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  • Jim Johnson blows first regular-season save since July as Orioles fall to Padres, 3-2

    Jim Johnson blows first regular-season save since July as Orioles fall to Padres, 3-2
    Buck Showalter's first glimpse of closer Jim Johnson inside the Orioles clubhouse moments after his remarkable consecutive-save streak came to an sudden end Tuesday night was the sight of Johnson working up a sweat on the exercise bike in the training room.
  • Orioles center fielder Adam Jones places sixth in AL MVP vote

    Orioles center fielder Adam Jones places sixth in AL MVP vote
    This season's Most Valuable Oriole, center fielder Adam Jones, placed sixth in this year's American League Most Valuable Player voting. Jones became the Orioles' highest vote-getter in AL MVP balloting since Miguel Tejada placed fifth in 2004. He...

    Buck Showalter a finalist for AL Manager of the Year award

    Buck Showalter a finalist for AL Manager of the Year award
    Orioles fans need to wait until next week to find out if Buck Showalter has won the prestigious American League Manager of the Year Award. But the first step toward that is now out of the way. Showalter was announced Wednesday night as one of three...

    Connolly's Bar: Which one player do you want the Orioles to acquire?

    Connolly's Bar: Which one player do you want the Orioles to acquire?
    We have less than a week now until the non-waiver trade deadline. As Buck Showalter says about trade talk, "[it's] good for the fans and that's the bottom line. They like it. It keeps them engaged." OK, so let's get engaged -- and no you don't have to...

    Statistically, Orioles don't look like contenders — but there are moves to be made

    Statistically, Orioles don't look like contenders — but there are moves to be made
    No sport lends itself more to comparative statistical analysis than major league baseball. Crunch the numbers in key areas, stack them up against the others in the league and simple conclusions can be made. Doing this with the Orioles' first half of the...