About Logan Quick

Logan Quick

Logan Quick is a 23-year-old journalist from Harford County, Maryland. Loves hockey so much, there's ice in his veins, not blood. Breathes soccer. Kind of wishes he lived in Barcelona. Oh yeah, and his love for music, especially 1960's and 70's rock and roll, is unwavering. Also a lover of the grunge era. Would punch a koala bear to trade places with Dave Grohl for a day. Considers his dream to be traveling the world in a constant loop on a yacht with the Victoria's Secret Angels and to hire Pearl Jam as his personal house band for his mansion in Monaco.

Week in Review: Home Sweet Home

sunset view of oriole park at camden yards
Fresh off a disheartening tour through the Midwest in which the O’s were just a game away from being double-swept, the Orioles needed to bounce back in a big way in front of their hometown fans this weekend. And they did not disappoint. They took care of business and got back on the winning track. While a sweep against the visiting Blue Jays would have been sweet, we’ll take two out of three just the same. When you’re down on your luck like the Orioles were recently, you’ll take any […]

Series Preview: Orioles (23-16) vs. Blue Jays (18-24)

Manny Machado finishes his swing and watches as the ball flies, while the Blue Jays catcher stands behind him.
After wrapping up a tough weekend and a brutal road trip by taking just one of three in Motown, the Orioles will now head back home to take on the Blue Jays for a three-game set. Oh, home sweet home. While the Orioles’ (23-16) recent road struggles have been glaring and well-documented, they will be breathing a sigh of relief upon returning to Birdland. They boast a stellar 13-3 clip at Camden Yards and own the highest winning percentage at home in the majors (81.2%). After going just 1-6 through […]

Series Preview: Orioles (22-14) @ Tigers (18-18)

Tiger statue at Comerica Park in Detroit.
After suffering through a rough weekend in Kansas City, the Orioles will look to bounce back quickly over a three-game set in the Motor City. The Orioles (22-14) will also be looking to snap a season-high four-game losing streak tonight in the series opener. To make matters worse, they have gone just 3-8 over their last eleven games away from Camden Yards. The good news is that the Orioles have gone 17-15 versus Detroit since the start of the 2012 season, and they’ve posted a solid 9-6 clip at Comerica […]

Week in Review: Fly High, Crash Hard

Kevin Gausman hands the ball to Buck Showalter as he walks off the mound.
Man, talk about getting the rug pulled out from under you. Let’s flashback to last Tuesday. The Orioles rallied versus the Nationals in a 5-4 win to extend their winning streak to a season-high six games. That win also propelled the Orioles to a season-high twelve games above .500 and to first place in the division. How bad can things get in a span of five days? It turns out, pretty freaking bad. The Orioles coughed up a win late on Wednesday to Matt Wieters and the Nationals before getting […]

Series Preview: Orioles (22-11) @ Royals (13-21)

Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium.
After the annual MASN Cup was put on hold due to Thursday’s rainout, the Orioles will now head to Kansas City to take on a familiar foe over the weekend. Still, after taking two of three from the National League’s best, the O’s should be feeling pretty good going into the middle point of their three-legged, eight-game road swing. The Orioles (22-11) reclaimed their slim lead over New York for first place in the division as a result of their efforts versus Washington. They now boast an impressive 7-3 record […]

Series Preview: Orioles (20-10) vs./at Nationals (21-10)

map showing nationals park and orioles camden yards
After mowing down the White Sox over a three-game sweep at Camden Yards over the weekend, the Orioles are all set and locked in to kick off this year’s version of “The Battle of the Beltways.” This could turn out to be the best match-up between the two clubs of all-time, as both clubs are in sparkling form at the moment and make up two of MLB’s top three clubs to date in 2017. The Orioles (20-10) trail the New York Yankees by a hair in the chase for first […]

