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  • ESPN injury expert Stephania Bell on Manny Machado's surgery and recovery

    ESPN injury expert Stephania Bell on Manny Machado's surgery and recovery
    I spoke with ESPN injury expert and ESPN.com senior writer Stephania Bell on Monday about her take on Orioles third baseman Manny Machado’s knee surgery. She provided a lot of useful insight on the injury, the surgery and the rehab process, and even...
  • Catching Up With... former Orioles outfielder Russ Snyder

    Catching Up With... former Orioles outfielder Russ Snyder
    He's the forgotten Oriole, one who helped the club soar in 1966 and then fell off the radar. Brooks, Frank and Boog were stars in that championship season. But who remembers Russ Snyder? "I had a pretty good year, too," said Snyder, 79. Did he ever....
  • Local design firm has artistic stake in Dodgers and Red Sox

    Local design firm has artistic stake in Dodgers and Red Sox
    The hometown Orioles missed the playoffs, but Baltimore-based Ashton Design still has a rooting interest in this year’s Major League Baseball postseason. The design firm helped develop graphics at Dodger Stadium and Fenway Park, the homes,...
  • Give me the All-Star Game without the 'meaning'

    Give me the All-Star Game without the 'meaning'
    I'll watch next week's All-Star Game because I love baseball and I'm a sucker for star-power, pageantry, tradition and all that other stuff. I want to see how Orioles starters J.J. Hardy, Chris Davis and Adam Jones do. And I want to see the game's...
  • Doug Duennes, Orioles' executive VP of business, let go

    Doug Duennes, Orioles' executive VP of business, let go
    Doug Duennes, who oversaw all aspects of Camden Yards and the business side of the Orioles in his two-plus years as the organization’s executive vice president of business operations, has been relieved of his duties. Duennes had a meeting with club...
  • Orioles right-hander Scott Feldman returns after long layoff

    Orioles right-hander Scott Feldman returns after long layoff
    Orioles right-hander Scott Feldman will make his first start after eight days rest in Monday’s series opener in Arizona. Two off days this week has something to do with it. Feldman was available out of the bullpen for Wednesday’s game in San...
  • Orioles blast past Giants, 10-2, in series finale in San Francisco

    Orioles blast past Giants, 10-2, in series finale in San Francisco
    As dormant as the Orioles' bats seem to get sometimes with runners in scoring position, they always seem to be just one hit away from an offensive eruption. Despite managing just one hit – a third-inning single by pitcher Bud Norris – in...
  • Harford schools have extended commencement schedule for 2014

    Harford schools have extended commencement schedule for 2014
    Harford County Public Schools high school graduations for the 2013-2014 school year are spread out over a slightly longer period than the 2013 graduation season, according to the schedule officials released this week. The 2013 graduation season took...
  • Orioles end 2013 season on a positive note with 7-6 win over Red Sox

    Orioles end 2013 season on a positive note with 7-6 win over Red Sox
    Hours before Camden Yards went dark for the final time this baseball season, the Orioles clubhouse emptied out quickly Sunday evening as lockers were cleaned out, moving boxes filled and good-bye hugs given. The Orioles’ 2013 season ended with a...
  • Talking aces, Orioles and growing your own playoff pitchers

    Talking aces, Orioles and growing your own playoff pitchers
    Since the season ended, I’ve been asked several times whether the Orioles are going to get an ace this offseason. My answer is no. I don’t even hesitate. The reasoning is simple. There are no true aces on the market (Matt Garza? Japan’...
  • Orioles' Chris Davis up for two MLBPA Awards; Adam Jones on TV for playoffs

    Orioles' Chris Davis up for two MLBPA Awards; Adam Jones on TV for playoffs
    It likely will be an offseason filled with talk about awards and nominations for Orioles first baseman Chris Davis. The first one trickled in today when Davis was named as a finalist for the Major League Baseball Player Association’s Player of the...
  • Orioles hitters have been mashing in the middle

    Orioles hitters have been mashing in the middle
    Some criticized the Orioles for not acquiring middle-of-the-order bat this offseason, but so far in this young season, they have gotten excellent production from the third, fourth and fifth hitters in their batting order. Through 18 games, hitters for...