Tate is on the roster, Tejada is on the ballot and Elias is in Houston
The Orioles moved to keep pitcher Dillon Tate, the big piece in the Zach Britton trade, safe from the Rule 5 draft by adding him to the 40-man roster on Tuesday.
New Orioles GM Mike Elias is realistic about the Orioles situation, cautioning that "there aren’t many shortcuts." If it all works out, when do you see the O’s in the playoffs again?
The Orioles officially introduced their new GM yesterday. Now, it’s time to get to work on rebuilding this team.
A new day has dawned for the Orioles, or so O’s fans can only hope. New general manager Mike Elias could hardly have done better introducing himself.
The Orioles are having a press conference to introduce the new general manager on Monday morning. You can watch it just about anywhere in case he says something interesting.
The O’s new boss was part of an Astros front office that built a World Series winner, so why not mirror that process in Baltimore.
The new Orioles head honcho, Mike Elias, is getting his introduction to Birdland today. He’ll face some questions and then can get down to trying to solve this team’s problems.
It’s Sunday, so we’re light on news for you. But that’s okay because we’re all still basking in the Mike Elias hire.
Bleier speaks, the MASN dispute may be winding down and who Elias might add to his staff.
Nothing weird happened after all. The Orioles have hired the new GM they wanted to hire: Mike Elias, the talented Astros assistant, whose job is now to build up this franchise again.
It will be years before we know if Elias was a good hire. But there is a lot to like about it right now.
Ex-Oriole Rich Dauer is one of many people praising the Birds’ presumptive new GM. Meanwhile, Dauer and his fellow 1983 Orioles are wondering when the O’s will win another championship already.
With four years and $92 million left on first baseman Chris Davis’ contract, the Orioles should try shopping him for another player requiring a change of scenery.
The Orioles have settled on their pick for a new GM and unless things get weird they will make that official soon, perhaps even today. Also, it’s Dylan Bunday’s birthday.
After a month of searching, the Orioles have found their guy. They’ve settled on Astros assistant GM Mike Elias to come in and try to build a winner in Baltimore again.
The Orioles have taken longer than some may have expected to name a GM/President of Baseball Operations. Still, the only thing that matters is making the right choice.
The O’s are going to try and replicate the Astros success, the MASN war may be ending, and you can fly right to Sarasota now!
The Orioles kicked off a rebuilding effort with their trades in July. Unfortunately, it’s going to be a long road: A recent Fangraphs farm system ranking put the O’s as the third-worst in MLB.
MLB announced its Rookies of the Year last night, and will unveil its other award winners all this week. The Orioles...will not be involved.
The World Series has been over for two weeks and the Orioles still don’t have a new boss and a new direction. Today’s stuff: Assessing the outfield, a slashed payroll, and more.
The Orioles still don’t have a GM. It’s getting a little old.
Wi-Fi is coming to Camden Yards, the Orioles aren’t firing everyone, but they also won’t spend too much this offseason
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.
The Orioles left the GM meetings the same way they arrived: without a general manager.
The Orioles have a slew of prospects playing for the Desert Dogs in Arizona under a manager of their own.
The Orioles are still keeping people guessing about whom they’re hiring for their front office and when. Anytime now, guys.
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.
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.
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.
This is fine!
With a dropoff from his stellar rookie campaign, Trey Mancini was yet another Oriole who underperformed, both offensively and defensively.