Orioles Magic

May 10

“And my life is more enjoyable in a real sports city filled with classy people :)” — Jen Royle, ladies and gentlemen.


p.s. if your life is so much better in Boston…why are you still hung up on hating Baltimore so hard?


Also, a friend let me know that she can dish it out but can’t take it - watch what you say or her lawyer (who probably thinks she’s as idiotic as the rest of us) might give you a call.

May 08

benkenjes:

YES

benkenjes:

YES

(Source: charleslollar)

nomcakes:

seriously though. this. go o’s!

nomcakes:

seriously though. this. go o’s!

(via nomcakes)

tomolive:

Yeah…Why Not?
Historic Game In Fenway Yesterday.

sometimes I seriously think about getting Why Not? tattooed on my foot (with the Orioles ‘O’) and the baby bird on the other foot.

tomolive:

Yeah…Why Not?

Historic Game In Fenway Yesterday.

sometimes I seriously think about getting Why Not? tattooed on my foot (with the Orioles ‘O’) and the baby bird on the other foot.

“It’s early [in the season], but it ain’t too early to say we’ve got something good going on here.” — Robert Andino

“There are plenty of ways to measure and explain what it is that has the Orioles in first place, but there is nothing quite like a 17-inning win with your DH on the mound to make an Orioles fan ponder, “Why not?”” — Dave Sheinin, Washington Post

(Source: Washington Post)

May 07

“I’ve been broadcasting 37 years and I’ve never seen anything like this.” — Orioles play-by-play man, Joe Angel

lost-and-searching-in-america:

Orioles first basemen Chris Davis was called into to pitch in 16th inning against the Boston Redsox after the O’s had exhausted their bullpen. Davis gave up just 2 hits and no runs while also getting two strikes outs. The Orioles would take the lead in the 17th with a three run Adam Jones homer. Davis, who is the Orioles regular first basemen and is not a part of the O’s bull pen, and in fact has never pitched in a big league game before today was credited with the win.

lost-and-searching-in-america:

Orioles first basemen Chris Davis was called into to pitch in 16th inning against the Boston Redsox after the O’s had exhausted their bullpen. Davis gave up just 2 hits and no runs while also getting two strikes outs. The Orioles would take the lead in the 17th with a three run Adam Jones homer. Davis, who is the Orioles regular first basemen and is not a part of the O’s bull pen, and in fact has never pitched in a big league game before today was credited with the win.

(Source: the-flame-imperishable)

daily reminder that I love sidewinders (and Darren O’Day)

daily reminder that I love sidewinders (and Darren O’Day)

(Source: classactsandgymrats)

cuddleology:

only waited my entire life to see what we just did to Boston and NY this past week. It’s been too long 

cuddleology:

only waited my entire life to see what we just did to Boston and NY this past week. It’s been too long 

(via cuddleology-deactivated20131103)