Orioles season goes on DL

By on June 8

In a surprising turn of events, the Baltimore Orioles season today announced that it was going on the disabled list effective immediately.

While details on the length of its expected stay are scant, sources close to the club confirm that team officials fear the season may be away for a very long time.

The beleaguered Orioles season, which currently sits at 16-41, and seems poised to threaten the fandom of even its most avid supporters, announced the surprising move just before the Orioles were set to begin a three game home stand with the New York Yankees.

When asked about the decision, the season responded that it was “getting kind of lonely” and was “looking forward to hanging out with Brian Roberts, Felix Pie, Koji Uehara, Jim Johnson, Mike Gonzalez, Alfredo Simon, and potentially Corey Patterson”.  “I’ll probably see Adam Jones at some point,” the noticeably exhausted season added.

When asked if there was any chance it would return at some point this year, the season responded, “I don’t think so.  I feel pretty beat up. People think it’s such a glamorous life that I have.  It’s really not an easy thing to be this disappointing on a daily basis.”

During its absence, the season shared that it was looking forward to following Ravens mini-camps and playing Snood.

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    I missed you so much that I re-injured my back so that we could be together longer.

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