Week in Review: O’s Laugh in the Face of Adversity

Baltimore Oriole Manny Machado laughs as he rounds the bases.
Sheesh, what a week that was, eh? We all know how much of a roller coaster a 162-game season is, but it feels like we’ve been through about a dozen loops and twists in the span of seven days. First, there was Adam Jones versus a few classless ‘Sox fans on Monday, followed by the Manny Machado versus Chris Sale incident on Tuesday, Kevin Gausman versus Sam Holbrook on Wednesday, and finally, Machado’s ”Slow trot heard around the world” on Thursday. Long story short, things got stupid in Boston- to […]

Series Preview: Orioles (17-10) vs. White Sox (15-12)

Side-by-side of Wade Miley pitching and Miguel Gonzalez walking off the mound.
Hey, did you guys know that there was actually baseball being played in Boston this week? Aside from all the drama and total nonsense, the Orioles managed to split the four-game set versus the Red Sox before heading back to Baltimore. Hopefully, they’ll be able to focus on actually playing baseball instead of being in the middle of a media-driven soap opera this weekend. The Orioles (17-10) are right on the Yankees’ heels for first place in the division as they prepare to kick off a five-game homestand, and will […]

Series Preview: Orioles (15-8) @ Red Sox (13-11)

side-by-side of Dylan Bundy and Rick Porcello pitching.
While the Orioles’ first trip to the Bronx this season was a rough one, they can at least head to Boston on a semi-high note after Sunday’s extra-innings win to avoid the sweep. And I swear, that was the last time I’ll bring up this past weekend. Probably. Moving forward, the O’s will end their seven-game road swing with a four-game set at Fenway. The Orioles (15-8) are now tied with the Bronx Bombers for first in the division as we head into May, and carry a solid 7-5 mark […]

Week in Review: Bronx Bombed, but Not Swept

Buck Showalter is ejected by the home plate ump in New York.
Can we really complain? It’s true that the O’s offense has come and gone all season long. The starters have begun to come down off of the insane high they were on. The bullpen has started to show signs of early-season fatigue, and the absence of Zach Britton is hurting more and more by the day. Yes, blowing a 9-1 and 11-4 lead en route to a devastating 14-11 loss in the series opener versus the Yanks was just about the toughest thing that I’ve had to watch since the […]

Series Preview: Orioles (14-6) @ Yankees (13-7)

picture of a baseball field in New York
After capping off a great week at home by taking two of three versus the visiting Tampa Bay Rays, the Orioles will now look to continue their winning ways in the Bronx this weekend against the Yankees. This weekend will feature a three-game clash for first place in the early season standings, and both clubs have been in great form to kick off the campaign. The first-place Orioles (14-6) Have put together an excellent first month of the season and remain undefeated in series play this year with a 6-1-0 […]

Series Preview: Rays (10-10) @ Orioles (12-5)

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Alex Cobb pitches.
After taking two of three from the visiting Boston Red Sox over the weekend, the Orioles will look to continue their excellent run of form against the Tampa Bay Rays during the second leg of the home stand tonight at Camden Yards. The Orioles (12-5) couldn’t have dreamed of a better overall start to the 2017 season. Not only do they own an MLB-Best 12-5 record, they’ve also recorded an impressive 6-2 record at home, a 6-3 record away from OPACY, and a stellar 10-4 mark versus the vicious AL […]

Week in Review: Good Vibes, Bad Blood

Baltimore Oriole Manny Machado drops his helmet and shin guard and stares toward the pitcher's mound.
Well folks, we have another week in the books as we enter the final week of April. And the Orioles have another week of being in first place under their belt. After capping off an excellent first road trip of the season by taking two of three in The Queen City, the O’s kept it rolling upon returning home by taking two of three against the Red Sox. The results leave the Birds with an outstanding 6-3 record away from Camden Yards and an MLB-Best 12-5 record with only…145 games […]

Series Preview: Orioles (10-4) vs. Red Sox (10-6)

