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The Baltimore Orioles are not out of the MLB Playoffs picture, but they certainly are not making a great case for their postseason presence lately. Baltimore has only won two of its last seven games. In fact, the Orioles are poised to lose in a sweep against the visiting Boston Red Sox this week, which is especially devastating for the home crowd. After the Red Sox head back to Fenway, Baltimore will take on the Arizona Diamondbacks to wrap up their 2016 regular season. Tickets to the first match against Arizona on Friday, September 23 at Camden Yards are currently on sale and available for purchase starting at just $18.
The Baltimore Orioles are one of the few MLB teams that are a for sure bet for the playoffs this year. They are wrapping up their season this month by playing just three more series. This week they take on the Tampa Bay Rays at the Oriole Park at Camden Yards. This series starts on September 15 and goes through Sunday the 18th. Get your tickets for the first game on Saturday, starting at an affordable $19 each. If you can’t make it to any games this week, try for the next week when the Orioles take on the Boston Red Sox. Tickets are still up for grabs, but are selling fast so get them today.
The playoff race is getting serious in Major League baseball, and the Baltimore Orioles are right in the thick of it. As of Sept. 8, the Orioles were 76-63, in third place in the AL East just two games behind division leader Boston. Baltimore is in a tight race for a division crown or, at worst, a wild card berth.
The Orioles began the month of September by winning four their first six games, including a pair over the New York Yankees and two more over Tampa Bay. Baltimore has a key stretch Sept. 12–14 at Boston. A good showing in that three-game series could vault the Orioles to the top of the division.
Unfortunately for Baltimore Orioles fans, the team is on a slide as it heads into the final games of regular season. In fact, the Orioles have now lost five out of their last seven games, bringing their overall record down to 72 - 61 and giving them a rank of third in the American League East. Baltimore insists, however, that they are far from finished. Now that their recent series with the Toronto Blue Jays is complete, they will prepare to host the New York Yankees this Labor Day weekend. The first of the three games kicks off tomorrow at 7:05 PM. Tickets are still on sale for $18 and up.
It’s been a mixed bag for the Baltimore Orioles the past few games. As of Aug. 24, the Orioles were 69-56, good enough for third in the AL East. Starting on Aug. 19, Baltimore dropped three in a row at home to Houston, two of which were in lopsided fashion. However, Orioles bounced back for a pair of wins over Washington in interleague play. Baltimore first dispatched their nearby foes 4-3 on Aug. 22 and then 8-1 the following day. Pitcher Kevin Gausman pitched six shutout innings in the victory. The Orioles have three straight home games against Toronto, Aug. 29–31. Get your tickets today to see the team in action. Get your seats starting at $15.
The Baltimore Orioles lost in their first of two games against the Red Sox. The Red Sox were ahead 3-0 after scoring three off of a homer in the fifth inning. In the bottom of the seventh, the Orioles tied the game with three runs of their own. Matt Wieters had a two-run RBI single and later in the inning Adam Jones had a walk, sending Chris Davis home. However, the tie was short lived, and the Red Sox scored two more in the eighth and the Orioles were unable to get any more runs. The two teams play again on the 17, and then the Orioles host the Astros for four games starting on the 18. You can still get tickets for $17 and up.
The Baltimore Orioles went 2-1 against the Giants in their latest three game series that started on August 12. In the first game, the Orioles won 5-2, but the Giants had control in game two for a 6-2 victory. Game three was a close one. The Giants were ahead 7-1 going into the seventh inning. The Orioles finally found their rhythm, rallying to win 8-7. A three run homer from Jonathan Schoop brought in the winning runs in the ninth inning. Mark Trubo also had a homer, making it his 34th in this career. The host the Red Sox for two followed by the Astros this week. Tickets remain available for prices starting at $13.
The Baltimore Orioles are on a roll. They have won their last five games in a row, and will look to continue the streak as they continue their three game series against the Rockies. The Orioles' latest victory came against the Rockies in game one on July 25. The game was close, going ten innings before Adam Jones scored the winning run for a walk off victory. Jones made it home when Manny Machado's singled on a fielding error. This was the team's second consecutive walk off win. The Orioles and Rockies play again on the 26 and 27 in Baltimore before the Orioles head to Minnesota to play the Twins. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $15.
In their latest three game series against the Angels, the Baltimore Orioles won 2-1. After the Orioles lost the first game, the two teams battled it out in game 2. The Orioles scored first with a run in the second inning. The Angels drew ahead when they got two runs in the sixth. The Orioles were able to equalize and get ahead to take the game. They came back from behind again the next night, thanks to home runs from Chris Davis and J.J. Hardy. After the All Star break, the Orioles head to Tampa Bay to play the Rays for a three game series that starts on July 15. You can still get your tickets for $16 and up.
The Baltimore Orioles have won their last five games in a row. After going 1-1 against the Padres, they hosted the Rays for a four game series, which they swept. The final game ended with a score of 12-5. The Orioles opened up strong, scoring four runs in the bottom of the first thanks to a grand slam by Chris Davis, the seventh in his career. They had another four run inning in the bottom of the eighth thanks to RBIs from Joey Rickard, Manny Machado, and Mark Trumbo, as well as a wild pitch on which Davis scored. The Orioles will look to continue this streak when they play the Padres on the 28 and 29 in San Diego. Tickets are available starting at $12.
The Baltimore Orioles won their latest series against the Red Sox with a 2-1 record. The Orioles won the first game 3-2. The Red Sox won the second game, but the Orioles reasserted their dominance in the third game. They were able to hold the Red Sox to a solitary run in the ninth inning and scored five runs themselves. Tom Wilson was on the mound for eight innings and only allowed the Red Sox just three hits. Adam Jones had a two-run homer and got another RBI on a double. Up next for the Orioles is a three game series against the Blue Jays at home starting on June 17. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $20.
The Baltimore Orioles came out the victors in their latest match up against the Angels, despite losing the last of the three games. In the first game, the Orioles came out strong, scoring two runs in the first inning, and remained in the lead throughout the game to win 9-4. The next night seemed as though the game might go the Angels' way when the teams went into the 9th inning with the Angels ahead 1-0. The Orioles scored three runs in the ninth inning to take the game, thanks to a 3 run homer from Matt Wieters. The Orioles next play the Astros in Houston starting on May 24. You can still get tickets for just $3.
The Baltimore Orioles officially have a three-game winning streak going and are currently sitting at first place in the American League East. They added the third victory last night, after defeating the Minnesota Twins on the road. Minnesota took the early lead with a single run scored in the bottom of the first inning, however the Orioles were able to rally to score a run of their own in the fourth inning, following by two more in the fifth. The Twins made a run for it to tie the game 3-3 in the sixth inning, but Baltimore added two runs in the ninth to give them the win. Tickets to their next home game on Thursday start at $11.