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Revival of winning attitude, comebacks, wins and sweeps have this year's O's thinking big

It’s easy to look at the Orioles’ record and see just how different this year’s team is from last year’s, but it wasn’t until last night that I realized how much the overall mentality of the entire club has changed. On MASN’s postgame show, O’s Xtra, I interviewed Kevin Millar and suggested that it must be comfortable going into game 3 of the Houston

Tejada's first visit to Baltimore since trade brings mixed reactions

Miguel Tejada returned to Camden Yards as an Astro last night and went 0-for. The Baltimore crowd didn’t receive the former Oriole All-Star very well. From his first at-bat until his last, Tejada was booed by the crowd. It’s understandable. Tejada made it clear he didn’t want to be an Oriole and demanded to be traded in both the 2005 and 2006 off-seasons. Baltimore

Friday's game true throwback to Orioles Magic

So much for Friday the 13th. Last night Orioles magic took over on the unluckiest day of the year. I guess the Birds didn’t get the memo that bad things were supposed to happen. The win over the Pirates was kind of ironic, considering last night was throwback night at the Yard commemorating the 1979 season--You know; the one the Orioles lost to the

In the heat of the moment...

Fenway Park is a tough place to play; that’s what makes last night’s 10-6 win over the Red Sox all the sweeter for the Orioles. The win ensures this 3-city road swing is a success. The worst the Birds can finish is 5-4. Yesterday was so hot in Boston, I must have been delirious when I wrote down Freddie Bynum’s 2nd inning double twice

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