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  • Matusz rocked again in Orioles' 10-6 loss to Tigers

    Matusz rocked again in Orioles' 10-6 loss to Tigers
    For much of the season, Orioles starting pitcher Brian Matusz has tried to put a positive spin on his disastrous year, promising to work hard and attempt to turn around 2011 while he still could. The Orioles' 10-6 loss to the Detroit Tigers in Sunday was...
  • After loss, Orioles have one more shot to ruin Red Sox's season

    After loss, Orioles have one more shot to ruin Red Sox's season
    The Orioles won't finish the season with a sweep of their perennial bullies, but they still have a chance to make October intolerable for Red Sox Nation. Paced by four homers, including the first two of rookie catcher Ryan Lavarnway's career, Boston beat...
  • MacPhail's Orioles legacy: Good arms left ungrown

    MacPhail's Orioles legacy: Good arms left ungrown
    His contract set to expire at the end of October, Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail is expected to step down from his position after Wednesday's season finale, perhaps as soon as Thursday. Under his general management, the Orioles...
  • Orioles notes: Winning Most Valuable Oriole 'tremendous honor' for Jones

    Orioles notes: Winning Most Valuable Oriole 'tremendous honor' for Jones
    Center fielder Adam Jones would have settled for just taking the next step in his development as a star-quality player, but he didn't complain when local media picked him out of a surprisingly large field to be this year's Most Valuable Oriole. "It's a...
  • Should Francona have been the scapegoat?

    He didn't get job done Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel Somebody has to wear it, and for lack of a better alternative, it should have been Terry Francona. General manager Theo Epstein said Francona would not be branded the scapegoat. Teams don't lose...
  • Timeline of Andy MacPhail's tenure with the Orioles

    Timeline of Andy MacPhail's tenure with the Orioles
    June 20, 2007 — Orioles announce his hiring as president of baseball operations. The son of former Orioles general manager and Hall of Fame executive Lee MacPhail, Andy returns to the city where he lived as a boy from 1958 to 1965. Aug. 22, 2007...
  • MacPhail opts not to return to Orioles

    MacPhail opts not to return to Orioles
    After more than a week of speculation since the end of the season, Andy MacPhail is indeed stepping down as the Orioles' president of baseball operations after four-plus years at the helm, according to a club source. MacPhail is leaving the Orioles to...
  • Coffee Companion -- 5/12

    Coffee Companion -- 5/12
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine. Running it back:...
  • Orioles get good news on injury front

    Orioles get good news on injury front
    Perhaps it's just a small victory in a long season, but the Orioles left Nationals Park on Sunday without placing anyone on the disabled list. The Orioles lost two players to injury Saturday afternoon and their staff leader Thursday, but it looks like...
  • Here's an O's murderer's row: Jakubauskas, Arrieta, Britton

    Here's an O's murderer's row: Jakubauskas, Arrieta, Britton
    Take a look at the Orioles’ batting averages on the sports website of your choice and you will find three unlikely names atop the list: Chris Jakubauskas, Jake Arrieta and Zach Britton. Sure, they have combined for seven plate appearances and are...
  • Orioles' Britton shows off his power stroke

    Orioles' Britton shows off his power stroke
    Zach Britton returned to the dugout after the first home run by an Orioles pitcher in five seasons and found no one ready to celebrate. Britton, who drove Brandon Beachy's 2-1 pitch in the third inning just over the right-field wall, was given the silent...
  • Possible Opening Day starter Arrieta struggles in tie

    Possible Opening Day starter Arrieta struggles in tie
    If Jake Arrieta is the Orioles’ Opening Day starter, his final tune-up of the Grapefruit League left plenty of room for improvement when the season begins Friday. Arrieta allowed six earned runs on eight hits and two walks in five innings as the...