Andrew Gibson, Pittsburgh Pirates, ex-ESPN contributor, ex-Camden Chat contributor. Youppi! enthusiast.
The Orioles have a decision looming about former Most Valuable Oriole Luke Scott: should they cut him, or re-sign him?
Last night, the Nationals young and talented catcher Wilson Ramos was kidnapped from his home in Venezuela. With the Orioles trying to make headway internationally, let's all keep in mind how dangerous these places can be.
Dan Duquette is coming to pull the Orioles up by their bootstraps! What does his history in Boston and elsewhere foreshadow about his time in Baltimore?
The Baltimore Orioles's baseball season ended last night. And I received a gift of sorts from it's thrilling ending.
Word on the street has the Orioles's front office undergoing some big changes, maybe with Buck Showalter moving upstairs. Is Buck Showalter really suited to that role?
The Orioles have honored Tim Bascom and Jonathon Schoop, among others, as their minor league award winners for 2011. Should we really care?
Since his departure, the Orioles seemed to have convinced themselves that Mike Mussina is less than their greatest pitcher ever. What this blog presupposes is: maybe he is.
There's the good teams, then there's the bad teams, then there's fifty feet of crap, and then there's the Orioles. The truth about the O's terrible situation is revealed through the lens of Moneyball.
Brian Matusz was supposed to be one of the best young pitchers in baseball this year, leading the re-born Orioles to a winning season. Why did it all go so wrong?
The Baltimore Orioles will tell you as often as they can about the importance of building through the draft. History has shown that that starts with spending a lot of money in the draft.
Listen now to the rantings of a man broken. Broken by the Orioles absurd insistence that Vlad Guerrero is a clean-up hitter.
Orioles rookie Zach Britton has had some of the worst possible performances on the mound lately. Why?
The Orioles' trade deadline was mildly interesting. With the dust clearing, what's Birdland look like post-deadline?
The Baltimore Orioles do not walk much as a team, preferring instead to be "aggressive" at the plate. Is this a flawed philosophy of a team in need of remodeling?
As the second half of the baseball season begins, the Orioles and the Indians meet again. And so, too, does Camden Chat and Wahoo Blues.
The Orioles signed Vlad Guerrero last February to show how serious they were about winning. But will they release him to do the same?
Orioles pitcher Jeremy Guthrie leads baseball in losses. Why does this make some people think he's not really good?
The 2011 Baltimore Orioles are not good at scoring runs. But are they just one or two good hitters away from being great at scoring runs?
With another mediocre Baltimore Orioles team making their way to the annual trade season, should the Orioles really be looking at parting with some of their better players?
One of Camden Chat's writers has a new job in baseball. He would like to tell you a little bit about it.
Last week's series in Kansas City offered you, loyal reader, the opportunity to win an Adam Jones bobblehead. And nearly one hundred of you answered the bell! Which is, weirdly, a little humbling...
Of course you do! I am packing up and moving everything I own from Arlington, Virginia to the slightly-different feeling Allentown, PA to start an exciting new job. In the process I found an extra...
The Orioles' closer Kevin Gregg blew a save last night. It raises the question: why is Gregg the closer at all?
On Opening Day 2011, the Orioles will trot out Jeremy Guthrie to the mound. Here's why that should make Orioles' fans proud.