The Orioles plan to appeal a decision ordering their team-controlled regional television network to pay the neighboring Washington Nationals tens of millions of dollars more in broadcast rights fees, according to a court document.
With Pedro Severino out of minor league options, the Washington Nationals had to pass him through waivers once they decided he wasn’t going to make their roster this spring. The Orioles claimed him, and a little more than a month into the season, both they and Severino are better for it.
Gov. Larry Hogan wrote to Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred last year expressing concern about the effect of the lingering television rights fee dispute between the Orioles and Washington Nationals, and offering to help broker an agreement.
A Major League Baseball arbitration committee issued its long-awaited decision that the Orioles-controlled Mid-Atlantic Sports Network must pay the neighboring Washington Nationals increased fees for the right to broadcast their games.
New San Diego Padres third baseman Manny Machado arrived at Nationals Park on Friday and said he wasn't talking about Orioles fans when he made a negative comment about Baltimore in a Sports Illustrated interview this spring.
A New York court has sealed a key decision of a Major League Baseball arbitration panel in the dispute between the Orioles and the Washington Nationals over television rights fees and profits from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network.
A New York State Supreme Court justice ruled Tuesday that the Orioles can seek arbitration outside Major League Baseball's system in part of their long-running legal dispute with the Washington Nationals over television rights.
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.
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.
With owner Peter Angelos ailing, Major League Baseball wants to know by June who 'controls' Orioles. The request is the strongest signal yet that the Orioles are transitioning from the leadership of Angelos, 89, who is no longer able to run the team.
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.
As multiple media outlets reported the Orioles had selected Chicago Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde to be their next manager Tuesday night, new general manager Mike Elias denied that a hire had been made.
The executive search would be daunting enough, but another round of arbitration in the long-running Mid-Atlantic Sports Network rights dispute with the Washington Nationals also is a major source of concern for the Orioles. Both situations could come to a head this month.
Baseball's commissioner said Tuesday that "I have not made one decision in my entire time as commissioner related to the Baltimore Orioles that was based on whether or not the MASN litigation was ongoing."
Orioles minor league pitcher Alex Katz was in West Virginia with Low-A Delmarva Sunday, but his side-project with friend Anthony De Lucia, KD Custom Kicks, had a major presence at the MLB All-Star Futures Game in Washington.
Trea Turner hit two homers, including his first career grand slam, and drove in eight runs to help the Washington Nationals rally from a nine-run deficit and defeat the Miami Marlins and end a five-game losing streak.
John McNamara, a Capital Gazette editor and sports reporter who covered the University of Maryland Terrapins and was a high school basketball history specialist, died Thursday at the attack at the Annapolis newspaper’s office.
The Orioles have proposed a series of settlements to Major League Baseball in hopes of finally resolving the television rights fee dispute with the Washington Nationals that hovers over both teams like a cloud, according to multiple sources familiar with the proposals.