Orioles notes: Rule 5 draftee José Mesa looks like his famous father in more ways than one
Rule 5 draftee Jose Mesa looks just like his father and also throws a lot like him.
Former Orioles ace Mussina misses out on Hall of Fame; Guerrero, Thome among four elected
Former Orioles ace Mike Mussina saw his vote total climb again in the balloting for the Baseball Hall of Fame, but missed out on induction, while Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Jim Thome, and Trevor Hoffman earned induction as the class of 2018.
An Orioles fan's winter lament
For Orioles fans, off-season speculation about Manny Machado is tough but not unfamiliar.
Hit by Mark Trumbo foul tip, MLB umpire Dale Scott retires over fear of concussions
“I’m done,” he told the Associated Press.
Former Orioles catcher Welington Castillo agrees to two-year deal with White Sox
Catcher Welington Castillo declined his option to return to the Orioles in 2018 and has landed a two-year deal with the Chicago White Sox.
Former Oriole Gregg Zaun fired as Blue Jays TV analyst for 'inappropriate' behavior toward women
Former Orioles catcher Gregg Zaun lost his job this week with Rogers Sportsnet of Canada because of the way he treated women in the workplace.
Schmuck: Jose Altuve reminds us all why baseball stands tall
Little big man Jose Altuve won the American League MVP award and showed why baseball really is the most democratic major sport.
Former Oriole Rich Dauer treated for blood clot in brain after Astros' World Series parade
Rich Dauer is the Houston Astros first-base coach.
Though Orioles tend to wait, November bargains exist for free-agent starting pitchers
The Orioles more often than not wait until later in the offseason to sign free-agent pitchers, but there has been plenty of value in November recently, too.
Ravens rookie, ex-Houston standout Tyus Bowser ecstatic about Astros winning World Series
The outside linebacker said losing a few hours of sleep to watch Houston win its first title was worth it.
Schmuck: If Dodgers' Kershaw was available to go four innings, why didn't he start Game 7?
Clayton Kershaw was dominating in a meaningless four-inning performance in the final game of the World Series.
Orioles have reached out to potential free agents Chris Tillman, Wade Miley about possible returns
It would appear that Chris Tillman's return is more likely than that of Wade Miley.
Schmuck: Managers in baseball's postseason have gone bullpen crazy
Postseason managers are overmanaging their pitching staffs and it's costing them games.
MLB asks, 'Who's the real JT?' Justin Tucker suggests it's not Justin Turner or Timberlake
The Ravens kicker would like to be considered.
Schmuck: Who would've thought ex-Orioles Justin Turner, Rich Hill would be in World Series together?
Justin Turner was a marginal Orioles prospect and Rich Hill couldn't hit the broad side of a barn, but they're big stars in Los Angeles.
Ravens' Tyus Bowser, a former University of Houston standout, rooting for Astros in World Series
The Ravens rookie outside linebacker predicted that the Astros would win in six games.
World Series predictions: Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
How Baltimore Sun reporters and editors see the 2017 World Series between the Dodgers and Astros turning out.
Sun readers want sports coverage, not politics
Sometimes it is just too much to take!
Orioles can learn from Astros, who exposed Yankees' aggressiveness with off-speed approach
The Orioles were flummoxed by the Astros pitching just as the Yankees were in Game 7 of the ALCS
What you need to know about the World Series: schedule, pitching matchups, TV info and betting line
Your guide for World Series game times, TV and betting odds, plus an Orioles angle.
Schmuck: World Series prediction and a look at the last time Dodgers and Astros met in the postseason
Peter Schmuck looks ahead to World Series and back on last time Dodgers and Astros met in the postseason.
Maryland-Rutgers football-wrestling doubleheader at Yankee Stadium moved to N.J.
Football-wrestling doubleheader will take place in Piscataway, N.J.
