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Alejandro De Aza

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  • Travis Snider and Alejandro De Aza fall in step with Orioles' team-first mantra

    Travis Snider and Alejandro De Aza fall in step with Orioles' team-first mantra
    In postgame interviews following the Orioles’ 6-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays Monday, outfielders Travis Snider and Alejandro De Aza were already toeing the company line. Both spewed cliches about how it’s all about the team and not...
  • Instant Analysis of the Orioles' 6-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays

    Instant Analysis of the Orioles' 6-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays
    Dan Connolly, reporter: Good starting pitching, a few home runs and a 6-2 victory. Where have we seen that before? The Orioles' 2015 season opener was a lot like the 96-win season of 2014. And Travis Snider, with three hits and two strong defensive plays,...
  • Orioles' 2015 Opening Day firsts

    Orioles' 2015 Opening Day firsts
    The Orioles' first game of the 2015 season started at 3:11 p.m. at Tropicana Field with a called strike from Tampa Bay pitcher Chris Archer to Orioles leadoff hitter Alejandro De Aza. It was called by home plate umpire Dana DeMuth. De Aza had a few ...
  • With Nelson Cruz gone, Orioles designated for flexibility

    With Nelson Cruz gone, Orioles designated for flexibility
    Quiz him about his team's versatility, and Orioles manager Buck Showalter quickly rattles off the names of players on his potential 25-man roster who can play multiple positions adequately. There's Steve Pearce, Chris Davis and Jimmy Paredes. Ryan...
  • Orioles and Rays finish in 6-6 tie

    Orioles and Rays finish in 6-6 tie
    Triple-A right-hander Zach Davies allowed one run into the fourth inning and the Orioles had a four-run third but ultimately tied the Tampa Bay Rays, 6-6, at Charlotte Sports Park. The Orioles led 6-3 with two outs in the bottom of the ninth when Joey...
  • Orioles notes: Wieters getting X-rays, Lough dealing with hamstring issues, latest on Cuba from MLBPA's Tony Clark

    Orioles notes: Wieters getting X-rays, Lough dealing with hamstring issues, latest on Cuba from MLBPA's Tony Clark
    Orioles catcher Matt Wieters was scheduled to have precautionary X-rays taken before Thursday's Grapefruit League game against the Pittsburgh Pirates as Ed Smith Stadium. On Wednesday, the Orioles shut Wieters down from catching activities for...
  • Orioles Rule 5 pick Jason Garcia recovering from hamstring injury

    Orioles Rule 5 pick Jason Garcia recovering from hamstring injury
    Orioles Rule 5 pick Jason Garcia, who hasn’t pitched in a week after tweaking his left hamstring, is slated to throw a bullpen session Tuesday. Garcia said the injury – which occurred on the final pitch of his outing last Tuesday –...
  • Orioles starters make road trip to face Pirates in Bradenton

    Orioles starters make road trip to face Pirates in Bradenton
    SARASOTA, Fla. – For the first time this spring, Orioles starters Adam Jones, Chris Davis, Manny Machado and Steve Pearce will make a road trip this afternoon at the O’s travel north to Bradenton to play the Pirates at McKechnie Field. Wei-...
  • Brian Matusz starts as Orioles face Rays

    Brian Matusz starts as Orioles face Rays
    After back-to-back road games, the Orioles are home Saturday and face the Tampa Bay Rays at Ed Smith Stadium. Left-hander Brian Matusz will start for the Orioles, while right-hander Chris Tillman will start in a minor league exhibition game against...
  • Orioles rally, but lose to Blue Jays in game delayed nearly two hours by rain

    Orioles rally, but lose to Blue Jays in game delayed nearly two hours by rain
    The Orioles rallied from an early three-run deficit on Friday at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, but still lost to the Toronto Blue Jays, 5-4, in a game that was delayed 100 minutes by rain. When the clouds relented, Jays pitchers held the Orioles...
  • In unsettled outfield, Orioles know versatility is no curse

    In unsettled outfield, Orioles know versatility is no curse
    If there is any upside to the departure of long-time right fielder Nick Markakis, it is that the opening in the outfield has turned manager Buck Showalter loose on another versatility quest this spring. On any given day, just about anybody might show up...