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  • As expected, Adam Jones is only Oriole on U.S. roster for World Baseball Classic

    As expected, Adam Jones is only Oriole on U.S. roster for World Baseball Classic
    As expected, the Orioles' only representative on USA Baseball's 27-man provisional roster for the World Baseball Classic is center fielder Adam Jones. The rosters for the rest of the countries will be announced later today, so other Orioles could be...
  • Sox taking big gamble with Flowers

    Sox taking big gamble with Flowers
    Like the White Sox, the Rangers don't know who is going to catch for them beyond next year. But having recently gone through a transition featuring Gerald Laird, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Matt Treanor and Taylor Teagarden, they aren't turning over the...
  • James Shields deal the latest of many clever Rays trades

    James Shields deal the latest of many clever Rays trades
    One of the teams the Orioles had to outlast to make the playoffs last season was the Tampa Bay Rays, and on Sunday night, the Rays made one of the biggest trades of the offseason. The Rays dealt right-handers James Shields and Wade Davis to the Kansas...
  • Pressure on Rangers and Washington

    Down 2-0 to the Rays in the eighth inning Wednesday, the Rangers got runners to second and third with one out. Right-hander Joel Peralta was on the mound, and the Rangers had switch-hitter Lance Berkman and the left-handed-hitting A.J. Pierzynski on the...
  • Jake Arrieta at times shaky and dominant in Orioles' 5-4 win over the Rays

    Jake Arrieta at times shaky and dominant in Orioles' 5-4 win over the Rays
    It depends on which line you want to consider before truly assessing Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta's performance in the club's 5-4 win against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night. Arrieta's pitching line wasn't pretty: He lasted only five innings for...
  • Orioles and Rays Opening Day lineups

    Orioles and Rays Opening Day lineups
    Orioles lineup for Tuesday: Nick Markakis RF, Manny Machado 3B, Adam Jones CF, Matt Wieters C, Chris Davis 1B, J.J. Hardy SS, Nolan Reimold LF, Steve Pearce DH, Brian Roberts 2B. Jason Hammel, P. Rays lineup: Desmond Jennings CF, Sam Fuld RF, Ben...
  • Jason Hammel makes quality start at Tropicana Field on Opening Day

    Jason Hammel makes quality start at Tropicana Field on Opening Day
    Jason Hammel made a couple mistakes in his six innings on Tuesday, but otherwise gave the Orioles what they were hoping for on Opening Day: A quality start. The 30-year-old right-hander lasted six innings, allowing three runs on three hits and a walk....
  • Tampa Bay Rays beat the Orioles with walk-off homer

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – One of the major reasons the Orioles were able to outlast the Tampa Bay Rays — a team built on a foundation of strong pitching — for a postseason berth last season was because of the strength of their bullpen. The...
  • Orioles' Gregg hangs on to closer's role

    Orioles' Gregg hangs on to closer's role
    A day after Kevin Gregg squandered a one-run lead in a loss to the New York Yankees, Orioles manager Buck Showalter wouldn't change his stance on the team's closer situation. He also didn't publicly endorse Gregg as his exclusive closer, even though...
  • Bergesen finds his form in 6-0 victory

    Bergesen finds his form in 6-0 victory
    Brad Bergesen pumped his fist and grabbed catcher Jake Fox in an embrace after throwing the first complete-game shutout of his big-league career Saturday in the Orioles' 6-0 victory over the first-place Tampa Bay Rays. Really, it couldn't have come at...
  • Rays, Cardinals are up, Red Sox, Braves down in wild wild-card

     
    After one of the most thrilling regular-season conclusions in baseball history, the web is abuzz with scenes of champagne-filled euphoria in some clubhouses and demoralized agony in others. The St. Louis Cardinals and Tampa Bay Rays won the National and.....