“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Some monstrously good Orioles baseball lurks in the darkness

You’ve stocked up on trick-or-treat candy, mangled a pumpkin into a snaggle-toothed jack-o-lantern and taken your Dracula cape out of mothballs. Now what? How about reanimating some occasions - most of them not so long ago - when the Orioles struck terror in the hearts of opponents? Over the next seven days, MASN will bring back from the grave some unearthly performances from recent years. ... read more

Chris Davis and Mike Wright Jr. play cornhole for charity

Chris Davis and Mike Wright Jr. traded in baseballs for beanbags and joined Ravens, Redskins and other local sports celebrities for the second annual Players Philanthropy Fund Beltway Boards & Brews Celebrity Cornhole Tournament at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. The tournament benefited a variety of charities, all through the Players Philanthropy Fund, which was founded by former Ravens kicker and two-time Super Bowl champion ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: It’s never too late

Are you enjoying the baseball playoffs? Who are you rooting for to advance to the World Series? Personally, I think an Astros-Brewers Fall Classic would be just dandy, a perfect blend of pitching prowess and offensive fireworks. Best of all, in my scenario, there are no rainouts because both teams play in facilities capable of closed roofs to protect from the elements. Plus, who doesn’t ... read more

O’s homers awarded $176,000 to Maryland Lottery players

While the regular season has wrapped up, it’s time to recap how Orioles fans won cash throughout the season, thanks to the Maryland Lottery! All season long, fans had the chance to win $50,000 instantly by playing Maryland Lottery Home Run Riches Scratch-Offs. Fans were also able to enter their non-winning tickets for a chance to be selected as the Maryland Lottery Contestant of ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Reliving some sweet Birdland memories

Camden Yards is quiet now, except for the occasional grounds crew member doing some scheduled offseason upkeep. Seems strange, considering it was only a couple of weekends ago that the ballpark was buzzing with activity during the regular season’s final series against the Astros. Maybe you still have the coasters, puffy vests and duffle bags that were given away to fans. Giveaways are nice, of ... read more

Zach Wilt: A few words of appreciation for Buck Showalter

I was 9 in 1997, when the Orioles won 98 games and the American League East title. Davey Johnson’s club fell in the AL Championship Series to the Indians and then the Birds had losing seasons for the next 14 years. Between that time I graduated high school and college at Towson University, got married to a lovely bride who endured by baseball obsession, and ... read more

Opposite dugout: Astros come to Camden Yards for playoff tune-up

Manager: AJ Hinch (4th season) Record: 100-58 Last 10 games: 7-3 Who to watch: 2B Jose Altuve (.318/385/.451, 17 SB), 3B Alex Bregman (51 2B, 31HR, 103 RBIs), 1B Yuli Gurriel (.291/.323/.430), CF George Springer (62 BB), RHP Justin Verlander (2.60 ERA), RHP Roberto Osuna (20 saves) Season series vs. Orioles: 3-0 Pitching probables: Sept. 27: RHP Gerrit Cole (15-5) vs. RHP David Hess (3-10), ... read more

Josh Michael: Some bold prospect predictions for 2019

This week marks the final week for guest bloggers on MASNsports.com and I could not think of a better way to wrap up the year than to look forward to next year. Today I present my bold Orioles prospect predictions for the 2019 season. Remember, these are bold predictions, so some of them may seem far-fetched, but if they all come true next year, please ... read more