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  • Chris Tillman makes final spring start tonight against Pirates

    Chris Tillman makes final spring start tonight against Pirates
    The Orioles will host the Pittsburgh Pirates tonight at Ed Smith Stadium, just their second night game of the spring. The Orioles are done with those 1:05 p.m. starts this spring. They have four Grapefruit League games left. They will play the Braves at...
  • Orioles lose as Kevin Gausman gives up four runs in final spring start

    Orioles lose as Kevin Gausman gives up four runs in final spring start
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Right-hander Kevin Gausman, who seems ticketed for the Orioles’ bullpen to start the year, allowed four runs on seven hits and a walk in 3 2/3 innings in a 4-3 loss to a Tampa Bay Rays’ split squad Tuesday. It was his...
  • Answering Orioles roster questions

    Answering Orioles roster questions
    The Orioles play at night today, which is their penultimate home contest at Ed Smith Stadium in 2015. The Orioles will host their annual closed-doors Talent Show this afternoon. Orioles manager Buck Showalter calls it his highlight of the spring. Their...
  • Orioles and Rays finish in 6-6 tie

    Orioles and Rays finish in 6-6 tie
    Triple-A right-hander Zach Davies allowed one run into the fourth inning and the Orioles had a four-run third but ultimately tied the Tampa Bay Rays, 6-6, at Charlotte Sports Park. The Orioles led 6-3 with two outs in the bottom of the ninth when Joey...
  • 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...
  • Tillman goes more than five innings, but Orioles fall to Tigers

    Tillman goes more than five innings, but Orioles fall to Tigers
    Right-hander Chris Tillman became the first Orioles starter to go more than five innings this spring on Thursday, allowing two runs and five hits over 5 1/3 innings in the Orioles’ 6-4 loss to the Detroit Tigers at Joker Marchant Stadium. Miguel...
  • With expectations changed, Nolan Reimold could be a pleasant surprise for Orioles

    With expectations changed, Nolan Reimold could be a pleasant surprise for Orioles
    Nolan Reimold flashes his trademark half-grin and delivers a classic one-liner: "Open me." Some context is needed, but it's vintage Reimold, who has seen more ups and downs than most 31-year-old ballplayers. After all those years of being the next...
  • Brian Matusz turns in another strong start in Orioles' win over Red Sox

    Brian Matusz turns in another strong start in Orioles' win over Red Sox
    Orioles lefty Brian Matusz has heard the rumors that he is on the trading block — and he knew that a good showing as a starter against a tough Boston Red Sox lineup on Friday afternoon may further that speculation. It’s not a distraction, he...
  • Everth Cabrera making first spring start in center field against Phillies

    Everth Cabrera making first spring start in center field against Phillies
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter said earlier this spring that Everth Cabrera would likely see time in the outfield, and Cabrera will start in center field for the first time Monday against the Philadelphia Phillies at Bright House Field. When Cabrera,...
  • 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...
  • In unsettled outfield, Orioles know versatility is no curse

    In unsettled outfield, Orioles know versatility is no curse
    If there is any upside to the departure of long-time right fielder Nick Markakis, it is that the opening in the outfield has turned manager Buck Showalter loose on another versatility quest this spring. On any given day, just about anybody might show up...