Author | Max Buchdahl

Gonzalez looks to give O’s season series win over Rangers

July 20, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

After opening the series with a 3-1 win last night, the Orioles have a chance to take the series, and the season series, from the Rangers with a win tonight. The pitching matchup is the same as last Thursday’s Orioles-Rangers game in Baltimoe, a game which the Orioles also won, 3-1. For the Rangers, Ross […]

Chen, Urrutia hope to get Orioles on right track for second half

July 19, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

With the All-Star break mercifully behind us, the Orioles begin the second-half of the season tonight by returning to the site of 2012’s greatest joy, Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.  The Orioles and Rangers split a four-game series last week in Baltimore, and the Rangers went into the All-Star break by losing two of three to […]

What the Orioles need to do to play post-season baseball

July 15, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

The All-Star break is a good time to look back on the first half of the season, and then make predictions about the second half. Then again, baseball is a game in which you can’t predict a thing, so all those predictions will soon be rendered meaningless. But, in the same breath, there are a […]

Gonzalez hopes to lead O’s to series split with tough Rangers team

July 11, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

After a morale-raising 6-1 win in last night’s game, the Orioles have put themselves in position to split the four-game series with the Rangers. Taking two of four against a team like the Rangers, one of the toughest in the American League, is no easy feat. Along with having the third-best record in the AL, […]

Chen shines in return, O’s avoid series loss for now

July 10, 2013 | Max Buchdahl

The Orioles got exactly what they needed tonight, something that will certainly bode well for the team as the baseball season heads down the stretch. In his first start in nearly two months, Wei-Yin Chen worked a strong seven innings, surrendering just a run on three hits. Chen even escaped a sixth-inning jam that almost […]

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.