Monday, October 20th, 2014

T-Sizzle spoke to the Ravens’ Official website late last week, and had some encouraging words for us purple-clad minions hoping to see him get locked up to a long-term deal. According to Suggs, “I feel like we’re getting close.  Negotiations are going on with the Ravens.  Fans can be optimistic that I’ll be [at training [...]

The O’s completed an unlikely sweep in Philadelphia yesterday afternoon, winning their first Sunday road game of 2009.  By virtue of the 2-1 victory, their second consecutive one-run win over the defending World Champions, the Birds have now won 5 straight and 7 of 8. Something had to give this weekend in the City of [...]

For the first time all season, the Orioles won a game trailing after 8 innings. And who started it all off?  Matt Wieters.  For the 2nd time in as many nights Matt Wieters comes up with a big hit. Leading off the 9th, Wieters doubled in the Left-Center Field gap.  Felix Pie came in to [...]

For the second year in a row, a Baltimore professional sports team has drafted a member of the Flacco family.  Your Baltimore Orioles selected Mike Flacco, Joe’s younger brother, in the 31st round of the 2009 MLB Draft. JoeB over at BirdsWatcher gives us these details: Joe’s brother was listed as a third baseman when [...]

This was the 2nd (and final) article I wrote for Bleacher Report a few weeks ago when I was thinking about applying to be their Ravens corespondent in 2009 (before I realized I couldn’t live off the peanuts they are paying for the gig).  Enjoy. In 2008, the Baltimore Ravens boasted the NFL’s No. 11 [...]

On Friday, we asked why our orange birds can’t hit and pitch simultaneously.  To which they answered loudly, “Fine, We won’t do EITHER! Nyah Nyah!,” getting swept in Oakland by an average score of 7-1.7. Awesome.  Thanks for getting back to us, fellas.

If you feel like the O’s started off the season hitting the cover off the ball, and losing every game something like 8-6, but are now at the other end of the spectrum, losing every game 3-2, then well, the simple chart above certainly seems to support that feeling. Admittedly, the sample size for June [...]