Camdencast

de Mark Brown

A Baltimore Orioles fan podcast

Episodios

The Division Series

por Mark Brown

The Orioles won the American League East! Holy crap. Mark and Stacey are here to break down the awesome season that was and the hopefully awesome ALDS against the Tigers that's still to come.

How Oblique Is It

por Mark Brown

The Orioles are muddling around .500 after about a month of baseball. Mark and Stacey talk a little about the bad reasons for that and a little about why they hope things can be better than this.

OPS Plus Ca Change

por Mark Brown

The 2014 season is under way. Chris Tillman and Zach Britton are good. Nick Markakis and David Lough are not. Mark and Stacey run down the Orioles storylines early in the year.

Season Preview 2014

por Mark Brown

Another baseball season is upon Mark and Stacey, and they're cautiously optimistic. Just how good will the rotation be, and will the lineup carry whatever they can't?

Sunny Side Up

por Mark Brown

Following the Orioles signings of Ubaldo Jimenez and Nelson Cruz, Mark and Stacey are feeling something unusual about the Orioles: excitement for the upcoming season. Do you think they're crazy?

How Do You Root For A Good Team

por Mark Brown

It's now two good seasons in a row for the Baltimore Orioles, but Mark and Stacey are still trying to figure out how to root for a good team.

Jim Johnson Rage

por Mark Brown

Jim Johnson has now blown nine saves and Mark and Stacey are a little upset about it. Will the Baltimore Orioles be able to make the playoffs? Can their rotation be consistent enough to make a run?

The Battle for Second Place

por Mark Brown

Second place is up for grabs in the AL East as the Baltimore Orioles are set to take on the New York Yankees in a weekend series. Mark and Stacey round up the Orioles news, and Mark is joined by Tanya Bondurant to hear about the Yankees.

Chris Davis is Awesome

por Mark Brown

Have you heard the word? Chris Davis is awesome. Mark and Stacey try to quantify just how awesome, along with two-thirds of the rest of the offense. Plus pouring out a couple forties for once-loved once-prospects and more.

Season Preview 2013

por Mark Brown

Mark and Stacey go out on a limb with their predictions for the Orioles and the rest of the league for 2013. What could be better for the team, and what could end up being worse? They break down as much as they can.

Mega-2013 AL East Preview Part II

por Mark Brown

Mark Brown from Camden Chat rounds up some other SB Nation AL East bloggers to discuss the upcoming season. In this part, Allie Kranick from DRaysBay and Tanya Bondurant from Pinstriped Bible join in.

Mega-2013 AL East Preview Part I

por Mark Brown

Mark Brown from Camden Chat rounds up some other SB Nation AL East bloggers to discuss the upcoming season. In this part, Matt Kory from Over the Monster and Tom Dakers from Bluebird Banter join in.

Irrational Excitement

por Mark Brown

Mark Brown and Stacey Long from Camden Chat begin the new era of Camdencast with some injury talk, irrational excitement, why it's OK to hope now, and a plea to the Baltimore Orioles to stop having infrequent, boring promotions.

An Unexpected Year

por Mark Brown

When 2012 started, Mark thought the Orioles would win 70 games and Andrew never dreamed he'd get a job in a baseball front office. The Orioles won 93 and Andrew is going to work for the Pirates.

Division Series Preview

por Mark Brown

With the Baltimore Orioles set to face the New York Yankees in the American League Division Series, Mark and Andrew welcome back Tanya Bondurant from Pinstriped Bible to preview the upcoming series.

One Game To Rule Them All

por Mark Brown

The American League Wild Card game is winner-take-all between the Baltimore Orioles and the Texas Rangers. Mark and Andrew are here to break down the game from as many angles as they can squeze in to an hour.

The Orioles Are In The Playoffs

por Mark Brown

The Baltimore Orioles have qualified for the 2012 Major League Baseball postseason, and Mark and Andrew react to the joyous news (live-as-recorded) and talk about the strange journey this far.

Let The Healing Begin

por Mark Brown

With Andrew gallivanting across the West Coast, Mark is joined by ESPN Insider Dan Szymborski, Orioles fan, to begin the healing process as the O's notched their 82nd win of the season.

