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Monday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles remain rudderless

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Sunday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles need to hire someone already

The Orioles still don’t have a GM. It’s getting a little old.

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Saturday’s Bird Droppings: Where Buck Showalter misses Baltimore

Wi-Fi is coming to Camden Yards, the Orioles aren’t firing everyone, but they also won’t spend too much this offseason

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Even while rebuilding, the Orioles should be active in free agency

No big-ticket players are coming to Baltimore. But the roster needs upgraded, and players signed to short-term deals can be traded for prospects over the summer.

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Friday Bird Droppings: Where the GM-less GM meetings are over

The Orioles left the GM meetings the same way they arrived: without a general manager.

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Catching up with Orioles prospects in the Arizona Fall League

The Orioles have a slew of prospects playing for the Desert Dogs in Arizona under a manager of their own.

Thursday Bird Droppings: Where nobody’s quite sure of the Orioles’ plan

The Orioles are still keeping people guessing about whom they’re hiring for their front office and when. Anytime now, guys.

Cedric Mullins will be the Orioles center fielder in 2019, but there’s no guarantee beyond that

The young switch-hitter is likely to get a one-year trial period in the Orioles outfield, but he has internal competition coming for his job.

Wednesday’s Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles might be making progress in their GM search

In O’s news: checking in with prospects in off-season leagues, who the team could target in free agency and the unsung heros of the bullpen.

A potential farewell overshadowed a serviceable season by Adam Jones

While Adam Jones may have played his last game in Baltimore, the outfielder proved in 2018 that he’s still got some baseball left in the tank.

Tuesday Bird Droppings: Where the GM-less Orioles are headed to the GM meetings

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The sophomore slump hit Trey Mancini hard in 2018

With a dropoff from his stellar rookie campaign, Trey Mancini was yet another Oriole who underperformed, both offensively and defensively.

Monday Bird Droppings: Where the hot stove is ice cold

The O’s aren’t doing anything in free agency, but neither is anyone else so far. In ex-Oriole news, Nick Markakis won a Gold Glove while Manny Machado could land a huge payday.

Sunday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles are taking their time

Still no GM and not much else to talk about either.

Saturday’s Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles are, in fact, interviewing potential GM’s

In O’s news: McKenna is crushing it, Gilmartin re-signs and the 40-man is full once again.

Dylan Bundy’s 2018 was a tale of two halves and an injury

Bundy was on track for a very nice season before rolling his ankle in late June. It was downhill from there. He will be a trade chip if he shows any signs of improvement in 2019.

Friday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles are decluttering the roster

While the Orioles wait to fill out the front office and coaching staff, they outrighted four players off the 40-man roster yesterday.

Andrew Cashner’s first season as an Oriole did not go as planned

The Orioles’ right-hander struggled to find consistency in the rotation during his first season in Baltimore.

Thursday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles are still moving slowly

The Orioles will hire a new boss eventually, but it’s November now and they haven’t yet. Today’s stuff: Kline on the way up, Andreoli on the way out, and another reminder the O’s were bad.

Chris Davis played himself to the brink of the Orioles roster

The 2018 season was harsh on the entire team, but no one had it worse than Chris Davis.

Wednesday’s Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles are spending international money

In O’s news: Branden Kline gets added to the 40-man, the Birds get weird and it’s Halloween!

Tim Beckham was another of the many disappointments on the 2018 Orioles

One reason that the Orioles were so bad this year is that players they thought would be good were not so good. One of those players is Tim Beckham.

Tuesday Bird Droppings: Where Adam Jones is officially a free agent

The Orioles’ captain is among the many MLB players who were automatically added to the free agent market yesterday. Where will he find a home in 2019?

The Orioles still aren’t close to finding a new GM

The Orioles announced that they would be parting ways with Dan Duquette almost a month ago. They’re reportedly still not close to finding his replacement.

High-priced acquisition Alex Cobb was slow to adjust to the Orioles

Alex Cobb inked the most expensive free agent pitching contract in Orioles history. In his first season, he started awful and ended hurt, but had a few months of success.

Monday Bird Droppings: Where baseball is over for the year

The World Series is over and the Orioles didn’t manage to hire a new baseball operations boss before then. Today: Some more people lose their jobs, Buck shows up for the last time, and more.

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Sunday Bird Droppings: Where Buck Showalter was back at Camden Yards

In O’s news: they fired a few more people, how to take advantage of young players and they came in second on signing Gaston.

World Series Game 4 open thread

It took 18 innings last night, but the Dodgers finally won a game in the World Series. They now trail the Red Sox, 2-1, with a chance to tie the series up tonight.

Saturday Bird Droppings: Where it’s quiet and dreary in Birdland

I’m ready for them to do something!

World Series Game 3 open thread

The World Series is heading towards a Red Sox sweep unless the Dodgers do something about it starting tonight. Hopefully they can get back into the series.

David Hess will have every opportunity in 2019

With multiple holes in the rotation, David Hess will have several chances to prove himself next year. After a strong second half in 2018, Hess will look for consistency in his sophomore season.

Friday Bird Droppings: Where managers are getting hired, but not by the Orioles

The Orioles are one of just two teams remaining with a managerial vacancy. Of course, they’re also missing most of a front office, so, one thing at a time.