Team News: Baltimore Orioles

  • Youth is served: Orioles' best rookie this season
    Each year, a new group of rookies sets out to make a mark in the Major Leagues, and in 2018, many of these young players have made history with their performances. With the aid of all 30 beat writers, here's a look at each team's best rookie this

  • Stewart's career day leads O's to victory
    DJ Stewart had a couple career moments as the Orioles took the series finale from the Blue Jays. He lifted his first Major League home run off the top of the right-field foul pole in the third and worked a 12-pitch at-bat for his first career double in th

  • Ramirez faces former club in opener
    Yefry Ramirez will start for the second time against the Yankees on Friday at 7:05 p.m. at Yankee Stadium. Ramirez, who was sent from the New York to the Orioles in 2017, is 0-2 with a 7.50 ERA in three appearances. On Aug. 26, he pitched three scoreless

  • Throwing error proves costly as O's fall to Jays
    Dylan Bundy looked as if he was cruising to his second straight win, but the Blue Jays scored four runs with two outs in the seventh inning to hand the Orioles a 6-4 loss.

  • Stewart's first MLB hit? A Little League homer
    After 13 hitless at-bats, DJ Stewart finally has his first Major League hit, and it was a Little League home run.

  • Orioles make history with Braille jerseys
    Orioles make history with Braille jerseys

  • O's blanked as bullpen can't slow Blue Jays
    Evan Phillips, who had only one Minor League start, was the Orioles' designated opener. Phillips allowed three runs in the second inning of the Orioles' 5-0 loss to the Blue Jays at Camden Yards.

  • 30 breakout performers -- 1 for each team
    Today we take a look at players on each team who, in 2018, had the breakthrough year that augurs great things for the future. Some of them are rookies, some of them just finally turned the corner, but all of them are players we'll be talking about for yea

  • Mullins' career-high 4 hits leads O's to win
    Adam Jones and Jonathan Villar each homered and the Orioles used a five-run first inning -- and a career-high four hits from Cedric Mullins -- in Sunday's win over the White Sox. Chicago starter Lucas Giolito went six innings, holding the O's to just one

  • No certainty for Showalter as O's wrap season
    As the season winds down, Orioles manager Buck Showalter finds himself in an interesting situation this year when he sits down for his yearly end-of-season meeting with players.

  • O's can't capitalize on Ramirez's strong start
    Yefry Ramirez, making his first start since August 19, held Chicago to just one run over a solid 5 2/3 innings in the 2-0 series loss to the White Sox. The 24-year-old rookie, moved into the rotation out of necessity after four relief appearances, made th

  • Mancini, Orioles fall short in comeback vs. Sox
    Luis Ortiz's first career Major League start ended abruptly, Trey Mancini homered twice and a comeback bid fell short in the Orioles' 8-6, series-opening loss to the White Sox on Friday night at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

  • Mullins named O's Minors Player of the Year
    Outfielder Cedric Mullins and left-handed pitchers Keegan Akin and Zac Lowther were recognized Friday as the club's top Minor League players. The trio will be honored in a pre-game ceremony prior to Saturday's Orioles-White Sox game.

  • Who is every club's September hero?
    These are the players who rose to the occasion when the pressure was at its peak.

  • Bundy finds form with 8-K gem vs. A's
    Dylan Bundy allowed two runs in six innings for his first quality start in more than a month as the Orioles staved off an A's sweep at Camden Yards. Bundy fanned eight against zero walks. Oakland fell 1 1/2 back of the Yankees in the AL Wild Card -- not f

  • O's in wait-and-see mode with Cashner, Cobb
    The Orioles' starting rotation is in disarray with veterans Andrew Cashner and Alex Cobb currently dealing with injuries.

