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Orioles Acquire Lefty Swingman Vidal Nuno From Dodgers

In need of another left-hander for the bullpen, Orioles EVP Dan Duquette acquired Vidal Nuno from the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for minor league pitcher Ryan Moseley.

Adam Jones: 'I'm Here For One Reason And That's To Win'

During Adam Jones' first session with the Baltimore media this spring, the center fielder spoke about his outfield positioning, his desire to win, the World Baseball Classic and more.

Manny Machado's Spring Prep Moved Up Due To World Baseball Classic

Orioles third baseman Manny Machado held court with the Baltimore media in Sarasota, Fla. Feb. 18, discussing his preparation for the World Baseball Classic and more.

Chris Davis Takes His Orioles Seniority Seriously

"The older I get and the closer these guys get to free agency ... the more you realize that you have a sense of urgency about winning," Chris Davis said of the Orioles' core entering 2017.

Back Spasms Delay J.J. Hardy's Spring Training Debut

"Not too concerned, just because I've dealt with this pretty much every year," J.J. Hardy said of a lower back injury that will cause him to miss some time during spring training.

Glenn Clark: Orioles Shouldn't Play In World Baseball Classic, Because It's Stupid

Glenn Clark says the World Baseball Classic is absurdly nonsensical, and he says there's no reason for fans to be accepting of players from their favorite teams participating.

Five Things To Know About Orioles Outfielder Seth Smith

The Orioles acquired outfielder Seth Smith from the Mariners this offseason. Here are five things Baltimore fans should know about Eli Manning's former backup quarterback at Ole Miss (seriously).

Jonathan Schoop Excited To Represent Netherlands In World Baseball Classic

Jonathan Schoop will leave spring training Feb. 28 to play for Team Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic, and the Orioles' second baseman is excited for the opportunity to bring more exposure to Curacao.

Pain-Free Darren O'Day Throws To Welington Castillo In First Bullpen Session

Orioles reliever Darren O'Day threw for the first time since last season Feb. 15, and he was pleased with everything from the session, including the work of new catcher Welington Castillo.

The Odd Timing Of Adam Jones' Outfield Critique

Stan "The Fan" Charles says Adam Jones' concerns about the Orioles' outfield defense may be valid, but the timing of the critique is especially puzzling.

Chris Tillman Thinks Shoulder Rehab Is Going Well

Orioles pitcher Chris Tillman is confident his shoulder won't force him to miss much time at the start of the season. "It's been feeling real good throwing, and it's getting stronger, and it's feeling better every day."

Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy: Primed And Ready

After many stops, starts and obstacles during their journeys to the big leagues, Orioles starting pitchers Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman appear poised for stardom.

The 15: Questions For Orioles Spring Training

Rich Dubroff looks at 15 questions surrounding Orioles spring training, including who will be their leadoff hitter, how much will Hyun Soo Kim play against lefties and more.

2017 Orioles Spring Training Preview: Projected 25-Man Roster

Rich Durboff takes a look at the Orioles' projected 25-man roster, and he says if the O's start with 12 pitchers, right-hander Logan Verrett would be the 12th.

2017 Orioles Spring Training Preview: Position Battles

When it comes to spring training position battles, Rich Dubroff says the most interesting choice will be the final spots in the Orioles' bullpen.

2017 Orioles Spring Training Preview: Injury Report

Orioles outfielder Joey Rickard didn't play after July 20, 2016 due to ligament damage to his right thumb, but he's checked out well and appears ready for the 2017 season.

2017 Orioles Spring Training Preview: Who Comes Next?

Barring injuries, much of the Orioles' roster is set, but there are several players who could conceivably make an impact this season, including right-hander Parker Bridwel.

Are The 2017 Orioles Actually Better Than They Were Last Year?

The Orioles appear ready to compete in 2017, but Glenn Clark says, on paper, they aren't really any better than they were last year.

Orioles' 2017 Success Hinges On Dylan Bundy, Kevin Gausman

Dan Connolly says, fair or not, the 2017 Orioles will rise or fall based on the performances of young right-handers Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy.

Baseball's Age-Old Debate: Pitching Vs. Hitting

Baseball is supposedly 45 percent hitting, 25 percent pitching and 25 percent defense, but Jim Henneman says free agency doesn't reflect that.