17 times that The Onion skewered Baltimore
In the spirit of taking a joke, let us celebrate 16 times The Onion skewered Baltimore. Don't take it personally.
'This is still your path': Orioles’ John Means skyrockets from edge of retirement to All-Star
John Means so strongly considered quitting baseball last year that he made a LinkedIn profile. Even he can't believe he's now the Orioles' All-Star.
Funeral director Robert Myers remembered as compassionate and caring
Loved ones will wish a farewell to Robert Myers, a devoted husband, father and funeral director, on Sunday.
Orioles' Chris Holt breaks down prospects Grayson Rodriguez, DL Hall ahead of All-Star Futures Game
Pitching coordinator Chris Holt weighs in on former top picks Grayson Rodriguez and DL Hall ahead of the All-Star Futures Game.
Orioles’ Trey Mancini thankful for support after All-Star snub: 'I'm lucky to be surrounded by so many great people'
Trey Mancini had to make some tough phone calls Sunday to tell family he didn't make the All-Star team, but he's thankful for the support he's gotten.
Orioles' breakout rookie starter John Means selected to 2019 MLB All-Star Game
John Means is the first homegrown Orioles starter to make the All-Star team since Mike Mussina and the club's only representative July 9 in Cleveland.
Orioles' historic wins fueled by youth, as Chance Sisco, Anthony Santander give glimpses of future
Some Orioles roster shuffling over the past month has added some actual youth to their lineup, and this weekend is showing some of the fruits of it.
Orioles' Chance Sisco gets acclaim for catching on big night at plate: 'That was awesome to watch'
While Chance Sisco's bat shined in the Orioles' 13-0 win Friday, so did his defense behind the plate.
Orioles’ outline of Adley Rutschman’s development path begins in Gulf Coast League
The Orioles, in an effort to keep first overall pick Adley Rutschman feeling "great," have mapped out a development plan that starts in the Gulf Coast League.
Orioles introduce No. 1 overall pick Adley Rutschman, who is expected to play in Aberdeen this summer
Mike Elias expects Adley Rutschman to join the Gulf Coast League roster and then the Aberdeen IronBirds.
Orioles end seven-game West Coast trip with one victory after 13-3 loss to Mariners
The Orioles collapsed in an eight-run third inning and limped home after a 1-6 West Coast road trip.
Orioles lose 10th straight, 10-9, as beleaguered bullpen gets hammered again and rally falls short
The Orioles jumped out to a three-run lead in the first inning on Friday night and then the bullpen got hammered again.
Orioles pitching prospect Josh Rogers needed to reset his priorities after slow Triple-A start
Orioles pitching prospect Josh Rogers says he was too focused on getting called up to the majors and forgot how to pitch.
Orioles reset: How the 40-man roster situation is making this season harder than it should be
The Orioles have a lot of players who are young enough to project success, but still too inexperienced to be relied on at the major league level.
Maryland girls briefly get wish – an elite baseball (not softball!) team of their own
Even as athletic opportunities for girls have increased, an unwritten custom endures: baseball for boys, softball for girls. MLB is working to change that.
On eve of demotion anniversary, Chance Sisco feeling comfortable with Orioles
Chance Sisco is feeling comfortable with the Orioles, even though his status as their catcher of the future is up in the air thanks to Adley Rutschman.
Brandon Hyde copes with challenges of being a father and father figure in first season as Orioles manager
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde had his father's full attention, but has to split his between his family and his team.
Orioles prospect Yusniel Díaz's homers highlight progress at plate; Brandon Hyde shuffles rotation
Orioles top prospect Yusniel Díaz has home runs in three straight games to highlight some of the progress he's made with his swing at Double-A Bowie.
Orioles' Dylan Bundy reflects on changes to his pitch mix: 'You have to see it to believe it'
Since the beginning of May, Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy rediscovered his form and pitched as well as at any point in the past year.
Red Sox hit six homers, blast Orioles, 13-2, to open series
The Red Sox hit six home runs in cruising to a 13-2 series-opening victory over the Orioles.
Orioles prospect Hunter Harvey making first career relief appearance to control innings, try out new role
Orioles pitching prospect Hunter Harvey, whose mid-90s fastball continues to tantalize at Double-A Bowie, will pitch in relief for the first time Friday.
Orioles' Mark Trumbo optimistic about return, but recognizes retirement is possible
Through a frustrating process that has featured setbacks, Mark Trumbo has tried to maintain a positive attitude as he worked his way back to the Orioles.
The Orioles spent and traded nearly $8 million in international bonus slots in 2018-19. Here's where it went.
With $8.5 million in international bonus pool slots for the 2018-19 period, the Orioles have used nearly all of it under new GM Mike Elias and Koby Perez.
IronBirds are back in Aberdeen with open practice
For a third straight year, the Aberdeen IronBirds held a ‘Night under the Lights’ practice session, allowing interested fans a chance to see and possibly meet
Orioles' Alex Cobb will undergo hip surgery this week and miss the rest of the season
Orioles right-hander Alex Cobb will undergo hip surgery later this week and miss the rest of the 2019 season.
