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  • Chris Davis, Jonathan Schoop homer as Orioles beat Blue Jays in exhibition, 5-0

    Chris Davis, Jonathan Schoop homer as Orioles beat Blue Jays in exhibition, 5-0
    The Orioles went deep twice in Thursday night’s 5-0 exhibition victory over the Toronto Blue Jays at Ed Smith Stadium. First baseman Chris Davis hit a three-run moon shot over the right-center-field fence in the third inning that traveled an...
  • Orioles first baseman Chris Davis lights up night sky with 430-foot homer

    Orioles first baseman Chris Davis lights up night sky with 430-foot homer
    First baseman Chris Davis’ three-run home run Thursday night traveled about 430 feet, but he said after the Orioles’ 5-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays that he didn’t get all of it. He definitely got enough, but he wasn’t...
  • Chris Davis wouldn't mind a shift change

    Chris Davis wouldn't mind a shift change
    Orioles first baseman Chris Davis isn’t sure how the new speed-up rules will impact the coming season, but he said Thursday he wouldn’t mind terribly if Major League Baseball decided to restrict the use of exaggerated defensive shifts. It...
  • Orioles' Chris Davis taking new ADHD medication to 'treat a medical condition,' expert says

    Orioles' Chris Davis taking new ADHD medication to 'treat a medical condition,' expert says
    The new medication for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder that Orioles first baseman Chris Davis has been approved to take this season is unlikely to be abused by players seeking an on-field edge, according to a medical expert. After a second...
  • Does Chris Davis really love to play right field?

    Does Chris Davis really love to play right field?
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter has said multiple times this spring that he plans to play Chris Davis in right field at times during the regular season, and said on Friday that Davis “loves” to play in the outfield. “Chris might be as...
  • Buck Showalter texts with Nick Markakis, says comments not a discussion topic in camp

    Buck Showalter texts with Nick Markakis, says comments not a discussion topic in camp
    Before his departure for the Atlanta Braves, Nick Markakis was one of the Orioles' most respected players because of the way he let his play on the field speak for him. Usually quiet and reserved, Markakis — who signed a four-year contract with...
  • On first official day of workouts, Chris Davis hopes to 'put all this stuff behind me'

    On first official day of workouts, Chris Davis hopes to 'put all this stuff behind me'
    The last time Orioles first baseman Chris Davis was here in Sarasota, it seemed like he was as far away from the postseason spotlight as he could be. Davis was playing in front of sparse crowds in instructional league games while serving a 25-game...
  • Talking plate discipline, walks and splits with Orioles manager Buck Showalter

    Talking plate discipline, walks and splits with Orioles manager Buck Showalter
    In reporting for the article in today's newspaper about first baseman-outfielder Chris Parmelee, I asked manager Buck Showalter yesterday about plate discipline. Parmelee arrived in the major leagues with a .395 on-base percentage in Triple-A, partially...
  • Orioles, Alejandro De Aza go to arbitration; Chris Davis has plan to battle shift

    Orioles, Alejandro De Aza go to arbitration; Chris Davis has plan to battle shift
    The Orioles went to arbitration with outfielder Alejandro De Aza on Friday in St. Petersburg, Fla. A decision is expected to be made by Saturday night. De Aza and the Orioles were only $650,000 apart on salary figures. He is the team’s only...
  • Dan Duquette stresses returning Orioles as 'most powerful thing we've done'

    Dan Duquette stresses returning Orioles as 'most powerful thing we've done'
    Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette always has put a premium on defense, so no one should have been surprised when he played a little of it in his first media briefing of spring training. Duquette and his team are...
  • As pitchers, catchers get underway, Orioles' roster battles are few but fierce

    As pitchers, catchers get underway, Orioles' roster battles are few but fierce
    The Orioles enter spring training coming off their best season in 17 years, and while most of the core players from last year's division title-winning team return, most national experts don't expect them to duplicate their 2014 success. But despite...