Baltimore at NY Yankees (7:05 PM ET)
9/21/2014 7:47PM - O's call on Chen to open four-game series in New York
After 382 games at the new Yankee Stadium and 1,429 in New York overall, Derek Jeter is down to four more. On Monday, the future Hall of Famer will begin the final home series of his illustrious career against the Orioles, and he's going to savor every minute of it. There won't be any days off for the 14-time All-Star as the Yankees continue to hold onto a sliver of hope for the postseason. Baltimore's Wei-Yin Chen squares off with New York's Michael Pineda in the opener.
9/21/2014 8:00PM - O's late rally falls short in finale with Red Sox
The Orioles walked off the field on Sunday afternoon knowing this wouldn't be their last time at Camden Yards in 2014. And that was a really good feeling. While the O's regular-season home finale -- a 3-2 loss to last-place Boston -- was pretty forgettable, Baltimore has a chance to create some much more meaningful memories when the calendar flips to October.
9/21/2014 4:15PM - Call upheld in Red Sox-Orioles finale
After Caleb Joseph hit a grounder in the seventh inning, the Red Sox thought the inning should have been over. Ryan Flaherty was called out at second, but Joseph was ruled safe at first. After a review of 3 minutes, 35 seconds for John Farrell's challenge, the call was upheld.
9/21/2014 2:15PM - O's allowing Markakis, Pearce to heal
Nick Markakis and Steve Pearce were both noticeably absent again from Sunday's starting lineup, although Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he wasn't overly concerned and expected both to play during the team's upcoming four-game series in New York.
9/21/2014 1:30PM - Cruz garners Most Valuable Oriole honors
Nelson Cruz was recognized on Sunday as the Most Valuable Oriole, beating out Adam Jones and Zach Britton for the team award.
9/20/2014 11:40PM - Walker goes from day off to belting first homer
Christian Walker was expecting to have his first Major League day off on Saturday. The Orioles were returning to a more normal lineup and Steve Pearce would play first base. Walker would get a chance to observe from the bench.
9/20/2014 11:24PM - Slump buster: Jones belts two homers in rout
Adam Jones tied the game with a two-run home run in the third, only his second since Aug. 20. Two innings later, he turned a narrow lead into a comfortable four-run cushion with another two-run shot. Four days after clinching the American League East, the Orioles cruised to a 7-2 win against the Red Sox in front of 43,015 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
9/20/2014 8:19PM - O's reach 200-homer plateau for third straight year
Adam Jones' game-tying homer in the third inning against the Red Sox on Saturday pushed this Orioles team even deeper into the franchise's lore.