• 10/24/2014 2:41PM - Orioles outright right-hander Johnson

    The Orioles outrighted right-hander Steve Johnson to Triple-A Norfolk on Friday.

  • 10/23/2014 2:04PM - Orioles' Hardy, Jones and Markakis finalists for Gold Glove

    Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy, center fielder Adam Jones and right fielder Nick Markakis are each among the three AL finalists at their position for the Gold Glove Award.

  • 10/20/2014 11:10AM - Surprising contributors led unheralded club to first place

    An ALCS sweep that ended their season notwithstanding, the Orioles had an excellent season that was boosted primarily by acquisitions and reserves who filled in for unavailable All-Stars.

  • 10/19/2014 1:16AM - Tigers' outfield prospect Moya slugs homer

    Steven Moya, who hit .276 with 33 doubles and 35 home runs at Double-A this year, connected on his first home run of the Arizona Fall League on Saturday night. Orioles prospect Zach Davies scattered two hits across four innings, striking out seven and earning the victory for Glendale.

  • 10/18/2014 2:15PM - Roberts hangs up spikes after 14 years in Majors

    Second baseman Brian Roberts is retiring, according to The Baltimore Sun. The 37-year-old Roberts spent 13 of his 14 Major League seasons with the Orioles and played his last year with the Yankees.

  • 10/17/2014 5:03PM - Offseason begins as Orioles pack bags

    Technically, baseball season still lasts at least another week. For the Orioles, it's over. The boxes and bags that filled the home clubhouse at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Friday afternoon were only a reminder of that.

  • 10/15/2014 10:55PM - Orioles faced wrong team at wrong time

    Don't blame the Orioles for losing this American League Championship Series. Just acknowledge that timing is everything, and they, like the Angels and A's before them, were simply on the wrong side of history.

  • 10/15/2014 10:42PM - Orioles praise Royals' strong performance in ALCS sweep

    The Orioles will have plenty of time to reflect on a memorable season that came to a sudden end in the American League Championship Series on Wednesday night. But one thing was clear after a 2-1 loss in Game 4 at Kauffman Stadium: the O's had nothing but respect for the way the Royals played throughout the four-game sweep.