Posts Tagged ‘baseball’
Monday, October 6th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
The sweeps were incredibly impressive on both sides, considering that the O’s beat the last 3 AL Cy Young winners in their 3 games, and the Royals were able to hold off the best offensive team in all of baseball.
Baltimore advances with home-field advantage for the ALCS as the AL East Champions, and Kansas City fights their way through Oakland and Los Angeles to advance as the AL Wild Card team.
Even though the O’s were the higher seed in their series, both the O’s and the Royals were the underdogs in their respective ALDS matchup.
Looking ahead to the ALCS between Baltimore and Kansas City, a couple of things stand out: (more…)
Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 by Justin Thomas
This is the Royals’ first trip to the postseason since 1985, when they won the franchise’s only World Series title. They returned to postseason baseball and certainly put on quite a show for all of the baseball fans, eager for even more great games in this postseason.
It didn’t look too promising for the Royals in the 6th inning, when they suddenly found themselves down 7-3 with the momentum tilting fully towards Oakland.
Friday, September 27th, 2013 by Justin Thomas
There are some moments in the world of sports that make us remember why we love them so much. Whether it’s Ripken breaking the record in Camden Yards in 1995 or just a parent sharing the love of a sport with their kids, we tend to fall in love with sports over and over again. Last night in the Bronx was certainly one of those moments that made us fall in love with the world of sports again. (more…)
Saturday, September 21st, 2013 by Rachel
What: Red Sox @ Orioles
When: Saturday September 28th, 7:05PM start time
Next Saturday the Orioles will host the Boston Red Sox at Orioles Park in Camden Yards. The game takes place at the tail end of Fan Appreciation Week, so fans at the game will have multiple chances to take home exciting prizes and experiences. The 2013 regular baseball season is winding down; if you haven’t gotten to an O’s game yet, here is your chance! Tickets start as low as $18, but don’t forget to bring some cash for a hot dog and a coke!
For ticketing information and availability visit the Orioles Website.