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MASN Sports May 19, 2017

O's game blog: Homestand begins with Toronto series opener - Steve Melewski

The Orioles hope a return to Oriole Park at Camden Yards for a six-game homestand also means a return to winning. They host Toronto tonight in the opener of a three-game series. Minnesota will follow the Blue Jays here for...

Orioles' series opener against Blue Jays at Camden Yards delayed

The start of tonight’s Orioles series opener against the Toronto Blue Jays at Camden Yards has been delayed due to the threat of inclement weather. Multiple bands of showers have hit Camden Yards this afternoon and into the evening, moving pregame  batting practice for both teams indoors. It is...
Baltimore Sun May 19, 2017

Orioles on deck: What to watch Friday at Blue Jays, plus series matchups

First pitch, broadcast info, starting pitchers, lineups and what to watch in the Orioles' game against the Blue Jays.
Scout May 19, 2017

Blue Jays Promote Anthony Alford

The Toronto Blue Jays have called up the best outfield prospect in their organization, Anthony Alford, ahead of Friday night's contest against the Baltimore Orioles.
MASN Sports May 19, 2017

While waiting for the lineup ... - School of Roch

Orioles manager Buck Showalter still hasn't posted his lineup for tonight's series opener against the Blue Jays. He's waiting on three players who are "banged up." Manny Machado and Seth Smith are two of the players. Machado said his finger...
Jays Journal May 19, 2017

Blue Jays series preview vs. Baltimore Orioles

Toronto nearly escaped a sweep to the rebuilding Atlanta Braves this week. The Blue Jays will look to turn things around against their division rivals this weekend at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The Toronto Blue Jays (18-24) are coming off a disappointing four-game home-and-home series against the Atlanta Braves. The last place Blue Jays […] Blue Jays series preview vs. Baltimore Orioles - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eutaw Street Report May 19, 2017

Series Preview: Orioles (23-16) vs. Blue Jays (18-24)

After wrapping up a tough weekend and a brutal road trip by taking just one of three in Motown, the Orioles will now head back home to take on the Blue Jays for a three-game set. Oh, home sweet home. While the Orioles’ (23-16) recent road struggles have been glaring and well-documented, they will be breathing a sigh of relief upon returning to Birdland. They boast a stellar 13-3 clip at Camden Yards and own the highest winning percentage at home in the majors (81.2%). After going just 1-6 through […] The post Series Preview: Orioles (23-16) vs. Blue Jays (18-24) appeared first on...
CBS Baltimore May 19, 2017
Orioles Return Home For Three-Game Series Versus Toronto Blue Jays

Orioles Return Home For Three-Game Series Versus Toronto Blue Jays

The Baltimore Orioles dropped six of seven during their rain-shortened road trip, but a return home to face a familiar foe could get manager Buck Showalter's charges back on track.
Camden Chat May 19, 2017
Orioles-Blue Jays series preview: Back for some home cooking

Orioles-Blue Jays series preview: Back for some home cooking

The Orioles return home from an abysmal road trip to face off against the last place Blue Jays. The Orioles are entering back into division play this weekend facing off against the Blue Jays for a three game set. The Orioles are 5-1 against the Blue Jays in 2017. The team is returning home with their wings clipped, now possessing a 23-16 record. They went on a seven game road trip and went 1-6 with six one run losses. Their record in one run games went from 8-1 to a much more pedestrian 8-7. The road trip leaves the O’s 4-6 in their last 10 games. To start the young season the Orioles...
MASN Sports May 19, 2017

Opposite dugout: Injuries, altercations and now a suspension haunt Blue Jays - Orioles Buzz

Opposite dugout: Blue Jays showing signs of life, Bautista back to old ways
Camden Chat May 19, 2017
Friday Bird Droppings: Orioles look to get back on track against Blue Jays

Friday Bird Droppings: Orioles look to get back on track against Blue Jays

A 1-6 road trip is not something that brings comfort to the Orioles faithful. Even with all of the success of the last few years, the failure of the preceding years has left a mark and I know I'm not alone in fearing the next collapse lurks around the corner. After my bold pronouncements about the Royals at the beginning of the week, I'm going to keep my trap shut about the Blue Jays, but Cito still sucks. The Orioles will follow the Toronto series with three consecutive series against first place teams. Orioles trying to heal from brutal road trip - School of RochRoch provides updates on...

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