The Orioles' payroll for 2019 might end up being low enough that the club bears some of the players' frustration for the teams who are capping their spending near the soft cap of the competitive balance tax.
Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred and players association chief Tony Clark did agree on something Tuesday. They both think the All-Star Home Run Derby is alive and well after Bryce Harper's dramatic victory Monday night.
Baseball's commissioner said Tuesday that "I have not made one decision in my entire time as commissioner related to the Baltimore Orioles that was based on whether or not the MASN litigation was ongoing."
If Bryce Harper makes the National League All-Star team, and he's in good shape to do that with updated results being released Monday, he says he'll participate in the Home Run Derby at Nationals Park on July 16.
A returning Colby Rasmus almost helped the Orioles string together a second straight win in Washington, but instead, the same old result came when Mychal Givens allowed a two-run double in the eighth inning to rookie Juan Soto.
In breakout outfield prospect Ryan McKenna, selected by the Orioles in the fourth round of the 2015 draft, the club has a player whose emergence could mean their run of futility with high school outfielders in the draft comes to an end.
On the six-year anniversary of Adam Jones' contract extension that kept him off the free-agent market and in Baltimore through his prime, he and the club reflect on what made the last such deal they signed worthwhile and why others haven't had the same opportunity.
Major League Baseball and the Baltimore-based sports apparel and footwear brand decided that transitioning from Majestic Athletic to Under Armour as the official uniform provider by next season was not feasible.
he Washington Nationals have agreed to a two-year contract extension with general manager Mike Rizzo. The team announced the deal hours before its home opener against the New York Mets. Rizzo had been in the final year of his contract but now is set to stay with the Nationals through 2020.
In July, Baltimore-based Under Armour was negotiating a long-term extension with Aaron Judge. Now, Judge has been wearing Adidas cleats and Adidas batting gloves during spring training with the Yankees.