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Tag Archives: Baltimore Orioles
Voting closed weeks ago, but I’m continuing my posts highlighting each club’s Franchise Four nominees. This post examines the A’s and O’s. Baltimore Orioles Franchise Four Here are the Baltimore Oriole nominees: Paul Blair Dave McNally Eddie Murray Cal Ripken, … Continue reading
Time for my annual preview of the upcoming MLB season. I’ll just say right off the bat that there are a few teams that I really like in the American League. In fact, I could see three new division winners … Continue reading
As of this writing, the Royals are leading the O’s 5-1 in the fifth of Game 1 of the ALCS. I’ve said it already, but it’s really refreshing to see these young, hungry clubs vying for the AL pennant. Tonight … Continue reading
After a thrilling LDS round of play, the League Championship Series are set to begin this weekend. I know baseball takes its lumps these days for several issues: pace of game, length of season, the residual disenchantment with the steroid … Continue reading
We’re in the final week of the MLB regular season, which means the postseason is on deck. To whet your appetite, I offer you this one man show from Bryan Cranston: The regular season winding down means the final curtain … Continue reading
Every year I like to take a stab at forecasting the upcoming MLB Season. I’ll start with the AL East. A decade ago, this was baseball’s glamour division. There was a time you could pencil the Yankees and Red Sox … Continue reading
Well, another MLB regular season is in the books. I’m stoked about the playoffs this year; there’s the potential for some really great matchups. I do have to admit that I’m NOT digging new two wild card format. While I … Continue reading
Time for my annual MLB previews and predictions, starting with MLB’s glamor division, the AL East. 1st place: Tampa Bay Rays I really wanted to pick the Yankees here, but in the end, this game is about pitching and no … Continue reading
Waiting a few weeks into the season has given me the advantage of seeing a few things. Like the Red Sox TERRIBLE start. Like Manny’s sudden retirement and Evan Longoria’s strained oblique muscle. Like Phil Hughes’ utter lack of velocity. … Continue reading