Players union executive director Tony Clark isn't ready to hurl full-scale collusion accusations at Major League Baseball, but he's not ruling anything out.
The Orioles didn’t get much time to bask in the aftermath of Hunter Harvey’s successful Grapefruit League debut Tuesday. The next pitcher to take the mound was another Orioles pitching prospect, left-hander Chris Lee, and he pitched to just one batter before leaving the game with what is believed...
Orioles pitching prospect Hunter Harvey has been to hell and back, injury-wise, so he made sure he enjoyed his first career Grapefruit League start Tuesday against the Rays.
The Orioles have made some moves over the past two weeks, but they haven't done enough yet to regain the confidence of the fans.
Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop missed the first exhibition game because of bursitis in his left shoulder, but he said it was nothing to worry about and proved that with a big performance in Monday's loss to the Tigers.
Infield coach Bobby Dickerson is responsible for making sure Manny Machado and Tim Beckham get comfortable with the Orioles' great infield position switch. He's done it before.
The right-hander got off to a rocky start in Sunday's exhibition game against the Boston Red Sox at JetBlue Park, but he retired five of the last six batters he faced. He's out of options, so he has to make the 25-man regular-season roster or be placed on waivers.
Orioles catching prospect Austin Wynns is No. 3 or No. 4 on the current catching depth chart, but he really is in the running to be Caleb Joseph’s backup when the club breaks camp less than a month from now. Wynns, whose seventh-inning homer on Saturday night salvaged a 1-1 exhibition tie for the...