: Trades, Winning, and the Loss of a Franchise Icon

Well, I certainly took a hell of a couple weeks to fall behind. When I first started this article, it was going to be posted before July 31 and analyze the potential trade pieces. 1,427 more words