The O’s are back home to host an old friend in Jonathan Schoop, as the Detroit Tigers visit OPACY for a three-game set! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The Orioles head into their season-deciding series against the Toronto Blue Jays from Rogers Centre! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s head across the beltway to play the Washington Nationals on our Nation’s Capital! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are back in action, as they wrap up their homestand against the rival Boston Red Sox! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s begin what could be their biggest series of the year, as they take on the Toronto Blue Jays for four games! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are back home in Baltimore, as they begin their 10-game home stand with a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s wrap up their road trip with a visit to Progressive Field to face the Guardians! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are visiting an old friend in Houston, as they begin a huge road trip against the Astros! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s are back at OPACY for another important series, this time against the Chicago White Sox! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s have a big weekend ahead of them, as they begin a three-game series against the Boston Red Sox from OPACY and Williamsport for the Little League Classic! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s are north of the border, as they get ready to begin another big series, this time against the Toronto Blue Jays! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s begin what could be their biggest series in five years at the Trop against the Tampa Bay Rays! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are heading into their biggest stretch of the season thus far, beginning with a three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays from OPACY! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The Orioles are celebrating 30 years at beautiful Oriole Park at Camden Yards by welcoming the Pittsburgh Pirates to town for a three-game set! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are in Arlington to play the Rangers for a three-game set right before the MLB Trade Deadline! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s continue to roll, as they begin a three-game series against the Cincinnati Reds! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s are back in action against another AL East rival in the Tampa Bay Rays! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s open up the second half of the season against the division rival Yankees! Our Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
Following their third straight series sweep, the red hot Baltimore Orioles travel to Tropicana Field to face the Tampa Bay Rays for three games! Our Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are back in the Windy City, this time on the North Side to play the Chicago Cubs for two! Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s look to extend their win streak to a season-high five games, as they begin their four-game series against the Los Angeles Angels! Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s begin their seven-game home stand with a four-game set against the Texas Rangers! Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s head Northeast to Minnesota to start their three-game series against the Twins! Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
It’s another late-night series for the O’s, as they had to T-Mobile Park to play the Seattle Mariners for three! Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s are headed to the South Side, as they begin a four-game series with the White Sox! Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
It’s the first meeting of the Battle of the Beltway Series between the Orioles and Nationals, this one coming from Camden Yards! Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The Orioles are back home to start a three-game series against the Rays tonight at Oriole Park at Camden Yards! Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s wrap up their brief road trip with four in Toronto against the Blue Jays! Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s begin an eight-game road trip in Kansas City against the Royals from Kauffman Stadium! Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are headed north to the Bronx to play the Yankees in a three-game set. Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
Following an exciting walk-off victory to avoid a sweep, the Baltimore Orioles now host another AL East opponent, this time the Tampa Bay Rays! Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s have returned home to Camden Yards after a tough road trip, but it won’t get any easier with the Yankees in town. Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are headed north, as they go to the Motor City to play old friend Jonathan Schoop and the Detroit Tigers in a three-game set! Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s begin their road trip in the Mid-West with three against the St. Louis Cardinals! Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are set to battle the rain and the visiting Kansas City Royals for a three-game set. Stephen Heckman has your Series Preview:
The O’s continue their homestand with four games against Carlos Correa and the Minnesota Twins. Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s are back home at beautiful Oriole Park at Camden Yards to play the division rival Boston Red Sox in a three-game series. Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
For the second time in just two weeks, the Orioles and Yankees match-up with one another, this time in the Bronx.
The O’s wrap up their early West Coast trip with three against Shohei Ohtani, Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels. Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
Following an exciting series victory over the New York Yankees, Brandon Hyde and his squad travel out to face the only team that spends less than the Orioles, the lack of Moneyball Oakland Athletics. Justin Sutphin has your Series Preview:
The O’s celebrate Jackie Robinson Day with a visit from the Bronx Bombers! It’s the first O’s and Yanks series of the 2022 season, and Justin Sutphin gives you our Series Preview of what to expect this weekend:
Opening Day is here, Birdland! And with it comes our first Series Preview of the 2022 O’s season! Justin Sutphin gives us all the details we need to know for the Opening Series against the Tampa Bay Rays:
For one final time, the Orioles and Yankees match-up here in 2021. With a chance to play spoiler once again, the O’s come into this series with not much to play for besides that.
As the Blue Jays are nipping at the ankles of the Yankees for the second Wild Card spot, they come to Baltimore for four games against the Orioles.
What a better way to celebrate an American holiday than with good ‘ole American baseball!
For one last time this year, the Orioles play a series in Yankee Stadium. It’s historically a place the O’s suck in, yet this season has been a tad better. In six games played in the Bronx, the Orioles are 2-4. Still not good, but an improvement nonetheless.
This August has been arguably the worst month in Orioles history. With two games left on the calendar this month, the Birds are currently 3-23. To make matters worse, the Orioles now travel to Rogers Centre, a stadium where they have been historically bad in recent years.
