Monthly Archives: October 2010

Watch Out for Batted Balls? Not in 2010

No player hit a Eutaw Street home run in 2010. It was only the second time in Camden Yards history that fans could stroll down Eutaw Street during baseball season without heeding the club’s advice to “Watch Out For Batted … Continue reading

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Which was the Orioles’ best walk-off win in 2010?

There weren’t many things the Baltimore Orioles did better than other teams this season; however, walk-off wins did become something of a specialty at Camden Yards in 2010. The O’s enjoyed a dozen walk-offs, half of which came during Buck … Continue reading

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Don Larsen was far from perfect in Baltimore

It took one day for the Major League Baseball playoffs to produce a legendary moment. Roy Halladay became only the second pitcher in baseball history to throw a postseason no-hitter.The other was former Oriole Don Larsen, who pitched a perfect … Continue reading

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The top five teams with a gripe toward the Orioles

For those of us fans whose teams are on the outside looking in during the playoffs (again), it’s the time of year for season recaps. To that end, Roar from 34 considers which five teams have the biggest beef with … Continue reading

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