Team News: Baltimore Orioles

  • Struggles with control holding Miley back
    Wade Miley continued to struggle with deep counts and long innings on Wednesday in Toronto, and while he hasn't totally fixed those issues yet, he's at least pinpointed them.

  • O's bats quiet in Miley's up-and-down start
    Marcus Stroman stole the show on Wednesday night in Toronto, shutting down the Orioles to give the Blue Jays a 4-0 win, evening their series at one game apiece.

  • Jimenez looks to get on track vs. Blue Jays
    The Orioles will send Ubaldo Jimenez to the mound on Thursday night in Toronto for the series finale against J.A. Happ and the Blue Jays.

  • Akin flirts with no-hitter for Frederick
    Keegan Akin had showed progress in each of his starts this month before putting it all together on Tuesday to fire a career-high eight scoreless frames and lead Class A Advanced Frederick past Wilmington, 5-1.

  • Resurgent Gausman provides lift for rotation
    Kevin Gausman gave the Orioles exactly what they needed in their series opener against the Blue Jays on Tuesday, but the timing of this outing was especially valuable to a pitching staff that's been searching for answers.

  • Early offense all O's need in win vs. Blue Jays
    Baltimore jumped out to an early lead and Toronto's bats stirred, but never fully woke, as the Orioles opened the series on Tuesday with a 3-1 win over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.

  • Jones breaks necklace on swing, causes delay
    Jones breaks necklace on swing, causes delay

  • O's looking for ways to get Bundy extra rest
    Baltimore starter Dylan Bundy knows that he'll be getting at least one extra day of rest as the team works to manage his innings, but it still isn't clear whether the young right-hander will make his next start on Friday or Saturday.

  • With vote ending soon, Machado needs help
    Manny Machado has hit into some tough luck so far this season, and the O's third baseman -- a defensive wizard -- needs a big push in the final week of the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot to secure a trip to his hometown in Miami.

  • Hays extends streak to 12 games
    Logan Ice put together one of the best offensive games of his young career and led Class A Lake County to a 15-6 win over Dayton on Sunday.

  • Orioles rally past Rays with 3 in 9th
    Alex Colome normally is money. On Sunday afternoon he wasn't, and the Orioles came away with an 8-5 win over the Rays at Tropicana Field. The Orioles (37-38) claimed the rubber game over the Rays (40-38) by scoring three against the Rays closer, who enter

  • Rickard makes former club pay
    Joey Rickard watched pinch-hitter Seth Smith walk to first base. And then he made the Rays pay. Rickard, a right-handed hitter, was left in to face Rays righty closer Alex Colome. He took advantage, sending an 0-2 offering into left-field for a ground-rul

  • Britton still on track to return before break
    Orioles closer Zach Britton continues to progress back from a left forearm strain, with the goal for him to return to the team before the All-Star break.

  • Mullins extends streak to nine
    Austin Riley's perfect day at the plate helped lead Class A Advanced Florida to a 4-3 win over Fort Myers on Saturday.

  • Bundy K's eight as O's end arduous streak
    Dylan Bundy gave the Orioles exactly what they needed Saturday afternoon: A quality start.

  • O's bats break out with big 7th inning in win
    The Orioles weren't about to waste that kind of a pitching performance.

  • Jimenez struggles in loss to hot-hitting Rays
    A potent offense met a struggling pitching staff, and the results were predictable Friday night at Tropicana Field, where the Rays defeated the Orioles 15-5.

  • Lack of quality starts a concern for Showalter
    The Orioles' pitching problems continued to mount Friday night, as Baltimore watched starter Ubaldo Jimenez exit in the third inning en route to a 15-5 rout by Tampa Bay that put the O's woes -- in the rotation and bullpen -- on full display.

  • Orioles sign three of top four Draft picks
    The Orioles signed two of their top pitchers on Friday, inking second-round supplemental Draft pick Zac Lowther and third-rounder Michael Baumann. The club also signed second-round high-school shortstop Adam Hall for $1.3 million, which is over slot for p

  • Manny Machado: Me in Real Life
    Manny Machado shares what it means to him to play for the Orioles and give back to the community in Baltimore.

