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Josh Donaldson

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  • One pitch costs Orioles closer Zach Britton in walk-off loss to Athletics

    Before Friday night’s game against the Oakland Athletics, Orioles manager Buck Showalter talked about how difficult it is to get a reliever back into a routine after the All-Star break. “It’s always a tough time because you have...
  • Orioles closer Zach Britton says he will learn from tough blown save Friday night

    OAKLAND, Calif. — A day after blowing his third save opportunity of the season in a 5-4, walk-off loss Friday to the Oakland Athletics, Orioles closer Zach Britton wanted to get back on the mound as soon as possible. “I hope we either have a...
  • Adam Jones helps Orioles bounce back from heartbreak with 8-4 win over Athletics

    OAKLAND, Calif. — Coming off a heartbreaking, walk-off loss to open their 10-game, West Coast road trip Friday night, the Orioles’ resilience was tested Saturday night against an Oakland Athletics club with the best record in baseball. But...
  • Orioles fall behind early, can't recover in 10-2 loss to Oakland Athletics on Sunday

    Orioles fall behind early, can't recover in 10-2 loss to Oakland Athletics on Sunday
    OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Orioles might have another chance to play the Oakland Athletics down the road in October with much higher stakes on the line. But following a humbling, 10-2 loss to the team with the best record in baseball Sunday afternoon, the...
  • Confusion in third inning Sunday after Adam Jones forgets number of outs

    Confusion in third inning Sunday after Adam Jones forgets number of outs
    OAKLAND, Calif. -- A peculiar play unfolded in the third inning of Sunday's game when the Oakland Athletics' Josh Donaldson hit a fly ball to center fielder Adam Jones with one out and runners at first and third base. Jones caught Donaldson's fly ball...
  • Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman intends to learn from shaky outing against Oakland

    OAKLAND, Calif. – The biggest sign of Kevin Gausman's growth this season might be the moxie he has shown with his ability to get out of trouble. The Orioles right-hander did it last month in Tampa Bay, where he loaded the bases in the first inning...
  • Orioles closer Zach Britton fights off numbness after comebacker to close out 4-2 win in Anaheim

    Orioles closer Zach Britton fights off numbness after comebacker to close out 4-2 win in Anaheim
    ANAHEIM, Calif. – When Orioles closer Zach Britton took a comebacker off the inside of his right elbow in the ninth inning of Monday's 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Angels, he made sure he got the out before giving in to the pain. Facing pinch-...
  • California dreaming about October baseball

    The state of baseball is strong. The state of baseball is California. Never have four of the state's five major league teams qualified for the playoffs in the same year. But this could be the most golden of Octobers in the Golden State. ------------...
  • Another All-Star Game, another round of Selig's idiocy

    The All-Star Game is an exhibition. It is meaningless. Except that it means home-field advantage in something that actually matters, the World Series. Thank Idiot Fox Sports Lackey Bud Selig for that. I believe that’s his official title now: Idiot...
  • Angels fall to Athletics, 10-9, in 11 innings

    Angels fall to Athletics, 10-9, in 11 innings
    KEY MOMENT: Down by two runs in the ninth, Kole Calhoun double for his third hit of the game and Mike Trout hit a towering two-run homer to center field, his fifth of the season, against left-hander Sean Doolittle to pull the Angels even, 9-9. But Oakland...
  • Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    I've noticed over the past few years, it seems the Cubs are the only team that continues to deploy a left and right-handed lineup card depending on the starting pitcher. To me, that seems like it would be hard for anyone to get in a groove. Why not just...