Orioles manager Buck Showalter has met with his staff to discuss possible call-ups for the September expanded roster. He intends to speak soon with executive vice president Dan Duquette and finalize the details. Showalter won't crowd the clubhouse and dugout, won't bring up pitchers and players to audition for next ... Read More
Wade Miley discusses his outing against the Blue Jays at Camden Yards. Miley gave up three runs while striking out nine in seven innings.
As much as the Today’s Knuckleball fantasy baseball staff tries to preach patience, there’s no denying that first-month impressions are pretty important in fantasy baseball. Players struggling to produce from a fantasy perspective early in the year sometimes get thrown to the wayside and completely forgotten. That appears to be the case with Baltimore Orioles […] The post Orioles...
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Orioles pitcher Chris Tillman played catch Monday for the first time since hitting the disabled list last week, and if he feels OK on Tuesday, the righty will repeat that Wednesday and inch closer to getting back on the mound.
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Matt Wieters and Buck Showalter discuss where the Orioles stand in the race for the playoffs as September approaches. The O's are three games back of Blue Jays in the American League East entering their three-game series.
The Baltimore Orioles will play the first game of a three-game series against the AL East leading Toronto Blue Jays on Monday night. The Orioles currently sit three games behind the Jays in the division. Although chances of a division title seem slim as of now, a big series win for the Orioles can catapult them back into the division conversation once again. As of now, the O’s...
It's not all that uncommon these days to hear that a baseball player is dealing with an injury. That's never been truer when it comes to Adam Jones. This isn't a knock on the Orioles center fielder. Major league players get dinged up throughout a long 162-game season. This is ... Read More
NEW YORK (AP) Kevin Gausman tamed the torrid Yankees hitters, Mark Trumbo lined his major league-leading 40th home run and Steve Pearce also connected as the Baltimore Orioles averted a bruising sweep, blanking New York 5-0 Sunday. The Orioles got battered in the first two games of the series, outscored 27-9. Baltimore bounced back in the matchup between AL East playoff contenders...
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MASNsports.com's Steve Melewski joins "O's Xtra" from Yankee Stadium to discuss the Orioles' roster moves. The O's signed right-hander Tommy Hunter, recalled right-hander Oliver Drake, and designated left-hander T.J. McFarland and outfielder Julio Borbon for assignment.
NEW YORK - Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman is out to end a long streak of unsuccessful outings on the road. Gausman is winless in his last 25 road starts. His last win away from Camden Yards was on Aug. 17, 2014 at Cleveland. In his 25 road starts since, Gausman ... Read More
Add another chapter to the legend of Gary Sanchez.The New York Yankees' young catcher has been turning heads since his call-up and now he owns a piece of MLB history.His solo homer on Saturday in a 13-5 win over the Baltimore Orioles was the 11th of his career -- all 23 games of it.That's the fewest games any MLB player has ever needed to get to 11 home runs and it led to his first...
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The new era of New York Yankees baseball started when the team moved on from Alex Rodriguez. It’s now been taken to a whole new level by the performance of the team’s youngsters. Ripe with talent at all levels of the Minors and even within the Major League club, there’s no more impressive player in the organization than Gary Sanchez. The young catcher added more history to...
Washington Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer takes his home-field advantage very seriously. Speaking with reporters after blanking Baltimore 4-0 on Thursday night, Scherzer said that he was irritated by loud Oriole fan infiltrators making noise in the eighth inning at Nationals Park. “I just had emptied the tanks in the eighth, and gave everything I got there in the eighth...
Following an uncomfortable side-session for Baltimore Orioles Ace Chris Tillman, the Orioles plan to announce that Tillman will be placed on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to Saturday with right shoulder soreness. Tillman, who is 15-5 with a 3.76 ERA, has been the clear cut ace of the Orioles staff all season and is eligible to return on Sept. 5. With 15 wins, Tillman’s...
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