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The question came at Buck Showalter a few minutes after the Orioles' shaky 8-4 loss to the San Diego Padres on Wednesday, when it seemed the only bright spot at Camden Yards all afternoon was the white-hot bat of Manny Machado. "Is the way Manny's...
It was about this time last year — give or take a week — that it became apparent the Orioles had undergone some kind of karmic transformation. The exact date was May 6, 2012 and the team was at Fenway Park. Nobody has to tell a real fan the...
Tags: Jason Hammel, Fenway Park, Wei-Yin Chen, Chris Davis, Baseball
While auditions continue for the fifth slot in the Orioles starting rotation, the question that was debated throughout the team's largely inactive offseason suddenly seems relevant again. Can last year's formula produce a new and improved product in...
At the risk of messing with the sabermetric lobby, Mike Trout wasn't the biggest difference-maker in baseball this season. No, this is not just another plug for Miguel Cabrera and calculations you can do in your head. It's actually an endorsement for...
Let's stipulate right now that the Orioles are being open and honest about the Dylan Bundy situation and that there's no reason — at least not yet — to get all hot and bothered over the nagging forearm soreness that has prompted him to seek...
Forget the goofy way he wears his cap — Pedro Strop has bigger issues to deal with right now. But before Orioles fans jump all over him and the Twitterverse smacks him around like a pinata for days, know this: he's probably not going anywhere....
Tags: Jason Hammel, Baseball, Hank Conger, J.J. Hardy, Jim Johnson
Let's be honest. It isn't really that hard to tug at the heartstrings of a Baltimore sports fan. This is a town where nostalgia lives full-time, so Saturday's Oriole Park tribute to Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver couldn't help but strike the right note....
Statistics through Sunday (last week's ranking) 1. Rangers (1): There have many issues, including a lack of production since early in the season from Michael Young and the highly regarded lineup, but a soft schedule has kept those issues from showing...
Tags: Jason Hammel, Josh Beckett, Wei-Yin Chen, Dan O'Dowd , Baseball
It's obviously way too early to draw any real conclusions about the Orioles and their chances of reaching the playoffs again this season, but the schedule-makers have provided them with an immediate opportunity to measure themselves against the other four...
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The same question followed the Orioles through a maddeningly uneventful offseason and a happily uneventful seven weeks of spring training. Would the magic that carried them to the playoffs for the first time in 15 years...
Through the opening week of the new season, the Orioles have delighted their fans with an offensive cornucopia and a handful of exciting victories over the Tampa Bay Rays and Minnesota Twins, which is just the kind of first impression they were hoping...
Tags: Chris Davis, Wei-Yin Chen, Baseball, Jim Johnson, Matt Wieters
When they introduced him at Camden Yards on Friday, Brian Roberts walked out like a 70-year-old man to slap hands with his teammates during the Opening Day festivities. One by one, the rest of the Orioles' starters jogged in from center field on a...
Tags: Brian Roberts, Baseball, Chris Davis, Radio, Spring Training
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