“Orioles Classics” #TBT: October memories and an unusual no-hitter

If last week’s final few “Orioles Classics” on MASN whetted your appetite, you’re going to enjoy the rest of the 1970 World Series, with Games 4 and 5 of the Fall Classic against the Reds getting this week’s broadcasts off to a winning start. Never mind that the temperatures are dropping and we’re bracing for the arrival of frozen precipitation. Anytime you can harken back ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Milestones in O’s history on parade

A whole lot of folks at some point today are going to be compelled to loosen their belts. You know the feeling. You just might get that same feeling, metaphorically speaking, after consuming the next helping of “Orioles Classics.” You’ll positively stuff yourself with memorable moments in O’s history. Among other treats, you’ll savor the record-breaking run of the Iron Man, the maiden voyage of ... read more

Trey Mancini to host Dec. 1 #PurpleTailgate benefiting Mo Gaba

It wouldn’t be football season without the annual #PurpleTailgate, and Trey Mancini will join popular country duo LoCash and BMORE Around Town to host this year’s edition of the popular pregame event before the Ravens host the 49ers on Sunday, Dec. 1. The #PurpleTailgate will run from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Purple Tailgate Zone, 153 W. Ostend St. This year’s edition will benefit Mo ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Fond memories of power and playoff performances

When you think back on your favorite Orioles memories, what makes you smile most? Are you partial to score-changing home runs? Does the postseason get you all juiced up? Perhaps you’re one of those who favors nostalgia over all else? Regardless, we’ve got a smattering of each in this week’s smorgasbord of “Orioles Classics” on MASN. So take a break from those endless emails promising ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Playoff seasons, an upset win and a Boston marathon

Rebuilding, as the Orioles are doing now, requires persistence and the patience to endure a sometimes painful process. In such times, remembering better ones can help to soothe a fan’s fevered brow and perhaps give us all a glimpse of glories yet to come. In this round of “Orioles Classics,” MASN brings you some true feel-good moments from both the recent and distant pasts. You’ll ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Powerful bats, precise pitching and a fond farewell

Temperatures are cooler, the hot stove is starting to flicker and Baltimore baseball fans are going through some serious hardball withdrawal. Let’s face it, mid-February and spring training feel like forever away. If you’re longing for the sounds of summer - ball hitting mitt, bat meeting ball, the roar of the crowd - MASN has you covered. “Orioles Classics” are the perfect way for die-hard ... read more

The Oriole Bird among finalists for Mascot Hall of Fame

Who doesn’t love The Oriole Bird? Well, if you’re fond of the feathered one’s antics and undying love for his namesake Orioles, you need to flex your fingers and exercise your right to vote. The Oriole Bird is one of 10 finalists for this year’s voting for the Mascot Hall of Fame, and between Oct. 20-26, you can vote once a day to send him ... read more

Fenter dazzles with 13 strikeouts, but Delmarva offense sputters in 1-0 loss

SALISBURY, Md. - Single-A Delmarva manager Kyle Moore didn’t worry when the Shorebirds offense was a little slow out of the gate Friday night in Game 2 of their South Atlantic League semifinal series against the Hickory Crawdads. The way Gray Fenter was dealing gave the bats ample time to adjust and wake up. “Our offense does that, has done that a lot,” Moore said. ... read more