Team News: Baltimore Orioles

  • Rasmus returns in big way, but O's fall late
    The Orioles always knew salvaging a series win off a Max Scherzer-led Nationals squad was going to be a tall task. And with newly-acquired reliever Kelvin Herrera and Sean Doolittle being the only two other pitchers Baltimore faced, that task grew monumen

  • Struggling Cobb reboots for opener in Atlanta
    The Orioles will continue Interleague Play with a three-game series in Atlanta, starting Friday night at 7:35 p.m. ET at SunTrust Park. Alex Cobb, owner of an 8.10 ERA in June, will get the ball in Game 1 after fighting through seven innings while allowin

  • Davis set to return to O's lineup vs. Braves
    Slumping slugger Chris Davis is expected to return to the Orioles lineup for Friday's series opener in Atlanta.

  • The most pressing questions facing Orioles
    The decision-makers for each team are entering the busy season, and their phones should be buzzing with possibilities. The non-waiver Trade Deadline is July 31, and the buyers and sellers are crystal clear in the American League East.

  • Trumbo's HR, pitchers lift O's over Nats
    Led by Mark Trumbo's two-run homer and four scoreless innings from Andrew Cashner, the Orioles beat the Nationals on a long, soggy night at Nationals Park. The win snapped the Orioles' six-game losing streak to the Nationals. Danny Valencia drove in an in

  • Corban Joseph optioned to Triple-A
    The Orioles announced Wednesday that infielder Corban Joseph was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk to make room for Andrew Cashner's return from the disabled list.

  • Scott falters, 3 homers not enough as O's fall
    The last-place Orioles already have one eye on the future, and there will be bumps along the way. And with lefty Richard Bleier out for the season after undergoing lat surgery on Tuesday, Tanner Scott was thrust into a promotion. This one didn't end well,

  • Peterson, Mancini stay hot for O's in DC opener
    Jace Peterson and Trey Mancini were among the Baltimore hitters whose bats came alive on Father's Day to snap the Orioles' nine-game losing streak. It was a similar story in Tuesday's series opener against the Nationals, as the two sluggers put the first

  • Alvarez designated for assignment by Orioles
    The Orioles designated slugger Pedro Alvarez for assignment on Tuesday while also bringing up catcher Caleb Joseph and infielder Steve Wilkerson from Triple-A Norfolk.

  • Machado surprises young fan with BP invite
    Machado surprises young fan with BP invite

  • Machado leads at SS in latest All-Star voting
    Manny Machado is having a career year. And fans can help make sure he goes to the All-Star Game. Machado leads all shortstops in the latest American League fan voting released on Tuesday, as the 25-year-old has had an impressive first half of the season t

  • Orioles break out of funk in big win vs. Marlins
    The Orioles broke out of their recent funk on Sunday afternoon with a 10-4 win over the Marlins at Oriole Park in Camden Yards. Eight regulars logged hits for Baltimore, with Jace Peterson contributing four RBIs and his first homer of the season. Justin B

  • Orioles, Marlins honor Father's Day
    It will be the second Father's Day for Orioles reliever Mychal Givens, whose two-year-old daughter, Makaylah Grace, will be in attendance for her second Father's Day game. "It's always means very much," Givens said of playing on Father's Day, "but to even

  • Bleier to have lat surgery, done for season
    Richard Bleier, one of the few bright spots in the Orioles' 2018 campaign, told reporters prior to Saturday's game against the Marlins that he will undergo surgery to repair a Grade 3 tear in his left lat. Bleier will be out for the remainder of the seaso

  • Big hit eludes Orioles in 1-run loss to Marlins
    The big hit eluded the Orioles once again. When J.T. Realmuto blasted the first of his two home runs in the third inning to put the Marlins up by four, Baltimore found itself in an early hole. The Orioles had their chances to flip the script, but behind a

  • O's replace fan's damaged Roberts picture
    Orioles replaced fan's damaged Brian Roberts picture

  • McKenna stays hot for Frederick
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Friday.

  • O's entering dubious history as skid continues
    The Orioles are entering historic territory. But it's not the kind of record book any team wants to be in.

  • Ramirez K's 6 in strong debut; O's fall to Sox
    Yefry Ramirez's opening act -- a matchup against Chris Sale and the Boston Red Sox -- was a daunting one. And the righty handled it well. The O's bullpen, however, couldn't hold off the Sox.

  • Britton issues 3 walks in scoreless 2018 debut
    Closer Zach Britton, making his first appearance since last September due to an offseason Achilles injury, showed rust in his 2018 debut in the Orioles' 6-4 loss to the Red Sox on Tuesday night.

  • Staked to early lead, Hess struggles vs. Sox
    The number looms larger and larger with each passing day, a symbol of the frustration, disappointment and a whole slew of lengthy superlatives that still, somehow, don't do this season justice.

  • Machado's market grows with more contenders
    The Manny Machado sweepstakes are well underway, and Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette acknowledged Tuesday that with Baltimore in last place, his phone will be ringing a lot over the next month and a half.

  • Top pick Rodriguez excited to join Orioles
    The Orioles officially introduced 2018 first-round Draft pick Grayson Rodriguez at a news conference Tuesday. The high school righty will report to the club's Spring Training complex in Sarasota, Fla., for orientation and workouts before joining the organ

  • Bundy's brilliance for naught as O's stifled in 12
    Manny Machado -- who was out sick -- left a gaping hole in an already punchless O's lineup, which squandered eight magnificent innings from Dylan Bundy in a series-opening 2-0, 12-inning defeat by the Red Sox.

  • Cobb hit for 9 ER as Orioles fall to Toronto
    It seemed like nothing went Alex Cobb's way on Sunday afternoon at Rogers Centre as the Orioles were swept in four games by the Blue Jays, 13-3.

  • Q&A: Cobb discusses struggles, family support
    In a recent interview with, Orioles right-hander Alex Cobb answered a wide range of topics from his slow start on the mound to why it took so long for him to sign with a team after becoming a free agent last offseason. He even had a lot to say abo

  • Gausman sharp, but O's fall on walk-off walk
    The Orioles had their chances on Saturday afternoon at Rogers Centre, but fell, 4-3, to the Blue Jays on a walk-off walk issued by reliever Mychal Givens in the bottom of the 10th.

  • Lowther fans 8 in six scoreless for Frederick
    Though their No. 1 prospect, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., is sidelined with a sore left knee, the Blue Jays saw other top players in their farm ranks shine on Friday, beginning with one of their newest.

  • O's offensive woes continue in loss to Jays
    Baltimore's bats fell quiet on Friday night in Toronto, as the Orioles collected just five hits in a 5-1 loss to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.

  • Orioles homer thrice, but fall on walk-off in 10th
    The Orioles coughed up a late lead against the Blue Jays on Thursday night to lose, 5-4, on a walk-off single against Miguel Castro in the bottom of the 10th. Brad Brach entered for a save opportunity with a 4-1 lead in the ninth, but quickly allowed the

  • Machado snags Jones' flying bat while on deck
    Machado snags Jones' flying bat while on deck

  • VOTE NOW: Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot
    Help get your Orioles into the AL All-Star Game starting lineup. Vote up to 5 times in any 24-hour period (max 35 votes) on the 2018 Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot. Plus, each vote gives you a chance to win a 2019 Freedom Elite Motorhome.

  • 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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