Orioles' Stewart Would Get $800,000 Salary In Major LeaguesRight-hander Kohl Stewart would earn an $800,000 salary while in the major leagues and a $200,000 salary while in the minors as part of his one-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles.
Larsen, Who Threw Only Perfect World Series Game, Dies At 90One-time Baltimore Orioles pitcher Don Larsen has died at age 90.
WJZ's Top 10 Most-Read Baltimore Sports Stories Of 2019Here are the sports stories that caught the most attention on WJZ.com in 2019.
Congrats! The Oriole Bird Will Be Inducted Into The National Mascot Hall Of Fame In 2020Among the National Mascot Hall of Fame 2020 Inductees is the Oriole Bird of the Baltimore Orioles, after a worldwide voting process this past October. 
Former Orioles Star Adam Jones Moving To Japan, Agrees To $8.2M, 2-Year Contract With OrixOutfielder Adam Jones and the Orix Buffaloes of Japan's Pacific League have agreed to an $8 million, two-year contract.
Orioles Auctioning Off Autographed Cal Ripken, Jr. Baseball For Charity During Winter MeetingsThe Baltimore Orioles are auctioning a number of items for charity during the annual winter meetings, including a baseball signed by Orioles legend Cal Ripken, Jr.
Orioles Winter Warm-Up To Bring Festive Fun This WeekendThe event is free for 2020 Birdland members and $5 or a coat donation for non-Birdland members. 
Baltimore Orioles Trade Dylan Bundy For 4 Los Angeles Angels PitchersBundy leaves the Orioles with 162 strikeouts in 30 starts during 2019. He was originally selected by Baltimore in the first round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft. 
Orioles Cut Payroll, Trade Villar And Likely $10M SalaryThe rebuilding Baltimore Orioles further slashed their slim salary payroll by trading infielder Jonathan Villar to Miami on Monday for minor league pitcher Easton Lucas.
Bill For Nationals-Orioles TV Dispute Tops $99 MillionThe bill is coming due for what the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network should pay the Washington Nationals for television rights for 2012-16: more than $99 million.
Rosenbaum Leaves Astros, Follows Elias To OriolesEve Rosenbaum is the latest member of the Houston Astros’ front office to leave, following Mike Elias to Baltimore and joining the Orioles as director of baseball development.