Still One Game Back

por Mark Brown

The Baltimore Orioles are still one game back from the Yankees. Mark and Andrew look at some of the playoff rivals, whether it will last, and dip into the comment box to talk the future potential for Orioles attendance.

One Game Back

por Mark Brown

The Baltimore Orioles are one game back from the Yankees. Mark and pinch-podcaster Stacey attempt to be coherent about how this has happened, ponder a comment box question about a 2012 Orioles theme song, and look ahead to the next big showdown with New York.

Playoff Fever

por Mark Brown

Playoff fever seems to be sweeping through Birdland, and Mark and Andrew are no exceptions. They share some conversations about the Baltimore Orioles, dip back into the comment box and look ahead to the White Sox series, among other things.

The Contenders

por Mark Brown

The time has finally arrived: Mark is willing to accept that the Baltimore Orioles are in the wild card race, so he and Andrew break down the contenders. Also more listener questions from the Comment Box and a Rangers series preview.

Role Reversal

por Mark Brown

Four games into the Manny Machado era for the Baltimore Orioles, Mark and Andrew take stock. Plus debuting the new Comment Box feature, today talking about Chris Tillman, and looking ahead to the Red Sox.

Machadomas

por Mark Brown

With the news that the Baltimore Orioles would be calling up shortstop prospect Manny Machado from AA Bowie, Mark and Andrew just had to have the first emergency bonus breaking news edition of the podcast.

Book Club

por Mark Brown

The Baltimore Orioles did nothing at the trade deadline, and Mark and Andrew are happy about it, although Cliff Lee... The guys do a little book club, talking Weaver on Strategy and how the ten laws still apply today.

Know Your Enemy

por Mark Brown

The New York Yankees loom large, and after running through recent Baltimore Orioles news, Mark and Andrew welcome Tanya from Pinstripe Alley to get some intelligence on the most hated divisional rival.

Rollercoaster Ride

por Mark Brown

Six games ago, it looked like the Baltimore Orioles would never win another game. They have now won five straight. Mark and Andrew discuss some of the recent rollercoaster ride characteristics as the AL East opponents loom large.

Grounded Into A Double Podcast

por Mark Brown

The Baltimore Orioles were supposed to get fat on non-American League East opponents. They did not. Mark and Andrew assess the grim prospects for the Jason Hammel-less month that awaits.

Midseason 2012

por Mark Brown

It's the All-Star Break 2012. Mark and Andrew are joined by Stacey Long to revisit some of their laughably poor preseason picks while looking ahead to what the Baltimore Orioles might do in the second half of the season.

Jim Jam

por Mark Brown

The Baltimore Orioles have acquired Jim Thome. Why? Mark and Andrew also wonder. Plus: O's All-Stars, rotation woes, offense-related woes, and defensive woes. That's a lot of woe.

The Paratroopers

por Mark Brown

The All-Star Break approaches and the Orioles offense slumbers. Who will make the All-Star Team from the O's? Mark and Andrew consider these and other recent topics, including the Jamie Moyer situation, and the Orioles as buyers.

Good To Be Wrong

por Mark Brown

Almost nobody liked the Jason Hammel trade at the time. Mark and Andrew reflect on how sometimes it's good to be wrong. Other topics: Wei-Yin Chen, Jake Arrieta, the upcoming Mets series and (gasp) the Orioles as potential trade deadline buyers.

Misery Loves Company

por Mark Brown

The Pittsburgh Pirates are almost as much of a surprise this season as the Baltimore Orioles with a number of curious parallels. Charlie Wilmoth from Bucs Dugout joins in to help break down the upcoming series.

The Broken Hamate

por Mark Brown

Broken hamate bones abound as Mark and Andrew discuss the Baltimore Orioles' first draft pick, Kevin Gausman (bones intact), recent problems that have plagued the starting rotation, and admit one problem with blogging: you're always wrong.

Specters of the Past

por Mark Brown

The first month and a half of baseball has gone well for the Baltimore Orioles, but the ghosts of losing seasons past still haunt Orioles fans. Mark and Andrew try to figure out what's for real and what's a cruel mirage.