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  • Orioles refuse to let Red Sox play spoiler, cruising to 9-1 victory

    Orioles refuse to let Red Sox play spoiler, cruising to 9-1 victory
    On the first anniversary of the Orioles' memorable Game 162 walk-off win over the Boston Red Sox, it was evident how much these teams have gone in opposite directions. In some ways, that night a year ago marked a rebirth of baseball in Baltimore as the...
  • Orioles fall to Red Sox, 3-1, for third straight loss

    Orioles fall to Red Sox, 3-1, for third straight loss
    BOSTON — Anyone taking a glimpse of Fenway Park’s iconic Green Monster can’t miss the posting of the American League East standings, which after Tuesday's off day will show the Orioles with a losing record for the first time since the...
  • Trade shows faith in lefty T.J. McFarland, but Orioles' Rule 5 pick knows he still has to perform

    Trade shows faith in lefty T.J. McFarland, but Orioles' Rule 5 pick knows he still has to perform
    BOSTON -- The Orioles’ trade of veteran right-hander reliever Luis Ayala allowed the team the get back to a conventional¬†12-pitcher staff and seven-man bullpen – and the move¬†was also a show of confidence in Rule 5 pick T.J. McFarland....
  • Buck Showalter's adjustments and the Brian Matusz experiment

    Buck Showalter's adjustments and the Brian Matusz experiment
    One of the most impressive things about the Orioles’ turnaround under Buck Showalteris Showalter’s ability to experiment in-season. And his knack on pulling the plug when it doesn’t work and sticking with it when it looks like it might....
  • One year after 'Curse of the Andino,' second baseman downplays anniversary

    One year after 'Curse of the Andino,' second baseman downplays anniversary
    A year ago Friday, Robert Andino etched his name into Orioles lore with a ninth-inning sinking liner to left that escaped the glove of Boston’s Carl Crawford, plated Nolan Reimold with the game-winner, extinguished the Red Sox’s playoff...
  • Jim Johnson sets save record and Orioles grind out 4-2 win over Red Sox

    Jim Johnson sets save record and Orioles grind out 4-2 win over Red Sox
    BOSTON — Orioles closer Jim Johnson often refers to his teammates as a bunch of grinders, a group of blue-collar players who pay little attention to individual accolades and instead focus on doing the unnoticed essentials that lead to winning....
  • Adam Jones wins Most Valuable Oriole for second straight year

    Adam Jones wins Most Valuable Oriole for second straight year
    For the second consecutive year, center fielder Adam Jones was named Most Valuable Oriole — an award he said should go to the entire roster of this upstart club. "It's pretty cool, but there are other deserving guys," said Jones, who leads the club...
  • Jones and Davis stay hot as Orioles beat Red Sox, 3-2, and take series

    Jones and Davis stay hot as Orioles beat Red Sox, 3-2, and take series
    BOSTON — Over the past two nights, the Orioles recaptured those late-inning heroics of last season at Fenway Park. One night after a five-run ninth-inning rally led them to victory, the Orioles came from behind against the Red Sox again Thursday,...
  • Orioles right-hander Tommy Hunter hits 101 mph Saturday, could find home in bullpen

    Orioles right-hander Tommy Hunter hits 101 mph Saturday, could find home in bullpen
    When one of Orioles right-hander Tommy Hunter’s fastballs hit 101 mph on the stadium radar gun in the 11th inning of the O's 9-6 extra-inning win Saturday, it raised some eyebrows in the dugout. “If that gun's right, he may have found a home,...
  • Orioles come up short of a sweep in Boston

    Orioles come up short of a sweep in Boston
    Of all the nooks and nuances of Fenway Park — from the afternoon shadows that creep along the infield in the fall to the adventurous outfield that includes the Green Monster and the Pesky Pole — none of them go unnoticed by Orioles manager...
  • Orioles battle Pesky Pole at Fenway Park

    Orioles battle Pesky Pole at Fenway Park
    The Pesky Pole got the best of the Orioles on Sunday afternoon. In the Orioles' 2-1 loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park, the 100-year-old ballpark's fabled right-field corner played a huge part in two key plays. With the tying run on first in the top...
  • Defense played a key role in Orioles' win over Red Sox

    Defense played a key role in Orioles' win over Red Sox
    When a pitcher gives up nine hits and a walk over six innings but only allows one run, there are usually two other factors at play than just his ability to scatter hits. The first is strikeouts, specifically with runners in scoring position. Orioles&...