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  • Ex-Oriole Bruce Chen agrees to minor league deal with Indians

    Ex-Oriole Bruce Chen agrees to minor league deal with Indians
    Bruce Chen is getting a chance to pitch for an 11th team in the majors. The well-traveled left-hander, who won a career-high 13 games with the Orioles in 2005, has agreed to a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians, a person familiar with the...
  • Orioles might not be done adding players, and a Hot Stove Talk in York, Pa.

    Orioles might not be done adding players, and a Hot Stove Talk in York, Pa.
    Infielder Jayson Nix, whom the Orioles signed to a minor league deal Tuesday, may not be the last player to join the team for spring training in Sarasota, Fla. Executive vice president Dan Duquette is still working on adding players, and it would be a...
  • What they're saying about the Orioles heading into spring training

    What they're saying about the Orioles heading into spring training
    As the Orioles prepare to start spring training later this week at the Ed Smith Stadium complex in Sarasota, Fla., here's a look at what other media outlets are saying about the team. * ESPN's Tim Kurkjian discusses Orioles center fielder Adam Jones'...
  • Orioles will have at least 56 players at spring training

    Orioles will have at least 56 players at spring training
    The Orioles will have 56 players in major league spring training camp, barring any late additions, the club announced Tuesday. The group includes 41 members of the club's 40-man roster. Suspended first baseman Chris Davis does not count against the 40-...
  • Jeffrey Maier's infamous glove from the 1996 AL Championship Series being auctioned

    Jeffrey Maier's infamous glove from the 1996 AL Championship Series being auctioned
    The black Mizuno glove that hung over the wall in right field at Yankee Stadium in 1996 and still lingers in the nightmares of Baltimore baseball fans nearly 20 years later is up for auction. Yes, Orioles fans, if you want, you can purchase Jeffrey...
  • Orioles thoughts on Jeffrey Maier, Tony Tarasco, Miguel Gonzalez, Nathan Showalter

    Orioles thoughts on Jeffrey Maier, Tony Tarasco, Miguel Gonzalez, Nathan Showalter
    When I saw that the infamous Jeffrey Maier glove -- the black Mizuno used by the 12-year-old Maier to deflect a fly ball into a homer in Game 1 of the 1996 American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium -- is being auctioned off this week, I had to...
  • Orioles announce minor league coaching staffs for the 2015 season

    Orioles announce minor league coaching staffs for the 2015 season
    On Tuesday, the Orioles announced their minor league coaching staffs for this season. All of the managers will return, but some will take on different assignments in 2015. Triple-A Norfolk's Ron Johnson, Double-A Bowie's Gary Kendall and Low-A Delmarva'...
  • After historic trip in 1999, Orioles should be first MLB team to play again in Cuba

    After historic trip in 1999, Orioles should be first MLB team to play again in Cuba
    If the new relationship between the United States and Cuba allows for an ongoing relationship between Major League Baseball and the baseball-crazy island nation, the Orioles should be the team that breaks the ice. They earned it. The news Monday...
  • Orioles notes on 2015 draft and minor league minicamp

    Orioles notes on 2015 draft and minor league minicamp
    Once right-hander James Shields – the final free agent tied to draft-pick compensation – was signed by the San Diego Padres, this year’s draft order could be officially set. The Orioles will have two picks in the first round, the...
  • As familiar doubts about the Orioles return, so do the reasons for optimism

    As familiar doubts about the Orioles return, so do the reasons for optimism
    It's time to jump in the Hot Tub Time Machine and go back exactly one year for a little spring training perspective. The Orioles were in camp by now, and the narrative about their offseason and prospects for a playoff run — minus the Dan...
  • There's little risk for Orioles or Alejandro De Aza in arbitration hearing

    There's little risk for Orioles or Alejandro De Aza in arbitration hearing
    Unless things change dramatically, the Orioles this week will participate in their first arbitration hearing since 2012, when they were victorious against right-hander Brad Bergesen. On Friday afternoon, the Orioles and outfielder Alejandro De Aza are...