Baltimore Orioles News
What Should The Orioles Do With Ubaldo Jimenez?
Right-handed pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez had his fourth rough start of the season, recording just 10 outs in a 12-4 loss to the New York Yankees April 29.
Britton, Tillman Each To Get Another Rehab Appearance
Left-hander Zach Britton and right-hander Chris Tillman will both pitch in the minor leagues again before they're activated from the disabled list, according to manager Buck Showalter.
Orioles Squander Huge Lead, Lose In Extras To Yankees
The Orioles held leads of 9-1 and 11-4 against the Yankees, but a rough performance by the Orioles' bullpen led to a 14-11 loss in the Bronx April 28.
Halfway There, Adam Jones Dares To Dream About 3,000 Hits
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, who isn't usually one for milestones, couldn't help but be taken aback when he realized he's one of just 623 major league players to record 1,500 hits. But can he go for 3,000?
Orioles End Homestand With Extra-Inning Win
After a 5-4 extra-inning win against the Rays April 26, the Orioles head out of town for a difficult seven-game road trip to New York and Boston with another series win.
Mark Trumbo's Struggles Symbolize Offense's Woes
While the Orioles have gotten off to a hot start this season, strong pitching has masked deficiencies at the plate, as some of the team's biggest hitters, including DH Mark Trumbo, have yet to produce.
Orioles' Bats Quiet In 2-0 Loss To Tampa Bay
"I think teams are built on pitching," Orioles starter Wade Miley said after the Orioles' 2-0 loss to the Rays. "If we do our jobs, our offense is pretty doggone good. We're going to score runs."
Here's How MLB Should Have Handled Matt Barnes' Suspension
Stan "The Fan" Charles says Matt Barnes' four-game suspension wasn't punishment enough for throwing at Manny Machado, and Red Sox manager John Farrell should have been disciplined as well.
Newfangled Analytics Prove Earl Weaver Was Right All Along
The new positioning of Orioles center fielder Adam Jones reminds Jim Henneman of Earl Weaver's common refrain, "You don't get beat by the ball in front of you."
Buck Showalter: 'One Of Our Best Wins Of The Season'
"He's always on," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said of center fielder Adam Jones. "He loves to compete. Adam is always on, and our team feeds off that."