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Topic - Buck Showalter
Ian Desmond hopes to return to the Nationals' lineup Saturday. Plus, read what Jayson Werth and Matt Williams said about Buck Showalter's dugout tirade.
Buck, the reason for the very existence of the franchise you work for now is because the owner of the Washington Senators was kind enough to let them have a team in Baltimore. And the reason you have this wonderful ballpark to play in is because of Washington and its baseball fans.
The circumstances that brought the Nationals to Washington, D.C., out of Montreal and almost into Baltimore's backyard, aren't lost on Orioles manager Buck Showalter. In an interview with reporters on Tuesday, Showalter took a jab at the Nationals and their relocation, just as his team is working through a four-game set with their region-sharing counterparts. To read the full story from CSNBaltimore.com, click here.
Matt Williams learned plenty while playing for Buck Showalter 16 years ago. Now he's using those lessons while managing against his mentor.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter announced the news before Monday night's game at Tampa Bay. Showalter says the team is hopeful that Wieters will be ready for Opening Day next season.
Manny Machado is trying not to make too much of his big game on Sunday that led the Baltimore Orioles over Houston.
Baltimore manager Buck Showalter said after Saturday's game against Houston that Nelson Cruz is in a good place.
Ubaldo Jimenez finished May the way he started the month - with a good start.
Nelson Cruz's two latest home runs weren't enough to keep the Baltimore Orioles from leaving town with a second straight loss.
Corey Kluber had command of his pitches, worked the strike zone effectively and regularly got ahead in the count.
It wasn't facing his former team that brought out the worst in Ubaldo Jimenez. Unfortunately, it's pretty much been like that all season for the $50 million right-hander.
The Baltimore Orioles thought they were done worrying about Manny Machado after he finally returned from offseason knee surgery on May 1.
Chris Tillman has grown used to the concept of running into early trouble and eventually working his way out of it.
Ubaldo Jimenez had dynamite stuff, as seven strikeouts and one walk in five innings would indicate.
Tommy Hunter stood in the middle of a pack of reporters, patiently answering each question.
"That's a good club. I'm glad they're somebody else's problem," Showalter said.
"You realize how big an area this was for the Orioles before our owner was kind enough to let them have a team here," Showalter told reporters.