The Baltimore Orioles are five weeks away from playing their first regular season game — and that’s probably a good thing for them.
Without some of their most recognizable names, the re-tooled Baltimore Orioles have reported to spring training.
Ubaldo Jimenez is hoping that 2015 is a complete turnaround from 2014.
The temperature was barely into the 40s as the Baltimore Orioles began their first official workout of spring. All of the pitchers and catchers reported on time, and nearly all of the position players were there, too.
Orioles insider and host of Orioles Hot Stove here on The Fan, Roch Kubatko, dials in from the bird’s training camp in Sarasota to talk everything black and orange.
Steve Melewski of MASN Sports joined Sports Rehab to talk about the Orioles as Spring Training starts in a few days.
The new flagship station of the Orioles Radio Network, 105.7 The Fan, will be bringing you twelve O’s spring training games. Check out the schedule here.
Forty-year-old Mark Hendrickson – who last pitched in 2011 for the Baltimore Orioles – went to the team’s minicamp for a tryout Monday.
The Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, Florida is home to the Baltimore Orioles during spring training.
Baltimore starter Bud Norris gave up a solo homer to Andrew McCutchen, then settled in and helped the Orioles beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2 on Thursday night.
We’re a little more than three weeks away from Opening Day, and the Orioles know the fans are expecting a big season from them.
The Orioles appear to be poised for another winning season and a possible playoff run.