- Orioles closer Zach Britton escapes a jam not of his own making in the eighth inning but can't hold off the Blue Jays in the ninth.
- The Orioles needed badly to split the series with last-place Toronto and showed the resilience required to get the job done.
- Heading into Thursday’s series finale against the Toronto Blue Jays, Orioles manager Buck Showalter conceded he didn’t know what to expect from right-hander
- The Orioles’ three-game road winning streak ended Wednesday night at Rogers Centre, their bats silenced by Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Marcus Stroman in a
- The Orioles grind out a rare low-scoring win in their series opener against the Toronto Blue Jays with a 3-1 victory at the Rogers Centre.
- Starter Chris Tillman obviously was still figuring things out in his third start since coming off the disabled list, but it was definitely a step in the right
- An Orioles offense that hit nine homers in its previous three games struggled to scrape together any offense Saturday, and fell victim to the long ball in a 2-1
- The Orioles hit four homers, including three off starter Aaron Sanchez, earning their fourth win over the Blue Jays in as many meetings with a 6-4 victory
- Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman navigated through the end of his longest start of this young season Thursday night relying on the pitch that got him that
- One of the biggest stories from the Orioles offseason was not who they signed but who they didn’t. Back in December, executive vice president of baseball
Adam Joneswould've welcomed Jose Bautistato theElbow issues cut short Steve Pearce's most recent return to Baltimore, but he said things are going well with the division-rival Blue Jays.Orioles catcher Welington Castillo provides Dominican with late-inning heroics in WBC win over Colombia
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Oriolesstarter Kevin GausmanMLB Central co-host Lauren Shehadi, a lifelong Orioles fan, is celebrating five years at MLB Network this month and has big plans for the future.Machado's play on the field had made him one of the game's brightest stars, and even though the Orioles have made an unprecedented effort to keep the club's core intact for the long term, the reality remains that rare stars like Machado don't always stay in one place for long. And free agency looms in two years. That means Lutwin's father, Ivan, has prepared his daughter for a discussion, just like the one his father had with him when his favorite player growing up, Mookie Wilson, was tradedOrioles slugger Mark Trumbo was unveiled at Camden Yards Friday, and said a return to Baltimore was always his first choice.There's still a few weeks remaining in the Orioles' offseason, but even with the roster not necessarily finished, the re-signing of slugger Mark Trumbo to a three-year contract makes clear that their core beliefs haven't changed.Monday's deadline for free agents to accept or decline qualifying offers from their previous teams set the majority of the offseason market, giving teams a clear idea of who they could potentially target and what it might cost to do so.Outfielder Mark Trumbo rejected the Orioles' qualifying offer, meaning the team will get a pick at the end of the first round should he leave in free agency.
Toronto Blue Jaysopen the American League Championship SeriesThe fact that Orioles outfielder Mark Trumbo currently leads Major League Baseball in home runs with 26 - along with his penchant for tape-measure blasts -Orioles outfielder Mark Trumbo, who was selected to play in the All-Star Game for the second time in his career, said he would be interested in participating inAdam Jones still struggles calling himself a "leadoff hitter," shaking his head at the thought of it. That's because the Orioles center fielder isn't theThe top of the AL East just got a bit tighter after Michael Saunders' big night for the Blue Jays against the Orioles.James Stewart, who produces the shirt, started his own company after being shot March 29 in Tallahassee, Fla., and taking a leave from his job.Left-hander Brian Matusz could see plenty of work this week against the Mariners after a long layoff in a slow season.Orioles catcher Matt Wieters, manager Buck Showalter on the frustrating umpiring in the team's 3-2 win over Toronto.