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Monday Bird Droppings: Where the full Orioles squad is together

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Sunday’s Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles have signed another infielder

A big off-season for the Birds gets even BIGGER!

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Saturday’s Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles hitters report to spring training today

One step closer to real baseball!

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The Orioles want Trey Mancini to be their leader. Is that fair and necessary?

Somebody had to take Adam Jones’ corner locker in Sarasota, and the Orioles chose Mancini. That is placing an unnecessary burden on him when such a mantle should develop organically.

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Friday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles will be on TV in eight days

The Grapefruit League is coming! The Orioles will be on TV next weekend. Not bad.

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Orioles announce spring training broadcast schedule

Roughly half of the Orioles spring games will be on either TV or the radio, and nearly all of the rest will have an O’s broadcast online.

Orioles have the chance to be a much faster team this season

For the past several years, the Orioles have been known for their power on offense but not their speed. That could change this season.

Thursday Bird Droppings: Where the 2014 Orioles are almost all gone

Caleb Joseph officially joined a new team yesterday, and there’s just one remaining Oriole who played for the AL East-winning club. Where did the time go?

A Birdland Salute for Caleb Joseph

Caleb Joseph signed with the Diamondbacks, and so another link to the recent great Orioles teams is gone.

Designating a hitter: Orioles options at DH

The Orioles certainly aren’t lacking in players that fit the physical description of a designated hitter. Who Baltimore selects as the primary DH could say a lot about the club’s strategy moving forward.

Wednesday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles have arrived in Sarasota

Spring Training is in full swing. Meanwhile: the O’s made a logo tweak and Mike Elias is finalizing the roster.

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Orioles spring training is officially underway as pitchers and catchers report

The Orioles probably aren’t going to be very good this year. They still have some key spring storylines to follow just like everyone else.

Richie Martin’s offensive breakout and the potential dividends for the Orioles

Richie Martin’s glove has never been a worry. Whether the growth of his bat maintains is a story all its own.

Tuesday Bird Droppings: Where pitchers and catchers report today

Baseball-related things are happening! It’s about time.

Which non-roster spring invitee has the best chance to make the Orioles?

There are bound to be competitions throughout the roster during spring training.

Monday Bird Droppings: Where spring training starts tomorrow

Orioles baseball, or at least the spring training approximation of it, is almost back in our lives. Are you ready?

Sunday Bird Droppings: Where it’s two days til spring training

Baseball is almost here! Well, sort of.

Saturday’s Bird Droppings: Where we enter the final weekend without baseball

The Orioles have signed a big leaguer and announced their minor league coaching staffs.

Orioles announce 2019 minor league coaches and development staff

There might be a new general manager of the Orioles, but his first year of minor league coaching hires look familiar.

How would three Orioles’ lefties fare under a three batter requirement?

MLB proposed a rule that would require all pitchers to face a minimum of three batters, effectively eliminating left-handed specialists. Here is a look at the split stats of three O’s southpaws.

Friday Bird Droppings: Where we’re saying goodbye to an Orioles superstar

He was one of the greatest to ever play the game, and one of the greatest to ever appear in an Orioles uniform. Rest in peace, Frank Robinson.

Orioles legend Frank Robinson passes away at age 83

Frank Robinson played six years in Baltimore, won the World Series twice and played in it twice more. What a legend.

Surprise! Orioles sign free agent Nate Karns

In a radical departure from his predecessor, new GM Mike Elias has signed a free agent pitcher before spring training.

The 2019 projections say what we all know: The Orioles will be very bad again

We all know the Orioles aren’t going to be any good this year. The PECOTA projection puts a number on how bad: 57 wins.

Free agent activity is sluggish across MLB, and the Orioles are no exception

For the last two MLB offseasons, the free agent market has been depressed and every team seems to have an excuse. For the Orioles right now, that excuse is the rebuild.

Thursday Bird Droppings: Where spring training competitions are coming

The Orioles don’t have a whole lot going for them, but they do have a lot of spring position battles coming up soon.


The difference between rebuilding and tanking for the 2019 Orioles

The Orioles are not actively attempting to win games in 2019, but they’re not trying to lose either. Player improvement remains the sole goal, not securing the top pick in the 2020 draft.

Wednesday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles have a ton of infielders

In other news: the O’s are scouting Sanchez and the club’s minor league coaches are shuffling.

Not even the biggest optimist can pretend the 2019 Orioles will be any good

Spring training begins one week from today. That usually comes with a surge of optimism. For the 2019 Orioles... nope.

Tuesday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles’ minors maybe aren’t great

In one writer’s estimation, the Orioles have the worst farm system in baseball. So...that’s not ideal.

Orioles farm system places dead last in Keith Law’s rankings

ESPN’s Keith Law ranks the 30 MLB farm systems every year. This year, the Orioles come in dead last: 30th of 30.

Tanner Scott will make the Orioles fun to watch this season

He’s a hard-throwing lefty with a ridiculous slider and sky-high potential. What’s not to like?