On his first day on the job, Phillips said, "I’m looking to win a World Series with the Baltimore Orioles."
The most recent Orioles 40-man addition is a 32-year-old journeyman reliever.
The last man in the Orioles bullpen went two weeks between outings and was optioned after pitching yesterday.
Mike Elias has occasionally brought to the Orioles players he acquired before. Jonathan Araúz is the latest one.
The former Orioles Rule 5 pick was dropped from the roster over the offseason, but now he’s back again.
The latest Orioles waiver claim had a 10.13 ERA in 19 games this season. That’s... uh, that’s a big ERA.
The top Orioles pick in the 2016 draft finally made it to MLB this year. He’ll be hoping one game isn’t all he gets.
The latest Orioles waiver claim has walked 84 batters in 110 innings at Double-A over the past two seasons.
A new Orioles ad campaign says simply: "He’s here."
The Orioles were patient with this lefty reliever’s development and it may be paying off this season.
The most recent Orioles waiver claim is the brother of a guy they traded away before the season.
Four different Orioles pitched one game last year and then were DFA’d. Denyi Reyes will be hoping not to join that club.
If a rebuilding team like the Orioles can swipe a former top 100 prospect they think has potential, they’ll do it.
The Orioles prospects haven’t arrived yet, so guys like Chris Ellis are getting second chances.
If you blinked, you already missed seeing Diplán. He remains on the Orioles 40-man, just back in the minors.
The early 2022 Orioles trend of guys who were bad last year showing back up is not great.
Spenser Watkins’s perseverance was rewarded last year, and even though he pitched poorly, he’s back again.
The Orioles tried to shore up their infield a little with a veteran utility infielder.
The current Orioles backup catcher was a fresh addition to the roster ahead of Opening Day.
The Orioles took their sweet time finding a catcher for the 40-man roster, and they’ve settled on a well-traveled veteran leading into the 2022 season.
The O’s newest starter is the guy who gave up the most runs in the AL in 2020 and in 2021. Be still, our beating hearts!
The homegrown O’s center fielder busted loose for an amazing 2021 season. What does he have in store for an encore?
The injury-plagued right fielder failed to build on a strong 2020 season. Can the Rule 5 pick turned Most Valuable Oriole put together a complete season in 2022?
As an everyday player in a full season for the first time last year, Hays was solid with flashes of better potential. This year, he’ll look to round out even further into a middle-of-the-order bat.
Rule 5 selection Tyler Wells surprised a lot of people last year with his jump to the majors, and now he must build on that success.
After a huge debut in 2020, the rookie took his lumps early in 2021. But plate adjustments led to more walks and big results in the power department, all of which bodes extremely well for 2022.
Once one of the game’s high-upside prospects, Jorge Mateo ended up as a 2021 Orioles waiver claim. He figures to get another shot this year.
The last remnant of the Zack Britton trade was an O’s bullpen mainstay in 2021, but didn’t cement himself into a high-leverage role.
An impressive rookie season has positioned Urías to compete for an everyday job and potentially play his way into the Orioles’ future plans.
Keegan Akin went from assumed starter to off the roster last spring. Can the 26-year-old lefty gather enough command to stay with the Orioles this season?
Once a promising prospect, Kremer has run into struggles upon making the majors. How much hope is there for him to turn things around?
The Orioles will need a solid fourth outfielder to lighten the load for the regular players, and Ryan McKenna is the guy for the job.