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Baltimore on the Cheap has new update
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Now that spring is here, it’s time for gardens and flower beds everywhere to start blooming.  And, this year, Lowe’s is making Mother’s Day weekend extra special with a giveaway perfect for gardeners and plant lovers.  On May 11 and 12, 2024, Lowe’s is giving away...Read more... »   
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1 day ago Orioles minor league recap 4/20: Kjerstad, Povich help Norfolk snap 10-game skid
Cade Povich is looking mighty impressive so far. | Photo by George Kubas/Diamond Images via Getty Images The Tides’ long losing streak is over, while the Baysox won a walkoff and the IronBirds ran wild to a victory. Triple-A: Norfolk Tides 4, Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (Marlins) 1 It’s over! It’s finally over. The Tides’ 10-game losing streak, which saw them plummet from the best team in minor league baseball into a sub-.500 straggler in the blink of an eye, came to an end at last. Prospects Cade Povich and Heston Kjerstad deserve the bulk of the accolades. Povich, the Orioles’ top pitching prospect, continued his stellar start to 2024 by tossing 5.1 shutout innings and racking up nine strikeouts. He did walk four, a season high, but when your season ERA is 0.83, that can be forgiven. Garrett Stallings and Kaleb Ort handled the rest of the mound duties with little trouble, with Jacksonville’s only run coming on a solo homer by Griffin Conine, son of former Oriole and Marlin Jeff. Meanwhile, Kjerstad crushed two more home runs to inflate his season total to 10 and RBI total to 30. He’s played only 19 games! In almost any other organization he’d be finding everyday at-bats in the majors right now, but there’s no obvious spot for him in the O’s lineup at the moment. Connor Norby, another guy more than deserving of a major league call-up but currently blocked, contributed two hits out of the leadoff spot. The other two members of the now-Fab Four, Coby Mayo and Kyle Stowers, each went 0-for-4. Norfolk won despite going 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position. Box score Double-A: Bowie Baysox 5, Altoona Curve (Pirates) 4 — 10 innings It was an exciting ending in Bowie, where the Baysox walked off with an extra-innings, come-from-behind victory. Before that, though, it was the Curve who came from behind, erasing a late Baysox lead with a tying run in the ninth, then going ahead in the top of the 10th before Bowie plated two in the bottom half. Three consecutive singles by Billy Cook, TT Bowens, and John Rhodes made the Baysox a winner. Rhodes’s game-winning knock capped a three-hit night for him, something he very much needed after entering the game batting .133 for the season. On the opposite end of the spectrum was leadoff man Frederick Bencosme, who started the night with a blistering .395/.447/.628 line but took a rare 0-for-5 (and committed an error and got picked off). Samuel Basallo, the Orioles’ best prospect currently in the minors, did not start but struck out in a pinch-hit at-bat. Box score High-A: Aberdeen IronBirds 6, Hudson Valley Renegades (Yankees) 2 Check out the box score below. What jumps out at you? How about the IronBirds’ SEVEN stolen bases without being caught? This game was a track meet for Aberdeen, who ran wild on poor Renegades catcher Jesus Rodriguez. We all know Enrique Bradfield Jr. can fly, and indeed last year’s first round pick had two of the steals, but how about second baseman Tavian Josenberger? The 22-year-old, a third rounder last year, swiped three bags in this game and now has 11 this season. While those guys were running wild, the beefy Creed Willems continued to do beefy things, smacking three doubles to increase his OPS to 1.191. The erstwhile catcher was playing first base in this game. Starting pitcher Jackson Baumeister, the Orioles’ highest-selected pitcher in the 2023 draft, gave up two runs and three walks in 3.1 innings and also uncorked three wild pitches. He was replaced by Carter Baumler, the Orioles’ highest-selected (and only) pitcher in the 2020 draft. Baumler worked 2.2 scoreless innings of relief. Box score Low-A: Down East Wood Ducks (Rangers) 9, Delmarva Shorebirds 1 An uncompetitive Shorebirds loss prevented an organizational sweep on this night. Delmarva managed only five hits, just one for extra bases, and every Shorebirds hitter struck out at least once. Down East hurlers Alejandro Rosario and Wilian Bormie each threw four scoreless innings with seven strikeouts. If you thought the offense was bad, get a load of the defense. The Shorebirds committed four errors that led to six unearned runs. Left-hander Luis De León, the Orioles’ best international pitching prospect, ended up getting tagged with five runs in three innings even though only one was earned. In fairness, one of those errors was his own. With performances like this, it’s not a surprise that the Shorebirds now own a 1-12 record this season. Box score Saturday’s scheduled games Norfolk: at Jacksonville, 6:35 PM. Starter: TBD Bowie: vs. Altoona, 6:35 PM. Starter: Trace Bright (0-1, 3.12) Aberdeen: at Hudson Valley, 5:05 PM. Starter: Moisés Chace (1-0, 0.00) Delmarva: at Down East, 5:00 PM. Starter: Michael Forret (1-1, 5.63)

Sunday Specials in Baltimore

Geckos Bar & Grille
Bar & Restaurant
2318 Fleet St, Baltimore MD, 21224
Southwestern Style Buffet Brunch
$14 Includes Mimosas, Champagne and all non-alcoholic beverages
$2 Bloody Marys
$2 Screwdrivers
Bar & Restaurant
1024 S. Charles St., Baltimore MD, 21230
$2 Yuengling Drafts
$5 Fresh squeezed orange crush
daily food and drink specials
Mother's Federal Hill Grille
Bar & Restaurant
1113 S. Charles Street, Baltimore MD, 21230
1/2 $ wings (1PM til 5PM)
$10 Bucket of Coors Lt. & Blue Moon pitchers (1PM til 5PM)
$2 Entr
Pickles Pub
Bar & Restaurant
520 Washington Blvd, Baltimore MD, 21230
NFL football
$1 Miller high life
$3 Sam Adams and twisted teas

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