30 Players: AL Central's Young Stars Ready To Take Next StepByron Buxton, Francisco Mejia, Michael Kopech can make mark in a division with a couple of rebuilding teams.
Wieters Set To Make Season Debut In Cleveland
Astros Go For Four-Game Sweep Against Slumping OriolesThe Astros look to Dallas Keuchel to complete the four-game sweep of the Orioles.
ChiSox Return To Baltimore For Make Up DoubleheaderWhen the Chicago White Sox last visited Camden Yards, Chris Sale didn't get his turn in the series when civil unrest in Baltimore led to the cancellation of two games.
Scott Garceau: 2015 MLB Predictions (No Refunds)Scott gives his predictions for each division in the American League and National League.
Bob Haynie: Orioles Over Tigers In FourOn Thursday afternoon at 5:37pm at Camden Yards, the Baltimore Orioles will begin their quest to reach the World Series for the first time since 1983.
Jeffry Todd Of MLBtradeRumors.com Joins Scott And Jeremy To Discuss Possible Trade RumorsAlthough the Orioles do have somewhat of a stronghold on first place, the AL central is much closer than Baltimore’s division. “It could still go either way,” said Todd. “The Royals have a game and half on them, and Detroit has the better roster and they could still pull away with the division. But their rotation is shallow now. They might lose a couple due to that and it could be the difference.”
Preview: Orioles At IndiansThe Baltimore Orioles are pulling away in the AL East, but extending their winning ways Friday night could be a tall order against Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber, the hottest starting pitcher in baseball.
Bob Haynie: Revisiting My Preseason MLB PicksAs the post-All-Star Game portion of the season is about to begin, let's see how I'm doing up to this point.
Preview: White Sox Vs. OriolesChicago RHP Hector Noesi (2-5, 5.34 ERA) gets the start against Baltimore's righty Ubaldo Jimenez (2-8, 4.63 ERA).
Ed Norris: Equal Justice?The same officiating crew that ejected Bud Norris after hitting Torii Hunter had a change of heart when Justin Verlander blatantly threw at Nelson Cruz.
Bob Haynie: A Tough Tuesday For The OriolesThe Orioles pitching held the Detroit Tigers at bay for 9 innings, then Tommy Hunter hit the mound and things went downhill from there.