The Baltimore Orioles sit at 14-26 as they have officially reached the quarter pole of the 2019 season.
Brandon Hyde’s “Baby Birds” have had some ups and downs throughout the first quarter of the season but all in all they have proven to be a good watch on most nights. After racing out to 4-1 start, the Orioles dropped eight of their next nine decisions to fall 5-9. They have not been able to sniff the .500 mark since that April tailspin.
Let’s take a look at some takeaways from this team as they sit in last place in the American League East at the quarter pole of the 2019 season.
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The Baltimore Orioles are off to a surprising 3-1 start under first-year Manager Brandon Hyde.
2019 projects to be the first year of a major rebuild under the on-field guidance of Hyde and the front office mastery of Mike Elias and company. The Birds are off to a great start after picking up a series opening 6-5 win against the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night, snapping a 10-game losing streak at Rogers Centre.
This win came fresh off the heels of taking two of three over the vaunted New York Yankees in the Bronx this past weekend.