- O's announce Major League coaching staff
The Orioles on Wednesday announced their 2019 Major League coaching staff. They have named Arnie Beyeler as first base coach, Doug Brocail as pitching coach, Tim Cossins as Major League field coordinator/catching instructor, Jose Flores as third base coac
- Martinez, Mo, Moose reflect on HOF honor
The newest members of the Baseball Hall of Fame gathered together for the first time Wednesday in midtown Manhattan, slipping on their new jerseys while lauding each other with compliments -- and asking for some free dinners.
- O's or Yanks cap to adorn Mussina's plaque?
In draping a Hall of Fame jersey over his shoulders on Wednesday afternoon, Mike Mussina quieted a conversation that had become a consensus, and with it, solidified his place in Cooperstown. Now comes the debate.
- Orioles' rotation if season started today
We're less than a month away from Spring Training, so it's a good time to project what each club's Opening Day rotation will look like, or at least what it would look like if the season started today. With the help of all 30 MLB.com beat writers, here's a
- Mussina elected to HOF in sixth year on ballot
One of the most consistently excellent pitchers of his era, Mike Mussina completed his methodical march toward immortality Tuesday. The Baseball Writers' Association of America voted Mussina into the Hall of Fame, where he will be inducted as part of a si
- 11 moments that got Moose to Cooperstown
Mussina's journey -- which included a decade with the Orioles and eight seasons with the Yankees -- was filled with memorable moments, from dominant regular-season starts to stellar postseason outings. Here's a look at some of the highlights that made Moo
- Mountcastle among MLB's Top 10 3B prospects
There is obviously a lot of turnover in the prospect world. Players graduate, they fall off lists, rankings change frequently. Yet the very top of this year's Top 10 third base propsects list is identical to last year's version.
- Here is each team's next Hall of Famer
With the 2019 Hall of Fame class being finalized this week, let's guess the next Hall of Famer to wear each team's hat on his plaque.
- 30 best defensive prospects -- 1 for each team
Evaluating defense is still very much subjective, with metrics measuring fielding still imperfect. Still, each system has glovework that stands out more than others, and we considered many to present one best defender from each organization.
- First Spring Training workout dates for all clubs
Major League Baseball has revealed the first Spring Training workout dates for pitchers and catchers and those for the full squads for all 30 clubs. MLB also announced game times for all Cactus and Grapefruit League action in February and March.
- Mullins eager to seize opportunity with Orioles
This spring is set to be different than last for Cedric Mullins. On the outside of the roster looking in last year, Mullins figures to enter Spring Training this season with not only a chance to win the Orioles' center-field job, but the leadoff-hitter ro
- Inbox: Can analytics solve Davis' struggles?
Orioles FanFest is right around the corner, and Spring Training shortly after that. Before you know it, the O's will be filing into camp at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, Fla., with as many questions as anyone.
- Source: Orioles tab Brocail to be pitching coach
A source confirmed Tuesday that the Orioles have hired veteran pitching coach Doug Brocail to replace Roger McDowell, who had served in the same capacity since November 2016.
- O's new season-ticket plan full of experiences
Want to have lunch with an Orioles legend? Dance with the Oriole Bird atop the dugout? Take on-field batting practice prior to a game at Camden Yards? Those experiences are now easier to come by than ever before, as part of the Orioles' revamped Birdland
- Hall among MLB's best LHP prospects
Jesus Luzardo headlines our Top 10 LHP list, ranking as one of the top pitching prospects in baseball after a tremendous first full season in which he nearly reached the Major Leagues.
- The MLB.com Hall of Fame ballot results are ...
Six MLB.com writers were among those eligible to cast ballots in the 2019 Hall of Fame vote conducted by the Baseball Writers' Association of America. As many as four candidates -- and possibly more -- could be elected, according to the public ballots ama
- O's help MLB, Discovery Ed teach STEM
MLB and Discovery Education have partnered to showcase the wide of range of baseball careers students can pursue through studying STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and math).
- Each team's lineup if season started today
We're less than a month away from Spring Training, so it's a good time to project what each club's Opening Day lineup will look like, or at least what it would look like if the season started today.
- Hyde's path to O's skipper filled with lessons
Brandon Hyde's journey toward becoming the Orioles' new manager came with decades of life lessons, a steady mentality of success and a few big breakthroughs.
- The 1 player most likely to be with O's in '25
Today at the Thirty, we attempt to pick the one player on each team's current 40-man roster who is most likely to still be on that roster in six years.
- O's avoid arbitration with Bundy, Givens, Villar
Friday's deadline to exchange salary figures with arbitration-eligible players came and went without much drama for the Orioles. By inking Dylan Bundy, Mychal Givens and Jonathan Villar to one-year contracts, the club avoided arbitration hearings with all
- Inbox: Any chance Jones returns to Orioles?
