Welcome to an overview of Bowie’s trip to Reading, Pennsylvania, to face the Fightin Phils, but don’t blink. Reading time – two minutes.
Adley Rutschman’s promotion to the big leagues is quickly upon us! But when exactly will that day be? Steve Katz tells us how it’s anyone’s guess at this point in time:
A tough road trip for the Tides had a few bright spots, like another great start from Grayson Rodriguez and the 2022 debut for Adley Rutschman at the Triple-A level. Steve Katz recaps your week in Tides baseball:
A 1-5 week for the Baysox was outshined by the announcement of the rehab promotions of top prospects Adley Rutschman and D.L. Hall. Steve Katz reports:
Our own Steve Katz reports on the Adam Jones invitation drama and the recent news of MASN’s broadcast team going back on the road for away games:
Jake Arrieta had an up and down 12-year career, but it was more on the downside in his time with the Orioles. Steve Katz relives the career of the big righty:
The Orioles have scored just 12 runs in six games this season, and they have two hitting coaches. Steve Katz reports on the two-headed hitting coach concept:
Hudson Haskin highlighted a 1-2 opening weekend for the Bowie Baysox by hitting three home runs in one game, tying a Baysox record, in Sunday’s 11-6 win over the Richmond Flying Squirrels.
Baltimore native Bruce Zimmermann will be the first Marylander to start the Orioles home opener since the late Tom Phoebus in 1968. Steve Katz reports:
John Means, Jordan Lyles and now Tyler Wells have all made the O’s starting rotation out of spring. But who will fill the four and five spots? Steve Katz reports:
Grayson Rodriguez’s up and down outing, Carlos Correa’s unique contract and much more. Steve Katz reports:
The first question I had, after being thrilled to hear MLB’s owners and players had settled their differences Thursday, was: Why is it only a five-year agreement?
Left field wall construction thoughts, service time manipulation and CBA thoughts. Let’s talk about it!