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Who are the Orioles 2018 Least Valuable Players?

It’s no secret that Chris Davis is the LVP for the 2018 Orioles and is probably the least valuable player among all major-league teams. But who should be considered for Orioles runner-up?

The Orioles’ collapse sours Buck Showalter’s possible farewell as manager

Buck Showalter hasn’t been able to turn around the Orioles’ poor on-field play in what could be his last year as manager.

Orioles snap their four-game losing streak, hanging on to win 5-3

A little luck on a crazy play helped the Orioles score four runs in the seventh inning. Alex Cobb pitched six strong innings for the victory over the Mariners.

Tuesday night Orioles game thread: at Mariners, 10:10

Cedric Mullins sits in favor of Joey Rickard and John Andreoli. Jonathan Villar leads off and gets another start at shortstop.

How historically bad are the 2018 Orioles?

The losses are mounting for the Orioles, putting them on pace with the worst teams in MLB history.

As Rays finish Archer deal with another prospect, O’s Gausman swap looks worse

Instead of adding prospects like the Rays did in the Chris Archer deal, the Orioles traded Kevin Gausman to cut payroll.

Today or in two months, Adam Jones’s Orioles career is coming to an end

Despite leadership qualities that could be valuable to a rebuilding team with young players, Adam Jones doesn’t appear to be a fit for the 2019 Orioles.

Chris Davis presents an ongoing challenge for the Orioles

The Orioles are, in Buck Showalter’s words, "pretty deep in the barrel" trying to find solution for Chris Davis. They have to hope the current week-plus benching somehow does the trick.

Orioles’ Buck Showalter likes his guys too much

Manager Buck Showalter’s rallying cry from the past, "I like our guys" rings hollow in 2018. He’s been sticking with some of his guys even as they are clearly hurting this year’s team.

Orioles front office is at a crossroads

The Angelos sons are playing a larger ownership role. Dan Duquette’s power is diminishing, while Brady Anderson’s is on the rise.