In the latest Inbox, beat reporter Joe Trezza answers questions from fans about the chance of a reunion between the Orioles and Adam Jones and more.
- Billy Joel to host concert at Camden Yards
The Orioles announced today that, after attracting more than 70 million visitors to downtown Baltimore and the state of Maryland to enjoy baseball at iconic Camden Yards, the ballclub will partner with Live Nation to present legendary musician Billy Joel
- 10 biggest trades in Orioles history
Since the club moved to Baltimore, trades have played an important role in shaping the history of the Orioles. Some have altered the future of the franchise, while others amounted to little. Some hit big, some hurt. Either way, the years have left a trail
- 1 question for each club before Spring Training
Believe it or not, we're only a little more than one month away from Spring Training.
- Breaking down the O's front-office changes
Last week's hiring of Koby Perez to lead the Orioles' international scouting department marked an important point in this offseason of overhaul in Baltimore. The months to come will be filled with more additions, mostly of the behind-the-scenes variety, w
- Orioles claim RHP Brice from Angels
In their first roster move of the new year, the Orioles added bullpen depth by claiming right-hander Austin Brice off waivers from the Angels.
- Moesquit is Orioles' fastest prospect
Jim Callis, Jonathan Mayo and Mike Rosenbaum identify MLB's fastest prospects -- the best base-stealers and top defenders -- in each organization.
- Perez tasked with building pipeline of talent
Although they possess more bonus pool money than any team in baseball, don't expect the Orioles to make splashes in the international prospect market just yet. General manager and executive vice president Mike Elias all but conceded such Thursday, when ou
- O's tab Perez to helm international scouting
Long before the calendar turned to 2019, new Orioles general manager and executive vice president Mike Elias made one of his resolutions abundantly clear: to make beefing up the club's international talent pipeline a top priority in the New Year. Wednesda
- Each team's best defensive play of 2018
Great defensive plays can leave us awe-inspired and wanting more. As we look back on the 2018 season with the help of each MLB.com beat writer, here is each club's top defensive play of the year.
- Source: Orioles add two to coaching staff
The details of Brandon Hyde's first two coaching hires surfaced Thursday, and both have ties to Hyde's days with the Cubs. Former Phillies first-base coach Jose Flores will be joining Hyde's staff, sources told MLB.com, while the Orioles are also reported
- The best wins of 2018 for all 30 teams
When we look back at the 2018 season, we see countless memorable moments from an exciting MLB campaign. But each club had one signature victory, in many cases embodying its season. With the help of each MLB.com beat writer, here is each club's best win of
- Why Mussina deserves to be in the Hall of Fame
This year, Mike Mussina finally ought to make it into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and breezingly, because he fits every possible definition of a Hall of Fame pitcher and is one of the great baseball pitchers of all time.
- Davis, O's host holiday event for local kids
All the transition this winter has not stopped the Orioles from venturing into the community, where their outreach has long been directed toward helping local children.
- Hyde tackling tough task of assembling staff
Tucked into his new office at Oriole Park this week, Brandon Hyde laid the groundwork for his first immediate task: filling out a coaching staff, that, as the holidays approach, remains completely vacant. For the new manager, that meant phone calls. Lots
- Encarnacion ready to break out in 2019
Who could be the top prospects with breakout 2019 campaigns? William Boor, Jonathan Mayo and Mike Rosenbaum provide one candidate from each organization.
- O's have inside info on Rutschman for Draft
For months now, the Orioles have made no secret how much of their 2019 focus will be poured into three days next June. The O's own the No. 1 pick in the 2019 MLB Draft to be held June 3-5, and with it, they will make a selection that will determine the di
- MLB, MLBPA reach deal with Cuban Federation
Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) jointly announced today an agreement with the Cuban Baseball Federation (FCB) that will provide Cuban baseball players with a safe and legal path to sign with a Major Le
- Jackson on list of top 15 traded prospects
Every offseason, there's a sense of anticipation to see what moves Major League teams will make, either to improve its 25-man rosters or to rebuild the farm system. There is never any question whether prospects will get moved; it's always a matter of how
- Hyde follows Showalter to usher in new O's era
None of it is lost on Brandon Hyde, how tall the task replacing Buck Showalter will be.
- 5 takeaways from Hyde's press conference
Here are five things we learned about O's new skipper Brandon Hyde from his introductory press conference on Monday.
- Hyde on managing Orioles: 'Dream come true'
The Orioles formally introduced Brandon Hyde as the 20th manager in club history on Monday in a press conference at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, completing the next step in rebuilding the club's leadership.
- O's officially name Brandon Hyde manager
For days, the Orioles tamped down reports that their managerial search, still ongoing two weeks into December, had led them to Brandon Hyde. Meanwhile, much of the industry considered Hyde's hiring a foregone conclusion. All the two parties had to do was
- 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 MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
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