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  • Orioles thoughts and observations on Nick Markakis' success against lefties, Don Zimmer's passing and more

    ARLINGTON, Texas – With two on and two out in the sixth inning of a tied ballgame Wednesday, the Texas Rangers went to left-hander Aaron Poreda to face left-handed hitting Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis, hoping that playing matchups would yield...
  • IronPigs coaches recall their most memorable work

     
    IronPigs manager Dave Brundage had the fortune of managing Raul Ibanez for four years in the minor leagues before giving him the news that he was getting the promotion to the majors in 1996. Brundage also got to work with Adam Jones, who was transitioning...
  • 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...
  • Add pitching to the Orioles' problems after 7-2 loss to Indians

    Add pitching to the Orioles' problems after 7-2 loss to Indians
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter calls it “having too much want-to,” those critical moments when his players' effort doesn't match up with their execution. He's had to use the phrase far too often over the past 12 games. The offense's...
  • Trouble on the mound continues for the Orioles

    Trouble on the mound continues for the Orioles
    On a steamy, late June afternoon in which the greatest manager in club history was immortalized with a statue at Camden Yards, the Orioles blasted anEarl Weaver-special three-run homer and witnessed a brief managerial tirade. Otherwise, there weren't a...
  • A troubling start to a non-quality start for Gonzalez

    A troubling start to a non-quality start for Gonzalez
    Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez allowed five runs in the first – and seven runs total – in 2 2/3 innings Wednesday night against the Rays. It halted the Orioles’ season-best seven straight quality starts. Gonzalez allowed a home...
  • Felix Pie headed to the Cleveland Indians

    Felix Pie headed to the Cleveland Indians
    Former Oriole outfielder Felix Pie is officially leaving the organization for another American League club. Pie has agreed to terms on a minor league deal and spring invite with the Cleveland Indians, according to an industry source. The 26-year-old...
  • Three Orioles are finalists for Gold Glove Awards

    Three Orioles are finalists for Gold Glove Awards
    For the second consecutive year, the Orioles have three players that are finalists for the annual Rawlings Gold Glove Awards, which are given to the best defensive players at each position in each league. This year, catcher Matt Wieters is up for his...
  • Could Dylan Bundy come up to Baltimore this year?

    Could Dylan Bundy come up to Baltimore this year?
    The Orioles have been exceptionally cautious with top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy in his first professional year, keeping him in the South Atlantic League when he obviously was too advanced for the level and not allowing him to throw more than five...
  • Tillman bounces back as Orioles beat Indians, 3-1, for 4th straight win

    Tillman bounces back as Orioles beat Indians, 3-1, for 4th straight win
    CLEVELAND — Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman took the mound at Progressive Field on Saturday night with two big league starts under his belt this season — one a two-hit gem and the other an absolute disaster in which he could only manage two...
  • The thwack of the bat

    The thwack of the bat
    Bardball didn't start from a deep love of poetry, but from a swelling revulsion of Barry Bonds. In 2007, friends were emailing scathing limericks back and forth about the chemically enhanced slugger. They were too funny to waste, so Stuart Shea and I...