Orioles To Host 11K Fans During Games At Camden YardsThe Baltimore Orioles announced Friday they will host 11,000 baseball fans during games at Camden Yards this season.
Felix Hernandez Back On The Mound, Vying For Spot With OriolesAfter a year away, Felix Hernández admittedly has some kinks to work out in his pursuit of a big league roster spot.
Orioles Rank 8th As Booziest Fanbase In Major League Baseball, Survey SaysWe're patiently waiting for the Orioles to return to town for the regular season, and as it turns out, beers and birds are a common theme for our fans.
As Orioles Spring Training Begins, Manager Brandon Hyde 'Really Happy' With Rebuild ProgressWhile Maryland braces for another wave of wintry weather, the Baltimore Orioles are in warm Sarasota for their first day of spring training workouts.
Los Angeles Angels Acquire RHP Alex Cobb From Baltimore Orioles For Prospect Jahmai JonesThe Los Angeles Angels acquired veteran right-hander Alex Cobb from the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for prospect Jahmai Jones.
Galvis And Orioles Agree To $1.5 Million, 1-Year ContractThe Orioles filled a hole in their infield by agreeing Tuesday with free agent Freddy Galvis to a one-year, $1.5 million contract.
Longtime Orioles Announcer Jim Hunter Says His Contract Was Not Renewed For 2021Longtime Orioles announcer Jim Hunter tweeted Friday morning that his contract was not renewed with the team for the 2021 season.
Orioles' 2021 Promotional Schedule Released; New 5-Game Flex Plan AnnouncedIt may be December, but the Baltimore Orioles are already looking ahead to baseball season with their 2021 promotional schedule.
Nats Make Their Pitch To Biden, Invite Him To Throw 1st BallThe Nats have invited Biden to toss out the ceremonial first ball next season on opening day.
Orioles Agree To Minor League Contract Terms With Ryan Ripken, Son Of Cal Ripken Jr.The Baltimore Orioles announced Thursday they have agreed to terms on a minor league contract with infielder Ryan Ripken, the son of Cal Ripken, Jr.
Nationals Let Pitching Coach Menhart Go, Year After TitleWashington Nationals pitching coach Paul Menhart will not be brought back next season after working in the organization for 15 years.