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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


Baltimore Orioles: Turnabout is fair play

The Baltimore Orioles are back in Charm City, and that’s a very good place for them to be right now. On Wednesday the Birds finished up a ten-game road trip, all games of which were out west. 226 more words

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Baltimore Orioles: Wild Card Contenders?

Heading into the July 31st trade deadline, those among the national media pegged the Baltimore Orioles as sellers, and BIG sellers at that. With a bullpen rich in talent with Britton, Brach, O’Day, and Givens, along with a controllable super-star in… 545 more words


Tim Beckham's time in the lineup may be dwindling

For an underperforming team at the trade deadline that was three games under .500, four-and-a-half games out of a Wildcard spot, and six-and-a-half out of the division race,  the Orioles were considered to be sellers. 626 more words


Baltimore Orioles sweep Kansas City away behind Jeremy Hellickson

Jeremy Hellickson wasn’t a member of the Baltimore Orioles in 2014 when they were unceremoniously swept in the ALCS by Kansas City. However there had to be a few Orioles who were thinking about that last night as the Birds swept Kansas City behind a dominant effort by Hellickson in his  Orioles’ debut. 433 more words

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Hellickson Helps Orioles Beat Royals 6-0 For 3-Game Sweep

BALTIMORE (AP) — Jeremy Hellickson threw seven outstanding innings in his Orioles debut, Caleb Joseph homered and Baltimore beat the Kansas City Royals 6-0 Wednesday night to complete a three-game sweep. 113 more words


Hellickson Set For Baltimore Debut Against Royals

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Orioles could complete a three-game sweep of the Kansas City Royals with a victory on Wednesday night.

While Kansas City (55-50) still holds the second American League wild-card spot, Baltimore (52-54) is only 3 1/2 games behind the Royals. 81 more words