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  • Pedro Strop's struggles continue as Angels take series finale from Orioles, 9-5

    Pedro Strop's struggles continue as Angels take series finale from Orioles, 9-5
    Orioles reliever Pedro Strop has heard the boos from the Camden Yards crowd this year as he’s struggled to find the form that made him one of the best setup men in baseball for most of last season. But as Strop walked off the mound Wednesday...
  • Orloff retires in minors

    Ben Orloff, the most decorated player in UC Irvine baseball history, retired as a professional player on Friday, in the middle of his fifth minor-league season with the Houston Astros organization. Orloff, who won the Brooks Wallace Award that goes to...
  • Pedro Strop bothered by boos, says fans care about results, not players

    Pedro Strop bothered by boos, says fans care about results, not players
    While most players don't acknowledge being affected when they're the target of fan angst, Orioles reliever Pedro Strop admitted Thursday that he was bothered by the loud chorus of boos he received as he walked off the mound during Wednesday's 9-5 loss...
  • As Roberts nears return, second base is still one of Orioles' biggest question marks

    As Roberts nears return, second base is still one of Orioles' biggest question marks
    TORONTO — The last time Orioles fans saw second baseman Brian Roberts on the field, he was being carried off in Tampa Bay, his face wincing in pain, in the Orioles' third game of the regular season. Behind the scenes, Roberts has been working...
  • Orioles looking forward to getting back to Camden Yards

    Orioles looking forward to getting back to Camden Yards
    I’m currently on the Amtrak heading home from New York. I’ve slept in my own bed for just two nights since Feb. 10, so heading back to Baltimore for the Orioles’ nine-game homestand will be a welcome change. The Orioles played nine...
  • Hammel squeezes out six innings in Game 1 of doubleheader

    Hammel squeezes out six innings in Game 1 of doubleheader
    Members of the Orioles starting rotation have had their struggles getting deep into games, but right-hander Jason Hammel gave the team a gritty six-inning effort against the Dodgers in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader. Through 16 games, no Orioles...
  • Adam Jones on defensive miscues: 'I've got to clean it up'

    Adam Jones on defensive miscues: 'I've got to clean it up'
    OAKLAND, Calif. — When Orioles center fielder Adam Jones came off the Oakland Coliseum field after the bottom of second inning Thursday, he threw his glove dejectedly into the dugout and then made a pronouncement: "I'm going to pick us up. I got it....
  • Looking at Adam Jones' latest outfield miscue

    Looking at Adam Jones' latest outfield miscue
    There’s really only one subject that is necessary to discuss after the Orioles’ 8-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday. Yes, Wei-Yin Chen had his worst start of the season. And UMBC product Zach Clark made his big league debut....
  • Miguel Tejada back in Baltimore as a reserve infielder with Royals

    Kansas City Royals infielder Miguel Tejada, who spent five seasons with the Orioles, was back at Camden Yards on Tuesday for the first time as a visitor since 2008 when he was with the Houston Astros. “I’m excited, and not just because it...
  • Orioles prospect Jonathan Schoop headed to DL; Wada makes first minor league rehab start

    Orioles prospect Jonathan Schoop headed to DL; Wada makes first minor league rehab start
    The Orioles' top position player prospect, Jonathan Schoop, was placed on the seven-day minor league disabled list Thursday with a lower back strain. The 21-year-old Schoop, who raised his stock after strong offseason performances in the Arizona Fall...
  • Orioles prospect Jonathan Schoop seeing back specialist

    Orioles prospect Jonathan Schoop seeing back specialist
    The Orioles’ top position prospect, Jonathan Schoop, was scheduled to see back specialist Lee Riley at Johns Hopkins on Tuesday to receive further evaluation on a lower back strain that has landed him on the seven-day minor league disabled list....