Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones (10) hits a solo home run that went barely 10 feet in the air. Really. OK, maybe even 12 feet. But it barely cleared the fence. Mandatory Credit: Joy R. Absalon-US PRESSWIRE
Orioles hitting woes continue in 3-1 loss to Nationals - The Washington Post
"We’re just not swinging the bats as well as we want to," Adam Jones said. "It’s baseball. It happens."
Steve Melewski: Adam Jones on the lack of offense and Wei-Yin Chen on his outing
"It was in the fourth inning, a comebacker caught me on the index finger. In the between innings, my finger was bleeding, so that's why Buck took me out," Chen said through his interpreter." He added he expects to make his next start on time.
School of Roch: Showalter speaks after 3-1 loss
"I have a lot of confidence that we'll get back on track with that starting tomorrow. That's the way I look at that. I understand it's part of the game, but it doesn't make it any less frustrating for our players because we know that we're capable of better. But you do have to tip your hat to them now and then. Just like they had to last night with Hamm (Jason Hammel) and probably to some extent tonight with Wei-Yin." No!!!!! Not hat tipping! I thought we were done with hat tipping!
O's still deciding plan for rotation next week | orioles.com: News
"Orioles manager Buck Showalter is keeping mum on the team's rotation following Monday's off-day, although he did concede that the team's preference would be to start both Jason Hammel and Wei-Yin Chen."
Orioles release Moyer at his request - The Boston Globe
"The Orioles released lefthander Jamie Moyer, who requested the move Saturday after the team failed to promote him from the minor leagues."
Orioles Q&A: Patton part of Birds' bullpen boon - Carroll County Times
Troy Patton answers questions so you don't have to. Man, I swear that made more sense in my head....
Richard Justice: Once top-ranked, Orioles are back in the mix | MLB.com: News
"Winning is a series of habits cultivated by organizations," general manager Dan Duquette said. "We are in the process of cultivating a lot of the habits to play and win consistently in the big leagues."
Dan Duquette says 'We are going to do whatever we can to make the playoffs' - The Sacramento Bee
"We are in contention, so we are going to do whatever we can to make the playoffs," Duquette told reporters after the Orioles' pre-game "State of the Team" address Saturday afternoon for season-ticket holders at Camden Yards.
The State of the Orioles Address 2012 - The Oriole Post
Fans asked questions, Buck Showalter and Dan Duquette answered them.