After coming off a beautiful series victory over the Angels, the Orioles now host the best the American League has to offer, the Tampa Bay Rays.
This series is going to be a collection of familiar faces, mixed in with some new ones.
The joy of baseball. The Orioles just finished up one series against the leader of the A.L. East, and now they get to see the leader of the N.L. East. I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again; whoever makes the schedules sucks.
When you’re on an 11-game losing streak, the very last team you want to have to play is the Tampa Bay Rays. Unfortunately for the Orioles, they must do this four times in the next four days.
So far in August, the Orioles have played 10 games. Of those 10 games, only one has been a victory. This next series against the Boston Red Sox gets no easier.
The cheating manager, also known as AJ Hinch, and his quickly rebuilding Tigers are set to take on the Orioles for a three-game set from beautiful Oriole Park at Camden Yards beginning tonight.
Happy weekend, Birdland! Our Orioles come back home following a frustrating three-game road trip in New York. Meeting the O’s in Baltimore will be the A.L.-East-leading Tampa Bay Rays.
It’s a new week, which also means it’s time for some more baseball! This series, the Orioles travel north to take on the Yankees!
Jonathan Schoop once called Baltimore home and gave the Orioles a steady presence at second base for years to come. Now, he once again will be across the diamond, as the former Oriole will be on the home team for the Motor City, Detroit Tigers, to open up a four-game set.
Time for some more inter-league play! A few days after essentially ending the Nationals’ playoff hopes, the Orioles are set to take on another NL East opponent, the Miami Marlins.
It is time for part two of the 2021 MASN Bowl! The Nationals currently lead this Beltway Series, three games to none. This time in Baltimore, these two teams interlocked by their TV networks face off for three more.
Hallelujah, Orioles baseball is back! After an extremely exciting All-Star period for Oriole fans, our team returns to work to take on the Kansas City Royals.
Since June 18, the Orioles and Blue Jays have spent a lot of time together, enough for seven games since that date. This Tuesday through Thursday, the Toronto/Buffalo Blue Jays make their way into Camden Yards for games eight, nine, and 10 on the season. Mind you, it’s not even the All-Star Break yet.
We hope you got your coffee brewing, Birdland! This will be a late weekend, as the Orioles travel out to California to take on the Los Angeles Angels. The Birds will get a good look at MLB’s ultimate phenom, Shohei Ohtani, but only from the batter’s box.
For the second time in two weeks, the Orioles are matched up against the powerhouse Houston Astros. In their last meeting, the Astros outscored the Orioles 26-3 in three games at Camden Yards. This time around, the Orioles will have a shot at Zack Greinke at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
The last week for the Orioles has been a tough one. Unfortunately for the team and their fans, it only gets tougher. The Birds start off this road trip with three games in Buffalo against the Blue Jays, followed by three in Houston and three in Anaheim against the Angels.
To end this home stand, the Orioles get a chance to see the most controversial team in all of sports. The Houston Astros that were once helped built by the Orioles’ current GM, Mike Elias, come to town, and fans should expect a flurry of boo’s.
Remember when we were all excited that the Orioles started out the month of June 5-2? Yeah, us too. Since then, it feels as if we have dealt with a whole season worth of woes, and in all reality, that isn’t wrong.
The last time the Orioles played the Indians, the offense looked like they could beat the 1970 Orioles starting rotation with four 20-game winners. In the five games since that series, the Oriole offense has only put up 18 runs combined.
Most people think of Florida, and they think of tropical warm weather. For Baltimore Fans we think of a date with our arch nemesis, the Tampa Bay Rays.
For the second time this season, the Mets and Orioles will face off in inter-league play. In the first two games this season, the Mets got the better of the Orioles, winning both of those games, one on a walk-off in the ninth inning.
Next on the calendar for the Orioles is a three game series against the Cleveland Indians over the weekend. Sitting at 30-24, the Indians hope to gain some ground on a 2.5 game gap between them and the AL Central leading White Sox. The Orioles, winners of their last two games, hope to ride theContinue reading “Orioles host Indians for first time in 2021 game one lineups and Series Preview: 6/4/21-6/6/21”
Losers of the last nine, the Baltimore Orioles will see maybe their toughest opponent on this road trip yet, the Chicago White Sox.
At 17-29, the Orioles are tied for the worst record in MLB. The team they’re tied with, The Minnesota Twins, are hosting the Orioles for a three-game set.
The Orioles are fresh off a sweep from the hands of the Tampa Bay Rays, who came through Baltimore like a monsoon. The Rays put up 30 runs in that series, and the task gets no smaller against the Washington Nationals in this three-game series!
For the first time in 2021, after 39 games, the Orioles face off against an A.L. East opponent that’s not named the Yankees or Red Sox. That team: the Tampa Bay Rays.
Once again, the New York Yankees are back to pay a visit to beautiful Camden Yards. After this three-game series, the Orioles and Yankees will have met 10 times and will not meet again until August. So far, the season series is 4-3 in favor of the Yankees.
