Blue Jays' top prospect Nate Pearson and his triple-digit fastball blitzed through three minor league levels in 2019, but Pearson …
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 17 Jan
While wondering if I should jump off the baseball beat and cover something more believable, like World Wrestling Entertainment ... What are the Orioles doing ...
by: Joe Trezza — MLB: Orioles 16 Jan
In many ways, the 2019 Orioles were a walking, talking recipe for allowing runs. They sported the game’s most volatile pitching staff, as well as a mistake-prone defense which was forced to endure long stretches without a true center fielder and to...
by: Steve Melewski — MASN 13 Jan
With the Orioles report date for spring training fast approaching, today we take a look at the club’s position players heading into camp. Certainly, this ...
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 13 Jan
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by: Jon Meoli — The Baltimore Sun 13 Jan
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by: Hangouter Highlighted Posts — Orioles Hangout 12 Jan
by AZRon For those who want to play GM, I am presenting the current projected opening day team payroll (ODP) for the start of the 2020 season. I’m dealing only with the “active” roster, but the O’s will have pay obligations for all players on the 40...
by: Chris Henderson — Fansided: Jays Journal 11 Jan
Two former members of the Blue Jays organization found new homes in the AL East, with Richard Urena being claimed by Baltimore, and Cal Stevenson traded to...
by: Steve Melewski — MASN 11 Jan
It’s risky business - and I’m not talking about a Tom Cruise movie. Lana won’t be knocking at the door. No, we’re talking about trying ...
by: DAVID GINSBURG AP Sports Writer — Wisconsin State Journal 11 Jan
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Orioles agreed to one-year contracts with their remaining players eligible for arbitration, securing deals Friday with slugger Trey Mancini, Mychal Givens and infielder Hanser...
by: DAVID GINSBURG — The Washington Times 11 Jan
The Orioles agreed to one-year contracts with their remaining players eligible for arbitration, securing deals Friday with slugger Trey Mancini, Mychal Givens and infielder Hanser Alberto.
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