Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette gave his strongest indication this offseason that the club is shifting its focus away from retaining slugger Mark
NATIONAL HARBOR — In forgoing the free agent frenzy and blockbuster trades of baseball's winter meetings over the years, the
The Orioles are right to expect their bullpen to improve in 2017. They just can't stock it with young starters.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter was denied his fourth Manager of the Year award on Tuesday, finishing third in balloting on the American League side.
Outfielder Mark Trumbo rejected the Orioles' qualifying offer, meaning the team will get a pick at the end of the first round should he leave in free agency.
The Orioles have six starters, and the pitching market is thin, meaning they'll avoid a bad deal this offseason.
I wonder how many sports fans are tired of hearing about all the great moves Orioles general manager Dan Duquette has made during his time with the Orioles? Are you as tied as I am seeing one of the worst starting staffs in all of baseball?
Now that we've had some time to move on from the sting of the loss in the wild card game -- just remember the Red Sox won just as many games in the postseason
Less than 48 hours after the Orioles' 2016 season ended dramatically in the American League wild-card game, executive vice president Dan Duquette and manager Buck Showalter sat together at Camden Yards looking back at the year while looking to the future.
The most definitive thing that came out of the Orioles’ end-of-the-season news conference Thursday probably wasn’t what the club’s fan base wanted to hear.
If the Orioles do make the playoffs they will have to make some tough decisions on the 25 players they select for their playoff roster.
With Kevin Gausman's rib problem clearing up, the Orioles rotation for the Toronto Blue Jays series is taking shape.
The Orioles were running out of excuses, and running out of time. If anyone was going to save their playoff chances, they had to do it themselves.
After Yovani Gallardo and Wade Miley, Buck Showalter said the Orioles rotation is dealing with injuries that could complicate things next week.
Orioles starters Ubaldo Jimenez and Yovani Gallardo are the worst in the league in the first inning, exemplifying a problem their teammates also battle.
The Orioles have their rotation lined up with their four top starters slated to face Boston, a luxury they didn't plan for but won't shy away from.
The Orioles seemed dead-set on losing another game to the last-place Tampa Bay Rays — and losing more ground to the first-place Boston Red Sox — but the Rays would not allow it to happen.
Manager Buck Showalter follows up just about every strong run by the Orioles with the warning that “momentum is only as good as your next starting pitcher,” but he would rather not be proven right so easily.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said the team was plenty cautious with Chris Tillman leading up to today, but they're still cautious today.
Right-hander Yovani Gallardo, at least for the time being, is the odd man out as the team works to accommodate six starting pitchers upon the return of injured right-hander Chris Tillman on Sunday.
The Orioles have a better idea of when they will get right-hander Chris Tillman and set-up man Darren O’Day from the disabled list after both pitchers threw