1/31/2015 5:12PM - Wieters, Machado expect to be ready for Opening Day
If everything goes according to plan, Orioles catcher Matt Wieters believes he will be ready for Opening Day, and he'll be joined by Manny Machado.
1/31/2015 1:15PM - Davis discusses his suspension for the first time
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis wants people to know he didn't take Adderall for an edge at the plate. Davis, who spoke for nearly 10 minutes on Saturday at FanFest for the first time since he received a 25-game suspension on Sept. 12 for violating baseball's drug policy, called taking the drug "a moment of weakness" he deeply regrets.
1/31/2015 11:58AM - Duquette acknowledges Jays rumors, focused on O's
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette addressed season-ticket holders this morning at the club's annual FanFest convention and acknowledged there had been some substance to the Toronto rumors, though his "sole and singular focus" is on improving the Orioles.
1/30/2015 9:00PM - O's hurlers Bundy, Harvey fly into Top 100
Two promising young Orioles pitchers were named to MLB.com's Top 100 Prospects list on Friday night, with both Dylan Bundy and Hunter Harvey cracking the top half of the rankings released live on MLB Network.
1/30/2015 5:32PM - Orioles, Pearce reach agreement to avoid arbitration
The Orioles avoided arbitration with first baseman/outfielder Steve Pearce on Friday by agreeing to a one-year deal. The deal, reported to be for $3.7 million, leaves the Orioles with three pending arbitration cases.
1/30/2015 3:29PM - Dream Week unites Orioles fans, legends
A fantasy camp like this is usually thought of as a treat for the participants. They pay for the chance to get out of the office, soak in the warm Florida weather and hang out every day with a few of their childhood baseball heroes. But make no mistake, the Orioles' Dream Week is every bit as much fun for the Baltimore legends who serve as coaches and instructors.
1/30/2015 12:56PM - Mentality, tools make Snider good fit for O's
Coming off a strong second half of 2014, Travis Snider will get another clean slate in Baltimore, which traded for the 26-year-old outfielder on Tuesday night. While his exact role is undetermined, Snider gives the Orioles what they've needed all offseason.
1/29/2015 10:25PM - Don't count out underdog Orioles in AL East
Regardless of where the Orioles are picked, it would be a huge mistake to overlook them. They simply have done too much good the last three seasons.