Kevin Ebert  

Kevin was the owner of the Orioles blog Eutaw Street Blues. He had operated the site since the beginning of the Orioles magical 2012 season. He tends to focus on sabermetric analysis of the Orioles and their minor league affiliates. He balances his analysis between what he sees with his eyes and what the analysis of the data says. The Columbia, MD native attended the University of Colorado at Boulder while obtaining a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration. He also attended Loyola University Maryland obtaining the degree of Masters of Business Administration. When Kevin is not reading or writing about baseball, he finds time to work at M&T Bank.

 

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Can the Orioles Make the Playoffs?

The Orioles now sit 2.5 games back in the Wild Card race.  After taking 2 of 3 from Toronto, the Orioles still have a lot of work to do to make a run at one of the 2 Wild Card … Continue reading

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Hunter Harvey Debuts in Aberdeen

Since there were three of us from BSL in Aberdeen to cover Hunter Harvey’s first start, we’re going to write a tandem piece on the game.  You’ll see thoughts from Tucker Blair and I below, while Luke Jackson provided the … Continue reading

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Orioles Hitters in July

The Orioles had their first losing month of the season in July going 12-13.  The club was outscored by eight runs during the month so their record just about matched up with their run differential.  The Orioles lost a lot … Continue reading

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Don’t Be a Slave to the Save

With the Orioles leading the Blue Jays 8-5 with two outs in the ninth inning on Friday night, Orioles manager Buck Showalter brought in his closer Jim Johnson.  This being a save situation, this was a perfectly logical decision, right?  … Continue reading

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Orioles Hitters in June

The Orioles have shown remarkable consistency this season in their won loss record each month this season.  During June, they went 16-12.  This followed a 15-13 May and a 16-11 April.  Their winning percentage has been between .536 and .593 … Continue reading

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Kevin Gausman Sent to Triple A, Arrieta Recalled

Outside of a couple of mistakes in the fourth inning last night, Kevin Gausman pitched exceptionally well against the Red Sox.  Those two mistakes led to back to back home runs by David Ortiz and Mike Carp but they were … Continue reading

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Orioles Hitters in May

The Orioles followed up a 16-11 record in April with a 15-13 May.  As a team they scored 142 runs in 28 games, which comes out to an average of 5.07 runs per game.  The Orioles offense was nothing if … Continue reading

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A Mixed Debut: Kevin Gausman

Everyone in the Orioles fanbase was excited to witness the debut of the next high profile Orioles prospect, Kevin Gausman.  After witnessing the success of 20 year old Manny Machado, it was certainly exciting to entertain the thought of the … Continue reading

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Orioles Scouting Reports

The National Baseball Hall of Fame has recently released a database of scouting reports on a section of its website called Diamond Mines.  There’s also going to be an exhibit at the Hall of Fame Museum in Cooperstown, New York … Continue reading

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What’s Behind Nate McLouth’s Fast Start?

Last night against the Kansas City Royals, Nate McLouth went 1 for 3 with a walk and a stolen base.  Hitting out of the leadoff spot for the Orioles, that raised his line for the season to .313/.414/.485.  Getting on … Continue reading

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