Orioles Look For Win In Finale Of Four-Game Series Against IndiansPitching has been a cause for concern in Baltimore, which has surrendered at least five runs in 18 consecutive games - two shy of the major league mark set by Philadelphia in 1924.
Orioles Go For Fourth Win In Five GamesManager Buck Showalter resisted the urge to move Machado to shortstop after J.J. Hardy suffered a broken wrist on the weekend and his third baseman looked locked in by belting a pair of homers as part of a 4-for-4 night in Tuesday's 6-5 victory.
Orioles Closer Britton Can't Wait To Pitch In Games AgainStandout closer Zach Britton returned to Camden Yards on Friday, eager to start the next stage of his plan to get back to the Baltimore bullpen.
Haynie: Orioles' Starting Pitchers Have To Stop Being BadHeading into Tuesday night's contest against the White Sox in Chicago, the Baltimore Orioles had lost five-straight games and had fallen near the bottom of the American League East standings. Only a half-game separated the Birds from last place. 
Orioles Enter Rubber Match In Three-Game Series Against YankeesGausman appears to have turned a corner after a difficult start to the year, allowing exactly two runs in three of his last four outings.
Jeremy Conn: Will We Ever See The Old Tillman?Lastly Ubaldo has to go! You cant keep hoping to catch lightning in a bottle. He has had too many terrible starts in a row.
Darren O'Day Talks Walk-Up Songs, Pitching, Bullpen Banter & MoreOrioles reliever pitcher Darren O'Day talked about his role in the bullpen, aging like a "fine wine," and keeping things light in the bullpen.
Orioles Closer Britton Hopes To Be Back Sooner Than LaterOrioles closer Zach Britton is preparing for a much longer stay on the disabled list this time after returning too quickly from a forearm injury.
With All The 100 MPH Pitchers, How Long Will The Arms Last?With all those 100 mph fastballs flying through the strike zone these days from Aroldis Chapman, Noah Syndergaard and others, flame-throwers are the norm rather than the exception — in rotations and bullpens alike.
Haynie: Chris Lee Looking To Impress For The OriolesWith Chris Tillman still trying to overcome shoulder soreness that has put his Opening Day status in doubt, the Orioles are searching for his possible replacement in the starting rotation.
Tillman Still Out, But Orioles Feel They Have Other OptionsAfter starting three straight openers, Tillman will get a cortisone injection in hopes of returning sooner rather than later.
Orioles Pitcher Dylan Bundy Aiming For More Flexibility In 2017Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy joined the show today to talk about his off season activities and preparations for the upcoming 2017 campaign.

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