Buck Showalter called Chris Tillman into his office to give him an exciting piece of news: The right-hander will be the Baltimore Orioles’ opening-day starter against the World Series champion Boston Red Sox.
After a long battle with lung cancer, the Orioles director of public relations died Friday morning at age 36.
USA Today National writer Paul White discusses the recent controversy he started with Buck Showalter after he wrote a story about a conversation that was held off the record. Steve started out by asking Paul […]
Each team had one constant. Ravens with defense, Orioles with bullpen.
Bud Selig came down on the Orioles today by handing out four-games suspensions to…
The O’s got a lickin’ from the now first-place Boston Red Sox.
We are 40 games into a 162 game season, a quarter of the way home. A 20-20 record sure would have a nice ring to it, if not for the bullpen gagging Monday night, throwing away a 6-0 lead, and losing 8-7.
The 2011 Major League baseball season had begun and I can’t be more excited. The Orioles may not be the favorites to win the American League East, but they are expected to be better than they have been in a long time. A summer of baseball fun is something this city has been hoping for since 1997.
The face of the Baltimore Orioles has lines around the eyes, is topped with a generous layer of gray hair and often is adorned with a fierce look of intensity. The face belongs to manager Buck Showalter.