| Aug 8, 2011
| 1:00 PM
As the Orioles continue to get tossed around by their American League East rivals, it's easy to cite disparities in player salaries as the main culprit. After all, the Red Sox and Yankees spend at least $80 million more than the Orioles annually. However, during a recent series against the Yankees, Buck Showalter looked past the large salary gaps and found another startling difference between the division's haves and have-nots.
| Aug 26, 2011
Rays' Andrew Friedman
Baseball's most competitive division features perhaps its three best front office chiefs and one (the Blue Jays' Alex Anthopoulos) quickly on the rise.
The Yankees' Brian Cashman and the Red Sox's Theo...
| Sep 10, 2011
| 2:47 PM
Adam Loewen said he's not as emotional this weekend as he was Wednesday, when he made his debut as an outfielder for the Toronto Blue Jays — more than three years after he pitched his final game for the Orioles.
But he's not acting like facing...
| Nov 1, 2011
| 6:34 PM
Two days before baseball's free-agency period begins in earnest, the Orioles are still looking for a general manager.
They thought they were close Tuesday, when they made an offer to Toronto Blue Jays assistant GM Tony LaCava, a 50-year-old baseball...
| Aug 8, 2014
| 12:11 AM
The Sports Xchange
By Larry Millson, The Sports Xchange
Loss of Lawrie hurts Jays' lineup -- again
TORONTO -- Just when the Toronto Blue Jays were starting to get some of their players back from injury, one of them is again out of action.