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Today in Orioles History: Two Eutaw Street Home Runs, Including the First Ever

Two Eutaw Street Home Runs happened on this date in Orioles history. Former Orioles catcher Mickey Tettleton hit the first Eutaw Street Home Run in the history of Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the Detroit Tigers on this day … Continue reading

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The Eutaw Street Chronicles: Andre Ethier, April 20, 2013

“It was just one of those days. It felt like anything we did didn’t go our way.” -Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly The Eutaw Street Chronicles: April 20, 2013 Hitter: Andre Ethier, Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher: Jason Hammel, Orioles When it … Continue reading

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Today in Orioles History: Which Hitter’s First Two Homers Were Grand Slams?

Third baseman Fritzie Connally hit his first career home run, a grand slam off of the Toronto Blue Jays’ Doyle Alexander, but it wasn’t enough for the O’s as they lost at Exhibition Stadium 6-5 on this day in Orioles history, April … Continue reading

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Today in Orioles History: Matt Wieters Walks It Off in Grand Fashion

Matt Wieters’ walk-off grand slam gave the Orioles a 10-6 victory versus the Tampa Bay Rays on this day in Baltimore Orioles history, April 18, 2013. Nick Markakis, Manny Machado, and Adam Jones all singled in the top of the … Continue reading

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Considering the Orioles’ Five Home Runs in Historical Context

The Orioles went deep five times in Friday night’s 11-5 victory versus the Texas Rangers. Mark Trumbo became the first O’s batter to homer twice in the same inning. Here’s how the team’s collective long ball effort stacks up historically. (All … Continue reading

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Orioles Victory Song No. 8: You Dropped a Bomb on Me

Orioles 11 – Rangers 5 WP: Worley (1-0) LP: Wilhelmsen (1-1) HR: Trumbo 2 (5), Schoop 2 (3), Reimold (2) Box Score Mark Trumbo became the first Orioles batter to homer twice in one inning, Jonathan Schoop went deep in … Continue reading

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Seven-Game Win Streaks Are Fun. Just Ask the 1966 Orioles.

Throughout the 2016 season Roar from 34 will use Flashback Fridays to remember the 1966 Baltimore Orioles and to honor the 50th anniversary of the franchise’s first World Series title. Your Baltimore Orioles opened the 2016 season with a seven-game win streak. … Continue reading

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