Talks between MLB and the MLBPA may have made some headway yesterday, with another meeting on the docket for today.
The Orioles have had their top hitting prospects in a minicamp this weekend, with a 2021 draft-heavy minicamp set to open up tomorrow.
All eyes on are on the prospects as spring training draws ever closer.
Baseball Prospectus followed Baseball America’s lead in placing five Orioles in its Top 100 prospects list. Very nice.
For the second year in a row, there are five Orioles on Baseball America’s top 100 prospects list. This includes two in the top six.
This was clearly the only thing preventing the big name shortstop from landing in Baltimore
After landing 24 international amateurs on day one of the signing period, the Orioles didn’t stop there, making several more signings yesterday.
Between the new fence distance at Camden Yards and the weekend’s international signings, there’s a lot to make you think about the Orioles future.
Renderings, the front office speaks, and a prospect update
MLB made a formal proposal to the players’ union yesterday, but reportedly it didn’t do much to move the needle toward a new CBA.
On this day 40 years ago, the Orioles got their first Hall of Famer. If you can believe it, 45 people did NOT vote for Frank Robinson.
Changes coming to Camden Yards, Drem Rom keeps pushing, and the O’s advance in Latin America.
While most of baseball is in a holding pattern, the O’s are at least keeping their minor leaguers busy for the next week or so.
Football season is over in Baltimore, which means it’s baseball season! Except there’s no idea when the lockout will end and the Orioles actually play.
Pondering a Rutschman extension, discussing Hall of Fame ballots, and explaining pitch changes.
The O’s will reportedly be handing a franchise-record bonus to Dominican center fielder Braylin Tavera next week. Not too shabby!
Even as the lockout rolls on, there was some Orioles news yesterday. They’re heading back to WBAL radio for the 2022 season.
The ballpark that changed baseball passes another milestone, Grayson Rodriguez kicks a field goal, and there is still no real news.
We’re not just waiting for an end to the lockout, we’re still waiting for the serious negotiations to even begin.
Is this going to be the year the Orioles start to suck less? A guy can dream, and this one sure is.
This year wasn’t much of an improvement over 2020, both from an Orioles standpoint and in the world at large. C’mon, 2022. Third time’s the charm.
The Orioles lost 110 games in 2021. Let’s hope that the calendar’s coming turn to a new year means better things for the big league club.
The O’s need a backstop, and the former fan favorite is ready to play ball.
The Orioles GM turns 39 today. Thanks to the lockout, he can’t celebrate with any meaningful changes to the O’s roster.
The post-holiday hangover is real as baseball news is almost nonexistent.
Merry Christmas to all in Birdland who celebrate. The Orioles probably won’t give you any gifts today.
It’s Christmas Eve. Maybe Santa will bring us an end to the MLB lockout.
It’s two days until Christmas, so why not start thinking about next year’s Orioles? There’s nothing better to do!
There is almost literally nothing else going on.
Former Orioles, including Zack Britton and Manny Machado, are big fans of Buck Showalter getting another managerial job.
The lockout continues as we ponder the Orioles shortstop position in 2021, and Freddy Galvis takes a job in Japan.
We’ve got several more weeks of the MLB lockout ahead of us. Hope you like minor league signings, because that’s all that’s happening.