| Jan 17, 2012
The Dodgers and first baseman James Loney agreed Tuesday to a one-year contract for $6.375 million plus incentive bonuses, according to CAA Sports, the agency that represents Loney....
| Oct 25, 2012
Strangest baseball injuries 2012 It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt, and then it's even funnier. Presenting our occasionally annual roundup of the year's weirdest, stupidest or most unfortunate injuries that befell MLB players (and one...
| Apr 13, 2009
| 9:40 PM
When the top of the fourth inning finally ended on Monday and the Orioles' offense had flexed its muscles one more time in this young season, Koji Uehara jogged out to the mound and offered congratulatory fist bumps to Ty Wigginton and Aubrey Huff.
| Apr 19, 2009
They're not looking for seven shutout innings or a complete-game, 10-strikeout masterpiece. The bar has been lowered so significantly already this season that Orioles manager Dave Trembley and pitching coach Rick Kranitz would probably settle for one of...
| Apr 20, 2009
When Koji Uehara walked off the mound after becoming the first Orioles starter this season to get through the seventh inning, Dave Trembley waited at the top step of the dugout and gave him a hug.
Uehara had just delivered the exact outing the Orioles...
| Apr 21, 2009
| 9:23 PM
It started with boos as the fans saw Orioles manager Dave Trembley point to his bullpen and realized Brad Bergesen's successful major league debut was now officially over.
But when Trembley took the ball from Bergesen and the 23-year-old pitcher...
| Apr 22, 2009
| 4:52 AM
It started with boos as the fans saw Orioles manager Dave Trembley point to his bullpen and realized Brad Bergesen's successful major league debut was over.
But when Trembley took the ball from Bergesen and the 23-year-old pitcher started accepting...
| Apr 22, 2009
| 8:49 PM
Chicago White Sox left-hander John Danks entered Wednesday night's game at Camden Yards with some of the best early-season numbers in the majors.
He also had a brief history of not pitching well against the Orioles.
Something had to give.
It was the...
| Apr 24, 2009
When he walked off the mound in the eighth inning Thursday night to a standing ovation, Adam Eaton tipped his cap and soaked in the moment.
Instead of heading into the clubhouse, Eaton stayed in the dugout and watched the Orioles get the last five outs...
| Apr 27, 2009
| 8:10 PM
There are certain responsibilities that come with being a staff ace, and Jeremy Guthrie, though still relatively new to the role, has not shied away from any of them. So he'd be the first to acknowledge that when given a multi-run lead early in the game,...
| Apr 28, 2009
| 7:49 PM
It wasn't the fact that another early lead quickly was turned into a deficit or his offense again failed to build on a hot start, though it easily could have been either of those that drew Orioles manager Dave Trembley's ire in the seventh inning on...