Author | Max Buchdahl

Orioles look to Gonzalez to salvage series, split with Royals

July 25, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

Following a second consecutive heart-breaking loss at the hands of the Royals, the Orioles will attempt to split the four-game series, and can do so with a win tonight. With the sweep of the Rangers this past weekend, they could also go 5-2 on the post-All-Star game road trip if they can find a way […]

Towson football expects nothing less than a national championship

July 24, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

Wednesday afternoon, a record crowd attended CAA football’s annual Media Day, held at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Player and coach representatives from each school held court, including from the CAA’s two newest members, Stony Brook and Albany. Meanwhile, the Towson Tigers are coming into the 2013 football season with high expectations following a disappointing […]

Hammel makes first start of second half with chance to turn season around

July 23, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

Last year, Jason Hammel went 8-6 with a 3.43 ERA. He was part of the Final Vote to be an All-Star. He started Game 1 of the ALDS against the Yankees and gave the Orioles a chance to win. He was unquestionably the Orioles ace. This year, well, not so much. Jason Hammel has been […]

Feldman with opportunity to give O’s their longest win streak of 2013

July 22, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

With the exception of a Rays sweep over the Blue Jays and a series win for the Red Sox over the Yankees, this past weekend couldn’t have gone any better for the Orioles.It’s not every series you visit one of the premier teams in the American League, and force them to make the mistakes.  Now, […]

Orioles to go for sweep behind strong road arm of Tillman

July 21, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

Behind Miguel Gonzalez’s eighth consecutive quality start, the Orioles won last night, 7-4, and have an opportunity tonight to complete their first road sweep of the season. The Rangers will send southpaw Martin Perez to the hill, while the Orioles will counter with Chris Tillman. Perez gave the Orioles offense a fit back on July […]

Max Buchdahl

Max Buchdahl is a senior at Carver Center for Arts and Technology in Towson, where his magnet is Literary Arts. A baseball fanatic since birth, Max got his first glimpse of playoff baseball in October 2012, and hopes to see even more in the coming years. You can shoot Max an e-mail at and follow him on Twitter at @max_buchdahl.