Orioles End Busy Week With Flurry Of Activity
The O's non-tendered pitcher Vance Worley, Dec. 2, among other moves, as the organization prepares for the upcoming Winter Meetings.
New CBA Changes Rule On All-Star Game And Home-Field Advantage
Thanks to the new collective bargaining agreement, the pennant winner with the most wins will get home-field advantage in the World Series for the first time in baseball history.
It's Time For MLB To Change The Option Rule
Jim Henneman says Orioles pitcher Kevin Gausman is a prime example of why it's time for Major League Baseball to change the option rule.
Could Matt Wieters Stay In Baltimore?
Stan "The Fan" Charles looks at the potential suitors for Matt Wieters and whether there's a path that could lead the catcher back to the Orioles for 2017 and beyond.
Which Outfielders Might The Orioles Target For 2017?
With only Adam Jones, Hyun Soo Kim and Joey Rickard set to return, the Baltimore Orioles have at least two openings in the outfield, but who would be the right fit?
Orioles' Roster Uncertain Entering Non-Tender Deadline
The Baltimore Orioles have been known to make some big moves the week before MLB Winter Meetings, but that may not be the case this year.
Remembering The 10 Former Orioles On The 2017 Hall Of Fame Ballot
Rich Dubroff takes a look at the 10 former Baltimore Orioles on this year's Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, and he says Melvin Mora may be one of the most underappreciated modern Orioles.
Five Things to Know About Orioles LHP Prospect Keegan Akin
The No. 6 prospect in the Orioles' system, left-hander Keegan Akin pitched just 26 innings in 2016, allowing him to adjust to the speed of the pro game.
Orioles Announce New Pitching, Bullpen Coaches
The Orioles announced Nov. 22 the hiring of Roger McDowell, who will become the team's' sixth pitching coach since Buck Showalter became manager in August 2010.
With Influence Of Sabermetrics, BBWAA Needs To Rethink Value
Mike Trout may have run away with the AL MVP voting and ranked as the league's best in WAR, but Jim Henneman says that doesn't make him the most valuable player.
In An Uncertain Orioles Offseason, One Certainty Exists
With a possible opening in the infield and certainly one in the outfield, it's a safe bet the Orioles will extend their Rule 5 draft streak to 11 straight years.
Dan Duquette: Chris Tillman Extension 'Something We Can Explore Again'
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette discusses the team's options at catcher, Chris Tillman's future and a potential internal candidate to fill the pitching coach vacancy.
For Orioles, Matt Wieters Alternatives Don't Measure Up
Rich Dubroff says allowing Matt Wieters to leave the Orioles without getting even a draft pick for him doesn't seem wise, as this year's free-agent catching class features a weak lot.
Baseball Voters Have Changed Cy Young Award Forever
Stan "The Fan" says the baseball writers should change the distinction of the Cy Young Award to starters only, because by not voting Orioles closer Zach Britton as a finalist, they already have.
Zach Britton Deserved Better In Cy Young Consideration
Rich Dubroff reveals his vote for the American League Cy Young Award, and he says Orioles closer Zach Britton deserves far better than fourth place.
Changes Needed To Boost Prestige Of Reliever Awards
Dan Connolly says Zach Britton's exclusion from the list of Cy Young finalists proves the award is officially for starters only, so MLB should find a way to properly recognize relievers.
Dylan Bundy's Renaissance Provides 2016 Orioles' Biggest Success Story
Though he's far from a finished product, Dylan Bundy's future with the Orioles looks brighter than it ever has, thanks to a resurgent 2016 season that was several years in the making.
Only Guarantee In Birdland Is Cost Of Business Going Up
Stan "The Fan" takes a look at the Orioles' 2017 payroll and says one thing is certain, if the O's want to be a contender, they are going to need to spend more money.
A Guaranteed Way To Shorten Baseball Games
Jim Henneman says the game of baseball is fine, but if MLB commissioner Rob Manfred wants to speed it up, he needs to start at the top.
Who Were Best AL East Infielders In 2016?
Paul Folkemer ranks the top infielders in the American League East for 2016 and looks back at how the end-of-season results compare to his preseason predictions.