Adam Jones made a point after Sunday’s loss to the previously woeful Miami Marlins that the Orioles offense has not been pretty lately.
Chaz Roe found out around 12:30 a.m. Sunday that he'd be returning to the big leagues, hopped a plane to Miami by 6 a.m. and was pitching against the Marlins by about 3 p.m.
A looming suspension for left-handed reliever Brian Matusz adds another question mark to an Orioles' pitching staff that is seemingly a daily work in progress.
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones sat by his locker following his club’s disappointing 5-2 loss Sunday and said it was time for the Orioles, as a team, to establish their winning identity this year.
Hours after "Rosingate" unfolded at Marlins Park in the 12th inning Saturday night, the Orioles were still scratching their collective heads as to what lefty reliever Brian Matusz did so differently that led to his ejection.
Orioles pitchers Mike Wright, in his second big league game, and Oliver Drake, in his major league debut, were outstanding Saturday night in a 13-inning, 1-0 loss to the Miami Marlins. Wright pitched seven scoreless innings, giving him 14 1/3 to start his big league career, and Drake went three.
Orioles right-hander Mike Wright delivered his second straight scoreless start to begin his major league career Saturday. But it ended up an afterthought in a 13-inning, 1-0 loss to the Miami Marlins that featured another sparkling big league debut by an Orioles pitcher and the startling ejection...
When a player gets his first call to the majors, he expects to be inundated with phone calls and text messages — so many people want to be part of the excitement.