Showing 1 - 10 of 40 Stories for Al Bumbry
Now the Race is On
Five wins in seven games with New York have put the Orioles in hot pursuit of another AL East title
The Orioles All Pitched In
Baltimore overwhelmed Philadelphia in five games in the World Series with an exemplary team effort that featured rookie Pitcher Mike Boddicker and three tough Stooges
AL EAST: NO ONE SINGS THE BLUES IN BIRDLAND
Baltimore's four-man outfield of Paul Blair, Don Baylor, Rich Coggins and Al Bumbry is swift and good. Bumbry, batting .337, was the league's ...
AN ONGOING EPIC
A few words please, Al Bumbry. Mike Flanagan...by the way, which one of you guys is Flanagan? You're who? Scott McGregor? Close enough. Stand over there ...
Doing the Oriole cha-cha
It has been two steps forward and then two back for erratic Baltimore, but with kids coming on and veterans steadying, the beat may be up
ANOTHER PEARL FOR EARL
... seventh inning when another of their reliable substitutes, Terry Crowley, pinch- hit a single that scored Al Bumbry, who had legged out a triple, ...
BIRDS BUG OFF TOWARD A TITLE
Outfielders Don Baylor and Paul Blair lead with 17 each and rookie Al Bumbry has 15. Rich Coggins, who is just another number in Weaver's ...
INSIDE PITCH (Statistics through July 8)
The situation: Royals up 2-1 in the bottom of the fifth with two out, a man on third and an 0-2 count on Al Bumbry. In the background, thunder ...
These Movers Are Shakers
Some old familiar baseball faces will be seen in unfamiliar places this year. One unexpected twist sent relief pitcher Bill Caudill (top left) to Toronto. Catcher Gary Carter (left) is determined to help the Mets, and outfielder Rickey Henderson (above) will kick up his heels for the Yankees. Reliever Bruce Sutter (top right) will harry Atlanta opponents, and LaMarr Hoyt (right) shapes up as a formidable starter for San Diego. Now, for a report on three new faces in Baltimore, of all places