From the World Series' conclusion Tuesday night, the Orioles have five days to decide whether to pick up shortstop José Iglesias' $3.5 million option for next season. The alternative is paying a $500,000 buyout to send Iglesias, who will turn 31 in...
by: Dan Szymborski — FanGraphs 27 Oct
Looking back at the 2020 ZiPS offensive projections.
by: Nathan Ruiz — The Baltimore Sun 27 Oct
The end of the World Series either Tuesday or Wednesday will bring with it the start of the Orioles' second full offseason under executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias' front office regime.
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 26 Oct
The Orioles can begin making concrete plans for the 2021 season after the World Series ends either Tuesday or Wednesday night. Of course, we don’t know what the 2021 season will be like—if spring training will begin in mid-February or if the season...
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 25 Oct
The news that the Orioles released Stevie Wilkerson on Sept. 14 came with an important attachment. The move was procedural, with Wilkerson unable to return ...
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 21 Oct
The Orioles won’t know whether they’ll be able to open their spring training camp in February until the world gives its approval. Or Major League ...
by: Bryan Kilpatrick — Mile High Sports 20 Oct
The Colorado Rockies—more so than just about any other team in baseball, really—know what they have at the top of their roster. Nolan Arenado, Charlie Blackmon, Germán Márquez, and Trevor Story have carried the team for years, and the foursome has...
by: Eric Sondheimer — Los Angeles Times 20 Oct
Former Hart High pitcher Tyler Glasnow will start for the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 1 when they play the Dodgers in the World Series.
by: Steve Melewski — MASN 19 Oct
They are both infielders the Orioles claimed off waivers. They’ve gotten a golden chance to show they can play at the big league level with ...
by: Joe Trezza — MLB: Orioles 10 Oct
After an unprecedented summer, the Orioles head into an offseason that figures to be unlike any other. Following a 60-game season in which Baltimore outperformed expectations and welcomed several promising prospects, things are trending upward for...
by: Mark Brown — SB Nation: Camden Chat 7 Oct
Overall, the Orioles bench players were not very good, which didn’t stop Pat Valaika from getting a fun early season walkoff hit.
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 7 Oct
Four Orioles played more than 50 games in the 60-game 2020 season. Surprisingly, Pat Valaika was one of them. Hanser Alberto and Rio Ruiz tied for the club lead with 54. Valaika and Renato Núñez each played 52. Valaika started games at five positions,
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