The sense within the Orioles' organization is that 2014 wasn't just a good season that ended prematurely with a sweep in the American League Championship Series. It was, the Orioles believe, notice served that this club is a legitimate championship contender.
Brian Roberts, a two-time All Star and fan favorite who spent all but one year of his 14-season career with the Orioles, has retired from baseball.
There's more black than orange in here at the bar this week. The angry bird is in full effect.
As the Orioles prepared to leave the visitors' clubhouse Wednesday night after being swept in the American League Championship Series, they understood the harsh reality of today's industry: This group, in its entirety, will never again be together as a team.
Center fielder Adam Jones, perhaps the Orioles' best player and vocal leader, walked over to the corner of the Kauffman Stadium visiting clubhouse early Wednesday evening and began hugging teammates, from outfielder Nelson Cruz to pitcher Zach Britton to bullpen catcher Rudy Arias. Few, if...
As the Orioles continue to lose in the American League Championship Series, I've been receiving more and more questions about how manager Buck Showalter is using – or should I say isn't using – Delmon Young off the bench.
Wei-Yin Chen's plan heading into Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Tuesday was to keep the ball down and pitch as long he could.
Right-hander Miguel Gonzalez hasn’t pitched since the Orioles ended the regular season Sept. 28, but he’s not particularly worried about how a 16-day layoff will affect him Wednesday in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series.