Team News: Baltimore Orioles

  • #AwardWorthy: Vote for Machado
    Vote for Manny Machado for Best Play, Offense in the 2017 Esurance MLB Awards, baseball's ultimate honors.

  • O's impressed with Draft picks at instructs
    A pair of Halls made some waves at O's instructional league this year as DL and Adam -- both 2017 Draft picks -- exceeded expectations.

  • Santander making up for lost time in AFL
    After a season marred with injury, Anthony Santander is looking to make up for lost time in the Arizona Fall League, and he showed off some of his offensive ability on Friday night.

  • O's aim to boost rotation behind Bundy for '18
    The Orioles' September slide gave way to a finish in the American League East basement and an entirely different feel around Baltimore baseball for the season's final few weeks. To avoid a similar scenario in 2018, the Orioles -- who have a slew of pendin

  • Hays, Wells named Prospects of the Year
    The Orioles have given fans reason for hope for the future in September and Austin Hays is one of the biggest reasons why. Hays was honored as the Orioles' MLB Pipeline Hitting Prospect of the Year, while Alex Wells was selected as Pipeline's Top Pitching

  • O's led by Mancini, Bundy breakouts in '17
    It's easy to chalk up the 2017 season as a disappointment for the Orioles, who were eliminated from postseason contention in mid-September. But before you go counting down the days until 2018's Spring Training, let's appreciate some of the positives. Here

  • O's fall in season finale despite Gausman's gem
    Blake Snell gave the Rays a quality start and the offense put away the game late as the Rays ended the season on a high note, defeating the Orioles 6-0 Sunday afternoon at Tropicana Field.

  • Draft order set; O's to pick 11th
    Both the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers had designs on the postseason in 2017. For a variety of reasons, things didn't work out as planned. The consolation prize? Getting to pick at the top of the 2018 Draft.

  • Showalter, Duquette reflect on 2017 season
    While the Orioles will undoubtedly reflect and think about what went wrong in 2017, the plan for '18 remains pretty clear.

  • Davis talks offseason plan after frustrating year
    Orioles first baseman Chris Davis needed to vent. The slugger, who had one of the most frustrating seasons he can remember in 2017, was candid with the media as he discussed plans to revamp his swing by next spring.

  • O's come up short vs. Rays despite late rally
    Brad Miller accounted for most of the Rays' offense and Chris Archer ended the season on a high note as the Rays defeated the Orioles, 4-2, on Saturday night at Tropicana Field.

  • Castro holds his own in first MLB start
    Saturday night was about evaluating Miguel Castro while taking his first career big league start with a grain of salt. Good or bad, Orioles manager Buck Showalter stressed Saturday afternoon, the outcome was not going to be a definitive evaluation of what

  • Jones to meet with O's owner, talk future
    Orioles center fielder Adam Jones plans to meet with principal owner Peter Angelos this winter, though the longtime Oriole -- a free agent after 2018 -- said he will not lobby for a contract extension.

  • Miley, 'pen struggle as catwalk comes into play
    The Rays played like a team still in the playoff hunt while taking a 7-0 win over the Orioles Friday night at Tropicana Field.

  • O's get unlucky break with Tropicana catwalk
    Baseball luck has certainly not gone the Orioles' way for the past few weeks as Baltimore -- once a Wild Card hopeful -- has struggled mightily in September. And while there were plenty of other runs scored and opportunities lost in Friday's 7-0 loss to T

  • Machado, rotation among offseason questions
    The Orioles will wrap up 2017 with plenty of questions surrounding their rotation, lineup and even front-office personnel, making '18 an intriguing -- and potentially game-changing -- year for an organization that is nearing a crossroads. Here are five of

  • O's can't slow Bucs despite 3-run 2nd frame
    Josh Bell went 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs in leading the Pirates to a 5-3 win over the Orioles on Wednesday night at PNC Park.

  • Alvarez enjoys ovation in return to PNC Park
    Pedro Alvarez returned to PNC Park for the first time on Tuesday with the Orioles, but he did not play. In Wednesday night's 5-3 loss to the Pirates, Alvarez started at first base and hit cleanup, logging two singles in four at-bats with a run scored.

  • D-backs' Bradley, O's Bundy share unique bond
    D-backs pitcher Archie Bradley and O's pitcher Dylan Bundy met when they were 8 years old, and have remained friends through the ups and downs of in their careers. Bundy is eager to cheer on Bradley in the postseason, just as Bradley has done for him in t

  • 'Streak' takes in-depth look at Gehrig, Ripken
    In "The Streak: Lou Gehrig, Cal Ripken Jr., and Baseball's Most Historic Record," Baltimore-based journalist John Eisenberg compares and contrasts men who have become synonymous with reliability, consistency and dependability. Which, by itself, would be a

  • Davis homers, but O's drop opener to Bucs
    For all Andrew McCutchen has accomplished as the face of the Pirates' franchise, he had never had a night like Tuesday. McCutchen hit his first career grand slam and homered again in the sixth, driving in a career-high eight runs -- and earning two curtai

  • Inbox: Will Baltimore spend in the offseason?
    Brittany Ghiroli answers fans' questions

  • Hardy, O's close at Camden on a high note
    J.J. Hardy hit a two-run home run in what was likely the last home game of his seven-year Orioles career, and rookie Chance Sisco added a two-run shot to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 9-4 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday.

  • Last hurrah? Hardy heralded in home farewell
    To evaluate what shortstop J.J. Hardy has done for the Baltimore Orioles, you have to go beyond the box scores. You have to look past Hardy's sure glove, his place in the club's all-time rankings -- which has him second in homers among shortstops and thir

  • O's eliminated despite 9th-inning rally vs. Rays
    Jake Odorizzi tossed the Rays' sixth consecutive quality start and the bullpen survived a late scare in a 9-6 victory over the Orioles on Saturday night at Camden Yards.

  • Hellickson holds his own against former team
    For five seasons, Jeremy Hellickson was a mainstay in the Tampa Bay Rays' starting rotation. Three trades and three seasons later, the 30-year-old is back in the American League East, and on Saturday pitched against the Rays for the first time in the Orio

  • O's Baby! Tiny tot steals limelight
    O's Baby! Tiny tot steals limelight

  • Davis hits 25th, but Jimenez struggles in loss
    Led by Wilson Ramos' grand slam and Evan Longoria's homer -- which tied the club record for home runs-- the Rays powered their way to Friday's 8-3 series-evening win over the Orioles.

  • After good start, inconsistency hits Jimenez
    Whether it was the last game Ubaldo Jimenez ever starts for the Orioles, no one was certain. But Friday's 8-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays -- the home finale for the inconsistent righty -- was a microcosm of Jimenez's entire four-year stretch in Baltimore.

  • Schoop named 2017 Most Valuable Oriole
    Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop isn't content to just be this year's recipient of the Louis M. Hatter Most Valuable Oriole Award. Schoop sees his career 2017 season as a challenge: to continue to set the bar higher.

  • Britton undergoes stem-cell injection in left knee
    Orioles closer Zach Britton had a stem-cell injection in his left knee on Friday, a move that will likely end the left-hander's 2017 season.

  • Joe Kelly messes with O's fan while warming
    Joe Kelly messes with O's fan while warming

  • Austin's powers: Hays showing off hot bat
    There will be growing pains, for sure, but No. 2 prospect Austin Hays has shown over a short stretch what's he capable of bringing to the Orioles sooner rather than later.

  • O's Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Orioles have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Baltimore's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.

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