Kevin Brown, an Orioles announcer who was suspended, speaks out about the team's penalties.

The Baltimore Orioles fired TV play-by-play announcer Kevin Brown for what they thought was too much bad talk about the team, which got them in trouble right away.

Tonight, when the O's play the Seattle Mariners out west, Brown will be back in the broadcast box. Brown did talk about his friendship with the team, though, before he went back on the mic.

In a series of posts on X, the social media site that used to be called Twitter, Brown said that his relationship with the team is "wonderful," despite the apparent bump in the road and what Brown says are new reports that say otherwise.

"I'm a writer, O's fans. And never want to be in the story," Brown wrote. "Right now, the most interesting story in baseball is about the league-leading Baltimore Orioles, who are the best and most exciting young team in the American League.

"Unfortunately, recent news stories have misrepresented my relationship with the Orioles, the team of my chosen hometown. I have a great relationship with the company,

and our ownership and front office have given me their full support since I started working there in 2019.I'd like everyone to ignore the noise that has been going on the past few days.

Over the past four years, I've worked closely with O's SVP Greg Bader, and John Angelos and I have a good conversation based on mutual respect. Everyone is happy in Birdland!

"I'm proud to play for the Orioles and call Baltimore home. There's no place in baseball I'd rather be right now and for the long term. Go O's!"

Even The O's fans didn't like the move. On Tuesday night, O's fans at Camden Yards started chanting "Free Kevin Brown."

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