PostSeason

Astros shut out Yankees in ALCS On Saturday night in Houston, the Astros defeated the Yankees by a score of 4-0 (box score) in Game 7 of the ALCS. The Astros will now advance to take on the Dodgers in the World Series, which begins Tuesday in Los Angeles. As for Game 7, Houston starter […]

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Silver Medal

Last night the Junior Orioles lost to the Ravens. As much as I love competition, I hate to lose. However, it’s comforting to know why. They played better than we did. Runner-Up A runner-up is a participant who finishes in second place in any of a variety of competitive endeavors, especially sporting events and beauty pageants; in […]

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Rain Rebound

5 Ways To Help Your Infield Skin Rebound From Rain Quickly (following excerpts are from original material at Ballfields.com) While the western quarter of the US is battling a daunting drought, the central portion of the US has been dealing with lots of rain over the past couple of months. Think about it. In a […]

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Junior Orioles Dugout Club

The official Kids’ Club of the Orioles for fans 14 and under 2017 EXCLUSIVE MEMBER BENEFITS * A ticket to six selected Orioles games (see plan schedule options below) * Official Junior Orioles Dugout Club items: – Hat – Socks – Pencil case – Lanyard * Official Membership Card * All inside an Orioles Backpack! […]

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Opening Day

Baseball Really Is a Game of Inches Baltimore Orioles win their first game 3-2 over the Toronto Blue Jays in the 11th inning. Read more.  Mark Trumbo hits first opening day walk-off home run in Orioles history. Trumbo picks up where he left off last season, as he led the majors in home runs with 47 […]

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World Baseball Classic

Adam Jones’ game-saving catch robs teammate Manny Machado in WBC U.S. outfielder Adam Jones makes a catch above the wall, stealing a home run from the Dominican Republic’s Manny Machado during the seventh inning of a World Baseball Classic game on March 18.  Few things can stop an entire clubhouse of major league players […]

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Be True to Yourself!

Even if people call you, “The Freak” or you are labeled “Stan the Man Unusual”. Always remember, “someone LOVES you”. If you are in pain, feeling self-pity or perhaps you had a problem that caused GRIEF… Hang in there. Don’t give up. Keep working hard! Sometimes you may need to look around for that inspiration […]

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Dream Big

Always be reaching for the stars! Because in case you fall short, at least you can visit the moon. For example, look @ Elon Musk & Roger Federer Never, Never Give Up. Just Do it! Training definitely leads to Success. So practice, practice, practice. That’s also how you get to Carnegie Hall. The future of […]

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Win one for the Gipper

As Notre Dame was about to play Army in 1928, football coach Knute Rockne invoked the name of former player George Gipp.  Gipp’s deathbed request eight years earlier supposedly had been to use his memory to motivate the Fighting Irish for a big game.  “‘Rock’”, the coach said Gipp told him, “‘some day when things […]

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Davey Johnson

Sometimes things don’t always work out between owners and managers. David Allen “Davey” Johnson (born January 30, 1943) is an American former professional baseball player and manager. He played for the Baltimore Orioles (1965–1972) and was the head coach for the Orioles (1996–1997).  He also managed the New York Mets, Washington Nationals and several other MLB […]

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Robinson Canó

Robinson José Canó Mercedes (Spanish pronunciation: [kaˈno]; born October 22, 1982), often shortened to Robbie Cano, is a Dominican-American professional baseball second baseman for the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball. He made his MLB debut with the New York Yankees in 2005 and played for them through 2013. Canoe is my favorite 2nd baseman […]

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Cubs & Indians

Who breaks their World Series curse first: Cubs or Indians? It will be, no matter the outcome, a historic World Series, because whichever team wins, there will be black-and-white footage shown before the champagne has dried. The Chicago Cubs, as we all know, haven’t won the World Series since 1908, a season in which they […]

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