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  • Orioles to make a roster move -- again

    Orioles to make a roster move -- again
    This may come as a surprise to loyal Orioles fans, but the club is going to make a roster move on Sunday. I was kidding about the surprise part. The Orioles’ Norfolk Express, which in the last three weeks has brought Josh Stinson, Zach Britton,...
  • Orioles pregame notes on Gonzalez, Jurrjens, Arrieta, Chen, Wada, Roberts

    Lots of pre-game notes here in addition to the roster moves (Wei-Yin Chen to the disabled list with a strained right oblique; infielder Yamaico Navarro and pitcher Alex Burnett recalled from Triple-A). Here goes: ** Miguel Gonzalez, currently on the...
  • Freddy Garcia gets hit hard by Padres club that cut him this spring

    Freddy Garcia gets hit hard by Padres club that cut him this spring
    If you’ve watched Orioles right-hander Freddy Garcia through the last few years, you know he doesn’t have a lot of margin for error. He’s around the plate a lot – and he doesn’t throw hard. So when he gets hit, he...
  • Jair Jurrjens arrives for Saturday start against Rays

    Jair Jurrjens arrives for Saturday start against Rays
    Right-hander Jair Jurrjens, who made the National League All-Star team two years ago with the Atlanta Braves, arrived in the Orioles clubhouse Friday afternoon to prepare for Saturday's start against the Tampa Bay Rays. "This is where everyone wants...
  • Jair Jurrjens talks about joining the Orioles

    Jair Jurrjens talks about joining the Orioles
    Jair Jurrjens, who will make his Orioles debut Saturday, spoke with the local media after arriving in the clubhouse Friday. Here's the Q&A: What are your thoughts being back in the big leagues? This is everyone wants to be. When you are playing...
  • Navarro starting Friday against Rays; Could Flaherty be heading to Triple-A?

    Navarro starting Friday against Rays; Could Flaherty be heading to Triple-A?
    The Orioles have an interesting starting lineup in tonight’s series opener against the Tampa Bay Rays, which includes Yamaico Navarro starting at second base. This could be the beginning of the Orioles taking an extended look at Navarro at the...
  • Jason Hammel struggles and comeback bid falls short as Orioles lose to Rays, 12-10

    Jason Hammel struggles and comeback bid falls short as Orioles lose to Rays, 12-10
    The Orioles again proved Friday night that there are few deficits out of their reach, injecting late-inning suspense into a game that appeared to be a blowout. After trailing by eight runs in the eighth inning, they brought the tying run to the plate,...
  • Orioles give up six runs in top of ninth inning in 10-6 loss to Tampa Bay Rays

    Orioles give up six runs in top of ninth inning in 10-6 loss to Tampa Bay Rays
    These Orioles, under manager Buck Showalter, pride themselves on keeping the long baseball season in perspective, not worrying about trends and streaks and snowballing defeats. So when the club is forced to absorb what was arguably its biggest gut-punch...
  • Orioles notes and observations (Johnson, Jurrjens, Flaherty, Valencia)

    Orioles notes and observations (Johnson, Jurrjens, Flaherty, Valencia)
    Jim Johnson has now blown two consecutive saves after finishing off 35 straight in the regular season dating back to last July. My take: No big deal. Johnson is exceptionally reliable. But he isn’t perfect. It was a little disconcerting that...
  • Is it too soon for Orioles fans to start panicking?

    Is it too soon for Orioles fans to start panicking?
    Less than two weeks ago, the Orioles were tied for first place in the American League East. Despite subpar starting pitching, they were winning games -- more than 60 percent of them -- because Manny Machado, Adam Jones and Chris Davis were pounding the...
  • For starters, Dan Duquette hasn't had same magic touch

    For starters, Dan Duquette hasn't had same magic touch
    If you believe that the Orioles’ unexpected run to the postseason in 2012 was something of magic, then the most dazzling trick the organization pulled off was consistently pulling productive starters out of their sleeves. Executive vice...