Positives in a putrid season (Ep. 82)
The Orioles season wraps up this week, and there are actually a few good things about them. That's neat!
You have to hand it to the Orioles. For having such a terrible record, and a disastrous record overall, there have been some memorable moments. John Means threw a no-hitter. Cedric Mullins is going to get MVP votes. Pat Valaika…well, he definitely did something at some point.
But all of that is nearly over. The O’s 2021 season ends in just a few days. For some, that comes as welcome relief. For others, it is a sad sign of summer’s end, and the start of baseball’s long hibernation in Baltimore.
Before that happens, though, let’s celebrate the good times. On this week’s final regular season episode the guys talk about Mullins’s achievement, the emergence of Chris Ellis, the improvement of the young pitchers, and the future of Kyle Stowers.
All positive topics? On an Orioles podcast? Impossible!
You’re right. They also discuss Anthony Santander heading to the IL and what has been a tough season overall.
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