News, coverage and analysis of the Orioles during Spring Training in Sarasota, FL.
Tuesday’s Orioles spring training game is on MLB Network, so people in Baltimore can actually watch the team. Hooray!
Most Orioles spring training games will not have local broadcasts. Here’s where you can find them on the air.
Orioles spring training will finally be over after this one last game... although they still aren’t doing their final roster cuts today.
Another day, another audition for the Orioles fifth starter spot. Mike Wright gets his turn in the spotlight on Friday night.
There’s an afternoon game featuring several Orioles that you can’t watch and a night game featuring two that you can.
There’s Orioles you can’t watch at 6, WBC you can watch at 10, and the whole day, there will be basketball.
J.J. Hardy is back in the Orioles lineup. Hooray! As long as he doesn’t get hurt and leave early.
The Orioles won’t be on TV in Baltimore, but Adam Jones and the American WBC team will, if you have MLB Network.
If you want to watch the Orioles play the DR team, sorry, it’s not on TV. But it is on the radio, so, that’s something.
Nothing says spring excitement quite like an untelevised Orioles game.
There will be a bunch of Birds at this year’s WBC, plus a few other familiar faces.
The Orioles lost to the Yankees, but Ubaldo Jimenez had a first good spring outing and Jonathan Schoop hit a massive homer, so it could be worse.
As spring training begins, the Orioles don’t look like a perfect team, but if enough things go right, they could be a real contender.
Orioles pitchers and catchers took the field for the first time on Friday, which means fielding practice, bullpen sessions, and optimistic interviews with guys looking to come back from injuries. Oh, and all the beards were shaved off. Sorry.