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  • Flaherty not in Orioles starting lineup

    Flaherty not in Orioles starting lineup
    Infielder Ryan Flaherty is not in the starting lineup for tonight’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays after aggravating a right groin injury. Flaherty is currently listed among the available Orioles reserves. He was scheduled to have an MRI...
  • In return to Camden Yards, team and fans agree 'it's just nice to be home'

    In return to Camden Yards, team and fans agree 'it's just nice to be home'
    Technically, they don't have homecoming games in baseball, but the Orioles had been away so long — and under such strange circumstances — that the concept was hard to resist. So, the Orioles took the field in brand-new "Baltimore" home...
  • Ryan Flaherty to have MRI Tuesday; DL a possibility

    Ryan Flaherty to have MRI Tuesday; DL a possibility
    Infielder Ryan Flaherty, who just returned from a right groin injury Friday, felt a “grabbing sensation” in the same spot Monday and could be headed back to the disabled list if he’s not able to play Tuesday. Flaherty was attempting to...
  • Orioles' return launches big sports week in Baltimore

    As the Baltimore Orioles prepared to play before their home fans for the first time in two weeks, the sights and sounds around Camden Yards on a lovely Monday afternoon were all about baseball. Vendors were hawking food, drinks and clothing. A few people...
  • Ubaldo Jimenez pitches seven innings, Orioles hit three homers in 5-2 win over Blue Jays

    Ubaldo Jimenez pitches seven innings, Orioles hit three homers in 5-2 win over Blue Jays
    For their first game in front of fans at Camden Yard in two weeks, the Orioles took the field Monday night wearing specially made white home jerseys that said “Baltimore” across the chest, a fitting tribute to their home city after a difficult...
  • Some Orioles thoughts and observations on Flaherty, Jimenez, Joseph and the crowd

    Some Orioles thoughts and observations on Flaherty, Jimenez, Joseph and the crowd
    Ryan Flaherty is often a whipping boy for fans because he has not hit much in his Orioles career. But the guy has some serviceable skills -- primarily he can play every infield position adeptly – and that’s huge when injuries crop up. So...
  • Gausman feeling much better; MRI still slated for Tuesday

    Gausman feeling much better; MRI still slated for Tuesday
    The Orioles won’t downplay the potential severity of tendinitis in Kevin Gausman’s right shoulder until he has an MRI on Tuesday, but the club and Gausman were encouraged today by the way the 24-year-old pitcher was feeling. “I’...
  • Their moms were All-Stars

    Their moms were All-Stars
    As a kid, Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy spent endless hours in a park near his Arizona home, fielding ground balls and honing his game. The batter? Hardy's mother. At 4, Ravens' tight end Maxx Williams learned to punt, pass and kick a football in the...
  • LEADING OFF: Orioles back in Baltimore, Gordon returns to LA

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ BACK IN BALTIMORE The Orioles play at Camden Yards for the first time since April 29, when they held a game without fans because of civil unrest after the death of Freddie Gray....
  • Bud Norris can't get out of fourth inning, O's strike out 18 times in 6-2 loss to Yankees

    Bud Norris can't get out of fourth inning, O's strike out 18 times in 6-2 loss to Yankees
    The visitor’s dugout of Yankee Stadium wasn’t a pleasant place to be on Sunday afternoon as, one by one, Orioles hitters walked back flustered and flummoxed after swinging through air against the offerings of New York Yankees right-hander...
  • Will Orioles, Preakness help soothe ravaged Baltimore?

    Will Orioles, Preakness help soothe ravaged Baltimore?
    BALTIMORE — Looting, rioting and violence has left Baltimore rattled and in a state of repair. Officials hope a big sports week has a healing effect on the beleaguered city. Civil unrest remains an issue in Baltimore after two weeks of tension...