- The end of the World Series either Tuesday or Wednesday will bring with it the start of the Orioles' second full offseason under executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias' front office regime.
- Orioles executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias and director of pitching Chris Holt are involved in a potential case of pension fraud, according to a report from the New York Daily News.
- The Orioles on Thursday lost their appeal of a decision ordering their regional television network to pay the neighboring Washington Nationals about $100 million more in broadcast rights fees.
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- Anthony Santander was named one of three finalists for the American League Gold Glove Award at right field Thursday, the only Orioles player to be nominated.
- Those searching for signs of what might be on the horizon for the Orioles have to look no further than the World Series to see all the ways a good farm system can eventually help clubs play into October.
- In 1970, Brooks Robinson put on one of the greatest all-time personal World Series shows to lead the Baltimore Orioles past the Cincinnati Reds to the championship.
- Cedric Mullins, having been through this before, knows he needs to continue to improve in the offseason and arrive in Sarasota, Florida, in February ready to win a job.
- It's clear from the Orioles' early offseason moves that the on-field product in 2021 won’t get much more money invested in it than has already been committed. Now, the question is whether the product will be diminished.
- The Orioles have laid off or furloughed several employees on the business side of the organization, seemingly another impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
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- Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. is auctioning off some memorabilia from the highest points of his career, including his record-breaking 2,131st consecutive game, to benefit the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation.
- Orioles top prospect and 2019 No.1 overall draft pick Adley Rutschman couldn’t have expected anything that came in his first full professional season.
- Here’s what the four league championship series offer for the Orioles to replicate if they want to join them in playing baseball into late October.
- DJ Stewart and Chance Sisco put up some intriguing numbers for the Orioles this past season. Will those numbers help them stick around in the big leagues?
- Only a small portion of the Orioles' instructional camp invitees has much experience in the minors, with a majority either coming from the 2019 or 2020 draft class, their trades over the past 12 months or their burgeoning international scouting operation.
- The camp, which begins Monday, will feature five of the team’s 2020 draft picks, but not No. 2 overall pick Heston Kjerstad because of what general manager Mike Elias called an “undisclosed medical, non-sports related reason."