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Schmuck: What's going to happen when Manny Machado heads into the eye of his biggest storm?

Manny Machado has been in the headlines throughout the postseason, and for all the wrong reasons. Now, he’s headed to Fenway Park to face the team he probably hates the most.

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Orioles' Davis, Wright discuss team's offseason changes at charity event

It was a quick diaspora from Baltimore for many of the Orioles' players after their nightmare 115-loss season ended, but a pair who have sought through their ups and downs on the field to be more than uniformed presences in the city were back in town Monday for a charity event.

First baseman Chris Davis and right-hander Mike Wright Jr.

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Former Orioles star Manny Machado will find even more ill will with Dodgers in Boston for World Series

Manny Machado isn't going to get a reprieve from the ill will when he and the Los Angeles Dodgers head to Boston to begin the World Series on Tuesday at Fenway Park.

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Did former Oriole Manny Machado shake crotch at Brewers fans in Dodgers' Game 7 win?

Being mercilessly booed by Milwaukee Brewers fans in Game 7 of the National League Division Series on Saturday night, Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado appeared to direct a lewd gesture at the Miller Park crowd.

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Orioles lose out on Cuban outfielders Victor Victor, Victor Mesa Jr.

The Orioles will not be signing Cuban outfielders Victor Victor Mesa and Victor Mesa Jr., an industry source confirmed Saturday.

The Mesa brothers, who became the top international prospects available when Major League Baseball declared them amateur free agents last month, are expected to sign with the Miami Marlins, according to multiple reports.

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David Price got his signature moment with Boston. Will his old teammate Alex Cobb get that chance with Orioles?

Even allowing that the circumstances are vastly different for an Alex Cobb renaissance from the ones that led to his former Tampa Bay Rays teammate David Price's signature moment in clinching a World Series berth for the Boston Red Sox, watching that happen must have been a comforting moment for the Orioles right-hander.

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