Cedric Mullins, having been through this before, knows he needs to continue to improve in the offseason and arrive in Sarasota, Florida, in February ready to win a job.
by: Steve Melewski — MASN 15 Oct
When spring training for the 2021 season begins, the Orioles could be looking at a logjam. It presents a bit of a problem, but yes, ...
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 14 Oct
The Orioles have decisions to make on a number of players, and it’s difficult because they had fewer games to watch them. That was known entering the 60-game season. Now that the season has ended, they’ll have to make some educated guesses. It’s one...
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 9 Oct
A little over two years ago, Dan Duquette departed the Orioles after serving as their executive vice president of baseball operations for seven years. Duquette, who is currently a management consultant in Massachusetts, is proud of the work he did...
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 2 Oct
We had a lot of good questions this month, and while I can’t get to all of them, we decided that since it’s the offseason to answer as many as we could in two days. If your question wasn’t answered this month, please resubmit it next month. Some...
by: Alex Church — SB Nation: Camden Chat 1 Oct
After another early season slump, Cedric Mullins returned to Baltimore and produced at the plate. Are bunt singles and defensive versatility enough to keep him around long term?
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 30 Sep
The latest maneuver by the Orioles to create room on the 40-man roster has impacted reliever Evan Phillips. The team announced this afternoon that Phillips ...
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 30 Sep
The 2020 season was an important one for catcher Chance Sisco and outfielder DJ Stewart. It didn’t turn out the way they had hoped. Sisco and Stewart were highly touted draft choices from the Dan Duquette regime. Sisco was a second-round choice in...
by: Jon Meoli — The Baltimore Sun 29 Sep
Here are five things we learned in the 2020 season about the Orioles’ pursuit of building a self-sustaining contender, what that next contending team could look like, and more.
by: David Adler — MLB: Blue Jays 28 Sep
Jonathan Davis' home run robbery in the Blue Jays' regular-season finale was named the MLB Play of the Week on Monday. Davis went a long way into the right-field corner at Buffalo's Sahlen Field before leaping above the wall to take a homer away...
by: DAVID GINSBURG — The Washington Times 28 Sep
If Baltimore Orioles general manager Mike Elias was to assess his rebuilding project on results alone, he'd take no satisfaction in finishing 10 games under .500 and in fourth place in the AL East.
by: Reuters — Sportsnaut 28 Sep
Harrison Bader powered the playoff-bound St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-2 win Sunday over visiting Milwaukee, but the Brewers were still the big winners as they grabbed the last spot in the National League postseason. Bader hit a triple, blasted a solo...
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