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This Day in Orioles History: Jim Palmer Earns His First Win, Homers

Have yourself a day Jim Palmer. The Hall of Fame pitcher earned his first win for the Baltimore Orioles on May 16, 1965, against the New York Yankees at Memorial Stadium. Palmer also homered to help the O’s to a … Continue reading

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What do Manny Machado, Jonathan Schoop, and Joey Rickard Have in Common With Cal Ripken Jr., Albert Belle, and Brady Anderson?

Multi-homer games are like extended losing streaks for the 2018 Baltimore Orioles. Despite the seeming frequency of each event, there was still something unique about what happened over the weekend when three different Orioles players had multiple homers in a … Continue reading

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Five Facts About Manny Machado and Multi-Homer Games for the Orioles

It used to mean something to say “I was there the time Manny Machado hit multiple home runs.” These days, not as much. With his two home runs on Sunday versus the Cleveland Indians, Machado already has his third multi-homer … Continue reading

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A Prior 5-11 Start in Baltimore Ended in “One of the Most Remarkable Scenes Maybe That You Will Ever See in Sport”

Where will the 2018 Baltimore Orioles ultimately rank among all O’s teams to start a season 5-11? A 5-11 start to a season has more often than not ended up on the positive side of the ledger for the Orioles … Continue reading

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Tim Beckham Almost “Enjoys” a Record-Tying Effort for the Orioles in the Bronx

The Orioles and Yankees played a wild 14-inning affair starting on Friday night and extending into Saturday morning. The O’s ultimately enjoyed the spoils of a 7-3 victory thanks to a Pedro Alavarez grand slam in extras. Alvarez, who’s been known … Continue reading

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Five Things to Know About Former Orioles Pitcher Eddie Watt As He Turns 77

Former Baltimore Orioles Pitcher Eddie Watt turned 77 on Wednesday. Watt pitched in the majors for 10 seasons with eight of them coming in an O’s uniform. Here are five facts about the Orioles Hall of Famer (Class of 2000).

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This Day in Baltimore Orioles History: The Chris Tillman the O’s Need in 2018 Showed Up on April 2, 2011

Yesterday: The Orioles lost 7-0 to the Minnesota Twins on Sunday, dropping their first season series after opening the 2018 campaign with a victory last Thursday. The O’s also found themselves embroiled in a mini-controversy over unwritten rules when Chance … Continue reading

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