Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy, their most consistent starter this season, may miss his next start because of a rolled ankle suffered running the bases after his first career hit Saturday in Atlanta.
The pending return of third baseman Tim Beckham could mean the Orioles have a daily lineup headache with too many players — Danny Valencia, Chris Davis, Mark Trumbo, Colby Rasmus and Trey Mancini — for the spots available.
The Orioles return home Sunday from a .500 road trip through Washington and Atlanta with, if not tangible improvement to their inconsistent season, an idea of what that improvement will look like going forward.
Pose the question to anyone in an Orioles uniform, and the pause before he speaks is pregnant. The sigh is audible, the stare far away. The question is almost as loaded as the possible answers — and there's no one answer: How did the Orioles' season fall apart so fast?
A friendly rivalry was almost settled Friday night when Darren O'Day was set to face Ryan Flaherty, but manager Buck Showalter's decision to intentionally walk him avoided that "potential moment" in favor of trying to win the game.
Former Orioles star Nick Markakis is enjoying a career year in the fourth year of his deal with Atlanta, with he and Ryan Flaherty providing the upstart Braves much of what they did for the Orioles, showing what their old team lacks in the process.
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.
Dan Duquette says a report that the Orioles have interviewed Ned Colletti for an unspecified job in the organization is false. There will be plenty of other rumors in weeks and months to come. Believe them or not.
Orioles rookie right-hander Yefry Ramirez turned in a surprisingly strong debut and deserved better than what he got in the Orioles 5-1 loss to the Red Sox, as even with a new starting pitcher, the team's old problems were unavoidable.
Stars in every scenario a season ago, the Orioles' Trey Mancini and Jonathan Schoop left the bases loaded as the would-be tying runs in the seventh inning of Tuesday night's 6-4 loss to the Boston Red Sox to continue disastrous seasons with runners in scoring position for each.
With a second straight scoreless start and his third scoreless outing in his past six, Orioles starter Dylan Bundy showed in the 2-0, 12-inning loss to Boston that his starts are back to being appointment viewing.
With shortstop Manny Machado out Monday with illness and the open acknowledgement that Zach Britton is returning from the DL only to be showcased for trades, the Orioles returned home from a four-game sweep in Toronto making no airs about where they are as a club.
The Orioles found a new way to lose Saturday afternoon at Rogers Centre, sinking to a season-worst 25 games below .500 after dropping a 4-3 decision to the Toronto Blue Jays on reliever Mychal Givens’ bases-loaded walk in the 10th inning.