Stories and more about the Orioles' trades of Manny Machado and Zach Britton.
The Orioles dealt controllable players Jonathan Schoop, Kevin Gausman and Darren O'Day before Tuesday's nonwaiver trade deadline.
Evaluating Luis Ortiz, Jonathan Villar and Jean Carmona, the three pieces the Orioles acquired for second baseman Jonathan Schoop in a trade with the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday.
Breaking down the Orioles' prospect return from the Atlanta Braves for right-hander Kevin Gausman and Darren O'Day, including Jean Carlos Encarnación, Brett Cumberland, Bruce Zimmermann, and Evan Phillips.
Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman said he didn't reach his potential in Baltimore before being traded to the Braves.
Once the dust had cleared from a flurry of last-minute trade deadline moves Tuesday afternoon, a disassembled Orioles club lost to the New York Yankees, 6-3, at Yankee Stadium.
It had been obvious for quite some time that the Orioles were going to bail on this season and trade away the veteran nucleus of the team, but it wasn’t until Tuesday that the full magnitude of the long-anticipated rebuild hit home.
With the 4 p.m. non-waiver trade deadline approaches, it's "highly doubtful" than Adam Jones has a change of heart and decides to approve a potential trade to the Philadelphia Phillies.
But what comes next will say a lot more about the Orioles’ direction than the rhetoric that’s accompanied this month’s maneuvering.
With Dillon Tate, Cody Carroll and Josh Rogers, the Orioles fill in some obvious gaps in their farm system.
The Orioles first shopped Zach Britton a year ago at this time, but he still seemed a bit shaken and emotional when a trade finally became real late Tuesday night.
The Orioles continued their rebuild Tuesday night, trading closer Zach Britton to the American League East-rival New York Yankees in exchange for three pitching prospects.
The Orioles' Jonathan Schoop deals with separation anxiety as his baseball BFF Manny Machado is sent to play for a team across the country.
Manny Machado was introduced as a new Dodger at a news conference in Milwaukee on Friday afternoon and said all the right things.
“To my Baltimore family, I’ve spent the last few days trying to figure out how I would say goodbye but there wasn’t an easy way to do it,” Manny Machado wrote.
Enrique Hernandez hit a three-run home run, Chris Taylor scored twice, and the Dodgers opened the second half of the season with a 6-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.
Two days after he was acquired from the Baltimore Orioles, Manny Machado didn’t show up to Miller Park cracking jokes about wanting to explore possible roles in Spanish-language soap operas or making promises about cutting his hair that he had no intention of honoring, as Ramirez once did.
Pitchers Dean Kremer and Zach Pop and infielder Rylan Bannon have performed well in the batter-friendly High-A league.
Three Orioles prospects, including Yusniel Díaz, reported to Double-A Bowie on Thursday excited to continue their strong seasons after they were traded from the Los Angeles Dodgers for All-Star shortstop Manny Machado.
Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said the trade of Manny Machado was going to be the first step in an organizational rebuild that will include everything from expanded analytics and technology to more professional and international scouting efforts.
For the Orioles, this isn’t the way it was supposed to go, forced to say farewell to their best player less than two weeks after his 26th birthday. But Manny Machado's departure isn't unexpected.
In between coming and going, he made four All-Star Games, earned two Gold Glove Awards and racked up 162 home runs, 471 RBIs and countless did-you-see-that defensive plays.
Evaluating the five prospects — Yusniel Díaz, Dean Kremer, Rylan Bannon, Zach Pop, and Breyvic Valera — the Orioles acquired from the Los Angeles Dodgers for All-Star shortstop Manny Machado.
When I was growing up, Cal Ripken was king. But to the young Orioles fans who didn’t endure a decade-and-a-half of hopelessness, Manny Machado is now the draw. And he's got one foot out the door.
With trade rumors swirling around him, Manny Machado has likely played in his final game as an Oriole.
Dodgers All-Stars Ross Stripling and Matt Kemp said the possible addition of Orioles All-Star shortstop Manny Machado could have a significant impact on the team's playoff race.