- By adding an ability to play first base to his repertoire, Orioles outfielder Anthony Santander can slot into a lineup at four positions, including designated hitter. That versatility could become useful — in Baltimore or elsewhere.
- After Rougned Odor's two-out homer tied the game in the bottom of the ninth, Cedric Mullins' two-out double in the 10th lifted the Orioles to a 10-9 victory over the Texas Rangers, their second walk-off win in as many days in Baltimore.
- Eddie Murray, Chris Davis, Robert Andino, Rick Sutcliffe, Jay Gibbons, Chris Hoiles, Rodrigo López and Jeff Reboulet are among former players who will participate in the Orioles' August celebration of Camden Yards’ 30-year anniversary.
- A week after one son’s lawsuit described her as isolated and indecisive, the wife of ailing Orioles owner Peter Angelos and her other son met with Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred, who was reassured about her oversight of the team as part of her control over her husband’s assets, people with knowledge of the meeting told The Baltimore Sun.
- Each week, The Baltimore Sun breaks down five of the top performers in the Orioles’ prospect ranks and hands out some superlatives for those who didn’t make that cut.
- Rookie catcher Adley Rutschman tied the game at 6 with a two-out RBI double in the bottom of the ninth before Jorge Mateo was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the 10th to lift the Orioles to a 7-6 come-from-behind victory over the Texas Rangers on the Fourth of July in Baltimore.
- On Monday, the Orioles will play their 81st game of the season, officially signifying the 2022 campaign’s midpoint. Manager Brandon Hyde has “mixed emotions” as his club approaches that benchmark.
- Tyler Wells held the Minnesota Twins to one run in six innings Sunday to lead the Orioles to a sweep-avoiding 3-1 victory at Target Field. He’s completed six innings in four of his past seven starts, posting a 1.66 ERA in that span.
- As much external focus as there is on what the Orioles will do in two weeks with the first overall pick of the MLB draft, the 21 picks that follow will also have a role to play in that decision.
- Jorge López’s second straight loss — and the fourth straight for the Orioles (35-44) — wasted a strong start from Jordan Lyles, who carried a shutout into the seventh inning in an eventual 4-3 defeat to the Minnesota Twins Saturday afternoon.
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- Byron Buxton’s walk-off, two-run home run off Baltimore closer Jorge López gave the Minnesota Twins a 3-2 victory to open their series with the Orioles in Minneapolis on Friday night. Baltimore had been 29-0 when leading after eight innings.
- Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said after the game that there was a "disrespectful exchange between the home-plate umpire and our dugout" and that he "felt it warranted me to go out there and see what was going on, and it got heated from there."
- June marked the first full calendar month in which Baltimore posted a winning record since August 2017. Here’s a look back at the numbers that stand out from their impressive month.
- In the twilight of his life, Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos’ vast portfolio of Baltimore assets could be broken up amid a family feud over who will control them.
- By not maximizing revenues from special events this summer, the Maryland Stadium Authority says it’s thinking big picture. The state treasurer, though, says it's “being callous and reckless” and that he may encourage legislative action.
- Double-A Bowie manager Kyle Moore said Baysox catcher Maverick Handley has a skill set matching that of the Orioles' backup catchers when they were one of the American League's top teams. With top prospect Adley Rutschman already catching in Baltimore, it’s a possibility Handley openly accepts.