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Notes on Harvey’s start, Fry’s good run and chasing pitches

The Orioles will go for a two-game series sweep this afternoon and will have a 4-1 road trip if they can get another win at Miami. They took an early 6-1 lead last night and held on to win 7-5. They improved to 8-9 overall and to 7-3 in road games. They are 19-18 on the road since the start of the 2020 season. They ... read more

A few notes on another O’s road win

It was a night where the defense behind him was shaky at times. And the Orioles almost let a five-run lead get completely away. But his offense did provide a nice early lead. And that led right-hander Matt Harvey to his first win as an Oriole. And his first win for anyone since July 13, 2019. That was for the Los Angeles Angels then against ... read more

O’s game blog: Harvey on mound in Miami series opener

The Orioles have gotten five straight outings where their starting pitcher allowed two earned runs or less. This run began with right-hander Matt Harvey in Game 1 of Thursday’s doubleheader, and Harvey is back on the mound tonight. He will make his fourth start of 2021 when the Orioles open a quick, two-day series at Miami. The Orioles lost 1-0 in 10 innings Sunday at ... read more

How spring struggles turned into season success for Paul Fry

As his spring training was going from bad to worse, Orioles bullpen lefty Paul Fry was trying to remain confident and keep up a strong mental outlook. He was also hoping his manager was maintaining confidence in him. But just to be sure, a short chat with manager Brandon Hyde wouldn’t hurt. Fry, who is pitching quite well now and has for most of this ... read more

When the big three get going, so will O’s offense

It’s no secret the Orioles offense has gotten off to a slow start. You noticed, right? Through Sunday’s games they have a team batting average of .221, which is ninth in the American League. They rank last in team OBP (.278), 13th in slugging (.365) and 13th in OPS (.643). They have already scored three runs or fewer eight times and been shut out twice. ... read more

An encouraging weekend for O’s, especially on the mound

So that was a strong weekend of pitching for the Orioles. They allowed four runs in three games at Texas. Yet when they were shut out Sunday, it meant no series sweep against the Rangers. Still, they began the road trip taking two of three and head to Miami at 7-9. For the second time this season, the Orioles staff did not allow an earned ... read more

No runs, no win: O’s lose in 10 and fail to sweep

The Orioles were locked in another pitcher’s duel this afternoon. Last night they trailed 1-0 after six innings but won 6-1. It was 0-0 today in Arlington, Texas through six. And through seven. And eight and nine. But the Orioles finally cracked. Nate Lowe’s bases loaded single to left won it 1-0 in 10 innings for Texas as the O’s failed to sweep and fall ... read more

O’s game blog: Going for a series sweep at Texas

After losing Thurday’s doubleheader at home scoring three runs in two games, the Orioles scored 11 in the first two games of their series at Texas. They have posted 5-2 and 6-1 wins. Today they can sweep this series and get back to the .500 mark. The Orioles (7-8) are 6-2 on the road, winning three in a row away from Oriole Park. Last night’s ... read more