  • Diaz boosted stock with strong season
    MLB Pipeline's Top 100 prospects list changes greatly from the start of the season to it's conclusion. There are graduates, additions and subtractions during our full re-rank over the summer and this year, for the first time, we introduced Market Correcti

  • Former All-Star hurler O'Dell passes away at 85
    Billy O'Dell -- a two-time All-Star for the Orioles who never spent a day in the Minor Leagues and won 19 games for the 1962 Giants during a 13-year Major League career -- died at age 85, it was announced on Thursday. The Whitaker Funeral Home in Newberry

  • Most important number for each AL East club
    Plenty of factors sent every team in the American League East in the direction they've headed this season. Every team also has one number or statistic that has defined its season.

  • Orioles can't recover from 10-run 3rd inning
    There was no silver lining for the Orioles in Wednesday's 10-0 loss to the A's. Instead, the drubbing by Oakland was a stark reminder of how the O's got here in the first place -- and how much work they still need to do in all facets of the game to be com

  • Every team's single-season saves leader
    Edwin Diaz's chase for history is in its final weeks. The Mariners have 18 games left to play in the regular season. Diaz has 54 saves -- eight shy of the Major League single-season record of 62, set by the Angels' Francisco Rodriguez in 2008.

  • Cobb exits after 2 with blister as O's drop opener
    Alex Cobb, who had Sunday's start pushed back to manage a blister, seemed to succumb to a blister on his right middle finger after just two innings in the 3-2 series-opening loss to the A's.

  • O's select Stewart's contract from Triple-A
    The Orioles selected the contract of outfield prospect DJ Stewart from Triple-A Norfolk, the club announced prior to its game against the A's on Tuesday. In addition, Baltimore recalled right-hander Cody Carroll from Norfolk, reinstated catcher Andrew Sus

  • Jones shows off Cookie Monster shoes
    Jones shows off Cookie Monster shoes

  • 30 players better than their 2018 numbers
    This week at The Thirty, we take a look at players you might have expected to have a better season than they have, for whatever reason, whether it's a slump, injury or just bad luck. These players are likely to bounce back next year: They're too talented

  • O's can't recover after Rogers hit hard early
    No one said it would be easy. The long rebuild the Orioles find themselves in has forced the tough task of teaching, developing and -- most important -- evaluating young players at the Major League level. Perhaps some were ready for the promotion. Some we

  • Akin looks to build on career year in Minors
    Double-A Bowie's Keegan Akin -- the O's second-round Draft pick in 2016 -- was named the Eastern League Pitcher of the Year last week, the first Orioles pitcher in a decade (Brad Bergesen, '08) to take home the honors.

  • First-inning folly sets tone in O's loss to Rays
    A throwing error. A wild pitch. A double-steal attempt that saw the Rays swipe another run. Perhaps never has an inning been such a microcosm of the Orioles' 2018 season as the opening frame was on Saturday night: littered with miscues, mental blunders an

  • Putting O's first, Jones again out of lineup
    Orioles outfielder Adam Jones was not in Saturday's lineup, marking the second consecutive game he's missed -- and third this week -- as the organization has decided to prioritize getting a look at some of its younger players. Jones, who is healthy, exerc

  • The best season in every club's history
    The Orioles are set to make history on Sept. 18, when they become the first team in American professional sports to wear Braille lettering on their gameday uniforms.

  • Bundy beaten by long ball in St. Pete
    Dylan Bundy continued his baffling summer slide Friday night, surrendering six runs in the form of two three-run homers over four innings in the 14-2 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field.

  • Hess dons football helmet after pigskin mishap
    Hess dons football helmet after pigskin mishap

  • O's will be first team to don Braille uniforms
    The Orioles are set to make history on Sept. 18, when they become the first team in American professional sports to wear Braille lettering on their gameday uniforms.

  • Most pressing questions for O's, AL East
    Some teams are playing for October, while others are already looking ahead to next spring. But no matter what position each respective club is in, the final month of the season still holds some intrigue. Here's one looming question that remains for each A

  • Cashner allows 3 HRs as O's miss opportunities
    The Orioles couldn't take advantage of the Mariners' defensive miscues in a 5-2 loss in Wednesday night's series finale at Safeco field.

  • 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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