Another brutal night at the plate, Ellis impressed, Stewart is DFA’d, and waiting on Bradish
After holding the Yankees offense in check in their weekend series win, the O’s now boast a 3.04 team ERA in the early goings.
The Orioles All-Star lefty is getting a second opinion on his elbow.
There is a lot wrong with the Orioles, but for a minute last night I forgot.
The 1-5 Orioles are staring down another few weeks of AL East opponents and a grueling west coast road trip. Things could get ugly...if they aren’t already.
Means exited after 4 IP last night with "left forearm tightness." The response rhymes with "duck."
A frustrating loss, López is the closer, and more takes on the money flowing into Camden Yards.
The pitching impressed, the left field wall looked fine, and Camden Yards is getting a publicly-funded makeover.
The Orioles are 0-3, which they haven’t been since 2007. They haven’t gone 0-4 since 1988.
The Orioles have scored four runs through their first two games.
The season begins with a loss, the bullpen looks good, and Matt Harvey is back.
It’s finally time. The Orioles’ 2022 season begins today. Get ready for 162 games of whatever may come.
Major League Baseball kicks off its regular season today. Well, except for the Orioles and 15 other teams.
Today’s game is cancelled, Tyler Wells looks good, and roster decisions incoming.
That headline can be read as either a promise or a threat, depending on your excitement level for the 2022 O’s.
Just a few days remain for the O’s to make tweaks ahead of Opening Day, but at least it is setting up to be an intriguing year.
The Orioles have another 14 players to cut from camp to set their Opening Day roster.
Roster cuts continue, Hall was impressive, and the O’s have some holes.
The Orioles’ exhibition loss yesterday featured appearances by many of the club’s top prospects, including a dazzling D.L. Hall outing. You love to see it.
The sooner Grayson Rodriguez puts on an Orioles uniform again, the more exciting the 2022 season could be.
Rodriguez answers questions, Diaz mashes, the O’s lose, and Wells starts
In their first MASN-televised spring game, the Orioles blasted three home runs in an 8-5 win over the Red Sox.
If you get MASN, anyway
The O’s came to an agreement with Tanner Scott, they beat the Pirates, and made their first cuts.
Making his first appearance this spring, the top pitching prospect in baseball was dominant in one inning and hit hard in the next.
According to The Athletic’s Dan Connolly, the Orioles are the only team who won’t have TV or radio broadcasters traveling on the road. Embarrassing.
The O’s Grapefruit League season gets underway, they sign catcher depth, and Diaz looks to bounce back.
It felt like we might never see this day again, but baseball is officially back in action as the O’s play their first Grapefruit League game today.
A few Orioles spring games will be televised. Adley Rutschman probably won’t be in them since he’s hurt. D’oh!