The Orioles have an open spot in the rotation this weekend in Boston, but don't expect top pitching prospect Grayson Rodriguez to fill it.
The Birdland Summer Music Series will feature Dru Hill, Flo Rida and Smash Mouth at Camden Yards.
After Austin Hays’ two-out, two-run single tied the game at 6 in the bottom of the ninth and then a 51-minute rain delay, Rougned Odor's fielder's choice allowed Adley Rutschman to score and give the Orioles a 7-6 win over the Rays in 11 innings on Sunday.
The fans in Baltimore had been waiting to shower catcher Adley Rutschman with praise ever since he was selected with the first pick of the 2019 draft. Between then and Saturday, the expectations have always been high.
Heralded as one of the best catching prospects the game has seen, Adley Rutschman has faced almost insurmountable hype throughout his tenure in the organization. But with those expectations comes excitement.
John Means was the Orioles’ opening day starter this season but made only two starts before undergoing season-ending Tommy John surgery.
Beyond Adley Rutschman's glossy numbers — with an on-base percentage of .427 across three minor league levels this season — is an underlying beat that hardly moves the needle. His heart rate doesn’t soar. He’s not a spotlight-seeking star, even if the spotlight finds him anyway.
The Orioles beat the Rays, 8-6, in 13 innings on a two-run, walk-off homer by Rougned Odor as Baltimore snapped a 15-game losing streak to Tampa Bay.
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said any decision on when to call up top prospect Adley Rutschman will be made independently of how Baltimore's catchers are playing.
By refocusing as a switch hitter in the minor leagues, Anthony Santander has made his mark with the Orioles from both sides of the plate.
For all the talk of the wall, of how difficult it was to hit a ball over it, Anthony Santander proved in the biggest moment Thursday afternoon that it could be done.
After Nick Vespi brought his football with him from Norfolk to Baltimore, an Orioles fan bought the Tides a new ball to warm up with.
After battling stage 3 colon cancer and returning to the major leagues, there was plenty for Orioles star Trey Mancini to unpack when the 2021 season ended. At his home in Laguna Beach, California, he finally took the time to do so.
After allowing a two-out RBI double in the ninth inning, Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman forced a popup from Cedric Mullins to seal the Orioles' 5-4 defeat and extend their losing streak to five games.
Former Orioles great Adam Jones didn’t entirely shut the door on his playing career. But in an article for The Players’ Tribune, Jones hinted at his time playing baseball reaching an end, reminiscing on his time in Japan as the “perfect sendoff.”