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  • Addition by subtraction wouldn't make sense for Orioles

    Addition by subtraction wouldn't make sense for Orioles
    Since the Orioles are not one of those teams willing to throw caution and good business sense to the wind and spend freely in the free-agent market, every offseason seems to present the same dilemma and create the same kind of speculation. They need...
  • Does signing Jhonny Peralta, as a left fielder, make sense for Orioles?

    Does signing Jhonny Peralta, as a left fielder, make sense for Orioles?
    The hot-stove Orioles rumor of the day involves the club being interested in signing free agent Jhonny Peralta to play left field, according to FOXSports.com. First, let’s get out of the way why the Orioles would be intrigued by Peralta,...
  • Orioles notes and observations (Phelps, Roberts, Reimold, contract extensions)

    Orioles notes and observations (Phelps, Roberts, Reimold, contract extensions)
    So the Orioles added a second baseman to their 40-man roster Monday. And it wasn’t Brian Roberts. It was Cord Phelps, a former third-round pick by the Cleveland Indians who was put on waivers and claimed by the Orioles. According to executive...
  • Could the Orioles trade closer Jim Johnson?

    Could the Orioles trade closer Jim Johnson?
    It appears the discussion revolving around Orioles closer Jim Johnson and his future with the club will be one of the most interesting topics of the hot-stove season. On Wednesday morning, ESPN’s Buster Olney tweeted that the Orioles are willing...
  • Former Orioles executive Andy MacPhail reflects on time in Baltimore

    Former Orioles executive Andy MacPhail reflects on time in Baltimore
    Former Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail was at the winter meetings Monday morning as a member of the Hall of Fame veterans committee that unanimously elected managers Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa and Joe Torre into Cooperstown....
  • Orioles, shortstop J.J. Hardy interested in working out an extension

    Orioles, shortstop J.J. Hardy interested in working out an extension
    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Although Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette doesn’t plan to pursue extension talks with any of the club’s core players until next month, he indicated Wednesday evening that he would like to engage J.J....
  • Thoughts and observations on Balfour, Hardy, Webb and more

    Thoughts and observations on Balfour, Hardy, Webb and more
    The clock is ticking for the Orioles. We’ve reached the final day of the winter meetings and the team is still empty-handed here. The Orioles’ pursuit of Grant Balfour continues. It could happen today, tomorrow, this weekend, next week,...
  • Orioles still looking to close on leads as winter meetings continue

    Orioles still looking to close on leads as winter meetings continue
    Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette had yet to make an acquisition as of Wednesday evening, but he said it is not fromĀ of a lack of trying. Duquette said that the Orioles are holding active discussions on both the free-agent and trade fronts...
  • Orioles grieve the death of renowned surgeon Lewis Yocum

    Orioles grieve the death of renowned surgeon Lewis Yocum
    WASHINGTON — In baseball circles, especially among pitchers, a visit to Los Angeles Angels team doctor and renowned orthopedist Dr. Lewis Yocum was often seen as a prelude to surgery and a lengthy disabled list stint. But there were plenty of...
  • J.J. Hardy has regained his fine 2011 hitting form

    J.J. Hardy has regained his fine 2011 hitting form
    J.J. Hardy admitted this spring that his 2012 season was probably the lowest point of his career offensively. He didn’t make an excuse out of a nagging shoulder injury that gave him sharp pain every time he threw the ball from shortstop to first...
  • Nationals pound Gausman, but Showalter sticking with rookie right-hander

    Nationals pound Gausman, but Showalter sticking with rookie right-hander
    WASHINGTON -- After Kevin Gausman's indoctrination into the big leagues hit a thoroughly rough patch Tuesday night against the Washington Nationals, Orioles manager Buck Showalter was definitive in saying that the heralded right-hander will remain in...
  • Fan belief in Orioles deepens as club reaches another midseason in contention

    Fan belief in Orioles deepens as club reaches another midseason in contention
    Maureen Hall cradled the bulbous, papier-mache mask with its black feathers and orange beak. The temperature had pushed past 90 degrees, but the 6th-grade teacher from Parkville didn't hesitate to pull it over her head as onlookers snapped photos of her...