Welp, that was (not so) fun while it lasted. Another poor pitching performance sunk the Orioles’ chances in Game 3 of the ALDS, culminating with a sweep-clinching 7-1 loss to the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night.
Of course, it’s not all on Dean Kremer’s shoulders. The offense had a bad night too, and you can also look at manager Brandon Hyde for being less aggressive with his pitching moves than he himself said he planned to be coming into the game.
It was a nightmarish evening that concluded a brutal series for these Orioles. Despite such a special summer it leaves all of us with a rather bitter taste in our mouth. It may take some time, but eventually that will dissipate and we will remember how much fun we had with these guys for six months.
Eli is on this episode to give you his perspective on the loss as well as reflection on the series as a whole. While the positives were few and far between, there were still some nice things to consider and give you hope for the immediate future of the Baltimore Orioles.
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