Less than a month after being claimed off waivers in 1958, veteran relief pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm stepped into a starting role for the Orioles and no-hit the mighty New York Yankees.
Tampa Bay ace left-hander Shane McClanahan is scheduled to have Tommy John elbow reconstruction Monday, and Rays outfielder Manuel Margot will undergo a procedure to remove bone chips from his right elbow.
Can you stand the glare? Stars show us their blinding bling.
As the moments ticked down on the Orioles’ deadline to exercise a stadium lease extension, the then-chairman of the Maryland Stadium Authority says he was left in the dark by John Angelos about the team’s intentions.
Four officials with knowledge of the request said Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos sought development rights to three state-owned parking lots at Camden Yards.
Michael Lorenzen threw the 14th no-hitter in Philadelphia Phillies history, a dazzling performance in only his second start with his new team, which beat the Washington Nationals, 7-0, on Wednesday night.
It's "highly unlikely" that Baltimore-born Tampa Bay Rays left-hander Shane McClanahan, who left his last start with tightness in his left forearm, will pitch again this season, Rays manager Kevin Cash said Tuesday.
The Chicago Cubs designated former Orioles slugger Trey Mancini for assignment Tuesday to make room on their roster for newly acquired Jeimer Candelario.
Maryland Stadium Authority board member William Cole is expressing his frustration with the Orioles over a lack of progress on a new lease.
Aaron Judge is back.
It didn’t take long for Shohei Ohtani to reward the Angels — at least in the short-term — for apparently deciding not to trade him.
Recalling the night in 1966 when a 22-year-old Baltimore Police officer decided to lock up his baseball hero, Mickey Mantle.
Orioles Chairman and CEO John Angelos has reached out to Maryland’s congressional delegation and retained Washington lobbyists as part of efforts to redevelop the Inner Harbor and the stadium area.
The Maryland U.S. Senate race is heating up with both money and star power.
A look into the Daily News archive captures the drama surrounding the day Neil Armstrong took 'one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind' on July 20, 1969.
Treasurer Dereck Davis said the drawn-out process — in which he does not have a part — between the Maryland Stadium Authority and the Orioles makes him believe “there’s something that we’re not being told.”
The last three years have been a whirlwind for Ethan Pecko. The Towson University pitcher's dream is now reality after the Houston Astros selected him with the final pick of the sixth round in the MLB draft.
Archibald “Moonlight” Graham, immortalized in the 1989 movie "Field of Dreams," served for decades as a doctor at a high school in Minnesota. He signed a 1951 yearbook, which was auctioned Tuesday for $9,400.
After going the pitcher route in the first round three of the last four years, the Chicago Cubs tapped into the college hitter pool for their top 2023 draft pick.
Browse photos of Orioles prospects Jackson Holliday and Heston Kjerstad competing in the MLB All-Star Futures Game on Saturday, July 8, 2023, at T-Mobile Park in Seattle.
Orioles fans complain they can’t always access their team’s games, don’t know where to find them or miss the cadence of the regular announcers.
The Texas Rangers acquired Aroldis Chapman in a trade with the Kansas City Royals on Friday, adding a once-dominant closer to their bullpen as the AL West leaders chase their first division title in seven years.
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Noah Song, a 2019 Naval Academy graduate, is set to begin a rehabilitation assignment next week.
Sports betting companies asked Maryland regulators to drop rules that protect bettors from misleading promotions.
The Yankees announced that Wednesday night’s game against the Chicago White Sox at Yankee Stadium has been postponed because of the poor air quality due to smoke from the Canadian wildfires.
The Dark Knight is dropping the curtain on his baseball career.
Not only are the Baltimore Orioles off to a great start but the team's minor league franchises have been on the upswing as well.
A court has ruled a committee of MLB executives wasn't biased when it made a decision in the Orioles-Nationals' MASN dispute.
The Orioles are trying to capitalize on the team's buzz by increasing online ads in the Washington area and elsewhere in a six-state territory.
The Orioles and Nationals have disagreed for several years as to how much money each should have received from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network from 2012-2016. Twice, arbitration committees of MLB executives ruled in the matter, but the Orioles appealed both times.