A look at all our coverage advancing the Orioles' 2014 season, which celebrates the club's 60th anniversary in Baltimore.
Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman knows it will be a special moment Monday afternoon when he takes the mound at Camden Yards to officially open another baseball season in Baltimore.
Orioles fans reached the depths of despair this winter as their team made little move to improve its playoff chances. But after a spending spree at the break of spring training, those same fans are as excited for Opening Day as they have been in years.
With slugger Chris Davis and catcher Matt Wieters eligible for free agency after the 2015 season, are the Orioles' chances to compete nearing an end?
While Jim Johnson always had a business-like mindset, the right-hander projected to replace the former closer often shows his easygoing personality off the mound
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is days away from playing games that count. The question has to be asked again: How many home runs and RBIs does Davis think he can compile this year?
For the Orioles' top two prospects — right-handers Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman — it is no different. Both pitchers made it to the major leagues in their first full professional seasons, but each has faced adversity over the past year.
As Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette sat in his office at the Ed Smith Stadium complex on a sunny afternoon earlier this month, overlooking a well-manicured cloverleaf of fields, a bitter winter seemed like an eternity ago in more ways than one.
Club has emphasized signing foreign players under Dan Duquette, and manager Buck Showalter has built team chemistry despite language barrier
After being ranked in the bottom third of the major leagues in ERA over the past 14 seasons, starting rotation could be one of the club's strongest assets in 2014
With Opening Day just around the corner -- and the Orioles' 25-man roster being finalized over the next few days -- Delmon Young's story might be the best of the bunch.