Side-by-side of Dylan Bundy and Drew Pomeranz of the Orioles and Red Sox, respectively, pitching.
After wrapping up an excellent showing in their first road trip of the season, the Orioles will now fly back to Camden to take on the reigning AL East Champion Boston Red Sox for a three-game set at home. The Orioles (10-4) come back to Baltimore on a serious high after posting an impressive 6-3 record over their latest nine-game road stretch, while the Red Sox (10-6) will also be feeling pretty good after taking two of three in Toronto earlier this week and seem to have found their stride […]

Series Preview: Orioles (8-3) @ Reds (8-5)

Nighttime shot of Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.
After posting a 4-2 record over the first two legs of the road trip in Boston and Toronto, the red-hot Orioles will be looking to keep up the pace going into the last stop of their first road tour of 2017 in Cincinnati. The Orioles (8-3) will be looking to come home in first place after taking three of four in Toronto, while the first-place Reds (8-5) will be trying to wash away a rough weekend after dropping three of four at home to the Brewers. The Reds have been […]

Week in Review: O’s Find Power, Stay Hot in Boston & Toronto

Mark Trumbo and Trey Mancini of the Baltimore Orioles high five after a home run.
Put simply, life is pretty sweet for the Orioles at the moment. After kicking off the season with a bang at home, these O’s have carried their red-hot run of form into the first road trip of the season and find themselves in first place going into the second half of April. Oh…and they own an MLB-best 72.7% win percentage (8-3) to begin the season. Is that good? After splitting a two-game set in Boston, the Orioles, backed by tremendous starting pitching and a few power surges, went back to […]

Series Preview: Orioles (5-2) at Blue Jays (1-7)

Rogers Centre in Toronto with the roof open.
After splitting the two-night stand in Boston, the Orioles will travel across the border for the first time this season to take on the sleeping Toronto Blue Jays in a four-game set. The Orioles (5-2) will be looking to keep up the pace after clubbing five homers last night at Fenway in a 12-5 win, while the Jays (1-7) will be looking to snap a five-game losing streak. Kevin Gausman (0-0, 5.40) will take on Francisco Liriano (0-0, 135.00 ERA) in game one tonight. After putting together a dominant second […]

Series Preview: Orioles (4-1) @ Red Sox (3-3)

A shot from inside Fenway Park during a game.
After opening up the season with a bang in front of the Camden Yards faithful, the Orioles will now jet out of town on a nine-game, three-legged road trip. The first stop is a two-night stay in Boston for a set against the reigning AL East champions. The Orioles (4-1) will be looking to remain in first place in the early goings of the season, while the Red Sox (3-3) will be looking to bounce back after dropping three of four in Detroit over the weekend. Dylan Bundy (1-0, 1.29 […]

A Look Back on a Successful First Week in Birdland

Zach Britton and Welington Castillo of the Baltimore Orioles high five after a win.
It seems as though the sunshine has finally broken through and spring is here to stay. Which means…you guessed it! Baseball is back in Birdland! After a long, long offseason to ponder things, the O’s have started their 2017 campaign the same way they started off 2016. By racking up a bunch of notches on the good side of the hash mark. After Mark Trumbo‘s electrifying opening day walk-off and Dylan Bundy‘s dominant 2017 debut sent the Blue Jays out of Camden Yards with a zero in the win column, […]

O’s Season Ends in Heartbreak in Toronto

Edwin Encarnacion throws his bat in celebration as Matt Wieters walks off behind him.
Just two days after a thrilling feel-good vibe swept over Birdland, the party is over just as it was getting started. The O’s fell to Edwin Encarnacion and the Toronto Blue Jays by a score of 5-2 in an 11-inning heartbreaking nail-biter Wild Card game. While the resilient Orioles battled away deep into the Ontario night, it just wasn’t enough in the end. They could have panicked after Jose Bautista’s towering shot off of Chris Tillman in the second inning sent the crowd at Rogers Centre into frenzy, or because […]
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