- 'Good starting point' for potential future star Ynoa
When the Orioles acquired Gabriel Ynoa just before the start of Spring Training, they hoped he would be a piece for the future, and perhaps even this season.
- Jones doubles, scores for Orioles vs. Pirates
Gregory Polanco had three hits and two steals, drove in two runs and scored another in the Pirates' 6-2 win over the Orioles on Saturday at LECOM Park.
- Bourn likely out 4 weeks; O's bring back Janish
Michael Bourn, whom the Orioles signed to a Minor League contract on Monday, broke his right ring finger catching a football in a workout Friday. And for the third straight year, the Orioles have signed Paul Janish to a Minor League contract with an invit
- O's could see Alvarez as pitcher; outfielder reluctant
The Orioles have 12 outfielders in camp this spring, and Dariel Alvarez, who was once a touted prospect, is just trying to be noticed.
- Wilson makes quick work of tough Tigers
Tyler Wilson started off the Orioles' Grapefruit League season perfectly. Wilson retired all six batters he faced in the first two innings of Friday's 2-0 win against the Tigers.
- O's pitching posts zeros in spring opener
American League Rookie of the Year Michael Fulmer opened his year with a scoreless inning, but the Orioles squeaked out a pitching duel in both teams' Grapefruit League opener. Ryan Flaherty's second-inning sacrifice fly put Baltimore on top for good as T
- Better results vs. lefties crucial for Kim
Many of the Orioles' big names were back in Sarasota. The Grapefruit League opener lineup was populated with names that were unfamiliar to casual fans.
- Hart to stick with what worked in 2016
It's been an interesting 12 months for Donnie Hart. A year ago, he was an unknown left-hander in Orioles Minor League camp. This year, he's expected to play a big role in the big league bullpen.
- Hardy says ailing back feels 'much better'
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy had a cortisone shot in his back on Thursday, and he said the area is responding well.
- Showalter: O's 'Where we need to be'
Orioles manager Buck Showalter has seen his team drill for days and watched them play two intrasquad games. Now, he's ready for the first game of the Grapefruit League season.
- Oblique improving, Britton to wait on spring debut
Zach Britton says his left oblique muscle is feeling better, and he's progressing towards making his 2017 spring debut, but the Orioles' closer won't pitch in a game until his symptoms are gone.
- O's 'good atmosphere' welcoming to Bourn
Michael Bourn reported to camp on Wednesday, and he said that he's pleased to be back with the Orioles.
- Left-handers Nuno, Bleier arrive at camp
The Orioles added two left-handers this week, and both reported to the team on Wednesday. Vidal Nuno, who was acquired from the Dodgers, and Richard Bleier, picked up from the Yankees, were on hand.
- Machado, O's give young fan unforgettable day
Eleven-year-old Nicole Parker, of Ellicott City, Md., had a once-in-a-lifetime experience on Tuesday, as the aspiring sportswriter -- who started an Orioles blog of her own about a month ago -- got to visit O's camp and meet some of her heroes.
- O's acquire lefty Bleier from Yanks for PTBN
The Orioles completed their fourth transaction in as many days on Tuesday, trading for Yankees left-handed pitcher Richard Bleier in exchange for a player to be named later. To create room on the 40-man roster, Baltimore designated Christian Walker for as
- Bourn gets one-year deal, invite to spring camp
Baltimore and veteran outfielder Michael Bourn have agreed to a one-year deal with an invite to Spring Training; the deal will be worth $2 million if Bourn makes the Major League club.
- Andino excited about second chance with O's
Robert Andino had always kept it in the back of his mind the possibility of returning to the city that -- outside of his hometown in Miami -- still holds a special place in his heart: Baltimore.
- Breaking down the Orioles' Top 30 Prospects
With 12 of their Top 30 prospects expected to arrive at some point in 2017, the Orioles should build off last season and continue to receive an influx of talent in the Majors.
- Duquette proud of O's, has high expectations
With Presidents Day and the start of Spring Training so close together, MLB.com decided to take a look at the state of the Orioles in 2017. And who better for that than executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette?
- Orioles add lefty Nuno in trade with Dodgers
The Orioles acquired left-handed pitcher Vidal Nuno from the Dodgers on Sunday in exchange for right-hander Ryan Moseley.
- Kim on 2017: 'Less pressure, more fun'
Hyun Soo Kim sat quietly by his locker on Sunday morning. The Orioles' outfielder -- whose very presence last spring was a noteworthy event -- is enjoying being out of the limelight and being just another guy at the O's full-squad practice.
- Manny hopeful for eventual return to shortstop
Manny Machado's position for the Dominican Republic in the upcoming World Baseball Class is still uncertain. But what can be said for certain is that one of the game's great hot-corner defenders is still interested in a full-time return to his native posi
- Smith in awe of O's bat strength
Orioles outfielder Seth Smith said earlier this week he's looking forward to being a part of Baltimore's powerful lineup.
- Photo of the Day: Two O's fans perched on their bikes
Photo of the Day: Two O's fans perched on their bikes
- Orioles sign Gentry to Minors deal
The Orioles signed outfielder Craig Gentry to a Minor League contract with an invitation to big league camp on Saturday morning, a move that could help boost their defense and gives them another potential backup option in center field.
- Machado focused on present, not future
Manny Machado, who will be a free agent at the end of the 2018 season, is one of several Orioles who could be nearing the end of their time in Baltimore. He's gearing up for an unusual spring, in which he'll play a handful of games at shortstop early befo
- Jones succinct on motivation: 'I'm here to win'
Adam Jones took the field on Friday for the team's first full-squad practice and jogged all the way back to the warning track, a cheeky ode to the headlines earlier in the week after executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette noted that
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- O's Top 30 Prospects list
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- Davis enters Spring Training fully healthy
Chris Davis, who played through a thumb injury last season, has done some extra stuff this winter to improve his hand strength and enters Spring Training fully healthy.
- Brach prevails in arbitration hearing
Brad Brach prevailed in his arbitration hearing on Thursday and will make $3.05 million in 2017.
- Glove Day brings out the kid in Orioles players
For about a dozen Orioles, Thursday morning was one of the best mornings of the spring: Glove Day.
- Johnson ready to compete for utility job
Infielder Chris Johnson, who signed a Minor League deal, reported to camp, while catcher Francisco Pena cleared waivers.
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