After coming up just short last year, the Orioles manager got the hardware for 2023
The team has chosen not to protect any of its potentially tempting minor leaguers.
The Orioles lefty had an awful April and May, but the team didn’t give up on him and he rewarded them later on
For the first time in 34 years, an O’s rookie has been honored as the league’s best.
The Orioles have their first ROY since 1989.
The third-year righty put up the best stretch of his career in the first half, but problems with home runs and fatigue forced him to the bullpen.
If the voters have any sense, Gunnar Henderson will be named AL Rookie of the Year tonight
After last year, we should all know better than to get our hopes up about the Orioles making serious signings
The Orioles probably won’t make an exciting move in the next seven days, but they are almost guaranteed to do...something.
He may not have taken the world by storm like Yennier Cano, but Danny Coulombe emerged as a rock solid option for Baltimore late in games.
What could Holliday possibly do for an encore in 2024?
The Orioles’ two young superstars earned accolades for their offensive prowess in their first full season.
The most prominent players the Orioles would have needed to put on the roster next week are already there.
Two separate IL stints spoiled an otherwise impressive bounce-back campaign for the Orioles slugging first baseman.
The former No. 5 overall pick was at the heart of the Norfolk lineup all season. His brief stint for the O’s, on the other hand, left a lot to be desired.
The Angels hired Ron Washington instead. Showalter was reportedly among the finalists.
The expected innings eater and veteran presence ended up shuffling between the majors and minors and in and out of the rotation all year.
Heston Kjerstad looked the part of a first-round pick and made his way onto Baltimore’s postseason roster.
The GM Meetings are underway, the pitching staff should get some attention, and a prediction sure to go wrong.
It was probably not the season Ramón Urías hoped for.
No one at any level of the Orioles had more doubles or homers than Mayo over the 2023 season.
The Orioles’ skipper and breakout rookie are finalists for BBWAA awards, with the winners to be announced next week.
The Orioles streak without a player winning a BBWAA award since 1991 could be snapped when results are announced next week.
The big right-handed reliever wasn’t All-Star material, exactly, but he was one of the Orioles’ most frequently used and reliable arms.
There was a plenty of buzz around Basallo entering the season, and he proved that it was more than warranted by producing at three different levels.