Orioles acquire RHP Tom Eshelman from Phillies for international bonus slots
The Orioles acquired right-handed pitcher Tom Eshelman in a trade with the Philadelphia Phillies for international bonus slots. He will join Triple-A Norfolk.
In Orioles’ 65th game, manager Brandon Hyde reuses lineup for first time
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde wrote out 64 different batting orders through 64 games before repeating Saturday's lineup for Sunday's finale with Houston.
Schmuck: Although the Orioles might be trying your patience, they aren't trying to win by losing
The Orioles might be losing at a near-record pace, but it's not because they are trying to make sure they pick first in next year's draft.
Orioles' Evan Phillips adjusting to back-and-forth saga from Triple-A
Evan Phillips got his fourth call-up to the Orioles on Saturday with the team needing an extra bullpen arm after Friday’s 11-inning loss to the Astros.
For Orioles' rookie Richie Martin, progress at the plate coming slowly but clearly
Orioles shortstop Richie Martin is a work in progress at the plate.
Orioles' Hanser Alberto having homecoming to remember against Texas Rangers
Orioles' Hanser Alberto savors career night in Arlington, Texas.
Orioles' Chance Sisco back in the majors with a clear idea of what will keep him here
Chance Sisco hoping to stick around for long haul with Orioles
Orioles recall catcher Chance Sisco from Triple-A Norfolk
The Orioles recalled catcher Chance Sisco from Triple-A Norfolk ahead of this week's trip to Texas.
Tim Cossins thrilled to serve as Orioles' manager for a day
With Brandon Hyde in Chicago to attend his daughter's high school graduation, Tim Cossins served as the Orioles’ interim manager for Saturday’s game.
Former Orioles prospect Mike Yastrzemski makes Camden Yards debut in Giants uniform
Orioles draftees Trey Mancini and Mike Yastrzemski, now with the Giants, came up through the minors dreaming of someday playing together at Camden Yards.
Thirty years after being Orioles' only previous first overall pick, Ben McDonald has advice for who’s next
LSU right-hander Ben McDonald is the only player the Orioles have selected with the first overall pick of the MLB draft. That will change Monday night.
Orioles recall hot-hitting outfielder DJ Stewart from Triple-A Norfolk
Outfielder DJ Stewart, having one of the best months of anyone in the minors, was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk to give the Orioles another outfield option.
Struggling Orioles closer Mychal Givens to pitch in lower-leverage situations to rediscover confidence, command
Trying to get Mychal Givens back on track, Orioles manager Brandon Hyde will deploy his most experienced relief arm in lower-leverage situations.
Orioles reset: How is the club deciding which players to target on waivers?
The Orioles got back on the waiver wire in a big way last week, and Mike Elias explained the club's decision-making process when players become available.
Orioles place struggling Chris Davis on injured list with hip soreness
Reliever Evan Phillips was recalled from Norfolk.
With Orioles' Chris Davis in a 'little bit of a rut,' Brandon Hyde unclear when he'll play again
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is back in one of his deep slumps, and manager Brandon Hyde doesn't know when he'll play again.
Orioles' Triple-A prospects are 'very much on the radar.' Their manager sees improvement in all of them.
As the shine on the rebuilding Orioles continues to wear off, the focus has naturally gone to some of the club’s high-profile minor league talents.
Orioles GM Mike Elias evaluates Brandon Hyde, AL-worst record as team nears 50-game mark
Orioles general manager Mike Elias said there are positives to pull from a team with the worst record in the American League, including manager Brandon Hyde.
Jonathan Villar gets first day off as Brandon Hyde continues search for ideal Orioles lineup
For the 47th time in 47 games, Orioles manager Brandon Hyde deployed a lineup he had not used before with Jonathan Villar resting for the first time.
Orioles' DJ Stewart hitting his way back onto major league radar: 'He's swinging the bat great'
Stewart, the Orioles' first-round pick in 2015, entered Sunday batting .487/.521/1.077 with five home runs and six doubles in 12 games.
Orioles' Dylan Bundy mixes things up to bounce back in 5-1 win over Indians
Dylan Bundy pitched 5 2/3 quality innings in the Orioles' 5-1 win over the Indians on Friday night.
Orioles' Rio Ruiz riding new routine to be team's hottest hitter in May
Rio Ruiz, the Orioles' hottest hitter in May, has found that all those hitting coaches who preach consistency and routine just might be onto something.
Josh Rogers’ scratch with Norfolk related to Orioles’ potential need for arm after doubleheader
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said Josh Rogers' scratch at Triple-A Norfolk was done in preparation for the possibility of needing more pitching going forward.
Orioles return to New York ‘still having as much fun’ as they did on Opening Day visit
As the Orioles return to New York for the first time since the season's opening weekend, the team's growth isn’t going unnoticed among the veterans.
Orioles' Chris Davis homers again to complete climb from hitless to cleanup hitter
Brandon Hyde likes to put his best four hitters in the top of the lineup. For the first time this season, that included first baseman Chris Davis on Sunday.