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Orioles Listening To Offers For Manny Machado

"There's a lot of interest in Manny [Machado]," Dan Duquette said. "And a couple of clubs requested a meeting, so we met with a couple of clubs specifically on that issue."

Dan Duquette: Orioles May Have To Be More Aggressive In Free-Agent Pursuit

"There are so many teams looking for pitching," Dan Duquette said during the first day of the MLB Winter Meetings. "We might have to be more proactive. ... We've probably got to move a little bit quicker."

'Financially Enhanced' Trades, Such As Giancarlo Stanton Deal, Shouldn't Be Allowed

Jim Henneman says the Marlins' trade of Giancarlo Stanton to the Yankees is just the latest example of a team buying its way out of a contract it couldn't afford in the first place, and MLB shouldn't allow these types of deals.

Former Oriole Rafael Palmeiro Wants Another Shot At The Major Leagues

Do you think the Orioles could use a 53-year-old left-handed hitter? Apparently, Rafael Palmeiro thinks they -- and any other major league team -- could.

Orioles' 2017 Winter Meetings Preview

The MLB Winter Meetings will take place Dec. 10-14, and Rich Dubroff highlights five things to look for as the Orioles begin to make plans for next season.

Could The Orioles Sign LHP CC Sabathia?

Would free-agent pitcher CC Sabathia be a good fit for the Orioles? Rich Dubroff says Sabathia could provide the big-game experience and maturity the O's don't currently have in the rotation.

In Addition To Starting Pitching, Orioles Have Other Positions To Fill

As the Baltimore Orioles continue their search for starting pitchers, Rich Dubroff looks at three other positions they'd like to improve.

Reports: Welington Castillo Reaches Agreement With White Sox

Former Orioles catcher Welington Castillo has reportedly reached agreement on a two-year deal with the Chicago White Sox for $15 million with an $8 million option for 2020.

Could The Orioles Bring Back RHP Miguel Gonzalez?

Could the Orioles sign right-handed pitcher Miguel Gonzalez? If Chris Tillman signs elsewhere, Gonzalez could serve as a mentor for Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman.

Small Scouting Staff For Latin America Makes It Hard For Orioles To Find Another Jonathan Schoop

With limited scouting resources dedicated to Latin America, can the Baltimore Orioles find another player like Jonathan Schoop?

Baseball Hall Of Fame Candidates With Orioles Ties

Rich Dubroff takes a look at the eight players with Orioles connections on this year's Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, from Mike Mussina to Aubrey Huff.

Could The Orioles Sign Outfielder Carlos Gonzalez?

Would free-agent outfielder Carlos Gonzalez be a good fit for the Orioles? The Orioles need another left-handed hitter, and Gonzalez, who has played exclusively in right field for the past three seasons, would be an upgrade over Seth Smith.

Joe Morgan To Baseball Hall Of Fame Voters: Keep Out Players Linked To Steroids

Jim Henneman shares the letter Joe Morgan sent to baseball's Hall of Fame voters, voicing strong opposition to those associated with steroid use.

Can These 40-Man Roster Additions Help The Orioles In 2018?

Can Hunter Harvey, David Hess and Austin Wynns help the Orioles in 2018? Rich Dubroff looks at the chances that the new additions to the 40-man roster will make an impact this season.

Orioles Prospect Ryan Mountcastle Benefits From Arizona Fall League Experience

Orioles prospect Ryan Mountcastle continued his transition from shortstop to third base while playing in the Arizona Fall League, and he said the high level of competition has helped his overall game.

Orioles Interested In Japanese Phenom Shohei Otani, But So Is Every MLB Team

The Orioles and every other club in Major League Baseball are interested in Japanese phenom Shohei Otani, a 23-year-old who can immediately step into the starting rotation and also play the outfield or be the designated hitter.

Could The Orioles Sign RHP Andrew Cashner?

Would free-agent pitcher Andrew Cashner be a good fit for the Orioles? Rich Dubroff says Cashner would fit, but he'd be much better as a fourth or fifth starter than as a third.

Is Orioles Catching Prospect Chance Sisco Ready For The Majors?

Dan Connolly says just because catcher Welington Castillo is no longer with the Orioles doesn't mean the Chance Sisco era needs to begin immediately, as the Orioles prospect may need more time to work on his defense in the minors.

Despite Success, Buck Showalter And John Harbaugh's Futures In Doubt

Stan "The Fan" Charles says managers and coaches are hired to be fired, and both Buck Showalter and John Harbaugh's tenures in Baltimore may be coming to an end.

Baseball Dynasties Are Hard To Come By

Jim Henneman says the Houston Astros are good, with a chance to be great, but they aren't quite ready for "dynasty" status.

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