Will the wheeling and dealing finally begin?
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Baseball America’s newly unveiled top 10 prospects list is a reminder of how stacked the O’s are with big league-ready young talent.
The budding superstar broke the Orioles’ 34-year ROY drought with a standout 2023 season. What does he have in store for an encore?
The former Braves bullpen coach is joining the Orioles staff. Have I heard this one before?
Adley Rutschman was the best player on the best team in the American League. It doesn’t get much better than that.
A rumor out of Japan, free agent match making, and earlier games in Baltimore.
ZiPS, hosted at FanGraphs, sees good things coming in Birdland for 2024
The O’s have a great core but some holes to fill. Are they willing to spend money for significant upgrades?
The Mountain was a big part of the surprising 101 win Orioles. They’ll have to get by next year without him.
A lower-tier pitcher, Kenta Maeda, came off the board on Sunday
A whole lot of great players have played for the Orioles since 1954. In 2020, we counted down the top 50.
Our baseball was really good this year, and they should continue to be for quite a while.
The 23-year-old right-hander struggled mightily to start his big league career. However, after a demotion to Triple-A, he came back with a vengeance in the second half.
The Orioles should be able to do better than Kyle Gibson for 2024, which doesn’t mean they will
The 29-year-old has dodged trade rumors for years while continuing to produce at the heart of the Orioles lineup.
The former O’s closer has called it a career. Next stop: the Orioles Hall of Fame.
A season that started so bright was quickly derailed by a recurring groin injury, but Mullins continued to provide value in the field and on the bases.
No action from the Orioles yet, but things are starting to happen
The Japanese phenom’s team is expected to post him for a potential MLB contract tomorrow.
Theoretical trades, non-tenders from around the league, and another change to the pitch clock.
There were no non-tenders.
The right-hander was a steady presence in the O’s rotation all season until throwing a dud in the club’s elimination game.
The Orioles’ young superstar duo finished eighth and ninth in the AL MVP vote.
Yennier Cano took the American League by storm, earning an All-Star nod and a reputation as one of the best in the game
No Orioles pitcher had received Cy votes since 2016.
Despite another late-season offensive swoon, he played almost the whole season and earned an All-Star nod, two significant achievements for the oft-injured outfielder.