Vavra came through at the plate to clinch a Game 1 win, but the offense disappeared in a Game 2 loss.
Let’s wrap up the season with a doubleheader at Camden Yards.
The Orioles will have several players competing for spots in 2023. Who has a leg up as Baltimore turns a corner in the rebuild?
In the O’s infielder-rich system, Hernaiz has flown somewhat under the radar. But after a breakout 2022, the 21-year-old figures to get more notice next season.
Wrapping up the year with a double-header, 40 years since Why Not, and minor league success.
While September was filled with more lows than highs for the O’s, there were still plenty of lessons to learn that should affect Baltimore’s offseason plans.
Can you believe the Orioles have played 160 already?
The Orioles managed only three hits before the rain ended this one in the eighth inning.
Dean Kremer takes the mound in the first game of the final series for the Orioles.
The obvious choice was the best choice. Congratulations to Adley for a great season.
There won’t be postseason baseball in Baltimore this year, but the team’s skipper deserves the chance to make that a reality in 2023.
Former Manny Machado trade prize Yusniel Díaz is among a group of once-heralded O’s prospects whose stock has swiftly dropped.
Win #82 is in the books, one series remains, and Anthony Santander is ready to lead.
The Orioles have now improved on last year’s win total by 30. They will not be losers in 2022.
A whole lot of great players have played for the Orioles since 1954. In 2020, we counted down the top 50.
Day games haven’t gone great for the Orioles this year.
The Orioles have four games left on the schedule. They only need to win one to reach the symbolically important #82.
Fresh off elimination, the Orioles will try to secure a winning season and prevent Aaron Judge from making history.
Last year’s Orioles were eliminated on August 28. This way was a lot more fun.
The O’s won, they clinch at least a .500 record, and they are signing a new lease at Camden Yards.
Jordan Lyles was outstanding and the offense did just enough.
It is Friday night. The Orioles have beaten the Yankees, 2-1. You know what must be done.
The Orioles head to the Bronx as they look to keep their slim playoff hopes alive and avoid being a footnote on Aaron Judge’s historic season.
The O’s blew three straight chances to reach the .500 mark against last-place Boston, and now have to try their luck against two playoff-bound teams.
The Orioles came up short in a third straight attempt to get the elusive win #81.
A win today guarantees the Orioles at least a .500 season. This has been true the last two days as well, but they lost.
Connor Norby hit an organization-leading 29th home run, and Nick Vespi completed the season with a perfect Triple-A ERA.
The Orioles will try to salvage a series split as their Red Sox series concludes this afternoon.
The O’s will look to clinch a .500 or better record in game three of a four game set.
The soft-tossing lefty can not be optioned again this season if recalled, but the Orioles could use one more look at Nick Vespi.