Ben and Sam slum it with a bunch of bad teams from baseball’s underclass and speculate about which has the least hope of going all the way before 2022, then discuss Jimmy Rollins’ benching and how much running out a popup really matters.
The Orioles’ most promising prospect probably won’t be bound for Baltimore this season, but regardless of when he arrives, he seems destined for the top of the O’s rotation.
Do teams like the Orioles that excel in one-run games do so out of skill, or have they just gotten lucky?
When the Orioles extended Adam Jones, he was hitting like a player possessed. Now that he’s back to being the old Adam Jones, have the deal’s detractors been proven right?
Ben and Sam discuss Manny Machado’s surprising promotion to the majors and Roy Oswalt’s tumultuous transition to the bullpen.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the Orioles should be buyers and what teams mean when they dub a prospect “untouchable.”
Some teams that could be buyers could have a harder time landing certain targets because of problems on the farm.
The Orioles recorded the third out in the second inning on Sunday, then refused to leave the field.
How much you bid on Jim Thome this week says a lot about the league you’re in.
What do the Orioles, Red Sox, Yankees, and Rays need heading into the deadline, and where might they find it?
The Orioles are, surprisingly, in a pennant race, and now Jim Thome is in a pennant race.
A look at how the Nationals are trying to get more out of their television deal
The Orioles wrap up a bizarrely historic week with a start from Colby Lewis unlike any we’ve seen before.