  • O's can't capitalize on prime chances in 2nd
    The Orioles faithful rose with the crack of the bat, suddenly intoxicated by the possibility of slugger Mark Trumbo's follow through. Perhaps this night would be different, and Baltimore would not wilt due to poor pitching. Perhaps Trumbo's second-inning

  • Russell fills in as Buck attends grandson's birth
    Manager Buck Showalter was not in Baltimore for the Orioles' series finale against the Indians on Thursday, as he was with his family in Dallas for the birth of his first grandchild -- a boy weighing 9 pounds, 1 ounce. Bench coach John Russell filled in f

  • Miley scuffles as O's 5-run streak reaches 19
    A three-RBI night by Austin Jackson gave Indians starter Mike Clevinger just enough cushion to go a solid five innings, as the Indians secured a series victory with a 6-3 win over the Orioles on Thursday night at Camden Yards.

  • One-armed catcher Terry awes Orioles
    It was the caption that caught Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph's eye: "One-armed catcher." Messing around on his phone in the home clubhouse at Camden Yards earlier this season, Joseph couldn't stop replaying the Twitter video of Luke Terry, his excitement g

  • Gausman solid, but O's unable to get big hit
    Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco was nearly untouchable for the first six innings of Wednesday night's game against the Orioles, fanning a season-high 10 batters. Carrasco -- who ran into trouble in the seventh but was bailed out by relief ace Andrew

  • Britton feels good day after first rehab outing
    Zach Britton hasn't started a Major League game since 2013, instead taking ownership of the ninth inning as the Orioles' closer over the past four seasons. But there he was Tuesday night, warming up for the first inning of Class A Short-Season Aberdeen's

  • Machado notches 10th career multi-HR game
    Manny Machado had a huge night for the Orioles in a 6-5 win over Cleveland, as the third baseman continues to show encouraging signs at the plate.

  • Macho Manny: Machado leads O's comeback
    With the Orioles' rotation struggles on full display, Baltimore's offense provided a little pick-me-up Tuesday night at Camden Yards. Adam Jones doubled in Manny Machado -- who homered twice -- for the go-ahead run off of Brian Shaw in the seventh inning

  • O's Machado, Castillo in need of AS boost
    The Orioles have struggled in the month of June, and Manny Machado and new Oriole Welington Castillo's All-Star chances are fading along with it. The pair, who each fell from third to fourth in their respective positions Tuesday, need your help to get to

  • Baltimore RBI team gets thrill from Lindor visit
    Will Brown has been a coach within the Baltimore Orioles' RBI league for 21 years, and he had never experienced a player from another Major League team visit with the players in his league until Tuesday afternoon.

  • O's shut down by dominant Tribe
    The Indians unloaded for 17 hits, including seven doubles, and Corey Kluber rolled with a shutout as Cleveland cruised to its sixth consecutive win with Monday's 12-0 series-opening victory over Baltimore.

  • Wrist fracture could sideline Hardy for 2 months
    The Orioles' injuries keep piling up, as Baltimore will be without shortstop J.J. Hardy for what looks like two months with a non-displaced right wrist fracture.

  • O's searching for consistency among arms
    Baltimore righty Dylan Bundy walked off the mound Monday, having been unable to complete the fifth inning for the first time this season. Unfortunately, it was a common sight for the Orioles, who have been bogged down by ineffective pitching -- in both th

  • LAST DAY! All-Star voting ends 11:59 p.m. ET
    Which Orioles are #ASGWorthy? Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends at 11:59 p.m. ET.

  • MLB.TV: Watch every night on every device
    Yearly subscriptions have been lowered to $99.99 for MLB.TV Premium and $79.99 for Single Team subscriptions, making it a good time to join a celebration of 15 years for the world's longest-running and most successful live streaming sports product.

  • O's Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Orioles have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Baltimore's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.

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