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After Career Year, Is Trey Mancini A Building Block Or Trade Chip For Orioles?

Trey Mancini had a monster season in 2019, but with three years of team control left and the Orioles rebuilding, is he a long-term piece or a trade chip? Matt Kremnitzer breaks down the numbers and what an extension would look like.

Great World Series ... But Same Old Reviews

Jim Henneman says the 2019 World Series was among the more intriguing in at least a decade -- but was clouded by conversations about television ratings, pace of play and more. Is there a solution?

For Orioles Pitching Guru Chris Holt, Collaboration Key To Expanded Role

Orioles director of pitching Chris Holt says collaboration is key to what the club wants to do in the years ahead. "It's really, really excellent to be working with a group where we value the same goals, value the same means to achieving those goals," Holt said.

Sifting Through Possible Free Agents For Orioles

Stan "The Fan" Charles knows the Orioles won't be in the market for players like Anthony Rendon or Cole Hamels, but he still thinks there's value to be had for a bargain-hunting team. Here are four players he thinks would fit the 2020 Orioles.

Orioles Introduce 6:35 P.M. Weeknight Games For 2020 Season

The Orioles announced start times for 2020 home games, including 16 weeknight 6:35 p.m. games. "The Orioles are committed to providing the most family-friendly experience in Major League Baseball," Greg Bader said.

Ten Named To Modern Baseball Era Ballot For National Baseball Hall Of Fame Consideration

Nine former big league players and one executive are up for consideration for the National Baseball Hall of Fame as part of the Modern Baseball Era ballot. The committee will vote Dec. 8 at the Baseball Winter Meetings.

Chris Davis Donates $3 Million To University of Maryland Children's Hospital

Orioles first baseman Chris Davis and his wife, Jill, announced a $3 million donation to the University of Maryland Children's Hospital Nov. 4. "We were looking to do something on a little bit bigger scale than we've done in the past," Davis said.

ESPN's Tim Kurkjian: Look For Orioles To Make 'Small Moves' This Offseason

ESPN baseball insider Tim Kurkjian says the Orioles' offseason moves are going to be "subtle" changes. "It's going to be Rule 5 guys. It's going to be minor-league free agents and it's going to be that major-league guy who they're going to take a chance on and hope it works out."

Is There Hope For Orioles RHP Alex Cobb?

Can Alex Cobb can stay healthy and return to form for the Orioles in 2020? Matt Kremnitzer breaks down some of the numbers -- and he says Cobb's second half in 2018 provided a glimpse of what he can provide.

Mike Trout, American League MVP? Not So Fast

Jim Henneman shares his thoughts on baseball's MVP voting and makes his picks for this year's MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year and other award winners.

Jim Henneman: Why Root For The Nationals? Why Not?

Ask Jim Henneman why he's rooting for the Washington Nationals in the World Series, and he'll tell you the same thing he told his younger brother, "Why not?"

The Ross Grimsley Show: Oct. 29, 2019

Former Orioles left-hander Ross Grimsley talks World Series, the Orioles and more and chats with ESPN baseball insider Tim Kurkjian.

Stan 'The Fan' Charles: Is 2019 World Series A Dud Or One Packed With Late Punch?

Stan "The Fan" Charles weighs in on the 2019 World Series matchup between the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals and what's in store for Game 6 -- and possible Game 7.

Orioles Seek More Consistency Out Of Bullpen In 2020

One of the main goals for the Orioles this offseason will be putting together a stronger bullpen, and the emergence of Hunter Harvey provides optimism that the solution to their late-inning struggles in 2019 may be found in-house.

Jim Henneman: The Defining Moment Of The ALCS ... And The Unanswerable Question

Jim Henneman shares his thoughts on the Nationals-Astros World Series matchup, the four marquee pitchers in the series and more.

The Ross Grimsley Show: Oct. 22, 2019

Former Orioles left-hander Ross Grimsley talks Orioles, previews the World Series and chats with former Oriole and current YES Network analyst Ken Singleton.

Jim Henneman: Could Phillies President Andy MacPhail Turn To His Former Manager?

Jim Henneman wonders how much the past reflects the present in the Phillies' ongoing search for a new manager. Will Phillies president Andy MacPhail turn to his former manager, Buck Showalter?

A Look At The Seven Remaining Managerial Openings In MLB

Stan "The Fan" Charles breaks down the seven remaining managerial openings in baseball after the Angels hired Joe Maddon, and he says Philadelphia represents Buck Showalter's only chance to get back into a dugout next year.

What Can Orioles Take From Astros' Success On The Mound?

The Astros are one win away from the World Series in no small part because of their starting pitching, which is led by right-handers Gerrit Cole, Justin Verlander and Zack Greinke -- all of whom were acquired via trade.

Orioles Should Offer Intriguing Outfield Mix In 2020

Given his productive play in September, Austin Hays looks like the 2020 opening day center fielder for the Orioles. Matt Kremnitzer looks at Hays' September and how the rest of the outfield is shaping up.