Friday’s O’s Links: Wade Miley? More Like Weird Miley!

Wade Miley of the Orioles pitches from the mound.
GulfBird Sports/Craig Landefeld

Yesterday’s make-up game with the Gnats saw their JV beat our JV in a boring lopsided affair. Alec Asher threw 41 pitches in the damn first inning as Washington took a 4-0 lead, and the Birds bats’ made Joe Ross look like Max Scherzer.

The O’s now head off on a seven-game road trip to the Bronx and the south side of Chicago. They’re gonna need to start winning some games away from the Yard at some point (they were 3-12 on the road in May) if they want to stay in this thing. Now would be a good time to start.

To the links.

Wade Miley’s Weird Year

Camden Depot’s Joe Wantz tries to make sense of Weird Wade. The other night’s disaster aside, he’s been pretty reliable on one hand, but maddening to watch with all the walks on the other.

Orioles Have Played Most Difficult Schedule So Far

It’s not just your imagination.

Venue Matters as Yankees Host Orioles

A series preview over on Fox. The home team is 55-30 in this series since 2013.

Ryan Mountcastle Impressing at Frederick

Baltimore Sports and Life’s Zach Spedden with a very positive update on one of the top Baby Birds in Frederick. Could Mountcastle be ticketed for Bowie soon?

Adding Tejada Creates Questions in Orioles Infield

Andrew Stetka touched on this a bit in his Thursday Thoughts column here. In his weekly MASN guest column, Dillon Atkinson dives a little deeper into what Tejada means for the infielders around him.

 

Here’s to a great (or at least, not terrible) weekend in the Bronx, Birdland!

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