BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Orioles supervisor Brandon Hyde mentioned that baseball feels nearer to regular.
COVID-19 protocols are nonetheless in place, however a full season is predicted to be performed.
Not like final 12 months, there may even be some followers within the stands.
That’s the excellent news. Past that, it’s one other rebuilding 12 months for the Orioles.
Baltimore is predicted to lose loads of video games because the crew remains to be within the strategy of growing its younger gamers.
Some younger hitters are the rationale for hope. Outfielders Austin Hays and Ryan Mountcastle each had a powerful Spring Coaching.
Hyde mentioned if followers are in search of a shiny spot, it’s the batting lineup.
“We now have loads of younger hitters who I believe are going to return into their very own,” Hyde mentioned. “You began seeing that just a little bit final 12 months. I believe we’re going to enhance on that.
The Orioles open up their season on Thursday, April 1, at Fenway Park towards the Boston Pink Sox. First pitch is scheduled for two p.m.