Orioles slugger Chris Davis is a lot like the rebuilding team itself — largely dismissed, more-than-occasionally mocked and with nothing to do but simply go out every night and try and win in the face of it all.
Orioles legend and Hall of Famer Jim Palmer says he sees a more confident Chris Davis as the team returns to Chicago, the site of Palmer's comments calling into question Davis' work ethic and desire to break out of his slump last May.
In an Orioles bullpen that has faced plenty of turnover one month into the 2019 campaign, Sunday marked perhaps a record day of change. Excluding the three position players manager Brandon Hyde has sent to the mound, the Orioles have deployed 18 relief pitchers this season, the most in baseball.
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde announced Friday that right-hander David Hess would be available out of the bullpen as the team opened a rotation spot for Means, who will pitch during the upcoming series at the Chicago White Sox.
The ball continued to fly out of Oriole Park on Tuesday night, but unlike the previous 11 games here, the home team provided the power, with the Orioles blasting four home runs in their 9-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox.
After getting scratched from Tuesday’s lineup with an illness, first baseman Chris Davis was not among the starting nine that Orioles manager Brandon Hyde put together for Wednesday’s matchup with the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field.
Fresh off about 50 pitches in the ballpark he used to call home, right-hander Alex Cobb is expected to come off the injured list to start for the Orioles in Friday’s series opener against the Minnesota Twins at Camden Yards, manager Brandon Hyde said Tuesday.
With a series split in Boston this weekend at Fenway Park, the Orioles took another step toward showing they're different from last year's bunch by battling on the road in a way the 115-loss Orioles often didn't.
Orioles right-hander Dan Straily carried a no-hit bid into the fifth inning and the offense made sure it didn't waste a strong pitching performance in an 8-1 win on Patriots' Day over the Boston Red Sox on Monday at Fenway Park.
An Orioles offense that broke out a day earlier reverted to its old ways Sunday at Fenway Park, collecting just five hits and getting shut out for the first time this season in a 4-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox.
Several Baltimore bars announced plans this week to offer free drinks, and in one case food, when Orioles first baseman Chris Davis finally gets a hit. Davis set a major league record Monday for the most at-bats without a hit.
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis — faced with a second-inning at-bat Thursday in which he would either get his first hit of the season or break the major league record of 58 consecutive hitless plate appearances — lined out to the warning track in center field.