- Orioles manager Brandon Hyde has not been shy about these September starts against contending teams being auditions for his young pitchers.
- Cedric Mullins hit his 30th home run Friday night, a three-run blast off Texas Rangers starter Spencer Howard, making him the first player in Orioles history with a 30-30 season.
- Here's everything you need to know before the Orioles' home game Friday night against the Texas Rangers.
- Orioles pitching prospect Drew Rom knows what got former top prospects Zac Lowther and Alex Wells to the big leagues, and strives for it himself.
- Rookie left-hander Zac Lowther struck out a career-high seven in five innings of three-hit, shutout ball for the Orioles, and did so by settling in quickly.
- In the nine decades of modern Most Valuable Player voting, only one player who spent a full season on a 100-loss team has finished in the top five of his league’s final balloting. Mullins has the potential to end a 70-year drought.
- Brandon Hyde will return as Orioles manager next season, according to a person with direct knowledge of the agreement. The source said Hyde’s contract was extended last offseason into 2022, a year in which many of the organization’s top prospects should begin matriculating to the majors.
- Brooks Kriske on Wednesday became the 60th player the Orioles have used this season, furthering a franchise record. But he’s the only one of those named for Brooks Robinson.
- Here's everything you need to know before the Orioles' road game Wednesday night against the Philadelphia Phillies.
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- Orioles closer Tyler Wells has a 3.12 ERA since the start of June, a strong improvement over the 5.48 mark he carried into that month. In that span, he’s struck out nearly 10 times as many batters as he’s walked.
- Orioles right fielder Anthony Santander’s lunging effort wasn't enough to secure J.T. Realmuto’s line drive, which wasted Austin Hays’ go-ahead double in the top half of the 10th.
- A slugging outfielder out of the University of Arkansas, Heston Kjerstad posted a video Tuesday of him taking swings on the backfields of the Orioles’ Ed Smith Stadium complex.
- Here's everything you need to know before the Orioles' road game Tuesday night against the Philadelphia Phillies.
- Whether it’s players who started there or those who passed through or ended there, Bowie has been a pit stop for almost every top prospect the Orioles have in their system this summer.
- John Means' seventh-inning double marked the left-hander’s first career extra-base hit and the first by an Orioles pitcher in more than a decade. He also dealt 6 2/3 scoreless innings against the Philadelphia Phillies for Baltimore's first shutout since July 18.