- Jimenez struggles in loss to hot-hitting Rays
A potent offense met a struggling pitching staff, and the results were predictable Friday night at Tropicana Field, where the Rays defeated the Orioles 15-5.
- Bundy looks to rebound against Rays
Rays rookie Jacob Faria will look to stay hot at home on Saturday, as Tampa Bay hosts the Baltimore Orioles for the second of a three-game series.
- O'Day returns from DL, looks to bolster 'pen
The Orioles reinstated Darren O'Day from the 10-day disabled list prior to Friday's game, a move that Baltimore hopes helps stabilize the bullpen and is the beginning of getting back on the right track.
- Orioles sign three of top four Draft picks
The Orioles signed two of their top pitchers on Friday, inking second-round supplemental Draft pick Zac Lowther and third-rounder Michael Baumann. The club also signed second-round high-school shortstop Adam Hall for $1.3 million, which is over slot for p
- Manny Machado: Me in Real Life
Manny Machado shares what it means to him to play for the Orioles and give back to the community in Baltimore.
- O's can't capitalize on prime chances in 2nd
The Orioles faithful rose with the crack of the bat, suddenly intoxicated by the possibility of slugger Mark Trumbo's follow through. Perhaps this night would be different, and Baltimore would not wilt due to poor pitching. Perhaps Trumbo's second-inning
- Russell fills in as Buck attends grandson's birth
Manager Buck Showalter was not in Baltimore for the Orioles' series finale against the Indians on Thursday, as he was with his family in Dallas for the birth of his first grandchild -- a boy weighing 9 pounds, 1 ounce. Bench coach John Russell filled in f
- Miley scuffles as O's 5-run streak reaches 19
A three-RBI night by Austin Jackson gave Indians starter Mike Clevinger just enough cushion to go a solid five innings, as the Indians secured a series victory with a 6-3 win over the Orioles on Thursday night at Camden Yards.
- One-armed catcher Terry awes Orioles
It was the caption that caught Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph's eye: "One-armed catcher." Messing around on his phone in the home clubhouse at Camden Yards earlier this season, Joseph couldn't stop replaying the Twitter video of Luke Terry, his excitement g
- Gausman solid, but O's unable to get big hit
Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco was nearly untouchable for the first six innings of Wednesday night's game against the Orioles, fanning a season-high 10 batters. Carrasco -- who ran into trouble in the seventh but was bailed out by relief ace Andrew
- Britton feels good day after first rehab outing
Zach Britton hasn't started a Major League game since 2013, instead taking ownership of the ninth inning as the Orioles' closer over the past four seasons. But there he was Tuesday night, warming up for the first inning of Class A Short-Season Aberdeen's
- Machado notches 10th career multi-HR game
Manny Machado had a huge night for the Orioles in a 6-5 win over Cleveland, as the third baseman continues to show encouraging signs at the plate.
- Macho Manny: Machado leads O's comeback
With the Orioles' rotation struggles on full display, Baltimore's offense provided a little pick-me-up Tuesday night at Camden Yards. Adam Jones doubled in Manny Machado -- who homered twice -- for the go-ahead run off of Brian Shaw in the seventh inning
- O's Machado, Castillo in need of AS boost
The Orioles have struggled in the month of June, and Manny Machado and new Oriole Welington Castillo's All-Star chances are fading along with it. The pair, who each fell from third to fourth in their respective positions Tuesday, need your help to get to
- Orioles to shuffle rotation to give Bundy rest
The Orioles are going to get right-hander Dylan Bundy some rest over the next few weeks, with plans for him to get three days off following his next scheduled start on Saturday against the Rays.
- Baltimore RBI team gets thrill from Lindor visit
Will Brown has been a coach within the Baltimore Orioles' RBI league for 21 years, and he had never experienced a player from another Major League team visit with the players in his league until Tuesday afternoon.
- Sisco has big game for Norfolk
The powerful bat of Rhys Hoskins backed Mark Appel's career-best effort on the mound on Monday as Triple-A Lehigh Valley shut out Pawtucket, 5-0.
- O's shut down by dominant Tribe
The Indians unloaded for 17 hits, including seven doubles, and Corey Kluber rolled with a shutout as Cleveland cruised to its sixth consecutive win with Monday's 12-0 series-opening victory over Baltimore.
- O's 'Have A Catch' to connect with community
Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph is like millions of other kids in this country in how he first fell in love with baseball. He played catch with his dad. Simple, right? He played with others, too, with friends and cousins and uncles. He played Wiffle ball as
- Wrist fracture could sideline Hardy for 2 months
The Orioles' injuries keep piling up, as Baltimore will be without shortstop J.J. Hardy for what looks like two months with a non-displaced right wrist fracture.
- O's searching for consistency among arms
Baltimore righty Dylan Bundy walked off the mound Monday, having been unable to complete the fifth inning for the first time this season. Unfortunately, it was a common sight for the Orioles, who have been bogged down by ineffective pitching -- in both th
- Hays makes Pipeline Team of the Week
MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.
- Flying high: O's ride 4 HRs to win vs. Cards
Completing a three-game series in which the two clubs combined for 22 home runs, the Orioles slugged their way to an 8-5 victory on Father's Day to steal an Interleague series win from the Cardinals.
- After 'pen stint, Ubaldo sizzles in 7-inning start
Ubaldo Jimenez's strong outing on Sunday may prove that a short stint in the bullpen was the right move for the previously struggling righty.
- Hays collects six RBIs for Frederick
Austin Hays is having a strong season for Class A Advanced Frederick, but Sunday's effort was one of his best games yet as he finished a perfect 5-for-5 at the plate with four extra-base hits.
- Understated Mancini takes after father
When Trey Mancini was a kid, he told his father, Tony, that he wanted to be a professional baseball player. Despite how difficult that path can be, there was no doubt in Tony's mind that it could happen.
- Showalter: Givens 'key' to win over Cardinals
Mychal Givens, who has been one of the Orioles' most consistent pitchers out of the bullpen, escaped a bases-loaded jam with a strikeout in the sixth inning to help lead his team to a 15-7 victory over the Cardinals.
- O's ride 5 HRs to win over Waino, Cardinals
Led by a four-hit, two-homer afternoon by Jonathan Schoop, the Orioles went deep five times to bash their way to a 15-7, series-evening win over the Cardinals on Saturday.
- In time for Dad's day, uncanny Manny play
With teams all across MLB decked out in Father's Day blue, Orioles third baseman Manny Machado treated daughters, sons, moms and dads to a dazzling play worth sharing socially alongside their customary tributes and shout-outs.
- O's Davis won't rush back from oblique strain
The Orioles are prepared for a scenario in which first baseman Chris Davis is out until the second half of the season, with manager Buck Showalter saying Saturday that Davis' return in three weeks would be "real ambitious."
- 6-inning start just out of reach for Gausman
One at-bat changed an entire sequence for Kevin Gausman and the struggling Orioles on Friday night, as they dropped the series opener to the Cardinals, 11-2, at Camden Yards.
- Gausman, bullpen can't contain Cardinals
The Cardinals used five home runs and a stellar six innings from Carlos Martinez to break their road hex and cruise to a 11-2 series-opening win over the struggling Orioles on Friday night.
- Tillman's rough line belies improvement
All things considered, the Orioles are pleased with Chris Tillman's outing Thursday at Guaranteed Rate Field. After allowing nine runs in 1 1/3 innings in his previous start, last week against the Yankees, Tillman went 5 1/3 innings in the Orioles' 5-2 lo
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- O's Top 30 Prospects list
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