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Chris Davis

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  • Injuries mean Orioles' depth will be tested immediately

    Injuries mean Orioles' depth will be tested immediately
    The new baseball season will open on Monday without Matt Wieters and J.J. Hardy in the Orioles starting lineup and no definite timetable for either to return, which is certainly not what the doctor ordered for a team that didn't exactly light up the...
  • The return of Chris Davis

    The Orioles slugger had been holed up in his home for the better part of two days after news broke Sept. 12 that his season was over. Chris Davis had taken the attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder drug Adderall without a therapeutic-use exemption....
  • David Lough still hurting; disabled list a possibility

    David Lough still hurting; disabled list a possibility
    Orioles outfielder David Lough is still dealing with injuries and likely will not be ready to begin the season, providing some clarity to the club’s final position player battles. With a week remaining in spring training, Lough had been in the mix...
  • Showalter on Schoop's dental issues, Lough, lineup change

    Orioles manager Buck Showalter covered several topics in his pregame meeting Wednesday. Nothing earth-shattering, but here’s what he said: ** Second baseman Jonathan Schoop likely will miss several days as he deals with dental issues. He visited...
  • Phillies' Ryan Howard refuses to adjust approach at the plate to combat shifts

    Phillies' Ryan Howard refuses to adjust approach at the plate to combat shifts
    CLEARWATER, Fla. — Ryan Howard has heard the suggestions from commentators and fans who say he should drop down bunts or poke the ball into left field a few times to defeat the shift. The long ball made him one of baseball's top players, a...
  • Orioles catcher Matt Wieters says he's not shutting down his rehab, just slowing it

    Orioles catcher Matt Wieters says he's not shutting down his rehab, just slowing it
    Matt Wieters prefers to call the Orioles' decision to sideline him from catching in games for a week with right elbow soreness more of a "slow down" than a "shut down." Even though the Orioles catcher was shelved one day after making his Grapefruit...
  • You have to look past the Orioles' spring training record

    You have to look past the Orioles' spring training record
    The Orioles will reach the mathematical halfway point in the Grapefruit League exhibition season on Wednesday and one characteristic of last year's team remains very much in evidence. Team Counterintuitive is at it again. If you were to look at the 4-...
  • Orioles lose again as Twins hit a homer cycle

    Orioles lose again as Twins hit a homer cycle
    The wind was blowing out of Ed Smith Stadium, but it was the Minnesota Twins who took greater advantage of the homer-friendly conditions on the way to a wild 10-9 victory over the Orioles on Tuesday. The Twins homered for the cycle, hitting a solo shot,...
  • Orioles bash five homers in 16-4 Grapefruit League victory over Phillies

    Orioles bash five homers in 16-4 Grapefruit League victory over Phillies
    It only took two weeks and 15 exhibition games, but the Orioles finally erupted at the plate Monday afternoon in a homer-happy 16-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies before a sellout crowd of 8,047 at Bright House Field. First baseman Chris Davis...
  • Orioles starters make road trip to face Pirates in Bradenton

    Orioles starters make road trip to face Pirates in Bradenton
    SARASOTA, Fla. – For the first time this spring, Orioles starters Adam Jones, Chris Davis, Manny Machado and Steve Pearce will make a road trip this afternoon at the O’s travel north to Bradenton to play the Pirates at McKechnie Field. Wei-...
  • Orioles' absent offense is no cause for alarm in spring training

    Orioles' absent offense is no cause for alarm in spring training
    It is a popular theory that there is an inverse relationship between spring training results and regular-season readiness, but that doesn't keep anyone from noticing that the Orioles have three wins and an average of 2.85 runs through their first 13...