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  • Looking into the Orioles' disturbing bullpen trend

    Looking into the Orioles' disturbing bullpen trend
    I always say it’s difficult to analyze a major league team until Memorial Day, when the season is roughly a quarter over. That’s when you have a better idea of where a team is headed. So the Orioles’ 5-4 start against three American...
  • Orioles' early-season schedule is a throwback to the '30s

    Orioles' early-season schedule is a throwback to the '30s
    BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore Orioles' early-season schedule is a journey into the past, exclusively on East Coast time. Baltimore doesn't play a game outside of the Eastern time zone until June 1, in Houston. Until then, the Orioles won't have...
  • Orioles rally against Yankees bullpen for 7-5 victory

    BALTIMORE — The New York Yankees had a one-run lead when manager Joe Girardi turned to his bullpen against the Baltimore Orioles at the start of the sixth inning. Two outs and three relievers later, Baltimore was well on its way to a 7-5 victory...
  • A rare Opening dud for the Orioles

    BALTIMORE — When it comes to winning home openers, the Orioles are about as close to the old “death and taxes” saying as possible. They came to town for the first time this season boasting a 41-20 all-time record in such games, and...
  • Bullpen fails to hold lead in Orioles' 6-5 loss to Yankees

    Bullpen fails to hold lead in Orioles' 6-5 loss to Yankees
    It's far too early to make hard judgments in this young baseball season, especially since the Orioles lost five of their first seven games last year on their way to an American League East division crown, but the Orioles' 6-5 loss to the New York...
  • Cubs see 9th-inning come-from-behind victory as great sign

    Cubs see 9th-inning come-from-behind victory as great sign
    DENVER — The Cubs' first small step toward legitimizing themselves as playoff contenders started to crystallize Sunday as Dexter Fowler's drive landed in the right-field seats at Coors Field. More hurdles await the Cubs, but they took great...
  • A rare opening dud for Orioles

    BALTIMORE When it comes to winning home openers, the Orioles are about as close to the old "death and taxes" saying as possible. They came to town for the first time this season boasting a 41-20 all-time record in such games, and they had some extra...
  • Orioles and sponsors look to ride 2014 success into a new season

    Orioles and sponsors look to ride 2014 success into a new season
    When Cal Renner and his friends started making T-shirts five years ago to celebrate their favorite Orioles players, they didn't have much competition. Their principal clientele were what he called "Orioles hipsters" — those fans who were unfazed...
  • No damper on local O's fans' optimism

    BALTIMORE - Around this time last year, Fred Boerste stood on Eutaw Street and made a bold prediction. "This is our year," the Odenton fan said. "The Orioles are going to win 92 games. Write that down because I'm betting right now it's going to happen."...
  • After buzz builds for home opener, Orioles, Bud Norris fall flat in 12-5 loss to Blue Jays

    After buzz builds for home opener, Orioles, Bud Norris fall flat in 12-5 loss to Blue Jays
    The Orioles’ home opener qualifies as an unofficial holiday in Baltimore, so the gloomy fog and threat of rain that loomed over Camden Yards on Friday afternoon did little to take away from the anticipation of a new season, especially after a...
  • Baltimore fans welcome back Chris Davis

    Baltimore fans welcome back Chris Davis
    First came Tuesday night's game against the Tampa Bay Rays, his first competitive baseball game in 209 days. Then came the plane ride back to Baltimore late Wednesday night, when he realized his next game would be before a crowd that desperately missed...