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Orioles fall short Tuesday night

On Tuesday night at Globe Light Field, the Baltimore Orioles fell short to the Texas Rangers in game 3 of the Division Series. 


While getting swept for the first time this season, the Orioles came off an amazing season with a record of 101-61. They lost 7-1 in game 3 of the Division series. Although the Orioles’ season ended on Tuesday night, the Orioles clubhouse was not in stunned silence — breaking all odds as the Orioles were projected to be one of the worst teams in the MLB.


 Do you view it as a successful season? Manager Brandon Hyde answered, “How can I not? We won 101 games. We won the East. We defied the odds. No one gave us a chance. We played really well all season.”


Multiple players had their own opinions on the season. “It didn’t end the way that we wanted, but it was a special season,” said outfielder Austin Hays. “It was fun, it was the most fun I’ve ever seen a team have. That first playoff game at Camden Yards was amazing.” 


In addition, shortstop Gunnar Henderson said, “This was a good step in the right direction. This is going to fuel us for next season. We’ve got to get better to make a World Series push.” 


Finally, don’t forget that the Baltimore Orioles are a young team that is new to the October playoff setting, with louder crowds and everything on the line. With a little bit more experience, the Baltimore Orioles will be just as successful next year if not more. 

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