- A brawl involving several players broke out in the Seattle Mariners' clubhouse Tuesday night several hours before the team's game against the Orioles at Safeco Field.
- An Orioles offense that’s sputtered into September couldn’t hold up its end, managing just three hits.
- Manny Machado said there was "no excuse" for not running out a double-play ball, which prompted boos from Orioles fans Tuesday night.
- Orioles right-hander Andrew Cashner used a quarter of his pitches Monday against the Mariners to get out of an uncharacteristically wild second inning, but still recorded a quality start.
- As it begins a new season, Major League Baseball has a deep roster and a waiting bullpen of suppliers promoting their brands by visibly associating with the sport. MLB grants licenses to Under Armour Inc., Nike Inc., Rawlings Sporting Goods Co. and other companies for products ranging from uniforms and cleats to sunglasses.
- Depending on whether the Orioles are able to retain Wei-Yin Chen, Chris Davis and Matt Wieters, next year¿s draft could be the club¿s most important in years.
- The All-Star Game will have a Kansas City flavor, just not as much as it appeared last month. And the hometown Reds can celebrate a starter, too, despite Cincinnati's sorry season.