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What the hell…

July 1, 2009

I go to bed at the end of the sixth inning after a rain delay, with the Sox up 9-1 against the Orioles. I wake up to a text message telling me the end of the game stats to find out the Orioles came back and won the game 11-10. What. The. Fuck.

Apparently this is the biggest comeback in Orioles team history, so congrats douchebags, you still suck. I just can’t believe Boston sucked this hard at the end of the game. Did they think they had this thing in the bag after 6 innings? What happened to the bats for the last three innings that they could only scare up one run? I mean it’s not like they hadn’t been hitting all night. I don’t know what the hell is going on but I’m starting to feel bad for John Smoltz. Guy can’t catch a break lately.

Well hold this one near and dear Baltimore, because you ain’t getting a win out of us again this year. You made the mistake of showing your hand too early, and now Boston is going to play all the games against you the whole way through. I wouldn’t be shocked if you had a bigger beatdown than back in August of 2007 against the Rangers. Here is the boxscore of that game in case you forgot. Don’t come crying to me when the Red Sox win 45-2 sometime soon. You asked for it.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
TEX (55-70) 0 0 0 5 0 9 0 10 6 30 29 1
BAL (58-66) 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 9 1

Editor’s note: Doesn’t Baltimore realize they are only there to lose games and give infield practice to teams? What do they think they’re doing winning games?

Make sure you’ve got some ice ready, Baltimore

May 21, 2009

Well, the Orioles are up in the Bronx trying to avoid the sweep that will inevitably take place tonight, but we have a side story that may prove to be more interesting that the final score of the game. That is, if it pans out like we want it to.

Joba “Bush League” Chamberlain is the starting pitcher tonight, and Aubrey “The Beast” Huff is in the lineup. If you don’t remember, the last time Joba pitched against the Orioles, Huff took him deep and then threw a fist pump right in his face as he rounded first and then again at home. Joba said something to the extent of “he can do whatever he wants, he hit a home run off of me”. That was in Camden yards. Now they’re in Yankee Stadium. We’ll see if Joba really meant what he said or if he was just a pansy/scared to retaliate in the Orioles home park. The option of him actually being that mature and humble does not exist.

I personally think that he is going to throw at Huff’s head and then act like he didn’t mean it and that “the ball got away”, but then again, it’s become standard fare for the umps to warn both sides before a Joba start, so he risks getting tossed early in the game if he really does in fact let the ball get away. Tough shit, though, that’s what you get for being a headhunter. Hopefully, if Joba throws at Huff or one of the Orioles, they decide to sack up and go after him, as we watch him scurry off the mound and into center field like a scared little chihuahua. Tune in and see, bitches.