The Orioles won the game 13-7 and a catching prospect in the farm system, Brian Bock hit two homers. As well, single-A pitcher, Brandon Erbe struck out six.
Anyhow, the O, By the Way blog has a brief description of the action yesterday, and Childs Walker of the
In light of the day off from ‘real’ Major League action, the same concerns about the Orioles remain as the Toronto Blue Jays come back into the Yard tonight. Well, although the team is 10 games behind
As bad things have been, it could be a lot worse considering what has happened to the pitching staff in the first two months.
Roch Kubatko updated his blog this morning with thoughts of the upcoming series and other stuff. Also, Spencer Fordin has a mailbag with questions pertaining to the Baltimore Orioles.
From here on out, for the next month or so, we face the Blue Jays, Athletics, Royals, Angels, Mariners,
Unless you have been on vacation away from the
Perlozzo is captain of the ship when it comes to managing the team, so he’s culpable for what happens on the field. However, it seems like the more things have changed with the Orioles, the more they have stayed the same. Although the team is much improved from the 2006 version, a lot of same problems remain.
I just think some of the players need to look in the mirror and ask themselves what is my role in the team being 20-24, and what I can do to play better?
If you have a moment, read this piece from Orioles Hangout’s Tony Pente, as it articulates what the problems with the current team is.
Right now, I sense a lot of fan apathy, and if keeps going at this rate, the attendance will dip even further and further down.