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  • Orioles notes: Avery called up as Nick Johnson goes on DL

    Orioles notes: Avery called up as Nick Johnson goes on DL
    Finally, the Orioles have another outfielder in the outfield. On Thursday, the club promoted Xavier Avery from Triple-A Norfolk when first baseman Nick Johnson was placed on the disabled list with a strained right wrist. Avery, who hit .217 in a 15-game...
  • Orioles try some new things in Friday's lineup vs. Indians

    Orioles try some new things in Friday's lineup vs. Indians
    The Orioles’ lineup for Friday night's game against the Indians has some interesting wrinkles. Wilson Betemit, who made his 12th error Thursday, has switched from third to first base while Robert Andino, the club’s best defensive third...
  • Orioles pregame: Avery to Norfolk, Thome batting fifth, All-Star selections looming

    Orioles pregame: Avery to Norfolk, Thome batting fifth, All-Star selections looming
        It has been a busy weekend already, but the Orioles made a couple more roster moves on Sunday morning, optioning outfielder Xavier Avery to Triple-A Norfolk to finish making room for the arrival of newly acquired DH Jim Thome and the recall of...
  • Connolly's Bar: Is Orioles' slide a blip or flop?

    Connolly's Bar: Is Orioles' slide a blip or flop?
    Well, the Orioles have one more road trip before the first half ends – three games in Seattle and four in Los Angeles. And if the Orioles win one more game, they’ll guarantee a winning first half for the first time since 2005. And you are...
  • Orioles odds and ends: Tillman joining Orioles, Roberts sits out

    Orioles odds and ends: Tillman joining Orioles, Roberts sits out
    The Orioles open their seven-day, seven-game road trip tonight in Seattle against the Mariners. Lots of stuff going on: - Right-hander Chris Tillman will join the Orioles tomorrow and likely start the series finale in Seattle. That allowed the club to...
  • Hammel gets little help from defense or offense as O's lose 6-3 to Mariners

    Hammel gets little help from defense or offense as O's lose 6-3 to Mariners
    The campaign to vote Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel to the All-Star Game picked up steam Monday, with the hashtag #VoteHammel trending on Twitter. Hammel is one of five AL players  who can make the all-star team by online ballot. Voting ends Thursday,...
  • Steve Johnson follows father's path to Orioles

    Having grown up around Orioles baseball, Steve Johnson's dream was always to play for his hometown team. That dream came true Sunday, when the St. Paul's alum was told he was being recalled by the Orioles. His first call was to his father, former Orioles...
  • Orioles' defensive woes becoming bigger problem by the day

    Orioles' defensive woes becoming bigger problem by the day
    The only thing forgiving to the Orioles on Monday night in Seattle was the official scorer at Safeco Field. The Orioles were only charged with one error – raising their major league high to 70 -- in their 6-3 loss to the Mariners. But anyone...
  • Andino's homer saves the Orioles in the ninth

    Andino's homer saves the Orioles in the ninth
    SEATTLE – As the clock struck midnight in Baltimore, Orioles  rookie pitcher Wei-Yin Chen flirted with perfection on the West Coast on Tuesday night. The 26-year-old held the Mariners hitless for 6 1/3 innings before giving up a solo homer to...
  • Orioles rookie Wei-Yin Chen's aggressiveness early in count a key to his flirtation with perfection

    All Orioles left-hander  Wei-Yin Chen could do was watch from the visiting dugout as the best start of his big league career – an effort so worthy of a win --  faded into a no-decision. Reliever Pedro Strop, who allowed three singles, hit a batter,...
  • Sorry, but that wasn't Oriole Magic

    Sorry, but that wasn't Oriole Magic
          When Robert Andino homered with two outs in the ninth inning and Jim Johnson closed out Tuesday night’s victory over the Seattle Mariners, the sound you heard was not the Orioles fan base humming the old “Oriole Magic” theme.     ...