As the Iron Man and Woman of Orioles' Opening Day, we are hoping to throw out the first pitch when we hit 50 years of annual attendance and take a victory lap around the stadium. Then we’ll come back for 51, and hope some good seats come our way.
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said he'd be comfortable treating Rule 5 acquisition Drew Jackson as a fourth outfielder, and Jackson said he believes he can be an "elite corner outfielder" as he gets his first ever start in right field Monday.
Orioles outfielder Austin Hays had to re-learn how to run after offseason ankle surgery, and the resulting strides with that and his offseason fitness program have him in position to earn a major league job this spring.
Nate Karns didn't pitch for over a week in a game due to arm soreness, and manager Brandon Hyde said that hinders him being able to be stretched out to start the year in the Orioles' rotation to start the season.
Longtime Orioles radio voice Joe Angel won't return for the 2019 season, the team announced Thursday, having spent 19 seasons on the Orioles Radio Network and causing a shakeup on the team's broadcast.
The Orioles announced Wednesday that their coaching staff under manager Brandon Hyde will include Tim Cossins, Doug Brocail, Don Long, Arnie Beyeler, José Flores, José Hernández, Howie Clark, and John Wasdin.
The Orioles' payroll for 2019 might end up being low enough that the club bears some of the players' frustration for the teams who are capping their spending near the soft cap of the competitive balance tax.
As the Orioles begin their search for the now-vacant job atop their baseball operations department, a familiar face will oversee the day-to-day baseball decisions — director of player development Brian Graham.
Buck Showalter won't return to manage the Orioles in 2019, according to an industry source, ending what until this season had been a productive relationship with the manager who took over in August 2010 and brought playoff baseball back to Baltimore and an organization that was starved for it.
It’s a piece of old cardboard, just 2½ by 3½ inches in size. But to Chris Rothe, of Arbutus, the 1955 Mickey Mantle baseball card is a relic of the game’s glorious past. It’s also worth a bundle. And it now belongs to him.
The Orioles, with a 7-1 loss to the Los Angeles Angels on Friday, finished the first half of the season with a 23-58 records that makes them one of the worst teams through 81 games in baseball history.