Baltimore Orioles News
Where Can The Orioles Find A Left-Handed Starter?
Dan Duquette has said the Baltimore Orioles want to add a left-handed starter this offseason, but what options are out there in the free-agent market or within the organization?
Five Factors That Could Affect Manny Machado's Contract
With Orioles third baseman Manny Machado eligible for free agency a year from now, Rich Dubroff looks at five factors that could affect Machado's contract in 2018.
Where Will The Orioles Find New Starting Pitchers?
It's obvious the Baltimore Orioles must be aggressive in trying to improve on a starting pitching staff that had a 5.70 ERA in 2017, but how will they go about finding new starters?
Orioles Prospect Austin Hays Not Shying Away From Big Stage
"Next year [he'll] find himself fighting for a job in spring training. I like what I see so far," Adam Jones said of Orioles outfield prospect Austin Hays.
To Improve Starting Pitching, Orioles Must Be Willing To Make A Trade
Dan Connolly says Dan Duquette is going to find starting pitching any way he can, but the most logical route is to trade for it -- and trades can easily blow up on you, too.
Trying To Live Up To Big Contract Has Messed With Orioles' Slugger Chris Davis' Head
Stan "The Fan" Charles says Orioles first baseman Chris Davis needs to do his own mental reset if he's going to return to being on of the most feared sluggers in the game.
Breaking In With Cal Ripken, Orioles Trainer Richie Bancells An Iron Man In His Own Right
Jim Henneman reflects on the career of longtime Orioles trainer Richie Bancells, who recently announced his retirement.
Ricig's World Of Sports: Orioles Fan Offseason Activity No. 724
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano looks at Orioles fan offseason activity No. 724: the Ubaldo and Wade Miley "wave."
Photo of the Month: Thank You J.J.
PressBox's October photo of the month looks back on what was likely shortstop J.J. Hardy's final home game as an Oriole.
Orioles Roster Review, Part Five: The Nine Best Orioles
Rich Dubroff concludes his 2017 Orioles roster review with a look at the best nine players on the team, from Adam Jones to Manny Machado to Jonathan Schoop.