| Jun 23, 2012
| 7:27 PM
The Orioles haven’t been buyers at baseball’s trade deadline in seven years, but that could change this July, executive vice president Dan Duquette says.
“We are in contention, so we are going to do whatever we can to make the playoffs,...
| Jul 7, 2012
| 11:42 AM
Steve Ruiz recalls it clearly, shopping in a sporting goods store with his son, Jett, and another 13-year-old who played on Jett's baseball team.
Jett rushed down the aisles, handling the bats and gloves. But his friend hung back.
Ruiz approached the...
| Jul 9, 2012
| 6:01 PM
Jim Johnson's baseball dreams were born just off the banks of the Susquehanna River in the quaint upstate New York town of Endicott. The river flowed just past the left-field line of his high-school baseball field. With a population of about 13,000, it'...
| Jun 11, 2013
| 7:16 AM
It appears the Midsummer Classic is finally back to being must-watch television for baseball fans in Baltimore.
Gone are the dark days when the Orioles sent one (sometimes deserving) player to the All-Star Game. From 2006 to 2011, the Orioles had just...
| Apr 13, 2009
| 9:40 PM
When the top of the fourth inning finally ended on Monday and the Orioles' offense had flexed its muscles one more time in this young season, Koji Uehara jogged out to the mound and offered congratulatory fist bumps to Ty Wigginton and Aubrey Huff.
| Apr 15, 2009
The Orioles were well aware of the long-term ramifications, like the elbow injury to No. 3 starter Alfredo Simon and the taxing of their bullpen, but they opted to overlook them to celebrate an impressive and unlikely win considering the circumstances...
| Apr 26, 2009
| 2:12 PM
The Texas Rangers entered Sunday at Camden Yards with more home runs than any other team in the majors.
They padded that lead by bashing right-hander Brad Bergesen Sunday, but the game-sealing longball in the Orioles' 8-5 win came off the bat of center...
| May 3, 2009
| 7:38 PM
Some of the issues that confront the Orioles were present long before they arrived at Rogers Centre and were swept by the Toronto Blue Jays in three games, the latest tight loss featuring a lack of offense from the visiting team and manager Dave Trembley'...
| May 4, 2009
| 8:14 PM
If there was any more proof needed as to Brian Roberts' importance on the Orioles' lineup, the leadoff man provided it in the seventh and eighth innings Monday night, taking over a game that his team badly needed to win.
Roberts, hitless in 18...
| Jul 2, 2009
The momentum from Tuesday's improbable Orioles comeback at Camden Yards undoubtedly had legs for most of Wednesday afternoon.
Key hits were falling in, Boston's ace was falling apart and Brad Bergesen, the Orioles' rookie pitching sensation, was mowing...
| Jul 9, 2009
When George Sherrill took the mound in the bottom of the ninth inning to preserve another improbable Orioles win, his first baseman was Luke Scott, who had played one inning at the position in his major league career.
Ty Wigginton was at shortstop, a...