The Orioles know they’ve got another big mountain to climb now that it appears they will spend the rest of the regular season without sizzling lead-off hitter
and rotation cornerstone
Hammel said after Tuesday night's game that the pain he felt in his knee when he tried to push off his right leg in the fourth inning was very similar to the pain he felt there before he underwent surgery to clean it up in July. He'll be examined by Orioles orthopedist John Wilckens today, but he didn't sound optimistic about his chances of making a quick return to the mound.
That’s not good news, but the Orioles have been overcoming injuries and adversity all season and so have their main rivals for the
When things look the worst, it seems, they bring out their best, this time getting strong middle relief from Steve Johnson and