Tagged: George Sherrill

Angry O’s fan!

In the early part of the season, I was feeling,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now with the O’s playing like this I am feeling,

 

                                                                                                                                                

503427305_92eb7830a4.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

I mean, C’mon, I was going crazy after the O’s outscored the Sox 10-1 in the 7th and 8th innings of the game Tuesday night and pulled off the biggest comeback in O’s history.

Wednesday night followed with the O’s  bullpen giving up the lead to the Sox and losing the game in extra innings. Wow! That was a punch to the stomach.

 

Well in other news, the O’s offense did pretty well scoring five runs early against the Sox but they couldn’t keep the pace, and stopped scoring.

 

                                                                                                                                         
you%20suck%20ad.gif 

Continue reading

O’s Win! O’s Win! Biggest Comeback In Club History!

Tuesday night at Oriole Park in Camden Yards. Dave Trembley commented on the win saying,

“That was just tremendous. It was by far the best game I have been involved in.”

With the O’s down and their starters out, the first O’s hitters of the seventh inning made it an eight run deficit, (score was 10-1 before). Oscar Salazar then came to the plate and mashed a three run home run making the score 10-6 by the end of the inning.

 

The eighth inning, the O’s struck again, when the first three O’s batters got singles off of Hideki Okajima. Next, rookie Matt Wieters came up to the dish and singled home starting LF Nolan Reimold. Score now 10-7, Ty Wiggington hit a sac fly to make it 10-8 Red Sox. Brian Roberts, who was slumping knocked a single down the third base line, scoring another run making it 10-9 Red Sox. After Felix Pie came up and struck out, it was Nick Markakis. Markakis got a great pitch, and sent it into the left center field gap, bringing home two runs, and giving the O’s the lead.

rnj-orioles-custom_2.jpgGeorge Sherrill got to close it out for the O’s, who almost lost it. But retired the side. He gave up a single to the leadoff Sox hitter. Then set down Lugo and Pedroia before beaning Youkillis who had an HR earlier in the game. With runners on first and second, Sherrill struck out Bay, and the O’s went nuts! Sherrill got his 17 save of the year, while the O’s came onto the field to celebrate! And can I say what a win it was for the O’s. That was very exciting and now I believe. Until next time…. GO O’s!!!! 🙂