Why Mark Trumbo Continues To Play Outfield For Orioles
While many fans may wonder why the Orioles continue to play Mark Trumbo in right field despite his defensive shortcomings, the stats show he's a far better hitter when he's playing the field.
Would Manny Machado-Addison Russell Deal Make Sense For Orioles?
Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark discuss the Manny Machado-Addison Russell trade talk and whether the deal would make sense for the Orioles despite Russell's on-field struggles and off-field questions.
When Trade Deadline Nears, Would Orioles Trade Adam Jones, Too?
With the Orioles' fortunes sagging, will the team consider trading Adam Jones before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline?
Rafael Palmeiro 'Definitely' Wants Opportunity In Major League Organization
Rafael Palmeiro is playing for the independent league Cleburne Railroaders alongside his son, Patrick, and wants a shot with a big league organization. But the former Orioles first baseman says it's not about re-setting his Hall of Fame clock.
Do The Orioles Need A Left-Handed Hitting Outfielder?
A hip injury to Colby Rasmus and the demotion of Anthony Santander have left the Orioles without a left-handed hitting outfielder on the active roster, but there are some candidates in the minors.
Buck Showalter: Chris Davis Struggling To Find 'Consistent Feel'
Chris Davis has struck out 60 times in 41 games and is on pace to strike out a major-league record 229 times this season. "It's been tough to get that consistent feel for him," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: May 21, 2018
Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers of the past week, from Red Sox outfielder J.D. Martinez to Cubs second baseman Javier Baez.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: May 21, 2018
Where do the Baltimore Orioles stand in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings?
Orioles' Season Of Futility Continues With 13 Hits And No Runs
They Orioles got 13 hits against the Red Sox May 20, but they didn't score in a 5-0 loss. "We've still got seven games on this road trip," Trey Mancini said. "You've just got to keep looking forward."
Despite Orioles' Poor Record, Jonathan Schoop Continues To Excel
"It means a lot. It's a great honor," Jonathan Schoop said of passing Brian Roberts for most home runs by an Orioles second baseman. "He was one of the guys who taught me a lot of things that I know now."
Alex Cobb Gets First Win As Orioles Break Road Losing Streak
Two streaks that were gnawing at the Orioles came to an end with a 7-4 win against the Red Sox May 18. Alex Cobb got his first win as an Oriole, and Baltimore snapped its 13-game road losing streak.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: May 18, 2018
Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners target Marlins closer Brad Ziegler and Phillies starter Nick Pivetta.
Kevin Gausman's Frustrating Night Leads To Orioles' Record-Tying Loss
The Orioles' 6-2 loss to the Red Sox May 17 was their 13th straight road loss, tying a franchise record set in the midst of their 0-21 start in 1988.
Orioles Send Slumping Caleb Joseph Down To Norfolk
The Orioles optioned Caleb Joseph to Triple-A Norfolk and replaced him with catcher Andrew Susac, who is batting .296 with three home runs and 14 RBIs with the Tides.
First MLB Experience 'Really Special' For Orioles' David Hess
Orioles right-hander David Hess reflects on the emotions of his first major league win and the silver lining of getting sent back to the minors.
Orioles' Andrew Cashner Continues To Struggle
Andrew Cashner has had a difficult start to his Orioles career, but he's trying to stay positive. "It can't go this bad the whole season," Cashner said. "You can get frustrated and get down, but you just have to trust the process and keep going."
Orioles' Zach Britton Ramps Up His Rehab
Zach Britton is ramping up his rehab from a torn right Achilles tendon, and the Orioles left-hander threw live batting practice for the first time May 15.
Davey Johnson Still Loves Baltimore And The Orioles
Longtime Baltimore Orioles second baseman and onetime manager Davey Johnson still has a soft spot for his adopted hometown.
Ben McDonald's Second Act
Ben McDonald's authenticity has made him a fan-favorite for years, however, his transition from player to commentator was anything but seamless.
Chance Sisco Hopes To Be The Strong, Quiet Leader Behind The Plate
"He's kind of on the quiet side, so you kind of have to pry it out of him sometimes," Kevin Gausman said of Orioles catcher Chance Sisco. "He likes talking the game. That's one thing I've noticed. He pays attention."