Pitching Or Power?
Remembering Flood's Historic Fight
With a limited amount of talent on the market, there may be little the O's can do. If they have to choose between offense and pitching, which should they pursue?
It has been 36 years since Curt Flood’s antitrust lawsuit against commissioner Bowie Kuhn and Major League Baseball. Brad Snyder’s "A Well-Paid Slave: Curt Flood’s Fight for Free Agency in Professional Sports" (Viking) is an effective argument for a
reconsideration of the man and his struggle
Orioles Sign Jamie Walker
In an effort to add experience and depth to the bullpen, the Orioles signed left-handed reliever Jamie Walker to a three-year contract worth nearly $12 million.
Using Value-Added Mazzone Factor
For an Orioles front office that needs help luring free-agent fish, big or small, one asset not often discussed is pitching coach Leo Mazzone.
Forty Octobers Later
As fans celebrate the Orioles' 1966 Championship, present Vice President Jim Duquette wonders how to recapture the magic.
Orioles Playoff History Trivia Quiz
Sure, Camden Yards is empty now, but the Orioles have had their share of postseason magic. While the Cardinals and Tigers battle it out in the World Series, test your sports smarts with PressBox's Orioles postseason trivia quiz.
1966: A Season for the Ages
Mike Gibbons looks back on the Baltimore Orioles' 1966 World Championship team as a season when heroes were made and legends were born. The Babe Ruth Museum will present a special reunion of the team on Thursday.
A Look Back at the O's 2006 Season
When a team finishes its ninth straight losing season with a record of 70-92, it's hard to find a silver lining, but, the 2006 Orioles were not without positives.
Frank Says Goodbye
The Nationals had a "Thanks Frank" day Sunday. And while Robinson said he wasn't retiring, he knows he has managed his last game in uniform
.2006 MLB Postseason Blog
From the opening pitch of the Division Series to the last champagne spray of the World Series, let PressBox be your guide to the postseason. Check in throughout the playoffs for updates from Stan the Fan, Craig Heist and Jim Henneman.
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