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Orioles prefer keeping Chris Davis at first - School of Roch

The Yankees took batting practice today in a light rain at Camden Yards. Because the baseball gods have a wicked sense of humor. Orioles manager Buck Showalter already has a lineup in mind for Thursday's series finale, but he's always...
MASN Sports Apr 28, 2016

Showalter speaks after 10-2 win - School of Roch

The White Sox showed up at Camden Yards tonight with the lowest ERA in the majors and the Orioles crunched the numbers. Manny Machado hit his second career grand slam, Chris Davis and Mark Trumbo went back-to-back, and the Orioles...

Chris Davis on his defense - School of Roch

Chris Davis knows what you're thinking. (Don't get embarrassed. It's baseball-related.) Big guy, big muscles, hits really long home runs, strikes out a lot, can't possess the athleticism to play first base at an elite level. This is why we have scouts and defensive metrics and, if blessed with it,...

Orioles slugger Chris Davis, team leader in walks, setting tone for more patient lineup

Orioles first baseman Chris Davis, by virtue of the $161 million contract he was rewarded with last offseason, is meant to set the franchise’s standard on the field. Tied for the team lead with five home runs and 11 RBIs entering Thursday’s game, he’s certainly doing that in the run-production...
Baltimore Sun Apr 21, 2016

Orioles slugger Chris Davis, team leader in walks, setting tone for more patient lineup

Tied for the team lead with five home runs and 11 RBIs entering Thursday's game, Chris Davis is setting a standard in the run-production department. It's another category -- his team-leading 11 walks -- that shows how he's pacing these Orioles in a way they see as just as important.

Prospect watch and ex-Mariner of the week

Mark Trumbo, traded to Baltimore last December, has started red hot. On Friday night, he hit two home runs in the Orioles’ nine-run seventh inning against the Rangers.
MASN Sports Apr 16, 2016

Orioles and Rangers lineups - School of Roch

ARLINGTON, Tx. - Mark Trumbo has hit five home runs in the last five games, and he's in the Orioles' lineup again tonight with a chance to do more damage. According to Elias, Trumbo is the first Oriole to hit...
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2016

Orioles recap: Birds use four-homer, nine-run seventh to roll to 11-5 win over Rangers

Mark Trumbo becomes first Oriole to homer twice in one inning, as Birds come back for victory in Texas.
MASN Sports Apr 14, 2016

Zach Wilt: So far, Chis Davis seems to be handling the pressure - Orioles Buzz

Chris Davis hadn't even dotted the i's on his seven-year, $161 million contract this winter before the deal was criticized by the baseball world. The Orioles appeared in many columnists' "worst deals of the offseason" articles and were scrutinized for...

Orioles observations: Davis' defense, Trumbo against the monster and Gallardo's breaking ball

Chris Davis drove in five runs in the Orioles’ 9-7 win over the Red Sox on Monday afternoon, including a game-winning three-run homer with two outs in the top of the ninth. And because Davis played such a big role in putting runs on the board in Boston’s home opener, it’s probably easy to forget...
DRaysBay Apr 9, 2016

Rays 1, Orioles 6: Chris Archer and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Inning

This was technically a game, just not a very enjoyable one for the Rays. This game was a struggle. A slog. It certainly it seemed like a long, hard days work for Chris Archer. Even before that inning we would all like to forget (we’ll get to that), Archer seemed to be struggling to just get strikes and command his pitches (often important elements to pitching well). He induced some weak contact early, but never seemed to really settle in and get into a groove. He also left a fastball in the middle to Chris Davis which had predictable results. However, aside from that HR by Davis, Archer...
Tampa Tribune Apr 8, 2016

Archer gives up four homers as Rays lose 6-1 to Orioles

BALTIMORE -- The first home run Friday night off Chris Archer was an ambush job, as pitchers like to say. Orioles slugger Chris Davis slugged the first pitch of the second inning into the center field seats. The same could be said for the second home run off Archer. A drive into the Orioles bullpen

Orioles showing signs they can beat defensive shifts in 2016, Buck Showalter says

Chris Davis's home run Wednesday got the headlines, but it was his ground ball up the middle that eluded a shifting Twins second baseman Brian Dozier that shows some of the Orioles' development, manager Buck Showalter said. Davis is taking what pitchers give him, meaning he's walking and going...
Baltimore Sun Apr 7, 2016

Orioles showing signs they can beat defensive shifts in 2016

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he's seeing more and more hitters avoiding defensive shifts this season, including first baseman Chris Davis.
MASN Sports Apr 6, 2016

Yovani Gallardo on his first O's win, Chris Davis on season's first homer and more - Steve Melewski

Right-hander Yovani Gallardo didn't have his best command. But he does have his first Orioles victory. "It's exciting. Always a good feeling. Had to battle. Had to battle as I got into some deep counts. But we got the victory...

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