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  • Orioles' Hunter 'ready to go' after latest outing

    Orioles' Hunter 'ready to go' after latest outing
    Despite having yet to throw a Grapefruit League game pitch this spring, Orioles right-hander Tommy Hunter came out of his four-inning Single-A minor league game Friday confident he will be healthy and ready for Opening Day. Hunter, who entered the spring...
  • Orioles' bats come alive in 12-3 win over Nationals

    Orioles' bats come alive in 12-3 win over Nationals
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter has said selecting his cleanup hitter will be one of spring’s toughest decisions. And judging by the production of his top two candidates – Matt Wieters and Adam Jones – during Saturday’s 12-3...
  • Orioles notebook: Jai Miller might play Monday vs. Pirates

    Orioles notebook: Jai Miller might play Monday vs. Pirates
    Outfielder Jai Miller, who has been shelved for several days because of tendinitis in his right knee, may be able to play in Monday's night game against the Pirates. Miller, who is out of minor league options and is fighting for a bench spot, hasn't...
  • Pre-game notes: Orioles vs. Rays

    Pre-game notes: Orioles vs. Rays
    The Orioles play in their final Grapefruit League game today against the Rays. After today, the Orioles will play three more exhibition games, including the first two at Ed Smith Stadium against Florida Southern on Monday night and then State College of...
  • Chen, Hunter make final starts of the spring

    Chen, Hunter make final starts of the spring
    Two likely members of the Orioles' starting rotation — left-hander Wei-Yin Chen and right-hander Tommy Hunter — made their final spring starts Sunday afternoon to varying degrees of success. Chen, pitching against the Tampa Bay Rays in the...
  • Notebook: Ryan Flaherty makes Orioles' roster as utility infielder

    Notebook: Ryan Flaherty makes Orioles' roster as utility infielder
    SARASOTA, Fla. — It seemed apparent for a week, after Ryan Flaherty's competition for the Orioles' utility infielder spot departed camp, but on Monday, it became official. Orioles manager Buck Showalter told Flaherty, the Orioles' Rule 5 Draft pick...
  • Notes: Orioles pitcher Wada will start season on disabled list

    Notes: Orioles pitcher Wada will start season on disabled list
    After his final outing of the spring Tuesday, Orioles left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada said he felt physically ready to join the big league club for Opening Day in Baltimore on Friday. But the Orioles brass believes Wada, who signed a two-year, $8.14 million...
  • Orioles have built bullpen full of versatile veteran pitchers

    Orioles have built bullpen full of versatile veteran pitchers
    Much has been made about Dan Duquette's offseason focus of strengthening the Orioles' starting rotation — retooling it with pitchers capable of providing quality innings — but it's in the bullpen where the team's new executive vice president...
  • Orioles make Opening Day memorable with 4-2 win over Twins

    Orioles make Opening Day memorable with 4-2 win over Twins
    Weeks before the annual ritual of jogging down the orange carpet in front of a sellout crowd — before the loud ovation Nick Markakis received during his pre-game introduction — there was the isolation of those back fields in Sarasota. Doing...
  • Orioles squander chances vs. Yankees, lose in 12 innings

    Orioles squander chances vs. Yankees, lose in 12 innings
    The night was staged for Orioles left-hander Wei-Yin Chen to take the spotlight. And with more than 1 million viewers in his native Taiwan watching his big league debut half a world away at 7 a.m. there, Chen nearly pitched well enough to earn his first...
  • No Jim Johnson? No problem for Orioles bullpen

    No Jim Johnson? No problem for Orioles bullpen
    It wasn’t that long ago when we looked at the Orioles bullpen and didn’t know what to make of it. Yes, there were plenty of quality arms – and several that entered the season with some track record of late-inning success – but the...
  • Umpire's tackle a hit in Orioles' 5-2 loss to A's

    Umpire's tackle a hit in Orioles' 5-2 loss to A's
    For the first time in nearly seven years, the Orioles had a chance to go six games over .500 on Friday night. Instead, they received a middling performance from their de facto ace while their offense provided less pop than the plate umpire. With right-...