The O’s front office didn’t make any big signings or trades in the offseason but they did let a few of “our guys” slip through the cracks in free agency. The “Hot Stove” was lukewarm […]
We were discussing on the show what the final composition of the Orioles pitching staff will be if the Orioles brass had their druthers. Most of it is set, but there are some big questions.
Scott talks about the seemingly bogus projections that the Orioles will go from first to worst in the AL East.
Baltimore Orioles closer Zach Britton has avoided salary arbitration by accepting a one-year pact worth $3.2 million.
The guys are joined by Orioles VP of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette.
Orioles first baseman Steve Pearce has agreed to a $3.7 million, one-year contract and avoided a salary arbitration hearing.
Bud Norris has agreed to an $8.8 million, one-year contract with Baltimore, and infielder Ryan Flaherty settled with the Orioles on a one-year deal for $1,075,000.
What’s the justification for allowing Markakis to leave Charm City? Rob Long further confuses himself and you by trying to navigate through the business behind it all.
We may not want to embrace the fact now, but the Birds were a very good team in 2014.
Chen gets the ball in Game 3. It’s time for a starting pitcher to give a lights out performance.
The Orioles have the best bullpen in the MLB and the Royals can’t win with the long ball. Then Game 1 of the ALCS began and everything changed.
All indications from manager Buck Showalter were that Miguel Gonzalez was going to be the starting pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles in game three of their ALDS series against the Detroit Tigers.