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.
The Ross Grimsley Show: Oct. 15, 2019
Former Orioles left-hander Ross Grimsley talks Orioles, MLB playoffs and more.
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.
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.
Fantasy Baseball 2019: Learning From Mistakes
Phil Backert evaluates some of the mistakes he made at the beginning of the 2019 fantasy baseball season, including his expectation of a breakout season for Rockies outfielder David Dahl.
Jim Callis On Orioles' Options With No. 2 Pick In 2020 MLB Draft
MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis weighs in on a few college prospects the Orioles could target with the No. 2 overall pick in 2020, including Vanderbilt infielder Austin Martin, Georgia right-hander Emerson Hancock and Arizona State first baseman Spencer Torkelson.
Gary Kendall 'Really Impressed' With Orioles During Big-League Coaching Stint
"I was really impressed," Norfolk Tides manager Gary Kendall said of the attitude he saw from the Orioles during the time he spent with the big-league club at the end of the season. "The communication, the work that was being done ... It was very focused."
MLB Playoffs A Reminder Of How Far Orioles Have To Go
Each of the eight teams in the ALDS and NLDS had at least one former Orioles player on the roster. The current Orioles hoping they can also one day be part of a playoff team ... in Baltimore.
Remembering Orioles Legend Andy Etchebarren While Binge Watching Baseball
Jim Henneman shares a few memories of former Orioles catcher, and later coach, Andy Etchebarren, who passed away Oct. 5 at the age of 76.
The Ross Grimsley Show: Oct. 8, 2019
Former Orioles left-hander Ross Grimsley talks Orioles and MLB playoffs, and former hostage Roy Hallums, who was held in captivity for 311 days in Iraq, talks about his experiences.
Looking Back At The 2019 Fantasy Baseball Season
Phil Backert looks at some highlights from the 2019 fantasy baseball season, including his undervalued picks of Max Kepler and Austin Meadows.
Fantasy Baseball: Pitchers Who Disappointed In 2019
Phil Backert spotlights four fantasy baseball pitchers who disappointed in 2019, from Rockies starter German Marquez to Dodgers reliever Kenley Jansen.
Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Helping Former Players Find New Path
As the chief operating office for the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, Geoff Hixson is focused on helping former professional baseball players answer the question, "What now?"
Stephen Strasburg's New Versatility Essential In Nationals-Dodgers Series
Stan "The Fan" Charles shares his prediction for the Nationals-Dodgers series, and he says Stephen Strasburg could play a key role as early as Game 2.
Orioles Introduce New Senior Management Team
The Orioles have hired T.J. Brightman as SVP and chief revenue officer and promoted Jennifer Grondahl to SVP of community development and communications and Greg Bader to SVP of administration and experience. They join Lisa Tolson, SVP of human resources, as the senior management team.
How Creative Can Orioles Be To Attract More Fans In 2020?
Glenn Clark says the Orioles deserve credit for trying to attract fans to Camden Yards, and he wonders just how creative the club can be in attracting more fans next year.
Which Orioles Showed Enough To Earn Longer Look In 2020?
Matt Kremnitzer looks at several Orioles players who took steps forward in 2019 and should stick around for 2020 and possibly beyond, including John Means and Pedro Severino.
The Ross Grimsley Show: Oct. 1, 2019
Former Orioles left-hander Ross Grimsley talks Orioles and MLB playoffs, and Norfolk Tides manager Gary Kendall joins the show to discuss his time with the big-league club during the final month of the season and his impressions of the roster entering 2020.
Fantasy Baseball: Pitchers Who Surprised In 2019
Phil Backert spotlights four pitchers who surprised fantasy baseball owners in 2019, from Cleveland's Shane Bieber to Texas' Lance Lynn.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' Final 2019 MLB Power Rankings
Stan "The Fan" Charles shares his final MLB power rankings of 2019, and the Baltimore Orioles close out the season at No. 28.