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Section 336 Episode 115 – Nick Hundley

On this week's show, Bert's boy's value is falling faster than Bert's Tower of Terror, Brian Matusz becomes the latest in a long line of Orioles cheaters, Mike Wright fights batters and dementors, and...

Youth Movement Quietly Underway in Baltimore

The Orioles have faced quite a few injuries this season, which have resulted in a couple of minor league pitchers’ debuts. Mike Wright, Oliver Drake, and Tyler Wilson are three names that have b...

O’s Links: O’s Split 4-Day Weekend, Matusz Suspended

Welcome to a special Tuesday edition of O's links. Since Monday was a holiday, we have an extra day of weekend reading to catch up on. Speaking of weekends, it was a frustrating one in Birdland, but a...

Should O’s Add New Blood to Stagnant Offense?

While the Orioles pitching has been very good, especially the young guys, the Orioles offense is struggling. Chris Davis has struck out in 42.6% of his at-bats this season. He is only hitting .212,...

PERCEPTION IS REALITY: Offensive Help in Norfolk, If O’s Want It

REALITY: Ryan Lavarnway has three hits on the season. PERCEPTION: Lavarnway is the Orioles back-up catcher, and he is basically their Sunday catcher, as Buck doesn’t like to play the same catcher...

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Another Priceless Buck Reaction (Vine)

During yesterday's Mariners/O's game, Buck Showalter gave us another of his priceless reaction shots. This joins the long list of "Mark Reynolds ignoring his high five," "smiling as his team pounds th...

Section 336 Episode 114: Vote Orange

This week on the show, the guys are having a Throwback Thursday, recording in-studio on Thursday night, like they used to. Matt just went through a job search and knows how Nick Markakis felt, Josh h...

Thursday Thoughts: Paredes, Cruz, and an O’s “Top 10″

This is a weekly column that dives into eight random thoughts about the Orioles/MLB. Why eight? It’s a nod to Cal Ripken Jr. of course. That, and doing 2,632 of these would be a little overboard. ...

Elias Silences Birds’ Bats, Mariners Take 4-2 Win

BALTIMORE— The Seattle Mariners may have only one ace on their staff in Felix Hernandez, but in his fourth career start against Baltimore, 26 year-old Cuban lefty Roenis Elias sure resembled the Kin...

Wednesday’s O’s Links: Bundy, Jones, QOs, Trade Speculation & More

After Monday's off day, the O's started their 21-games-in-20-days odyssey off on the right foot Tuesday night, getting the best of the Seattle Mariners, 9-4. The offensive explosion was a sight for so...

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