Baseball is almost back in Baltimore. In just one day, the 2014 A.L. East Champions will take the field in front of a sold out crowd. It’s not just the game fans are looking forward to–baseball games are definitely also about the food.
The Orioles home opener is one day away and highway officials are advising motorists to experience higher than normal traffic on I-95/I-395.
Jake Odorizzi took a two-hitter into the seventh inning and Tampa Bay coaxed four consecutive walks with two outs to score the go-ahead run during a 2-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night.
Tougher security at Camden Yards could make getting into the park longer for fans.
Joy filled the air at America’s ballparks and it even permeated its way into the social media universe as well.
Tonight we begin the transition from March Madness to baseball as the MLB season prepares to kick off when the St. Louis Cardinals visit the Chicago Cubs.
Eric Stults celebrated his return to the major leagues, allowing one run in five innings to lead the Atlanta Braves past the Baltimore Orioles 5-3 Saturday in a spring training wrapup.
The Orioles set a new franchise record for average spring training game attendance.
The Baltimore Orioles are kicking off their 2015 season with “Operation Orange” rallies for fans.
Atlanta Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez still has several decisions to make over the next couple of days. He needs to fill out his starting rotation, settle on a suspect outfield and pick an opening-day second baseman.
Competing for the fifth spot in the Baltimore Orioles’ rotation, Kevin Gausman gave up four runs in 3 2-3 innings of a 4-3 loss to a Tampa Bay Rays split-squad on Tuesday.
Evan Longoria hit his third homer of the spring and drove two runs as the Tampa Bay Rays and Baltimore Orioles played to a 6-6 tie in 10 innings Monday.