Here's a roundup of what other media outlets are saying about the
** Joe Posnanski of Sports on Earth offers his take on Orioles catcher
It is becoming less and less likely that Matt Wieters will become the next "
That said, there are games like Sunday's when you just watch Wieters and find yourself in awe. Obviously he had a particularly good game -- he hit two homers, walked twice (once intentionally), handled the game pretty flawlessly and so on. But it's the way he does it that leaves you shaking your head. His swing, especially from the left side, is absolutely beautiful. I mean it's BEAUTIFUL -- it's Griffey beautiful, Strawberry beautiful, Billy Williams beautiful, Will Clark beautiful. Even when he strikes out, which he did in his fifth plate appearance, it's like art.
September hasn't felt right in this town for 15 years because the Orioles weren't part of it. Now, the air in
Unexpectedly, almost impossibly, the Orioles are tied for the
** MLB.com writer Adam Rosenbloom takes a look at the return of two pitchers -- including Orioles starter
Chris Tillman will make his first start since Sept. 2, when he exited after three innings with right elbow stiffness against the Yankees. Manager
"He has been so consistent with his velocity early in the game, and you could tell early on that he was really laboring," Showalter said. "I talked to him after the third inning and didn't like what I was seeing. ... Hopefully, it was just a onetime thing."
Tillman has dominated the