What do five hits, a wild pitch, a balk, five stolen bases and just two RBIs in nine innings add up to? A win!
It is Friday night. The Orioles ran a bullpen game and still beat the White Sox, 4-1. You know what must be done.
The Orioles get ready to throw a bullpen game as the struggling Kyle Bradish is out with right shoulder inflammation.
Will the Orioles take the #1 prospect at #1, like they did with Adley Rutschman, or go for an underslot strategy like the last two drafts?
Jordan Westburg! now leads the whole Orioles organization with 14 home runs. Pretty good. The Tides lost anyway.
Austin Hays seems like he really wants to be an All-Star for the Orioles. He and his fellow outfielders put on a show last night.
The rookie catcher’s offensive heroics, combined with great pitching and outfield defense, led the Os to their second straight shutout win.
Dean Kremer looks to propel the Os to their first win in Chicago in more than three years.
After going 0-7 against the Southsiders in 2021, the Orioles will look to break that streak as they travel to Chicago for a four-game set.
The Tides were the lone winners in a rain-soaked night that saw Justin Armbruester make his Double-A debut and Zach Watson hit a home run.
Hays delivered the fourth Orioles cycle since 2006 in last night’s game. That was fun, you guys.
Rain cut this one short, but not before Austin Hays put on a show, and the Orioles earned a series split
It is up to Tyler Wells to squeak out a series split as the O’s wrap up a quick set against the nearby Nationals.
A whole lot of great players have played for the Orioles since 1954. In 2020, we counted down the top 50.
The Orioles' third highest pitching prospect has not started a game at Norfolk or Baltimore this season. How will his lack of an effective third pitch impact his future?
Shorebirds the only winners Tuesday, but top prospects continue hot starts at their new assignments.
Scoring zero runs against the team that has the worst ERA in MLB is bad.
The Orioles quest for a winning June could sure use a two-game sweep of the Nationals - and that means winning tonight’s game 1.
The other team that plays on MASN travels up from the nation’s capital to play a quick two-game set at Camden Yards.
Even as the Orioles rise above the Nationals in 2022, lessons from the Nats’ past aggressive team building can help the Orioles shape their future.
Norfolk’s newest infielders stayed hot, Aberdeen got a combined no-no, and for Delmarva, Heston Kjerstad kept going.
Tonight is the first of two games for the Orioles against their struggling southern neighbors.
Norfolk and Aberdeen blasted their way to wins on Sunday, with Rylan Bannon and DJ Stewart going long for the Tides and Coby Mayo hitting his 12th home run of the season.
A series win, an off day, and some draft notes.
The Orioles bullpen went the distance after the team scratched Jordan Lyles. Anthony Santander homered, and Baltimore’s relievers outdueled Corey Kluber.
The Orioles scratched scheduled starter Jordan Lyles, so Austin Voth will lead a bullpen game against the Rays.
Only one team got the W down on the farm, but it was a good one.
The Orioles are 8-8 so far in June. They haven’t had a winning full month since August 2017.
Orioles mount a comeback after a Bradish clunker, but Dillon Tate surrenders the game to the Rays, 7-6
There’s no quit in these Orioles, but although they stormed back from a 6-2 hole, they lost in the ninth, 7-6.
Kyle Bradish and the Orioles try to take the series from a suddenly punchless Tampa Bay in Game 2.
Norfolk was blitzed on Friday, but that didn’t stop Jordan Westburg and Gunnar Henderson from still doing exciting things.