Orioles' John Means Means Business In Opener, Beats Red Sox 3-0John Means pitched seven innings of one-hit ball, allowing a single to lead off the game and retiring the last 18 batters he faced on Friday to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 3-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox in their rain-delayed opener.
'He's Very Tough' | Orioles Hitters Tasked With Solving RHP Nathan Eovaldi On Opening DayAn Opening Day rainout is a bummer, but the Orioles and Red Sox will play Friday. 
Orioles Face Prospect Of Opening Without Means, Smith Jr.The Baltimore Orioles placed outfielder Dwight Smith Jr. on the 10-day injured list Monday, and manager Brandon Hyde isn't sure if left-hander John Means will be able to start the opener at Boston on Friday night.
John Means, Wife Caroline Share Message With O's Fans With Baseball Put On HoldJohn Means had March 26 circled on the calendar: Opening Day at Camden Yards. He would be the starting pitcher, but the season is still on hold.
Orioles' John Means Hopes That 2019 Success Was No FlukeThis year, John Means not only has a spot on the club, he could be the Orioles' opening day starter on March 26. However, he said that's not something he's thinking about.
'Good Times Will Be Here' | O's Preach Patience To Fans As Rebuild ContinuesThe Orioles talk about opportunity with their players while preaching patience to fans. 
O's Pitcher John Means Wins 2019 Rookie Of The Year Runner-Up, Ties The Knot All In The Same WeekIt was a big week for Orioles pitcher John Means. 
Orioles Season May Be A Bust, But Here's 5 Players You Should Still WatchIt's October, which means it's time for playoff baseball.
It Was A Rough Year To Be An Orioles Fan, But There's A Bright Future AheadAs anticipated, it was a rough year to be an Orioles fan.
Orioles' Rookie Pitcher John Means Selected To 2019 MLB All-Star GameA surprising season for Orioles rookie left-hander John Means reached another level Sunday when he was named Baltimore's lone representative on the AL All-Star team.
Means Leads Orioles Past Blue Jays 4-2 In Series OpenerRookie John Means tied a season-high with seven strikeouts and the Baltimore Orioles took the series opener from the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Tuesday night.