Even while still basking in the glow of last week’s agreement with Mark Trumbo, Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette said the team’s offseason business wasn’t finished.
"We’re still looking to fill out our team,” Duquette said. “We have some more work to do between now and spring training, so we’ll continue to add.”Read more
Orioles All-Star Adam Jones signed an $85.5 million contract extension in 2012. He does not need to work during the offseason, or any other job at all.Read more
The Orioles today announced their three-year deal with slugger Mark Trumbo, and designated outfielder Adam Walker for assignment off the 40-man roster.
The $37.5 million contract represents the biggest deal the team has made this offseason. It brings back to Baltimore the major-league leader in home runs who batted .256/.316/.533 and earned his second career All-Star appearance back.Read more
However protracted the process was, Mark Trumbo’s return to the Orioles appears to be a reasonable piece of business for a player whose market all along indicated a reunion with Baltimore might best serve all parties.Read more
Now that Mark Trumbo is on the verge of finalizing a three-year deal, the Orioles are in a position to have one of Major League Baseball's most powerful lineups for the foreseeable future.Read more
Another offseason-long saga of whether the major league home run champion would stay in Baltimore after testing free agency was resolved Thursday when the Orioles agreed to re-sign free-agent outfielder/designated hitter Mark Trumbo.Read more