Baltimore Orioles Tickets
The Baltimore Orioles will be looking to contend again after a successful 96-win season that saw a post season berth in 2014.
First baseman Chris Davis, who experienced a down year in 2014 after a stellar 2013, will need to return to his prior form that earned him the nickname “crush”. Davis will be a free agent at the end of this season so it is imperative he gets his bat swinging again this year. The Orioles will be without Nelson Cruz’s 40 homers and longtime Oriole Nick Markakis, so CF Adam Jones and 3B Manny Machado will need to take the reins.
Another guy who should be impactful on the Orioles’ success is catcher Matt Wieters. He started out strong in 2014 yet ended up having to undergo Tommy John’s surgery and should bounce back nicely in 2015.
Perhaps the guy Orioles ticket holders are most excited about this season is right-handed pitcher Kevin Gausman. After a first full-season in 2014 with a 3.57 ERA in 20 starts-16 of those in which he allowed three runs or fewer, Gausman will look to further improve his development. With a starting five pitching rotation that was solid last season, adding Gausman to the mix in whatever capacity, should propel this team to the next level.
Baltimore should be a fun team to watch this season with most of the AL East experiencing some kind of a retooling. Look for the Orioles to continue what they started in 2014 and make a run at October baseball.
With the 60th anniversary of the Orioles looming large this year fans can look forward to an awesome celebration of the team and its achievements at the 2014 Orioles Dream Week (from January 26th to February 1st). They can look forward to playing with many of their heroes such as Don Burford, Jim Gentile, Chris Hoiles. Shall I go on? A chance to fulfil a dream of a lifetime for all loyal fans.
Manager Buck Showalter has started the season well with the signing of new Bullpen Coach Dom Chiti to this Major Baseball League Team, who are batting for a third winning season this year. Chiti’s pedigree is impressive, as former Braves Assistant he has over 30 years scouting and coaching experience and is a man well thought of by many. He replaces Bill Castro who departed the team this year under difficult circumstances. He declined to move elsewhere within the team.
Previous years had been tough but they are determined to push forward to regain territory. The teams of the past were built upon their pitching and defense skills, which took a downslide in recent years. Additionally there has been a question mark over the performance of several players, namely Chris Davis and Matt Wieters. Other players have failed to reach their potential (Jake Arrieta and Zach Britton), moving the focus of the team’s expectations to players like Hunter Harvey and Dylan Bundy (righthanders), Tim Berry and Eduardo Rodriguez (lefthanders). All is not lost though, they are all working hard to ensure the team regains a supreme position with MLB.
Team development is is good hands under the watchful eye of farm director Brian Graham and scouting director Gary Rajsich. The prospects look good for 2014 and the fans should have a treat in store.
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