The Baltimore Orioles open the 2014 campaign at home against the Boston Red Sox. Can Chris Tillman and Co. knock off the 2013 World Series champions? What does the year ahead have in store for the Birds?
For actor and Baltimore native Josh Charles, the defending champion is still the 1983 Orioles. Watch Charles in action with Keith Olbermann.
As the Orioles prepare to begin the 2014 season, Paul Folkemer breaks down the team's two greatest strengths and two biggest weaknesses. [Full Story]
Even if Chris Davis regresses a bit from 2013, he's still capable of producing the type of offense many players could only dream of. [Full Story]
Paul Folkemer thinks Orioles pitcher Zach Britton, infielder Ryan Flaherty and outfielder David Lough are poised to have breakout 2014 seasons. [Full Story]
PressBox asked 15 members of the Baltimore sports community what they thought the Orioles had to do to be contenders in the American League East in 2014. [Full Story]
Paul Folkemer starts his position-by-position comparisons of the AL East with the infield, and J.J. Hardy ranks as the division's best shortstop. [Full Story]
Stan "The Fan" Charles predicts that manager Buck Showalter will lead the Orioles' strong day-to-day lineup to a second-place finish in the AL East. [Full Story]
Jim Henneman is not surprised Buck Showalter has taken a unique approach to instant replay, hiring former umpire and Boys' Latin grad Adam Gladstone. [Full Story]
MLB commissioner Bud Selig spoke to PressBox about baseball in the mid-Atlantic region, and said, "The Baltimore Orioles made some moves that should put them firmly in the race in the AL East." [Full Story]
Rick Snider says the problem with Budweiser's petition to make Opening Day a paid holiday is every special-interest group would want a day off. [Full Story]