The O’s avoid a sweep, Wells is getting better, a fun first half, and a new schedule.
The Orioles’ closer was one of the most unhittable pitchers in the majors until the Twins stunned him for two straight walkoffs.
A tough loss, trade rumors, Hall impresses, and Mountcastle is hitting the ball hard.
The O’s have a winning record on their cross-country trek so far, but the first-place Twins await.
The Orioles will be back in action to start July tomorrow, playing the first place Twins.
Kremer shines, but O’s lose, Elias talks promotions, Henderson is a stud, and López is embracing his role.
Rutschman’s family made a trek, Westburg is making predictions for the Orioles, and more in today’s Bird Droppings.
The O’s haven’t finished over .500 in a month since 2017. With a win in the next three days, they could change that.
It’s been five years since a better than .500 month for the Orioles. They could change that if they complete a sweep today.
This team showed off their swagger in another impressive win, Bradish heads to the IL, and Hays is on fire.
Austin Hays seems like he really wants to be an All-Star for the Orioles. He and his fellow outfielders put on a show last night.
Hays delivered the fourth Orioles cycle since 2006 in last night’s game. That was fun, you guys.
Mock drafts, Kjerstad shining, and Lyles leading.
Tonight is the first of two games for the Orioles against their struggling southern neighbors.
A series win, an off day, and some draft notes.
The Orioles are 8-8 so far in June. They haven’t had a winning full month since August 2017.
Another fun night of baseball, roster changes coming, and Pérez on the WBC.
The O’s split a pair of four-game series on the road with one very good team and one very bad one. All in all, we’ll take it.
The Orioles have now issued statements from Peter Angelos’s oldest son John, and his wife Georgia.
A nice team win, Mountcastle is surging, and Hall is on the horizon.
The Orioles got destroyed by the Blue Jays, but one particular moment in the seventh inning got O’s fans thinking about a brighter tomorrow.
Most of the Orioles are headed to Toronto, John Means is on the road to recovery, and more in today’s Bird Droppings.
The Orioles were 126-126 in Kansas City before losing the first two games this weekend. A win today gets them even again.
Poor pitching, Kjerstad returns, and Zimmermann might be tipping.
Lou Angelos is suing his brother and mother over the operation of the club, according to a new report, and the details aren’t pretty.
Last night’s rainout gave the Orioles an unexpected night off before starting a four-game set against the last place Royals.
O’s claim Voth, DFA Sedlock, Mullins is heating up, and Mancini is part of the solution
Two prospects continue their rise as we try to forget about the recent Birdland blues
The O’s have had an unimpressive homestand, their best prospect is struggling mightily in the majors, and their second best prospect is out for at least three months. Things aren’t great, folks.
The Orioles and Guardians have split the first two games, leaving a decisive rubber match for today.
The Orioles top pitching prospect is out for an unknown length of time with a lat strain. Hard to think about anything else.
The Orioles’ big win last night was overshadowed by the lat strain suffered by their top pitching prospect.