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Orioles announce 2019 promotional schedule; individual tickets go on sale Friday

The Orioles released their 2019 promotional schedule Wednesday and announced that individual game tickets will go on sale to the general public Friday at 10 a.m. Birdland Members (season-plan holders) will receive a special presale opportunity Thursday at 10 a.m.

The Orioles celebrate Star Wars Night on Saturday, May 4, when the first 20,000 fans 15 and over receive a BB-8 beanie.

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Who's in control of the Orioles? MLB wants answer as owner Peter Angelos ails

With Orioles owner Peter Angelos in declining health, Major League Baseball has asked the team to inform it by June who is in control of the club, according to multiple sources.

The request is the strongest signal yet that the Orioles are transitioning from the leadership of Angelos, 89, who is no longer able to run the team.

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This young Yankees fan really, really didn't want Manny Machado and he's made it clear why

When he learned about Manny Machado’s reported 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres, young Yankees fan Jacob Carpenter argued he was glad the former Orioles star would not be suiting up in pinstripes, as some in New York had hoped.

Jacob’s rant at Spring Training at George M.

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Frank Robinson and the legend of the Orioles 'HERE' flag

One Sunday in a long-ago spring, sudden lightning cracked from Frank Robinson’s bat, and in a few electric seconds, one of Baltimore’s greatest legends was born. Robinson hit a home run that cleared the left-field bleachers, the ball flying high over spectators, and landing in the parking lot beyond. It was the only home run anyone ever hit out of long-gone Memorial Stadium.

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Orioles spring training roster preview: Plenty of opportunities available in bullpen

As the Orioles prepare to begin spring training next week in Sarasota, Fla., and with it the next chapter of the franchise's rebuild under the leadership of executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias and manager Brandon Hyde, the focus will finally shift from the front office to the field.

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Schmuck: For the rebuilding Orioles, the whole bench coach thing is overrated

When the Orioles announced their new coaching staff last week, it seemed to catch everyone by surprise when it didn’t include a bench coach to help Brandon Hyde with game management.

It really shouldn’t have raised any eyebrows.

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