- Mullins' catch among top performances
Shohei Ohtani covered the headlines on Saturday, but the No. 1 overall prospect wasn't the only one to impress on the second full day of Spring Training.
- Crafty Cortes vying for spot in rotation
Nestor Cortes Jr. won't wow you with his fastball, but the 23-year-old has shown he can make hitters look silly.
- Castro feeling optimistic despite knee issues
Miguel Castro, who was scratched from Sunday's start against the Red Sox, said Saturday he's feeling better and is optimistic he will be able to make his bullpen session on Tuesday.
- Ripken Sr. Foundation carries on legacy
The Foundation, in conjunction with the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, hosted its 14th annual Aspire Gala at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront to raise money to help support the "programming and initiatives for at-risk youth and underse
- Sisco among top prospect performers
Orioles prospect Chance Sisco was among the top prospect performers on the first full day of Spring Training games.
- Armed with cutter, Wright works to make O's
You don't have to remind right-hander Mike Wright Jr. that this is a big spring for him. Wright, who is out of Minor League options, is trying to make an Orioles rotation that looks to have just one spot available. To that end, he's employed a cutter that
- Ed Smith Stadium's economic impact peaks
The Orioles continue to make a substantial year-round impact at their spring home in Sarasota, Fla., with the club's economic impact deemed to be at an eye-popping $97 million, according to a study released Thursday.
- Wright among trio of O's dark-horse candidates
It's almost time. With the Orioles set to officially open their Grapefruit League season on Friday against the Rays at 1:05 p.m. at Ed Smith Stadium, it's never too early to start looking at who may heard north come Opening Day. While much of the roster i
- Top 20 players who will shape AL East race
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- Orioles sign Rasmus to Minor League deal
Colby Rasmus is joining the Orioles on a Minor League deal, giving Baltimore the left-handed bat it needs and adding to a frenzy of moves for the O's over the past week.
- Glove Day a family affair for Orioles
Orioles closer Zach Britton was the first to arrive Wednesday morning. He was even more anxious to pick up his son's new Wilson glove, more than he was to pick up his own.
- Tillman: Baltimore 'really where I wanted to be'
The Orioles officially announced the return of Chris Tillman to Baltimore on a one-year contract on Wednesday, adding the veteran righty who has been in the organization since 2008.
- Orioles finalize 1-year deal with Tillman
Free-agent right-hander Chris Tillman is returning to the Orioles on a one-year Major League contract that marks the club's second rotation addition in a week.
- Cashner looks good in 1st 'pen session with O's
New Oriole Andrew Cashner threw his first bullpen session at Ed Smith Stadium on Tuesday afternoon, with coach Einar Diaz catching him and teammates Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy looking on.
- Davis vows to change approach at plate
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis admitted Monday his problems at the plate last season were "completely mental," and the slugger heads into this spring committed to changing that.
- Outfielder Presley among Orioles' signings
The Orioles announced a trio of signings on Monday morning, including a big league camp invite for outfielder Alex Presley. The O's, who also signed infielders Corban Joseph and Sharlon Schoop to Minor League deals (both will be in Minor League camp), hav
- MLB announces pace of play initiatives for '18
Major League Baseball will implement new pace of play rules for the 2018 season, Commissioner Rob Manfred announced Monday, but there will be no pitch clock this season.
- Hays leads new Orioles Top 30 Prospects list
The Orioles' future could be on display sooner rather than later. Of the players featured on the club's preseason Top 30 Prospects list, 12 are projected to reach the big leagues in 2018.
- Jones: 'We are here for one reason'
Adam Jones wants it known. The veteran outfielder, who is entering the final years of his extension with Baltimore, wants to win. At this stage in his career, Jones isn't prioritizing money or length of contract. The fierce competitor wants some hardware.
- Machado ponders future in Baltimore, at short
Shortly before 9 a.m. on Saturday, Manny Machado entered the Orioles' clubhouse at Ed Smith Stadium. All eyes were on him, sporting a new haircut and a huge smile as he went locker to locker, exchanging hugs and pleasantries with teammates new and old.
- Schoop plans to go all out for fans this spring
Jonathan Schoop feels bad for missing last month's FanFest, and the second baseman vowed Saturday upon arriving early to Spring Training to make it up to the Orioles faithful.
- Cashner adds steady veteran presence to staff
While he wasn't on the field, the buzz on Friday morning was all about new Orioles pitcher Andrew Cashner, who inked a two-year, $16 million deal that includes an option for 2020 and gives Baltimore a long-awaited rotation option.
- Orioles sign righty Cashner to 2-year deal
Sporting an offseason beard and a shiny new Orioles cap, right-hander Andrew Cashner was officially announced as part of Baltimore's rotation on Thursday evening.
- Knuckleballer Gamboa feels at home with O's
Eddie Gamboa walked into Ed Smith Stadium earlier this week all smiles. In many ways, the knuckleballer feels back at home at Orioles Spring Training.
- Cashner grew up with diamond out back
Cashner grew up with diamond out back
- Hays ready to compete for OF spot in camp
What a difference a year makes. Austin Hays broke out in a big way in 2017, leading the Orioles' Minor League system with a .329 average, 32 homers, 95 RBIs and 310 total bases. The reward? A September callup, where the young outfielder gave O's fans a gl
- Britton continues rehab, hopeful for new pact
Closer Zach Britton stood in the Orioles clubhouse on Wednesday morning optimistic about his current rehab timeline and, like many of his teammates, unsure of his future in the organization.
- Gausman embraces leadership role for O's
Kevin Gausman is one of the veteran leaders in the Orioles' clubhouse. In the rotation, he's the elder statesman. And that's a little weird for the 27-year old, who agreed to terms on a one-year deal on Tuesday.
- Showalter appreciates Machado's greatness
Buck Showalter, who has seen a thing or two, talks about how, after his own long baseball life, how excited he is at the prospect of watching Machado play a full season at shortstop.
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- Manny's move to SS will be talk of O's camp
One of the most exciting parts of Orioles Spring Training this year should be getting to watch Manny Machado making the full-time move to shortstop. The All-Star infielder, who was able to get reps there last spring when he played short for the Dominican
- New Prolight 59Fifty Spring Training caps are in
New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
- O's Top 30 Prospects list
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