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  • 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...
  • Orioles set to play first split-squad games of spring training

    Orioles set to play first split-squad games of spring training
    The Orioles will play their first split-squad games of spring training today when they travel to Port Charlotte to face the Tampa Bay Rays at 1:05 p.m. and then play host to the Toronto Blue Jays at Ed Smith Stadium at 7:05 p.m.  Most starters will play...
  • Orioles' regulars in the lineup for Wednesday's spring home opener

    Orioles' regulars in the lineup for Wednesday's spring home opener
    The Orioles are hosting their spring training home opener this afternoon against the Detroit Tigers at Ed Smith Stadium. The Orioles lost to the Tigers, 15-2, in Tuesday’s Grapefruit League opener in Lakeland. But this will be the first time we...
  • Orioles prospect Dariel Alvarez gets closer to majors, and maybe closer to home

    Orioles prospect Dariel Alvarez gets closer to majors, and maybe closer to home
    Orioles outfield prospect Dariel Alvarez is closer to the major leagues than he's ever been, one step away from the pinnacle of a remarkable journey. It was a journey that included his escape from Cuba by speedboat, leaving his family behind as he...
  • With Nick Markakis gone, Orioles' Travis Snider says, 'I'm here now'

    With Nick Markakis gone, Orioles' Travis Snider says, 'I'm here now'
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter can break down a position to its most esoteric aspects and then put it back together in terms anyone can understand, which is what he did Monday when the talk turned to filling the club's unexpected opening in right field....
  • Looking at the potential impact of new Orioles infielder Everth Cabrera

    Now that Everth Cabrera is officially a member of the Orioles, his addition creates an interesting dynamic in spring training. Orioles manager Buck Showalter has said that Cabrera will have to earn his roster spot this spring -- and that’s true --...
  • Alejandro De Aza reports to Orioles camp, talks about losing arbitration hearing

    Alejandro De Aza reports to Orioles camp, talks about losing arbitration hearing
    Orioles outfielder Alejandro De Aza had heard the horror stories about how arbitration hearings go -- when the team you’re about to play for breaks down each of your flaws in an effort to win the case. But despite losing his arbitration case...
  • Jimenez optimistic, O's win arbitration case with De Aza, Hendrickson continues transition

    Jimenez optimistic, O's win arbitration case with De Aza, Hendrickson continues transition
    Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez hopes that he can carry over the success he saw late last season after making a few subtle mechanical adjustments to his delivery when he was sent to the bullpen. Jimenez drew praise from manager Buck Showalter for his...
  • Orioles morning notes on Alejandro De Aza, Tyler Wilson and Paul Janish

    Orioles morning notes on Alejandro De Aza, Tyler Wilson and Paul Janish
    Orioles outfielder Alejandro De Aza could report to spring training today, one day after losing his arbitration hearing over a relatively-low sum of $650,000 dollars. When De Aza arrives, expect manager Buck Showalter to pull him aside to give him a pep...
  • Orioles, Alejandro De Aza go to arbitration; Chris Davis has plan to battle shift

    Orioles, Alejandro De Aza go to arbitration; Chris Davis has plan to battle shift
    The Orioles went to arbitration with outfielder Alejandro De Aza on Friday in St. Petersburg, Fla. A decision is expected to be made by Saturday night. De Aza and the Orioles were only $650,000 apart on salary figures. He is the team’s only...
  • Salary arbitration is a win-win for the players

    Salary arbitration is a win-win for the players
    The Orioles confirmed on Saturday that outfielder Alejandro De Aza lost his salary arbitration case, but there’s really no reason to use that word – lost – in almost any arbitration situation. Where else can you lose a salary dispute...