Believe it or not, the 2019 MLB season is nearly a month old already. As is common with April baseball, there has been plenty of early-season ridiculousness. Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich are hitting home runs at a ridiculous rate. Christian Walker and Daniel Vogelbach are suddenly good. Noah Syndergaard is bad. The Rays can’t stop winning, while the Red Sox are toiling near the bottom of the standings.
In times of uncertainty, we can all cling to one constant: The Orioles are bad. Like, really, really bad.
Of course, that comes as no surprise to readers of this site. After all, being bad in 2019 was all part of the plan. Because what’s better than one first overall draft pick? Two first overall draft picks.
Ever since the Orioles unexpectedly started the year 4-1, things have gone downhill. Even still, it hasn’t all been bad. Trey Mancini has been a lot of fun to watch, and how about John Means’ fancy new change-up? Pretty cool, right?
Tyler and Jesse get into their first-month reflections, the demotion of Cedric Mullins, the DFA of Mike Wright and much more on this week’s episode of The Warehouse Podcast. Give it a listen in the player above, or subscribe to the show on iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn, Podbean or anywhere else you get your audio entertainment!