Orioles utility man Hanser Alberto has been a saving grace for manager Brandon Hyde through the first month of the season, hitting better than both his career numbers and the supporting metrics for this season say he should be.
Orioles rookie shortstop Richie Martin's grandfather, Walter "Bancy" Thomas, played with Jackie Robinson on the 1945 Kansas City Monarchs, Jackson's only season in the Negro American League before he broke baseball's color barrier in 1947.
With an 0-for-4 performance Sunday, Orioles first baseman Chris Davis’ hitless drought dating to last season reached 44 at-bats, two shy of the major league record for a non-pitcher that Eugenio Velez set between the 2010 and 2011 seasons.
The Orioles claimed Pedro Severino off waivers from the Nationals. Reliever Paul Fry will start against the Phillies in Sunday's split-squad game in Clearwater. He'll be the "opener" and he says he will welcome the opportunity if he's needed in that role during the season.
Outfielder Dwight Smith Jr. is the latest addition to the Orioles' loaded outfield mix, and the third trade executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias has made using international signing bonus pool money this spring.
Dylan Bundy pitched well around two home runs in three innings for the Orioles, but rotation candidate David Hess retired all nine batters he faced in a 9-4 Grapefruit League win over the Minnesota Twins on Monday.
With Richie Martin and Drew Jackson lined up beside each other on the infield for the first Orioles road game of the spring, manager Brandon Hyde said he had a good impression of the two Rule 5 players.
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 first time I saw Frank Robinson play was at Memorial Stadium on my 9th birthday in May 1966. I remember vividly his aggressive base running and beef with the umpire after being called out. That play and reaction personified the take-charge attitude that Frank Robinson brought to the game.
Hall of Famer Frank Robinson led the Orioles to their first World Series title in 1966, was the first African-American manager in both the American and National Leagues and managed the Orioles for parts of four seasons. Here’s a timeline of his career.
Despite a litany of dismissals last year both before and after his arrival, new Orioles GM Mike Elias said the club is essentially fully operational with less than six weeks to go before spring training.
Reds manager David Bell said his brother, Orioles managerial candidate Mike Bell, 'would do great, given the opportunity' if new executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias chose him to replace Buck Showalter.
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.