Following a series loss at home to the Boston Red Sox, the Orioles travel to Citi Field to take on the New York Mets in a short two-game series. Luckily for the O’s, Mets ace and the best pitcher in baseball, Jacob deGrom, is not set to pitch. Phew!
The Orioles, winners of four of their last six, travel back home after a road trip out in California and Washington to play the rival Boston Red Sox for four.
The Orioles continue their road trip out west, following an impressive series win against a very good Oakland Athletics team. Now with three games against the Mariners next on the schedule, the Orioles have a good chance to make this a very successful road trip.
Following a series split against the Yankees, the Orioles begin their next road trip by heading out to Oakland to play a three-game set against the A’s.
The Orioles are set to host four more games before a weeklong road trip, all four against the New York Yankees. The O’s are riding some momentum, as they just snapped the Oakland A’s 13-game win streak following a 8-1 victory on Sunday.
Coming to Camden Yards next are the red hot Oakland Athletics. The Orioles will have their hands full in this series, as they face off against the hottest team in the American League.
The Orioles flew into Miami for a two-game series, following a series win against the Rangers. Despite the offense not being the best, the pitching was phenomenal. In this series, an offense that picks up production for a pitching staff that was great in the last series should bring another series win.
For the first time, the Baltimore Orioles are making a trip to Globe Life Field in Arlington, TX. This will be a three-game series that will feature Jorge López on the mound in game one, undecided for game two, and John Means in game three.
The Orioles are slated off to finish their first home stand of the season with a four-game series against the Seattle Mariners.
The Orioles avoided the sweep in the Bronx with a wild extra-inning finish to complete the first road trip of the year, thus bringing the team home for the home opener this afternoon!
After a clean sweep in Boston, the Orioles head to the Bronx for a three-game set against “The Evil Empire”, the New York Yankees.
It is finally here! Opening Day is here! We hope all you fans are as excited as we are here at The Baltimore Battery. But before we can kick off the season, we must bring our first series preview of the new season!
Now time for the final weekend of the season, the O’s have one more chance at the Blue Jays, as well as a chance at a 25-win season. At 24-33, the Birds will finish this season with more wins than anyone expected.
With the end of the 2020 season quickly approaching in the rear view mirror, the Baltimore Orioles take to the road one last time to put an end to this chaotic season.
The Baby Birds kick off their final leg of the last home stand for 2020 against the Tampa Bay Rays. Thursday consists of a doubleheader, with game one finishing a series back from August 27, when that final game was postponed. This current series begins with game two of the doubleheader, consisting of four gamesContinue reading “O’s and Rays finish August series, follow with 4-game set: Series Preview & Game 1 Lineup 9/17/20 – 9/20/20”
The Orioles’ playoff hopes were dealt a huge blow this weekend when the Yankees hit them with four straight losses. The team will look to get up off the mat this week, when the National-League-East-leading Atlanta Braves visit for a three-game series at Camden Yards.
The O’s look to make a push for the postseason, but they have to go through the Bronx and defeat the Evil Empire to do it!
Over the weekend, the Orioles rode the youth train to a 3-1 series win against the Yankees. The O’s seek to keep the momentum rolling, as they pay a visit to Citi Field for a two-game series with the New York Mets.
After splitting a two-game series with one New York team, the Mets, the Orioles welcome the New York Yankees to Camden Yards for a four-game set beginning with a doubleheader on Friday.
The Orioles were able to salvage one game of their weekend series with the Blue Jays, but in the world of Major League Baseball, there is no rest for the weary. The Birds are back at Camden Yards for a two-game set with the Mets and a familiar face. Among the flurry of trade deadlineContinue reading “Orioles vs. Mets: Series Preview 9/1-9/2”
After losing two straight to the Rays and postponing their game on Thursday, the Orioles travel to Buffalo this weekend to take on the Toronto Blue Jays in a three-game series.
The Orioles came back strong last week after a six-game losing streak to win two in a row versus the Boston Red Sox. The Birds will look to keep the momentum going this week, as they travel to Tampa to take on the red hot Rays. The Orioles enter the series at 14-14, four gamesContinue reading “Orioles begin important road trip vs. Rays: Series Preview 8/25/20 – 8/27/20”
After a brutal sweep from the Toronto Blue Jays, the O’s look to get back to their winning ways in a four-game series against the Boston Red Sox! Here is a Battery Series Preview of what we can expect!
The Orioles certainly provided some grit and exciting moments during the final two games against the Nationals this weekend, but ultimately lost the series. The Birds have little time to lick their wounds, however, as the Toronto Blue Jays come to town for a three-game set starting this evening.
The red hot and under-appreciated Baltimore Orioles come home to start a three-game and some change series against the neighboring Washington Nationals.
The Orioles have certainly been one of the surprises on the young and shortened Major League Baseball season. The young Birds have won a series against the Red Sox, swept the Rays and are one tarp and three innings away from sweeping the defending World Series Champion Nationals.