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Orioles 12, Pirates 6: Bashing toward a sweep

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The Orioles, behind the three-headed monster of Wieters-Reynolds-Pearce, swept the Pirates with a 12-6 win in the finale.

Phillies 9, Orioles 6: Arrietuuggggh

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Arrieta gets bludgeoned again, O's lose slugfest to Phils, 9-6.

10 Best Games of 1997: O's topple the Yanks, take back the Yard

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On June 3, 1997, the Orioles snapped a 9-game home losing streak against the Yankees with a walkoff win in extras.

Orioles 2, Rays 1: Matusz masterful, O's snap skid

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The Orioles snapped their 6-game slide with a tight 2-1 win over the Rays, led by Brian Matusz.

10 Best Games of 1997: Mussina's near-perfecto

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Our 10 Best Games of 1997 series looks back at Mike Mussina's near-perfect game on May 30.

Red Sox 8, Orioles 6: Hunter becomes the hunted

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The Orioles let an early 3-run lead slip away in a disappointing 8-6 loss to the Red Sox.

10 Best Games of 1997: Late-inning comebacks FTW

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Game #3 of the Orioles' 10 Best Games of 1997: An O's ninth-inning rally caps a wild game in Seattle.

Orioles 5, Yankees 2: Wei-Yinsanity

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The Orioles split the 2-game series with the Yankees, winning the finale, 5-2.

Orioles 4, Rays 3: All is forgiven, Nick Johnson

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Nick Johnson's 2-run homer led the O's to a 4-3 win over the Rays in the battle for first place in the AL East.

Orioles 6, Rangers 5: Forget pitching-- homeruns win ballgames.

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The Orioles blasted 3 straight HRs to start the game, a first in AL history, in beating the Rangers 6-5.

10 Best Games of 1997: Cal's slam caps O's comeback

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In our recap of the 10 best games of 1997, Cal Ripken's grand slam capped an O's comeback on May 6.

Orioles 8, Red Sox 2: Folks, this is getting awesome

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The Orioles won their fourth straight series, ripping the Red Sox 8-2.

Orioles 5, Athletics 2: ORIOLES MAGIC!

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The Orioles pull off a stupendous 5-run rally in the 9th to stun the Athletics, 5-2.

Athletics 5, Orioles 2: In which an umpire full-on tackles a fan

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The Orioles' 4-game winning streak is snapped by the Athletics, 5-2.

Orioles 2, Blue Jays 1: A helping hand from Eric Thames

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Orioles beat the Blue Jays in a low-scoring contest, 2-1.

Orioles 3, Angels 2: Nick gets mad, then gets even

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The Orioles pull off a great late-inning rally to stun the Angels, 3-2, in 10 innings.

Orioles 3, White Sox 2: Making Hawk Harrelson sad again

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The Orioles used pitching, defense, and three runs on homers to beat the White Sox, 3-2.

Yankees 5, Orioles 4: Please come back, Twins

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In a thoroughly ridiculous game, the Orioles come up short to the Yankees, 5-4, in 12 innings.

10 Best Games of 1997: Cal sets the tone on Opening Day

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Game #1 of the Orioles' 10 Best Games of 1997: Opening Day.

Tigers 6, Orioles 4: One week until it matters

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Orioles fall to Tigers, 6-4, on March 30.

Orioles 11, Twins 1: See you on Opening Day, Carl

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Orioles trounce Twins, 11-1, on March 22.

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CCC: Shrewd trades = win

Can we turn the 2012 Orioles into a contender? Well, stranger things have happened.*(*They haven’t.)Let’s start by looking at who’s already here. The Orioles’ bullpen wasn’t half bad last...

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