If there's anything worth taking away from the Orioles' series win in New York to start the season, it's not how often they'll be able to replicate it, but that they're unburdened from anything but that day's game and can actually enjoy it.
The Orioles’ home opener is April 4, meaning that baseball will soon be back, and all will be well with the world. With all you fine folks in mind, we offer this guide to celebrating beyond Opening Day.
Julia Ruth Stevens, the last surviving child of Babe Ruth, died early Saturday morning at an assisted-living facility in Henderson, Nev., due to complications after a pulmonary embolism, said her son, Tom Stevens. She was 102.
What's proved to be a year of seismic changes for the Orioles on and off the field still packed in plenty of actual baseball over the required 162 games, even if it might have been nice for them to mercifully end by about halfway through.
The Orioles are offering lunch with Trey Mancini and Mychal Givens at a Baltimore-area restaurant as part of the 2018 Winter Meetings Auction, with proceeds benefiting the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and the Jackie Robinson Foundation.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter led the Orioles to success as part of a wave taking over the game that emphasize bullpen usage and defense. That the rest of the league caught up and passed them on that front doesn't take away from the success it brought.
Three wheelchair users have sued the Baltimore Orioles and the owner of Oriole Park at Camden Yards over accessibility at the stadium, citing broken lifts and frequently blocked views. They say that when they sit on the lower level, they can't see the field when the crowd stands up to cheer.
Dulaney High School Chamber Choir had the honor of singing the National Anthem at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Aug. 29. As an added bonus the group also performed “O Canada” as the opponent that evening was the Toronto Blue Jays.
With the mostly intact husk of their recently successful rosters or the newly made-over version without any of the pedigree or star power, these Orioles have lost more often than any other team to wear the colors.