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  • Still no decision from Orioles reliever Luis Ayala on World Baseball Classic

    Still no decision from Orioles reliever Luis Ayala on World Baseball Classic
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles right-handed reliever Luis Ayala said this morning that he still hasn't made a decision on whether he will pitch for Mexico in next month's World Baseball Classic. Ayala, who is listed on Mexico's provisional roster, expected...
  • World Baseball Classic forces difficult decisions for players as long season looms

    World Baseball Classic forces difficult decisions for players as long season looms
    The World Baseball Classic has been the talk of the early days of spring training, partly because it’s the reason for the elongated training schedule this year and partly because of the mixed feelings that a lot of teams have about it. It’s...
  • Friday's Orioles spring training news and notes

    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Here are some updates and observations after watching Chris Davis pepper the local neighborhood with baseballs on Thursday: -- Nolan Reimold says he wants to go full-throttle from the start of full-squad workouts, which begin Saturday,...
  • Orioles notes on Brian Roberts, Taylor Teagarden and more

    Orioles notes on Brian Roberts, Taylor Teagarden and more
    SARASOTA, Fla. — Brian Roberts has been through a lot over the past three years, but things are definitely looking up. He’s back in camp with a new lease on baseball life after three years of injuries and frustration, and he said Friday...
  • Orioles come up short of a sweep in Boston

    Orioles come up short of a sweep in Boston
    Of all the nooks and nuances of Fenway Park — from the afternoon shadows that creep along the infield in the fall to the adventurous outfield that includes the Green Monster and the Pesky Pole — none of them go unnoticed by Orioles manager...
  • Steve Johnson and Adam Jones lead Orioles to 4-1 win over Blue Jays in Game 1 of doubleheader

    Steve Johnson and Adam Jones lead Orioles to 4-1 win over Blue Jays in Game 1 of doubleheader
    There’s been little rest for the Orioles recently, and fresh off a three-city, nine-game road trip, even manager Buck Showalter said that his team hoped to grind through the three days before their final off-day of the regular season on Thursday....
  • Jason Hammel re-injures right knee in Orioles' 9-2 win over Rays

    Jason Hammel re-injures right knee in Orioles' 9-2 win over Rays
    On a night when the Orioles regained a share of first place in the American League East, another humongous win was overshadowed by another scary injury. Three nights after the Orioles lost right fielder Nick Markakis for the rest of the regular season,...
  • Orioles show the healing power of the home run

    Orioles show the healing power of the home run
    The Orioles know they’ve got another big mountain to climb now that it appears they will spend the rest of the regular season without sizzling lead-off hitter Nick Markakis and rotation cornerstone Jason Hammel. Hammel said after Tuesday night&...
  • Manny Machado's 14th-inning single clinches the Orioles' first non-losing season since 1997

    Manny Machado's 14th-inning single clinches the Orioles' first non-losing season since 1997
    The Orioles’ 3-2 extra-inning win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday afternoon was a long time coming — in more ways than one. The Orioles needed 14 innings — and five hours and 14 minutes — to complete a three-game sweep of...
  • Orioles beat Mariners, 4-2, in 18 innings to move back into a tie for first place

    Orioles beat Mariners, 4-2, in 18 innings to move back into a tie for first place
    SEATTLE – As Tuesday’s game against the Seattle Mariners marched on, it became pretty obvious what the Orioles needed to do: Get Seattle rookie starter Erasmo Ramirez out of the ballgame and then play, you know, nine more innings before they...
  • Tommy Hunter gets the wrong end of the bird

    Tommy Hunter gets the wrong end of the bird
    If the Orioles’ 4-2, 18-inning, five-hour and 44-minute victory over the Seattle Marinerswasn’t weird enough, consider the plight of reliever Tommy Hunteron Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. He picked up the win. And some bird excrement in the...
  • Orioles pound out 15 hits in 10-4 win over the Mariners

    Orioles pound out 15 hits in 10-4 win over the Mariners
    SEATTLE —In recent years, the Orioleshave experienced plenty of these games in September, when a contender demolishes and demoralizes an overmatched also-ran playing out the string. Almost exclusively, though, the Orioles were on the wrong end of...