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  • Catching up with some Orioles minor transactions

    Catching up with some Orioles minor transactions
    Baseball America listed its weekly transactions today, and there are few by the Orioles that hadn’t been reported. The Orioles usually wait to release every name at once so some trickle in at varying times -- I’m assuming most of these players...
  • Duquette tells Orioles fans that reaching .500 is just starting point

    Duquette tells Orioles fans that reaching .500 is just starting point
    Saturday was Dan Duquette's official welcome to Baltimore baseball fans. Amid the hoopla and carnival atmosphere that filled the Baltimore Convention Center for the team's annual FanFest event, it was the executive vice president of baseball operation'...
  • Orioles make Ray Poitevint hire official

    Orioles make Ray Poitevint hire official
    In Dan Duquette's two months on the job as new Orioles general manager, he has made it clear that he plans to tap into the international market for talent. And he's turning to one of his most trusted international experts for help. The Orioles announced...
  • Essex native Bielski named national high school baseball coach of year

    Essex native Bielski named national high school baseball coach of year
    In the 1980s, many were captivated by the Baltimore Orioles and their future Hall of Fame shortstop Cal Ripken. Growing up in Essex and playing shortstop for Calvert Hall, Rich Bielski was one of them. Now the coach at Archbishop McCarthy High School...
  • Banks signs minor league deal with Orioles

    Banks signs minor league deal with Orioles
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette had a special visitor at the Ed Smith Stadium complex on Tuesday morning. Former major league star Gary Sheffield came to Orioles spring training to see Duquette,...
  • Orioles notes: Winning Most Valuable Oriole 'tremendous honor' for Jones

    Orioles notes: Winning Most Valuable Oriole 'tremendous honor' for Jones
    Center fielder Adam Jones would have settled for just taking the next step in his development as a star-quality player, but he didn't complain when local media picked him out of a surprisingly large field to be this year's Most Valuable Oriole. "It's a...
  • Jordan leaves O's to become Phillies director of player development

    Jordan leaves O's to become Phillies director of player development
    Joe Jordan, who has overseen the Orioles' past seven drafts as director of amateur scouting, is leaving the organization to become the Philadelphia Phillies' director of player development. The Phillies asked for and received permission from the...
  • Being held captive at gunpoint just one obstacle Orioles' Ayala has overcome

    Being held captive at gunpoint just one obstacle Orioles' Ayala has overcome
    Luis Ayala said he has never thought about giving up baseball, never imagined doing something else. Could anyone blame the 34-year-old, though, if he did consider just saying enough is enough? Like maybe back when he was a scared kid who went from the...
  • Orioles zero in on Dan Duquette as next GM

    Orioles zero in on Dan Duquette as next GM
    The Orioles appear to be closing in on their next general manager after an excruciating, weeks-long saga that included one official rejection and several candidates' backing out of the process. Club decision-makers planned to meet Saturday night for...
  • Orioles bring LaCava in again, but don't appear to be near a decision

    Orioles bring LaCava in again, but don't appear to be near a decision
    The Orioles apparently are inching closer to the selection and hiring of a new head of baseball operations as the clock begins to tick on what could be a very important offseason for the struggling franchise. Toronto Blue Jays executive Tony LaCava was...
  • A few thoughts on the IronBirds and Orioles

    This is one of those Tuesdays that I find myself sitting here wondering what I'm supposed to write in the space that you are reading. Sometimes, it's easier said than done and it appears that this is the case for this week. That said, there's plenty...
  • He had their number in '66 — zero

    It was no thanks to Larry Jaster that the Dodgers made a second consecutive trip to the World Series in 1966. The rookie left-hander from the St. Louis Cardinals pitched five shutouts in 1966 — all, remarkably, against the National League...