Center field wasn't in utility man Stevie Wilkerson's repertoire before this year, but the position has allowed him to play regularly since he rejoined the Orioles late last month, a stretch in which he's enjoyed plenty of success at the plate.
With top prospects such as Chance Sisco and Ryan Mountcastle heating up at Triple-A Norfolk, is there any precedent from the Orioles front office's previous stop in Houston to see when they might be called up to Baltimore?
Orioles slugger Chris Davis is a lot like the rebuilding team itself — largely dismissed, more-than-occasionally mocked and with nothing to do but simply go out every night and try and win in the face of it all.
The Orioles were one out away from a doubleheader sweep Wednesday night when Yonder Alonso's bases-loaded single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the Chicago White Sox a 7-6 win in the second game at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Orioles utility man Hanser Alberto has been a saving grace for manager Brandon Hyde through the first month of the season, hitting better than both his career numbers and the supporting metrics for this season say he should be.
Orioles legend and Hall of Famer Jim Palmer says he sees a more confident Chris Davis as the team returns to Chicago, the site of Palmer's comments calling into question Davis' work ethic and desire to break out of his slump last May.
Orioles outfielders Dwight Smith Jr. and Trey Mancini made a series of highlight-reel catches in Tuesday night's 9-1 win over the Chicago White Sox, showing that the team's outfield defense is far better than it has been in recent years.
As Orioles relievers Miguel Castro and Tanner Scott look to put Monday's struggles behind them, manager Brandon Hyde and his coaching staff have to help players improve and focus on development while ensuring that the results matter, too.
The Orioles took pregame bunting practice ahead of Monday's series opener with the Chicago White Sox and attempted three in a scoreless fourth inning that illustrated the chasm between their player-development focus and winning at the major league level.
The Orioles' pitchers will have something to do with it, but with home runs already flying out of Camden Yards at an unprecedented rate, just how many balls could leave its confines before this season is finished?
It's not lost on Orioles manager Brandon Hyde or some of the pitchers involved that the subset of inexperienced but impressionable arms the Orioles have carried the first three weeks of the season have been the best.
With a series split in Boston this weekend at Fenway Park, the Orioles took another step toward showing they're different from last year's bunch by battling on the road in a way the 115-loss Orioles often didn't.
Orioles right-hander Dan Straily carried a no-hit bid into the fifth inning and the offense made sure it didn't waste a strong pitching performance in an 8-1 win on Patriots' Day over the Boston Red Sox on Monday at Fenway Park.
Orioles rookie shortstop Richie Martin's grandfather, Walter "Bancy" Thomas, played with Jackie Robinson on the 1945 Kansas City Monarchs, Jackson's only season in the Negro American League before he broke baseball's color barrier in 1947.
"His biggest advice to me was don't look at your stat line for a little while," new Orioles starter Dan Straily said of what he learned from rotation-mate Alex Cobb, who also signed late in the spring last season.
Orioles left-hander John Means' eye-opening start to the season continued Sunday with five strong innings against the Boston Red Sox, illustrating just how much has changed for him since he made his major league debut last season.
An Orioles offense that broke out a day earlier reverted to its old ways Sunday at Fenway Park, collecting just five hits and getting shut out for the first time this season in a 4-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox.
Renato Núñez had never been the designated hitter in his professional career before he began being deployed as one this season for the Orioles, and while he says he's physically able to play the field, he just wants to be in the lineup and help the team.
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis — faced with a second-inning at-bat Thursday in which he would either get his first hit of the season or break the major league record of 58 consecutive hitless plate appearances — lined out to the warning track in center field.
After a second straight day of early batting practice, Orioles first baseman Chris Davis appeared in a 10-3 loss to the Athletics as a pinch hitter in the ninth inning, only to fly out to center field for his 57th straight plate appearance without a hit.
A New York State Supreme Court justice ruled Tuesday that the Orioles can seek arbitration outside Major League Baseball's system in part of their long-running legal dispute with the Washington Nationals over television rights.
Monday night's 12-4 win over the Oakland Athletics, in manager Brandon Hyde's mind, was the proper response to a sweep, one in which the Orioles defended well, ran like mad and collected 15 hits to pull back to .500 at 5-5.