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Name: Camden Chat
Description: A blog and online community devoted to coverage of the Baltimore Orioles.
URL: http://www.camdenchat.com
RSS Feeds: Baltimore Orioles - http://www.camdenchat.com/rss/index.rdf
Related Team(s): Orioles
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2005-03-13 09:08:27
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Orioles vs. Padres: Series Preview

Founded by the Germans in 1904, scholars maintain the translation of “San Diego” was lost hundreds of years ago, but the Orioles are going to play baseball there anyway. Well, no matter your potential belief in baseball juju, and at th...

Orioles minors 6/27: Wright redemption?

Mike Wright's eight inning outing led a trio of fine pitching performances down on the farm... Norfolk Tides 7, Toledo Mud Hens 4 Mike Wright was a man on a mission as he rattled off eight in...

With NL games looming, the Orioles pitching staff brings mixed offensive potential

But Zach Britton and Yovani Gallardo can mash The Orioles begin a short series with the Padres in San Diego later today. Next Monday, they head to Los Angeles to take on the Dodgers. That’s right: National League road games, baby. You kno...

Tuesday Bird Droppings: The Orioles head west to find fame and fortune

After an off day, the Orioles west coast swing begins. Today in the news, Adam Jones' shoes, All-Star snubs waiting to happen, people who are hitting well in June, and a strange theory about Jake Arrieta's beard. Hello, friends. There's s...

A road-heavy remaining schedule presents challenges, opportunities for the Orioles

The Orioles are better at home than on the road, and they have many more road games left than home games. But maybe that’s not so bad. The Orioles have taken advantage of their league-leading ability to hit home runs and their stellar bul...

Around the AL East, Week 12: The Orioles start to pull away, for now

The Orioles now hold their largest lead of the season at four games. Can they keep it up as they head out west? The passenger side mirror of your car reminds you, “Objects in mirror are closer than they appear.” This is true also for ba...

Orioles minors 6/26: A decent end to a rough weekend

The O’s affiliates couldn’t win a single weekend series, but they did go 3-2 on Sunday. Norfolk Tides 5, Columbus Clippers (CLE) 3 Andy Oliver was shaky (2.2 IP, 6 H, 3 BB, 3 ER) in his sixth start of the season, which has been the norm...

Monday Bird Droppings: Basking in the goodness of a sweep-induced haze

The Orioles expand their four game lead in the AL East. Long may they reign... Was this past weekend's series sweep of the Rays a defining moment for the 2016

Orioles score 12 runs, complete sweep of the Rays

The Orioles are playing like a first-place team these days, which of course they are. The best of teams have a hard time sweeping a four-game series. The worst of teams have a hard time losing 11 games in a row. And yet that is what happen...

Sunday Bird Droppings

Kevin Gausman was lights out in Game 1, the offense rescued Chris Tillman in Game 2, and the Red Sox lost, so the O's added 1.5 games to their lead. That's a pretty good Saturday. Let's Play Two!

Orioles minors 6/25: Hunter Harvey’s rehab begins

A variety of action on the farm on Saturday, but the most important is that Hunter Harvey’s rehab has begun. Columbus (Indians) 7, Norfolk Tides 4 Tides starter Joe Gunkel decided to make like Chris Tillman, and in Saturday’s case that ...

Orioles beat Rays in nightcap, 8-6, despite Tillman’s struggles

Chris Tillman was not good but the Orioles offense decided to destroy the Rays anyway, hitting four home runs in an 8-6 victory. It’s not an easy thing for an MLB team to win two baseball games in the span of a day. This is an even toughe...


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