2019 Orioles Spring Training Preview
Todd Karpovich previews spring training for the Orioles, from the competition to fill out the starting rotation to Chris Davis' road to redemption to the battle for the right field and catcher spots.
MLB Owners, Players Start Process Of Overhauling National Pastime
Stan "The Fan" Charles looks at some of the rules changes that are reportedly being discussed by MLB and the MLB Players Association and shares his take on how they could change the action on the field and the economics within the game.
Jim Henneman: Former Oriole Frank Robinson Typified Dedication, Excellence
Jim Henneman reflects on the career and legacy of Frank Robinson and shares his memories of the legendary Orioles Hall of Famer, from dedicated player, manager and executive to devoted basketball fan.
Ricig's World Of Sports: New Camden Yards Tour
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano imagines possible stops on a new Camden Yards tour.
Billy Joel Concert First Step Of Orioles' New Entertainment Venture
Billy Joel's July 26 performance in Baltimore -- the first-ever concert at Camden Yards -- is a play to draw more people to downtown Baltimore and a shift away from the Orioles' long-held reluctance to open the field to more than baseball games.
Mike Bordick Weighs In On Potential MLB Rule Changes
Former Orioles shortstop and current MASN analyst Mike Bordick shares his take on some of the potential MLB rule changes that have reportedly been discussed, from a universal designated hitter to a three-batter minimum for relievers.
Baseball Hall Of Fame Facing Perfect Storm In 2022
Jim Henneman says there's a perfect storm approaching for the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2022, with Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens in their last year of eligibility on the BBWAA ballot and Alex Rodriguez and David Ortiz in their first.
Michael Olesker: Frank Robinson's Death Serves As Reminder Of Baltimore's Racial Legacy
In remembering Orioles legend Frank Robinson's accomplishments on the baseball field, Michael Olesker says it's important to also remember the era in which he played and the historical obstacles he faced.
As Spring Training Kicks Off, New Goals Arise For Orioles
After the Orioles went a franchise-worst 47-115 in 2018, starting pitcher Dylan Bundy and his teammates are welcoming a fresh start. "That was in the past," Bundy said, "and now we are looking forward to spring training."
Boog Powell: Frank Robinson Brought Attitude To The Orioles
Boog Powell looks back on the impact longtime teammate Frank Robinson had on the Orioles, and he says his influence extended far beyond his MVP-caliber production with the bat and Gold Glove fielding ability.
Orioles Announce 2019 Minor League Coaching Staffs
The Orioles announced the coaching staffs for their seven minor league affiliates for the 2019 season, and former Double-A Bowie manager Gary Kendall moves to Triple-A Norfolk.
Frank Robinson, Former Orioles Legend, Dies At 83
Frank Robinson, who pushed the Orioles over the top and later became baseball's first African-American manager, died Feb. 7. He was 83.
Orioles Manager Brandon Hyde: 'I've Surrounded Myself With Awesome People'
"I think the people you have around you as a manager are really, really important," Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said of his new coaching staff. "I feel like I've surrounded myself with awesome people, so I feel good about that."
Fred Manfra, Suzyn Waldman On 'Stopper' Mike Mussina's Orioles, Yankees Days
Former Orioles radio broadcaster Fred Manfra and current Yankees radio broadcaster Suzyn Waldman share their perspectives on newly-minted Hall of Fame pitcher Mike Mussina.
Major League Baseball Players May Get The Short End Of The Stick
Stan "The Fan" Charles says there's good news and bad news as pitchers and catchers get set to report for spring training for the 2019 baseball season.
Orioles Fans Hope 115-Loss Season Kick-Starts Rebuilding Effort
While Orioles fans may be optimistic about the club's new direction with GM Mike Elias, Jim Henneman says it's important to remember that the 2018 season was merely step one of the process.
After Making 'A Lot Of Changes,' Orioles' Chris Davis Aims To Turn Page On 2018
After finishing 2018 with a .168 batting average and .539 OPS, Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is aiming to turn the page with the 2019 season looming. "I made a lot of changes this offseason," Davis said.
Why Has Baseball's Hot Stove Been So Cold?
MLB's hot stove never really heated up this offseason, with more than 100 free agents still available less than a month before spring training games begin. Eno Sarris of The Athletic weighed in on the slow market and its ramifications.
Mike Mussina's Brother Mark On His HOF Election, Orioles Career And More
Mike Mussina's biggest fan throughout his career may have been his brother, Mark. Mark Mussina talked about his brother's Hall of Fame election, his Orioles career and more.
Fans Excited About New Era For The Orioles
Optimism was abound Jan. 26 at Orioles FanFest, where 8,000 supporters turned out. "...It looks like much of Birdland has fully bought in and is ready to go through the growing pains with Elias, Hyde and crew," one fan said.