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  • Matt Wieters and Orioles shut out of 'Fielding Bible' awards

    Matt Wieters and Orioles shut out of 'Fielding Bible' awards
    The Fielding Bible Award selections, which will be featured in the Annual Bill James Handbook, were announced today, and Orioles catcher Matt Wieters did not repeat as a winner. The awards, which go to the best defensive player at each position, no...
  • With defensive shifts on the rise in baseball, Orioles among leading proponents

    With defensive shifts on the rise in baseball, Orioles among leading proponents
    Chris Davis groans at the mere mention of it. “I think it's becoming the new trend,” the Orioles first baseman says. “I'm not a big fan.” He's talking about the shifts that have swept through baseball in recent years as teams...
  • After successful homestand, surging Orioles hit the road again in Motor City

    After successful homestand, surging Orioles hit the road again in Motor City
    DETROIT -- After winning five of seven and taking both series in last week’s homestand against the Angels and Red Sox, the Orioles hit the road today to open a six-game, seven-day road trip to Detroit and Toronto. There must not be much to do in...
  • Orioles overcome a two-hour rain delay to beat the Angels 4-3

    Orioles overcome a two-hour rain delay to beat the Angels 4-3
    The torrential downpour that transformed the Camden Yards infield into a muddy slop Monday night made any routine baseball play difficult. But the timing was perfect for the Orioles, who scored two runs through monsoon-like rain in the bottom of the...
  • Orioles pitchers are giving up plenty of homers but limiting the damage

    Orioles pitchers are giving up plenty of homers but limiting the damage
    When Los Angeles Angels right fielder Josh Hamilton pulled Freddy Garcia’s 79 mph splitter onto the flag court beyond right field in the sixth inning Monday night, it was the 90th time an Orioles pitcher gave up a home run this season. Hamilton&...
  • West, Showalter and Scioscia talk about Monday's field conditions

    West, Showalter and Scioscia talk about Monday's field conditions
    No question the fifth and sixth innings were a mess Monday night at Camden Yards due to a continual and heavy rain. And surely the Los Angeles Angels would have preferred if the game had been stopped after they scored a run in the top of the sixth....
  • How many Orioles are headed to the All-Star Game?

    How many Orioles are headed to the All-Star Game?
    It appears the Midsummer Classic is finally back to being must-watch television for baseball fans in Baltimore. Gone are the dark days when the Orioles sent one (sometimes deserving) player to the All-Star Game. From 2006 to 2011, the Orioles had just...
  • Alexi Casilla to miss second straight start after tearing ligament in finger

    Alexi Casilla to miss second straight start after tearing ligament in finger
    Orioles second baseman Alexi Casilla will be absent from the starting lineup for a second straight game because of a finger injury suffered in the ninth inning of Sunday’s win at Tampa Bay. Casilla said X-rays on his right index finger were...
  • Calvert Hall catcher Alex Murphy passes physical with Orioles, will head to Sarasota

    Calvert Hall catcher Alex Murphy passes physical with Orioles, will head to Sarasota
    Orioles sixth-round pick Alex Murphy, a catcher from Calvert Hall, passed his physical Tuesday and is scheduled to leave for Sarasota, Fla., on Monday after contract terms are hammered out and approved. Murphy, speaking by phone from a suite at Camden...
  • 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&...
  • Gonzalez and Orioles outshine Angels in crisp, highlight-filled game

    Gonzalez and Orioles outshine Angels in crisp, highlight-filled game
    Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez said there really is no time when it is not on his mind — even when he is on the mound, even when he is turning in what was arguably his best performance of the year in a 3-2 victory against the Los Angeles...
  • Three straight infield singles set the tone for Nick Markakis' heroics

    Three straight infield singles set the tone for Nick Markakis' heroics
    In a tie game against a pitcher who had been befuddling them all game long, the Orioles used an unorthodox sequence from the bottom of their lineup to take a lead they would never relinquish in Tuesday’s 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Angels. Angels...