Coming off a season-opening sweep at the hands of the defending American League East champion Tampa Bay Rays, the Orioles enter Monday’s home opener at Camden Yards 0-3 for the first time since 2007. But there might be a silver lining.
In their past three seasons, the Orioles won at least one of their first three games before plunging to the bottom of the standings. A 2021 season that started with a sweep of the Boston Red Sox ended with 110 losses, the franchise’s second-most since moving to Baltimore in 1954. Perhaps this time a bad start signals a bright future.
In many ways, this year could provide some of the first glimmers of hope for the long-term rebuild under executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias and his staff. Before the Orioles take the field Monday,…
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