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The Baltimore Orioles now have a winning record

The Baltimore Orioles now have a winning record - Bent Corner

The Baltimore Orioles‘ record going into tonight’s matchup against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays is 45-44. Before you break out your calculator, that is a winning percentage of .506. The Orioles now have a winning record. Glory days are here again! From the Baltimore Sun: With their longest winning streak since the 1999 club won …

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Maybe Adley Rutschman is as good as everyone thought

Maybe Adley Rutschman is as good as everyone thought – Bent Corner

The Baltimore Orioles No. 1 Prospect, Adley Rutschman, had an outstanding offensive performance last night against the Kansas City Royals. From Maryland’s newspaper of record, The Baltimore Sun: Rutschman’s performance Saturday was the best of his three-week-old major league career, as he finished with three hits in the Orioles’ bounce-back 6-4 victory. Rutschman hit two …

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Maybe Adley Rutschman is not as good as everyone thought

Rookie catcher Adley Rutschman was called up to the Baltimore Orioles on May 21. His first hit was a triple. It looked like he was going to be a player to reckon with in Major League Baseball for years to come. Since hitting that triple, he’s failed to differentiate himself from an average AAA minor …

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Buster Olney’s tweets make Orioles apologists sad and angry

Buster Olney's tweets make Orioles apologists sad and angry - Bent Corner

One of my most enjoyable things to do right now is to read the angry tweets responding to baseball writer Buster Olney when he tweets about the Baltimore Orioles. Here’s one he posted this morning: With a .311 winning percentage, the Orioles are on a path to win 50-51 games. They would be the first …

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Tyler Gilbert throws no-hitter in his Major League Baseball debut

Tyler Gilbert throws no-hitter in his Major League Baseball debut – Bent Corner

From ESPN: Tyler Gilbert, acquired by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the minor league phase of the Rule 5 draft only eight months ago, threw a no-hitter in the first start of his major league career on Saturday night. I normally think no-hitters are overrated, but this one is kind of special. Tyler Gilbert, 27 years old, kicked …

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