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Jonathan Schoop On The Orioles: 'This Is The Team That Gave Me The Chance'

Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop isn't letting his contract status affect his mindset during spring training. "I'm not thinking about an extension," Schoop said. "... I'm coming here to play and train to help my team win."

Orioles Re-Sign Chris Tillman To One-Year Deal

Chris Tillman is returning to the Orioles on a one-year, incentive-laden contract, according to reports.

Orioles' Chris Davis: 'I Have To Be A Better Player'

Orioles slugger Chris Davis knew things had to change after last season's disappointing results, and he spent the offseason working with hitting coach Scott Coolbaugh on a different approach. "I feel like I'm back to my old self," Davis said.

Andrew Cashner Signing Doesn't Justify Orioles' Decision Not To Rebuild

Glenn Clark has one problem with the Baltimore Orioles' signing of Andrew Cashner. It doesn't give them a roster to contend in the AL East this season and it doesn't help them rebuild for the future.

Orioles' Adam Jones: 'I Want To Win. It's Not About Money'

Baltimore center fielder Adam Jones is scheduled to hit free agency this fall. "I want to win. It's not about money. It's winning," he said Feb. 18.

Playing WAR Games In Order To Analyze Orioles Pitching Greats

Dan Connolly looks at what modern metrics -- particularly WAR, or Wins Above Replacement -- say about the greatest pitchers in Orioles history.

Manny Machado: 'I'm Here To Be An Oriole'

Orioles shortstop Manny Machado reported to spring training Feb. 17 and discussed trade rumors, his position change and more.

Orioles Pleased With Andrew Cashner Addition, But Rotation Holes Remain

"He's a competitor, man," Brad Brach said of Andrew Cashner. "When he goes out there, there's not many guys that I've seen out there and as fired [up] as he is. He wants to have the ball. That's the kind of guy you want on your team."

Breaking Down Andrew Cashner's Two-Year Deal

Stan "The Fan" takes a closer look at right-handed pitcher Andrew Cashner's two-year, $16 million deal and breaks down what it means for the 2018 Orioles.

2018 Hall Of Fame Voting Sets Up 'Perfect Storm' For Next Few Years

Jim Henneman says the results of baseball's 2018 Hall of Fame show that the pro and con attitudes about steroid use appear to be headed for a perfect storm scenario with the next few years.

Andrew Cashner Ready To Join Orioles' Starting Rotation

"It's one of my favorite places to pitch," newly signed right-hander Andrew Cashner said of Camden Yards. "So I'm looking forward to making that my home [stadium] every night."

Is The Andrew Cashner Signing Good For The Orioles?

Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark react to the news of the Orioles signing right-handed pitcher Andrew Cashner to a two-year deal.

Orioles Sign RHP Andrew Cashner To Two-Year Deal

The Orioles have signed right-handed pitcher Andrew Cashner to a two-year, $16 million contract. Last year, Cashner was 11-11 with a 3.40 ERA in 28 starts with the Rangers.

Will Chris Tillman Be Back With Orioles In 2018?

Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark discuss the start of spring training and make their picks for the pitcher they want the Orioles to sign and the pitcher they think the Orioles might sign.

Orioles Closer Zach Britton Talks Recovery, Free Agency

As Zach Britton works to recover from his torn Achilles, the Orioles closer is staying involved by mentoring younger pitchers and he says he'd like to stay in Baltimore beyond 2018.

Five Things To Know About Orioles Prospect Cedric Mullins

Despite his status as a 13th-round pick, Cedric Mullins has risen quickly during his first three years in the Orioles' system and has the speed to be a top-of-the-order batter.

Kevin Gausman Adjusts To New Role As Orioles' Staff Leader

As pitchers and catchers report to Orioles spring training, Kevin Gausman is the unmistakable leader of the pitching staff. "It's a new step," Gausman said. "... I'm looking forward to it."

A Fan's Guide To Orioles Spring Training In Sarasota

If you're planning to head south to see Orioles spring training in Sarasota, Fla., Rich Dubroff has some helpful tips to get the most out of your trip.

Orioles 2018 Spring Training Preview

Which Orioles are fighting for a roster spot? Who are the top prospects to watch? Rich Dubroff breaks it all down in his 2018 spring training preview.

Should The Orioles Sign R.A. Dickey?

Stan "The Fan" says the Orioles should seriously considering signing knuckleball pitcher R.A. Dickey, who could provide reliable outings and veteran leadership.