Prospect of Dodgers-Yankees World Series has got to have rights holders drooling
Dodgers-Yankees World Series would complete big-market ratings boost
Orioles know Yankee Stadium home-field advantage all too well
The Yankees are one win away from the World Series
As playoffs progress, Orioles could learn from Yankees' rebuild
The Orioles could take a lesson from the Yankees, who face the Astros in the ALCS
The Sun Remembers: Oct. 8-14
Tito Landrum, Stan Benjamin and Lardarius Webb are part of This Week in Maryland Sports History
The Sun Remembers: Oct. 1-7
Kurt Schmoke, Paul Blair and Johnny Unitas are part of This Week in Maryland Sports History
Rodricks: In his autumn years, he's still 'so Brooks'
Legendary Oriole Brooks Robinson helps put the finishing touch on a fan's life.
Orioles were minor-league juggernaut in days of yore
A look at when the Orioles won seven straight pennants, nevermind their minor-league status.
The late Keion Carpenter is among seven inductees to Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame
The Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame's Class of 2017 includes three former NFL players and two former soccer players.
Peter Schmuck's Camden Yards 25 for 25: The best of Oriole Park after 25 years
Peter Schmuck delivers five lists of five favorite people, places and things
Peter Schmuck: Don Baylor was everybody's MVP
Don Baylor, the American League MVP in 1979, is remembered fondly.
Digest: Mystics lose Elena Delle Donne for 2-3 weeks with thumb injury
'Big Bopper' Lee May, member of Orioles Hall of Fame, dies at 74
Lee May, who played six years in Baltimore and helped the Orioles reach the 1979 World Series, died Saturday of heart disease in a hospital near his home in Cincinnati. He was 74.
Orioles notes: In first opportunity since April, Britton dominant in setting AL consecutive-saves mark
Healthy again after returning from a forearm strain, Zach Britton strikes out two batters in the ninth inning.
Catching up with ... former Oriole Tom Shopay
Yankees provide Orioles with precedent for what to target in trades for top relievers
Yankees provide Orioles with good precedent for what to expect in trades for top relievers
As trade deadline approaches, Orioles say they're focused on tough schedule, not tough decisions
Buck Showalter: "I think we all have a pretty good idea of who people would have some interest in.”
Wait for Orioles-Cubs series at Camden Yards delayed further by inclement weather
The Orioles have to wait to face the defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs.
After victory parade, Cubs have stumbled upon a procession of obstacles in 2017
Free-agent losses, injuries and growing pains are making it difficult for baseball's defending champions to repeat their 2016 success.
Cubs come to Baltimore having traded for left-handed pitcher Jose Quintana from White Sox
The Chicago Cubs, hovering around .500 throughout the first half of the 2017 season, acquired left-handed starting pitcher Jose Quintana from the crosstown rival White Sox today.
Baseball fans vote in 12 first-time All-Star starters
Aaron Judge, Carlos Correa and Nolan Arenado led a new generation of All-Stars, among 12 first-time starters elected by fans for the July 11 game.
The 25th All-Star Game was a hit for Baltimore
On July 8, 1958, Baltimore was awash in baseball pageantry, prepped to host the 25th All-Star Game at Memorial Stadium.
Orioles legend Brooks Robinson on turning 80: 'The big Eight-Oh has got me'
Appreciate those who come through in the clutch
Every year, March Madness seemingly produces some incredible odds-defying, last-second shots that send one team on to the next round or crowns them champions
Royals, Orioles going in opposite directions as clock ticks down for successful cores
Ex-Oriole Rick Dempsey to sign new book in Bel Air Saturday
Orioles fans will have the opportunity to meet Orioles legend Rick Dempsey at a book signing on Saturday, April 22 at Barnes & Noble in Bel Air.
'Dancing With the Stars' recap: 10s for Rashad Jennings, while Mr. T doesn't fare as well
It's "My Most Memorable Year" night on "Dancing With the Stars," aka a race to make the viewers cry.
Former Orioles Tippy Martinez and Ross Grimsley have stayed local to build lives after baseball
Former Orioles Ross Grimsley and Tippy Martinez stayed in the Baltimore area after their professional baseball playing days ended three decades ago to build lives beyond baseball
Twenty years later: Looking back at the Orioles’ wire-to-wire 1997 season
In 1997, the Orioles became the sixth team in baseball history to go wire to wire in first place. Looking back at some of the highs and lows of the club's last playoff season before 2012.