If you haven’t watched your Baltimore Orioles rep in the MLB: The Show Tournament, tonight is the night to give it a go.
You don’t need anything special, just a computer or phone with an internet connection to cheer on the Baltimore Orioles as they work to make it to the playoffs.
Honestly, it could be a long time before you get to the see real O’s do it, so you might as well watch the virtual version. You can see them here, at Dwight Smith Jr’s Twitch channel. The games begin at 9 PM ET.
You can also watch the previous games he’s played. If you’ve never seen these games on the small screen, you’ll be surprised in the quality of the graphics and the reality of the game.
Smith Jr. plays in four games tonight. Each one is three innings, and the one you don’t want to miss is against Juan Soto and the Nationals. Smith is in 8th in the league with a record of 14-8, and Soto has a record of 8-8, in the 15th spot. This rivalry has been going strong since 2006 and the Orioles have a winning record against the Beltway foes. Tonight’s game is at the virtual Camden Yards.
More from Orioles News
- Baltimore Orioles Sign RP Mychal Givens
- Gunnar Henderson: Destroyer of Four-Seam Fastballs
- Which Current Baltimore Orioles Pitchers Have the Best Curveballs?
- Orioles News: Should the O’s Pursue Eovaldi? + More MLB News
- Should the Baltimore Orioles Consider Signing Nathan Eovaldi?
As you watch Smith Jr and Soto battle it out in the virtual baseball world, you can cheer him on through the chat feature. Smith Jr and Soto will interact with each other and with fans via the game, and if you’re there, you’ll hear their antics. The baseball world already knows about Soto and his pride, and with Smith Jr in the game, their machismo will be full display.
After the Nats, Smith Jr plays Matt Carpenter, Trevor May, and Luke Jackson, according to the schedule. Any win will help the O’s stay in the top eight and get to the playoffs.
In Wednesday night’s games, Smith Jr went 2-1. He defeated the Astros and Padres, but lost to the Royals by one run. Anthony Santander went 2-2 against the Astros, and Keegan Akin got the win against Zach Greinke. Chance Sisco had a night, homering against the Padres and the Royals.
There aren’t many nights left of the round-round robin play, so if you want to see some “live” baseball, it’s time to tune in to see the Orioles take the field.