Baltimore Orioles News
What Can Orioles Expect From Welington Castillo?
Offensive production shouldn't be a problem for Welington Castillo, but Rich Dubroff says Baltimore's new catcher will need all of spring training to get familiar with the Orioles' pitchers.
Final Hall Of Fame Vote Reveals Softening Stances Among BBWAA
Jim Henneman says the final Hall of Fame voting results revealed a lot more than just the three newest inductees to Cooperstown, N.Y.
Baseball World Mourns The Loss Of Yordano Ventura
With the passing of Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura in an automobile accident Jan. 22, Major League Baseball is mourning the death of an active player for the third time in less than three years.
Orioles Will Have 21st Pick In 2017 MLB Draft
The Baltimore Orioles will have the 21st pick in the 2017 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.
Pat Connaughton: 'I Always Make Sure To Keep The Arm Loose'
A former two-sport star at Notre Dame, Orioles pitching prospect Pat Connaughton says he makes sure "to keep the arm loose," despite being in the midst of his second season with the Portland Trail Blazers.
Orioles Will Have Host Of Rule 5 Draftees In Spring Training
The Orioles have selected eight players in the Rule 5 draft over the last six years under Dan Duquette, and seven of them will be with the Orioles in spring training.
With Mark Trumbo's Return, 2017 Orioles Looking A Lot Like 2016 Orioles
Rich Dubroff says if the Orioles are going to improve upon last season's 89 wins, that improvement is going to have to come from within.
Orioles, Mark Trumbo Agree To Three-Year Deal
Mark Trumbo and the Orioles have agreed to a three-year deal worth $37.5 million. Trumbo's signing basically completes the team's 2017 outfield.
Why Mike Mussina Should Get Into Hall Of Fame
Mike Mussina's Hall of Fame vote percentage climbed for the third straight year, leaving Rich Dubroff to believe the right-hander will be a more prominent omission as more names leave the ballot.
Two Former Orioles Gain Support In Hall Of Fame Vote
While Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez are getting most of the attention for their election to the Hall of Fame Jan. 18, there was some good news for two former Orioles.