The Orioles got themselves pretty close to the Opening Day roster over the weekend. Three days to go!
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The Orioles acknowledged what has seemed obvious: Mark Trumbo isn’t recovered enough for Opening Day.
Spring training is drawing to a close and the Orioles don’t have a starting pitcher for Opening Day.
Alex Cobb was jokingly labeled the only Oriole to have made the team. Now he might be hurt.
Young is out, Sucre is in, Wright is starting and Yacabonis feels good!
The outfield the Orioles will field on Opening Day leaves much to be desired. But some of the organization’s top prospects are on pace to come up and give O’s fans something to be excited about in 2019.
The Orioles’ much-maligned first baseman added three more strikeouts to his total yesterday, giving him 15 in 27 spring at-bats. That’s not ideal.
In a division that includes two powerhouses and an upstart projected at the top, the Blue Jays seem likely to be left in the dust, much like the Orioles.
There will be real Orioles baseball in just one week. There are some roster things to figure out between now and then.
Dylan Bundy gets one of his last spring tune-ups as the Orioles play the Red Sox. This one is on TV and radio.
The Rays rotation consists of two All Stars and some "openers." Will it be enough?
Camden Chat needs writers, Jackson is playing everywhere and you should go get free Italian ice.
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