Brad Bergesen

Arizona Diamondbacks #52 - Pitcher

  • Born: 09/25/85
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 210

Friday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles busted loose in Boston


The Orioles shellacked the Red Sox in their series finale, which is giving us some conflicted feelings.

World Series of Arizona Diamondbacks: 2012 @ 2001


Our second look at the World Series champions, and winners in the pre-tournament poll. Can they prevail?

What if the Orioles never made the Erik Bedard trade?


It is one of the biggest trades in club history, and without it the Orioles may have continued their losing ways for even longer.

Wednesday Bird Droppings: The 300 home runs allowed edition


The Orioles quest to give up home runs has crossed the 300 mark. They won last night anyway.

Sizing up the Orioles competition for the top of the 2020 draft: August edition


The Orioles are no longer the worst team in MLB and they’re close to not even being the second-worst.

Orioles prospect season in review: Keegan Akin


The hardware and accolades taken home by the O’s lefty don’t lie. Akin is a legit prospect.

Wednesday Bird Droppings: Where Manny can play whatever position he wants


Dan Duquette would like to sign some guys by this weekend. So he says. That and more in today’s Bird Droppings!

The 2017 Orioles were a failed team. So what’s next?


The Orioles were sunk by their starting rotation and wasted one of the last years before Manny Machado is a free agent. Where can they go from here?

Orioles announce Mancini, Bundy t-shirt giveaway dates

If you’re an Orioles fan who wants to get a Trey Mancini or Dylan Bundy t-shirt, this could be for you, but the designs are, uh... uninspired.

O’s settle with Machado, Britton, Tillman, hearings for others

The Orioles settled on a 2017 contract with several players, including the expensive ones, Zach Britton and Manny Machado. Three more will be headed to hearings.

All-Time Top 100 Marlins: #85 Ryan Webb


Ryan Webb played in parts of three seasons for the Florida/Miami Marlins, totaling a 9-12 career mark with a 3.34 ERA.

O’s spoil another quality Gausman start, lose 3-2


What makes the Orioles score only one run against a mediocre starting pitcher like Kendall Graveman? The world may never know.