Thursday, August 23, 2007

More on The 30-3 Loss; We Made it Big Time - National Embarrassment, Joke, Whatever...

There's really no good need to do a game review right now.

We all know what happened by now, and if you are reading this blog, there's no need to regurgitate last night's beatdown.

I was talking with my best friend from college and he said, "no, you all did not get your asses beat -- you all got mugged, then robbed, then pucked in the face, stabbed and for good measure you were kicked in the balls..."

That folks, summed up last night.

The Orioles lost game two, 9-7.

We have now made the front story of ESPN.com, FoxSports.com, CNNSi.com, and whatever sporting website you can think of.

This has got to a be new, new low for the Orioles. Yes, last night may have been one of those once-in-a-lifetime-games, but it's like the team just has had bad luck for the past decade and the fans are really feeling it now.

We'll get over it, life will go on, and things will be ok; however, I will never forget Wednesday.

We can go up from here...

The good news is that I got to see is history considering I have probably no to fewer than a thousand or so games in my lfe...

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The Orioles MLB site has the not 'so-lovely' (stealing from Joe Angel) totals from last night from the Yard. Also, our $42 million dollar bullpen sucked worse than ever on Wednesday...

In light of the carnage of last night, Dave Trembley was officially named manager of the Baltimore Orioles and let's hope he takes us closer to the promised land. The players love him, and it's his shot at the big time after 20 years in the minors.

The Washington Post's Tom Boswell has a great piece on Trembley...

Columnist David Steele ponders about the future of the organization from this point on and Gary Lambrecht of the Examiner believes that the Orioles have a lot of work to do compete in the AL East...

Oriole legend Brooks Robinson was recently named to the Rawlings' All-Gold Glove team...

2 comments:

Kenrick Thomas said...

The 30-3 lost in yesterdays game was horrible, and what makes it worse is that the Texas Rangers aren't even a playoff contender!!

The Lady said...

The Orioles have a winning record against the Yankees this season, yet they lose 30-3 to the Rangers yesterday. That's baseball for ya!

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