Catcher Chance Sisco hasn't been under the microscope much during his rookie season as the Orioles deal with myriad other problems, but there's plenty of growth that the club is noticing from one of its top prospects.
Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman tied a career high with 10 strikeouts and rode what he called his best splitter he's had in the big leagues to a career-high 25 swinging strikes as he continued his emergence as the team's steadiest starter in Tuesday night's loss to the White Sox.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said his pitching staff needs a reset Monday after Saturday's doubleheader, and needs a starter Wednesday with Kevin Gausman and the rest of the staff getting an extra day of rest before a long stretch of games.
Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman pitched a rare immaculate inning en route to eight solid frames Monday night, but still lost, 2-1, to the Cleveland Indians because of his one mistake and the team's fruitless offense.
Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman, constantly searching for a way to unlock some consistency in his fifth major league season, made a tweak the day before Wednesday's start against the Detroit Tigers.
Orioles third base coach Bobby Dickerson threw a classic Louisiana crawfish boil for the team Thursday, and the Orioles turned it into a diploma ceremony for the new 52-year-old graduate of Nicholls State University.
A first-round draft pick in 2012 who was in the major leagues less than a year later, Kevin Gausman has seen his constant efforts to fashion himself into a front-line major league starter play out in front of Orioles fans desperate for him to fill that role.
The Orioles' Adam Jones, Tim Beckham, Darren O'Day, Kevin Gausman and Caleb Joseph praised the team's four-year agreement with right-hander Alex Cobb, who arrives with a proven record of success and fills out the starting rotation.
Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman struck out five in three perfect innings against a first-choice Philadelphia Phillies lineup Saturday, and came away encouraged as much by his delivery as the results.
Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman arrived at the Ed Smith Stadium complex Tuesday morning prepared to leave Sarasota for Phoenix to attend his arbitration hearing Wednesday. But just hours later, the club agreed to terms with its final unsigned arbitration-eligible player.
Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy, the only two established starters on the Orioles, spoke at FanFest about the pressures that come with that distinction and their efforts to live up to their top-of-the-rotation billing.