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“Orioles Classics” #TBT: A memorable debut, October clincher and late heroics

Christmas has come and gone, and you’re probably strategizing about when exactly to disassemble the tree, store the ornaments and take down the lights that have been blinking on and off outside your home. Or perhaps you’re a procrastinator and you just can’t bear the thought of dissipating holiday cheer. If that’s the case, we’ve got a few “Orioles Classics” in the week ahead on

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Tales of the glories

As Hanukkah begins and Christmas arrives, feeling festive is par for the course. Summers here the past few years, not so much. Better days lie ahead for our Orioles, we know, but waiting for the Birds to return to contention feels a lot like waiting for Santa Claus. We know he’s coming, but the clock just won’t move fast enough. There’s no pennant under the

Oriole Bird gets a nest in Mascot Hall of Fame

The overgrown avian who has danced countless times on the dugout roof at Camden Yards to the strains of “Thank God I’m a Country Boy” will now have a second home. The Mascot Hall of Fame, devoted to the living cartoons who entertain at sporting events of all kinds, will induct The Oriole Bird this summer. The news came last night at the Whiting, Ind.,

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Family reunions on the diamond

As the daylight hours near low ebb, we need all the happy thoughts we can get. Here’s one: Pitchers and catchers report to camp in Sarasota in less than two months. Many of us also get warm feelings from knowing we’ll soon be getting together with our extended families for some holiday cheer. Depending, that is, on your own particular family dynamic. The most family-friendly

“MASN All Access Podcast” creates individual Orioles stream

Well, Orioles fans, you liked, subscribed and commented, and we listened. After two full seasons of the “MASN All Access Podcast” hosting all of our content under one stream, we have finally decided to split our show into two individual streams: one for the Orioles and one for the Nationals. So what does that mean? For starters, it means that if you want just our

“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

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