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  • Eyre back in action after scare involving 3-year-old daughter

    Eyre back in action after scare involving 3-year-old daughter
    For a few hours Tuesday, Orioles right-hander Willie Eyre and his wife experienced a parent's worst nightmare. Luckily, everything turned out OK after Eyre's 3-year-old daughter, Lily, fell into a hotel pool and was underwater for about "five or six"...
  • Orioles fans campaign for OK to tailgate Opening Day

    Orioles fans campaign for OK to tailgate Opening Day
    When it comes to tailgating, the policy at downtown stadiums is simple: Ravens fans can do it. Orioles fans can't. Now there's a Facebook campaign to try to change that. The drive was started by two lifelong Orioles fans: Austin Bogus, 26, of Fulton...
  • Notes: Roster moves and injury updates

    Notes: Roster moves and injury updates
    LAKELAND, FLA -- The Orioles have optioned pitcher Oliver Drake to Double-A Bowie and have also told catcher Caleb Joseph that he will be reassigned to minor league camp. Both were at Thursday’s game at Joker Marchant Stadium -- and so was first...
  • Orioles' Matusz sparkles for second straight Grapefruit League outing

    Orioles' Matusz sparkles for second straight Grapefruit League outing
    Before Orioles left-hander Brian Matusz took the mound at Joker Marchant Stadium on Thursday, his catcher, Ronny Paulino, had a piece of advice: "Let's have fun." "So, OK, I went out there and had fun with it," said Matusz, who turned in his second...
  • Tillman calls spring a work in progress

    Tillman calls spring a work in progress
    Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman wants to throw more strikes, he wants to pitch more scoreless innings and he wants to keep himself in contention for a spot in the rotation. After Friday's 3-1 exhibition victory against the Minnesota Twins at Hammond...
  • Orioles pregame: Orioles vs. Braves

    Orioles pregame: Orioles vs. Braves
    The Orioles play their second straight day of split-squad games today, with the Birds going on the road to play the Braves at Champion Stadium at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in the afternoon before a nightcap tonight at home against the Yankees. I&...
  • Orioles claim 2-2, 10-inning tie with Braves

    Orioles claim 2-2, 10-inning tie with Braves
    Orioles left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada made his first major league Grapefruit League appearance, striking out three batters in two relief innings in a 2-2, 10-inning tie with the Braves at Champion Stadium at the ESPN Wide World of Sports. After entering...
  • Wada impresses in first game action of spring

    Wada impresses in first game action of spring
    Buck Showalter thought Orioles left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada would carry some adrenaline onto the mound with him for his much-anticipated Grapefruit League debut against the Braves on Sunday afternoon at Champion Stadium. But when the Orioles manager...
  • Flaherty remains flexible over role with Orioles

    Flaherty remains flexible over role with Orioles
    Ryan Flaherty rattles off the different gloves he has in his locker at Ed Smith Stadium. "There's outfielder, a second baseman's one, one for third and short, one for first," he said. No catcher's mitt? "Not yet," said Flaherty, who was taken from...
  • Nowhere to go but downhill

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Mike Matheny had just answered a reporter's question about the challenges of being a first-year manager when an unexpected situation presented itself. The visiting Cardinals were under the impression that the National...
  • Contract uncertainty not weighing down Orioles' Adam Jones

    Contract uncertainty not weighing down Orioles' Adam Jones
    Orioles center fielder Adam Jones is paying attention to the recent trend in Major League Baseball. He's aware that many teams have locked up their young stars. Since early November, 23 big-league ballplayers have agreed to contract extensions of four...
  • Brian Jordan coming back home to Milford Mill to host baseball clinic

    Brian Jordan coming back home to Milford Mill to host baseball clinic
    As part of Saturday's Milford Mill Alumni activities, Millers graduate Brian Jordan, who went on to become a two-sport professional athlete, will be running a baseball clinic, called Camp Jordan 2012 Baltimore. Registration, which cost $20 per child, has...