- Hardy makes progress, takes cuts in cage
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy, who is on the 60-day disabled list with a fractured right wrist, hit in the indoor cages on Wednesday and played long toss. He hopes to take on-field batting practice on Friday.
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- Orioles go quietly after Schoop's early blast
Andrew Albers picked up his first Major League victory since 2013 with five innings of one-run ball in his Mariners debut to help Seattle snap a five-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over the Orioles on Tuesday at Safeco Field.
- Schoop sets new career high with 26th homer
Jonathan Schoop, who set a new career high with his 26th home run in the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Mariners at Safeco Field on Tuesday night, stays in frequent contact with former Orioles and current Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz. Playing him means reconnec
- O'Day, Jones excited for Players Weekend
Orioles reliever Darren O'Day has waited a long time to take the field with his family's original last name on his back.
- Jones ascends to 5th on O's all-time hits list
Adam Jones moved past Boog Powell for the fifth most hits in Orioles franchise history on Monday against the Mariners.
- Manny's 2nd slam of '17 fuels O's 4-HR rout
Manny Machado's grand slam led a four-homer attack as the Orioles blasted the Mariners, 11-3, on Monday night to pull within two games of the second Wild Card spot in the American League.
- Flaherty hopes to come off DL for homestand
Ryan Flaherty, who is on the 60-day disabled list with a right shoulder strain, was assigned to Class A Frederick for the final stop in his rehab assignment. Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Flaherty, along with Anthony Santander (right elbow strain),
- Machado homers, flirts with cycle vs. A's
Since a valley in early July, Orioles infielder Manny Machado has steadily seen his batting average climb, from .216 to his current mark of .259. Machado did his best to break the .260 barrier Sunday, notching three hits -- a triple, single and and home r
- Hellickson, Orioles done in by A's big inning
Matt Chapman lined a three-run homer just over the left-field wall to cap a five-run fourth inning and lead the A's to a 9-3 win over the Orioles on Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum.
- O's plan to activate Santander this week
Orioles Rule 5 Draft pick Anthony Santander's long-awaited 2017 debut on the 25-man roster will come this week, manager Buck Showalter said before Sunday's series finale against the A's.
- Orioles pounce on A's in first en route to rout
Tim Beckham's two-run double capped a seven-run first inning and the Orioles cruised behind Dylan Bundy to a 12-5 win over the A's on Saturday night at the Coliseum.
- Four-midable: Beckham on hit parade for O's
Orioles leadoff man Tim Beckham didn't mind the 20-minute wait he had to endure in the first inning before extending his hitting streak to 12 games during a 12-5 blowout of the Athletics on Saturday night.
- Hardy progressing, but not ready for activation
J.J. Hardy continues to make steady progress in his recovery from a broken right wrist, but the Orioles shortstop won't come off the disabled list when eligible.
- Davis returns, bats seventh in lineup
Chris Davis returned to the Orioles lineup after a day off and is batting farther down in manager Buck Showalter's lineup than he has since 2014.
- Orioles watch lead slip away in eighth
Chad Pinder hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly in the eighth to cap a two-run rally for the A's, who beat the Orioles, 5-4, Friday night at the Coliseum.
- Jimenez fans season-high 11, exits with injury
Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez seemed more concerned about his high pitch count than he was about being knocked out of Friday night's 5-4 loss to the A's after getting hit in his right calf by a sharp grounder in the sixth inning.
- Hays homers for Bowie
Duane Underwood Jr. had been making strides in recent starts for Double-A Tennessee, though it wasn't until Friday night that the right-hander managed to put it all together
- Mancini has 4th multi-homer game of season
Trey Mancini's big bat has given Orioles manager Buck Showalter a lot of flexibility with his lineup, a point the Baltimore rookie drove home emphatically yet again with two big swings during a 7-2 win over the A's on Thursday night.
- Orioles go back-to-back twice to power past A's
Trey Mancini hit two home runs and the Orioles went back-to-back twice en route to a 7-2 win over the A's Thursday night at the Coliseum.
- Rickard returns one day after HBP to helmet
Orioles outfielder Joey Rickard was back in manager Buck Showalter's lineup Thursday night, one day after getting hit in the head by a pitch from Angels starter Troy Scribner.
- Castillo HRs, but Gausman up and down in loss
The Angels used a big day from C.J. Cron, a solid five innings from Troy Scribner and some stellar relief to end their homestand on a high note with Wednesday's 5-1 series victory over the Orioles.
- Trumbo activated from DL; Hart optioned
The Orioles on Wednesday reinstated Mark Trumbo from the 10-day disabled list, slotting him in as the designated hitter for the matinee matchup against the Angels.
- Johnson traded to White Sox for cash
The Orioles traded right-hander Steve Johnson to the Chicago White Sox in exchange for cash considerations, the team announced on Wednesday afternoon.
- Hellickson racks up 9 K's but O's fall to Halos
Four months ago, the Orioles traded right-hander Parker Bridwell to the Angels in exchange for cash considerations. On Tuesday night, Bridwell helped defeat the team that cast him off by firing seven-innings of one-run ball in the Angels' 3-2 victory over
- O's bats hit bump vs. former 'mate Bridwell
Tuesday night was not a notable one for Baltimore's offense. The Orioles, winners of eight of 10 games coming in, were flummoxed for most of the evening by former Baltimore prospect Parker Bridwell's seven innings.
- Manny's slam spoils Trout's birthday bash
Dylan Bundy struck out a career-high 10 over seven innings and Manny Machado crushed a tie-breaking grand slam as the Orioles spoiled Mike Trout's birthday with a 6-2 win over the Angels in Monday night's series opener at Angel Stadium.
- Machado finding mojo at perfect time for O's
Manny Machado is back in a big way. And the resurgence of one of baseball's best players is a huge boon for a Baltimore club in the thick of the American League Wild Card race.
- Minor Leaguer leaps, tumbles, gets catch
Minor Leaguer leaps, tumbles, gets catch
- Soaring Beckham named Player of the Week
Shortstop Tim Beckham, acquired from the Tampa Bay Rays before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, has earned American League Player of the Week honors after an incredible first seven days with the Orioles.
- Former Orioles slugger Baylor dies at 68
Former big league slugger and manager Don Baylor died Monday after a struggle with multiple myeloma. He was 68.
- Young Baltimore fan trades ball ... for food?
A young fan prepared to trade a baseball for food
- O's back-to-back-to-back first inning sets tone
Jonathan Schoop, Chris Davis and Trey Mancini hit back-to-back-to-back home runs to get the Orioles off to a quick start in their Sunday game against the Tigers.
- Lupica: Buck doesn't stop, nor will the O's
The Orioles went into a four-game series at home against the Tigers having won five in a row. Their manager doesn't quit and they don't either.
- O's Top 30 Prospects list
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