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  • Pitching dominates as Orioles and Pirates play to 10-inning scoreless tie

    Pitching dominates as Orioles and Pirates play to 10-inning scoreless tie
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta and Pirates left-hander Jonathan Sanchez dueled into the late innings on Thursday night with neither starter allowing a run. Arrieta – who emerged as the front runner for the team’s open...
  • Are you on board with Jake Arrieta as the Orioles' fifth starter?

    Are you on board with Jake Arrieta as the Orioles' fifth starter?
    We’re back at the bar this weekend. I’m still in Florida, so we’ll stick with the Tiki and palm tree motif. Besides, the palm leaves are effectively covering the Ed Reed mural behind the bar until we can get the painters out here. On...
  • Orioles are calling teams about Luis Ayala

    Orioles are calling teams about Luis Ayala
    In an attempt to lessen their glut of big league pitchers, the Orioles have contacted teams to let them know veteran right-handed reliever Luis Ayala is available in a trade, according to an industry source. It’s unclear exactly what the Orioles...
  • Looking at the Orioles' schedule and fifth starter thoughts

    Looking at the Orioles' schedule and fifth starter thoughts
    Much has been made – yes, by me as well as others – on the Orioles’ vacant fifth starter spot. It really is one of the only interesting battles in camp. The way I see it, Jake Arrieta has made the team and the rotation with a good...
  • Five Baltimore Orioles stats that stand out this week

    Five Baltimore Orioles stats that stand out this week
    Each Wednesday, blogger Matt Vensel will highlight five statistics that really mean something for the Orioles. 3.94 -- Kevin Gausman’s ERA this spring. Gausman had an underwhelming performance in his final spring start with the big league club,...
  • Lefty T.J. McFarland is forcing the Orioles into a tough decision

    SARASOTA, Fla. — Standing on the mound at Ed Smith Stadium on Monday afternoon, with 30 mph winds swirling around him and ESPN cameras capturing his every move, Orioles left-hander T.J. McFarland was the perfect picture of calm. Sitting in an...
  • Orioles set 24 spots on Opening Day roster, 1 competition remains

    SARASOTA, Fla. — Orioles manager Buck Showalter spent much of Friday afternoon telling players who will and won’t be making the club’s 25-man roster — leaving him with only one decision remaining. Steve Pearce and Conor Jackson...
  • Russ Canzler drives in six runs in Orioles' exhibition win vs. Spain

    Russ Canzler drives in six runs in Orioles' exhibition win vs. Spain
    The Orioles took a break from their exhibition schedule to play a true exhibition game – one in which the stats don’t count in Grapefruit League action – against Spain's World Baseball Classic team on Wednesday afternoon. Russ...
  • 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...
  • Nolan Reimold leaves game with tight hamstring, Luis Ayala went to hospital

    Nolan Reimold leaves game with tight hamstring, Luis Ayala went to hospital
    The new season is just six games old and the Orioles are already struggling to hold the 25-man roster together. Left fielder Nolan Reimold had to be removed from Sunday's game with a tight hamstring and reliever Luis Ayala was taken to a local...
  • Orioles drop 4-3 decision to Twins, fall to 0-3 in one-run games

    Orioles drop 4-3 decision to Twins, fall to 0-3 in one-run games
    There was supposed to be a feel-good ending to the first weekend of baseball in Baltimore since last year’s surprise playoff run — a pronouncement to all the doubters that this club is for real and ready to knock around with the big boys of...