A year ago, the Baltimore Orioles were rolling. They finished June with 19 wins and led the league in nearly every offensive category. By the end of the month, the Birds had a five game lead in the AL East. They did all of this with some of the worst starting pitching in baseball. Can they reel off another month like that with this year’s club? Jab and Zach discuss.
Is a hot dog a sandwich? It’s meat between two slices of bread with your choice of condiments. Jab and Zach enjoy a wacky Wednesday away from the sadness of baseball and have the great sandwich debate.
In the first round of the 2017 MLB Draft, the Baltimore Orioles selected left handed pitcher D.L. Hall out of Valdosta High School in Georgia. Jab and Zach give their take on the selection and talk about the O’s future if their skid continues.
After a much needed off day, the Orioles are back and host the Pirates for a quick two game series against at Camden Yards. Jab and Zach preview the series, discuss a busy month of June for Buck Showalter’s club and take a look at their upcoming week.
After splitting a four game series with the Boston Red Sox, the Orioles sit in third place in the AL East with a 29-26 record. They had a challenging May, their bullpen has been taxed, and the starting pitching staff ranks in the lower third of the league in ERA. Jab and Zach examine where the O’s stand, why they are very much in the race despite their set backs and talk about how they can stick around through the rest of the 2017 season.
Should the Orioles cut their losses with Ubaldo Jimenez? Or is it worth it to move him to the bullpen while they try Alec Asher in the starting rotation? On the 400th episode of Baltimore Sports Today, Jab and Zach debate Ubaldo’s future and talk about why it’s such a pleasure to watch Adam Jones play every night.
The Orioles had a 7-1 lead in Detroit and were unable to hold on to it. Without Zach Britton, the Orioles bullpen just doesn’t seem the same. How has the closer’s absence affected the rest of the staff? Jab and Zach discuss their concerns for the O’s pens and talk about possible solutions.