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Baltimore Fishbowl has new update
1 day ago Friday Afternoon Headlines: Dixon concedes to Scott; Maryland’s ‘uncommitted’ primary voters hope to sway Biden on Gaza ceasefire; Get to know the horses running in the Preakness; and more.
Sheila Dixon concedes Democratic Mayoral Primary — WMAR Will Maryland’s ‘uncommitted’ primary voters sway Biden administration on Gaza cease-fire? — Maryland Matters Preakness 2024: From Mystik Dan to Uncle Heavy, get to know the eight horses in the field — The Baltimore Sun Under Armour announces restructuring plan, warns of sales decline — Baltimore Business […]
Baltimore Brew has new update
1 day ago Sheila Dixon concedes Baltimore mayoral race to Brandon Scott
After this her third attempt at a comeback, the former mayor says she won’t be trying again but vows to “never stop working to serve the city I love.”
Baltimore Fishbowl has new update
1 day ago Hot Plate: Freetjes opens, Preakness cocktails, Costeria Wine Mixer, and more
From exciting openings to Preakness cocktails and more, this week promises to be a fun one on the Baltimore food scene.
Camden Chat has new update
1 day ago Survey results: O’s fans see Kimbrel back as closer before too long
Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images Kimbrel needs 12 more saves to get into the top five on the career leaderboard Early in the past offseason, the Orioles went out and signed Craig Kimbrel with the idea that he would be the closer. If you wanted to be excited about the signing, there was plenty to be excited about. Guys with his experience who are not hanging on to their careers by a thread don’t show up on the Orioles very often. If you wanted to be nervous, you could be that too, because Kimbrel’s best days are long behind him and his second act has not been a consistently successful one. After a mostly successful April, the unpredictable Kimbrel of recent seasons appeared right around when the calendar turned to May. At this moment, he is not the closer. Manager Brandon Hyde is using Kimbrel in different spots that are usually still fairly high leverage but not “one-run lead in the ninth inning” level of leverage. It’s not clear who in the Orioles bullpen is the closer, or if there is any one closer just now. This week, I asked fans to weigh in on who they think will end up getting the most saves from this point forward. The results of the survey are in and here’s what you had to say about it: That’s a plurality believing Kimbrel is going to reclaim his closer role soon and keep it the rest of the way. Not far behind, “someone else” could be either Danny Coulombe or Albert Suárez. At this point, Coulombe has gotten one save and Suárez has yet to record one. Yennier Cano and Jacob Webb, players who each have two saves so far, are also in the survey but received much less support. Kimbrel hasn’t allowed a run in the three outings since he was shifted out of the closer’s role. Although Hyde said that the Orioles were going to stick with Kimbrel and some people interpreted that to mean he would keep getting save chances, that is not how things have played out. It’s not clear how long he will need to do better in order to demonstrate that he deserves to be the first choice for save chances again, and there’s always the possibility that someone else could come along and go on a heater that can’t be ignored. I think that the Orioles would still like Kimbrel to be the closer and it won’t take him much more to convince them to put him back. In that sense, the poll result seems about right: Kimbrel is recognized as the most likely option but not the choice of the majority. All that’s left to do now is figuratively hold our breath every time there’s a late, narrow Orioles lead until people prove themselves trustworthy enough that fans can be confident. Check out DraftKings Sportsbook, the official sportsbook partner of SB Nation.

Saturday Specials in Baltimore

Mother's Federal Hill Grille
Bar & Restaurant
1113 S. Charles Street, Baltimore MD, 21230
1PM - 5PM
1/2 $ Crab Dip
$7 Miller Lt Pitchers
$10 Amstel Lt.
Bar & Restaurant
26 Market Place, Baltimore MD, 21202
Best Happy Hour in Baltimore
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