Daily Archives: June 23, 2010

Who else will be blogging from the Orioles’ press box?

Thanks to everyone who followed along with my live blogging efforts from the Camden Yards press box on Tuesday night. The Orioles are considering developing a credentialing process for bloggers, and they’re using this homestand as a kind of test … Continue reading

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Quick Recap: Marlins 10 – Orioles 4

It’s difficult to know what you’ll get with Jeremy Guthrie these days. He hit two batters on Tuesday night. No surprises there. He allowed no home runs in six innings of work. Now that is a surprise. This was Guthrie’s … Continue reading

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Marlins 10 – Orioles 4

Looking on the bright side, the Orioles got this one over with in less than three hours. -30-

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Forget a big bat, give me some guys who can hit line drives

More fan comments (because you can hear them). This one directed toward Matt Albers, who left with the bases loaded, no outs, and the game about to get very ugly in the ninth: “Go back to Triple-A.” The Marlins have … Continue reading

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Ain’t too proud to beg

A woman seated near the press box summed up this evening, and essentially the season, when she let out a pleading “Come on, guys” during the eight inning. The Orioles had a good chance to rally with runners on first … Continue reading

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Markakis is a lone bright spot

Nick Markakis made a nice grab up against the out-of-town scoreboard to end the eighth inning. You really can’t get a full appreciation for how good this guy is in the field until you see him in person. For my … Continue reading

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Jake Fox almost gets it done

Orioles trail 6-3 after seven innings. In his first at-bat for Baltimore, Jake Fox nearly sent the crowd into a frenzy with a deep drive to center that would’ve tied the game. Instead, it was a warning-track out that moved … Continue reading

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