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  • Building the Orioles: Team was constructed with combination of long-term planning, short-term creativity

    Building the Orioles: Team was constructed with combination of long-term planning, short-term creativity
    On July 28, the Orioles lost to the Oakland Athletics to drop their record to 52-49. As pleasant a surprise as the club had been to that point, the season suddenly carried all the hallmarks of an Oriole collapse, the kind fans had come to expect in 14...
  • Orioles clear of any suspensions related to Biogenesis

    Orioles clear of any suspensions related to Biogenesis
    SAN DIEGO — Over the past week, as pending suspensions tied to the Biogenesis investigation loomed over the game, the Orioles players and management tried to conduct business as normal. And when 50-games suspensions were handed out to 12 players...
  • Orioles thoughts on AL East and wild-card playoff race

    Orioles thoughts on AL East and wild-card playoff race
    Monday was a pretty productive off day for the Orioles since both the Rays and Yankees lost. So the Orioles head into tonight’s series opener in Boston trailing the Rays by four games for second place in the AL East, as well as the first AL Wild...
  • Some pregame notes (Arizona Fall League, Asencio, lineups)

    Some pregame notes (Arizona Fall League, Asencio, lineups)
    BOSTON -- The official rosters have been announced for the Arizona Fall League, where teams often send their top prospects for a few weeks each offseason. The Orioles will have eight prospects play for the Surprise Saguaros, including Cuban...
  • Tsuyoshi Wada struggles again in rehab start for Triple-A Norfolk

    Tsuyoshi Wada struggles again in rehab start for Triple-A Norfolk
    In his sixth rehabilitation start for Triple-A Norfolk, left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada allowed eight runs (seven earned) on six hits and two walks at Indianapolis. Wada struck out two batters and allowed a grand slam to Brett Carroll in the first inning. He&...
  • The Sun Remembers: May 26-June 1

    The Sun Remembers: May 26-June 1
    June 1, 2003: The Ravens' second offseason minicamp begins with coach Brian Billick touting the talents of quarterback Kyle Boller, the team's first-round draft pick. "There has been nothing so far through the eight practices that you go, 'Oh, boy, we...
  • Zach Britton prepared to make first MLB start of season vs. Mariners

    Zach Britton prepared to make first MLB start of season vs. Mariners
    Zach Britton had been wondering for four days whether he'd get into a big league game against the Oakland A's. He didn't. And that's not a bad thing. Because now the 25-year-old lefty gets the call to start Monday night at Safeco Field against the...
  • After tasting the minors, Freddy Garcia ready to help Orioles

    After tasting the minors, Freddy Garcia ready to help Orioles
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — As a veteran of 14 major league seasons, it took a while for right-hander Freddy Garcia to get used to those long bus rides in Triple-A. But when the 36-year-old pitcher decided to sign a minor league deal with the Orioles before...
  • The Sun remembers: April 21-27

    The Sun remembers: April 21-27
    April 22, 2001: In a stunning upset, Baltimore's Hasim Rahman knocks out world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis to take the title. A right cross to Lewis' chin floors the 1988 Olympic gold medalist in the fifth round in South Africa. Seven months later,...
  • Showalter not concerned about lack of lefty experience in Orioles bullpen

    Showalter not concerned about lack of lefty experience in Orioles bullpen
    — The Orioles arrived at Yankee Stadium with a new left-hander in the bullpen on Friday, but not much more relief experience from the left side. It's something that could prove critical in playing left-handed heavy lineups like the Yankees through...
  • Orioles notes: L.J. Hoes has dedicated his standout season to his late grandfather

    Orioles notes: L.J. Hoes has dedicated his standout season to his late grandfather
    Outfielder L.J. Hoes is expected to be announced Tuesday as this year's winner of the Brooks Robinson Award for the best season by an Orioles minor league hitter. He won't be winning it alone, though, not in his mind anyway. "I really played this...
  • Mt. Hebron grad makes the big leagues as announcer for the Tampa Bay Rays

    Mt. Hebron grad makes the big leagues as announcer for the Tampa Bay Rays
    Andy Freed remembers not only the day but also the exact time when he learned he was heading to the Major Leagues. "It was February first of 2005 at 3:58 p.m.," says Freed, who grew up in the Valley Meade section of Ellicott City. Freed, who turned 41...