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  1. Nick Markakis is a must sign
  • 15h
    Roch Kubatko @masnRoch

    #orioles lineup. Machado leading off pic.twitter.com/4MFrXtgjN6

  • Kevin Gausman throws best game Monday

    Baltimore Sun "Now it looks like he is in the rotation to stay, especially the way he threw Monday night. Gausman blanked the Atlanta Braves for 7 2/3 innings -- a big-league high for the 24-year-old -- allowing just six hits and a walk while striking out five. Teammates celebrate as Baltimore Orioles'..." July 28

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    Jason Beck @beckjason

    Buck Farmer available in bullpen tonight and tomorrow, but will start Friday in Baltimore. Shane Greene will pitch out of bullpen.

  • Orioles score three in first, hold on to beat Rays, 5-2, and win series

    Baltimore Sun "After his team was swept by the division-leading Yankees in New York this week, Orioles manager Buck Showalter insisted his players had plenty of fight left in them. And while it’s still hard to make out whether these Orioles are legitimate playoff contenders, they showed enough resolve this..." July 27

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    Jayson Stark @jaysonst

    Sources: #Padres & #Orioles have discussed deal to send Justin Upton to Bal. Possibly could expand it to include SD starters (Ross/Cashner)

  • Matt Wieters could get look at first base to keep bat in lineup

    Baltimore Sun "Matt Wieters participated in pregame drills at first base for the second straight day and manager Buck Showalter said the Orioles catcher could see time there in the future. While having Wieters available to play first base gives the Orioles another option with Chris Davis in right field, Steve..." July 26

  • Chris Davis' slam ends Orioles' four-game slide with 5-1 win over Rays

    Baltimore Sun "Chris Davis acknowledged that the Orioles hitters might have been pressing over the past three weeks, trying to do too much with one swing as they collectively struggled to score runs. But Davis provided the Orioles with more offense with one swing Saturday night than they had at any point during..." July 26

  • Showalter continues to scoff at Orioles trade rumors

    CSN Baltimore "Buck Showalter keeps insisting that he doesn’t take the constant trade rumors involving the Orioles very seriously at all. “We’ve got these four or five big trades that are going to happen that’s going to change all that,” Showalter scoffed. “I don’t read anything. I don’t..." July 25

  • Key hits in eighth from Jaso and Beckham propel Rays to victory

    Tampa Tribune "Afterward, Baltimore manager Buck Showalter said he wasn’t going to critique Darren O’Day, because, well, he’s Darren O’Day and his record against Tampa Bay is pretty close to spotless. But on Friday, in a game the Rays really needed to win, they came through against O’Day, stringing together..." July 25

  • Mets balk at asking price for Justin Upton, still searching for offense

    CBS Sports "The Mets and Padres are currently at an impasse in talks involving star San Diego outfielder Justin Upton after the Padres asked for at least one high-end prospect back, and possibly two. The Mets walked away after a suggestion that included a big prospect or two and no payment toward Upton's..." July 25

  • Yankees offense key in win over O's

    New York Post "Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira can’t lead the Yankees’ offense every day. So while Jacoby Ellsbury sparked the lineup with three hits from the leadoff spot in Thursday’s 9-3 win over the Orioles, he got plenty of support from an unlikely source: the bottom of the order. Chase Headley’s..." July 24

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    Jon Morosi @jonmorosi

    #Orioles giving "serious consideration" to becoming sellers, source says. Could mean trades for Chris Davis and Matt Wieters. @FOXSports

  • A-Rod, Teixeira power red-hot Yankees past Orioles

    New York Post "The Yankees can’t find a middle infielder that can hit, their starting pitching has been mediocre and they’ve have had two-thirds of their outfield land on the disabled list. Nevertheless, the Yankees’ stranglehold on the American League East only seems to grow stronger each day, their latest..." July 23

  • Duquette: Orioles Are Deadline Buyers

    MLB Trade Rumors "Orioles executive vice president/general manager Dan Duquette held court with the Baltimore media prior to today’s game and definitively said that the club will be buyers at the trade deadline regardless of how the team plays over the next week (via Eduardo A. Encina of the Baltimore Sun, on..." July 23

  • Yankees push Orioles to third place with nail-biting win

    New York Post "If you are looking for signs the Yankees are in position to put some serious distance between themselves and the rest of the AL East, the evidence was on display Tuesday night. The regular contributors played a part in a 3-2 victory over the Orioles in front of 37,993 at Yankee Stadium. Alex..." July 22

  • Which MLB Stadium Has The Cheapest Beer?

    Deadspin "VinePair charted the best beer prices from all 30 MLB teams. Unsurprisingly, Fenway Park bleeds their patrons dry when it comes to selling beers. Leeches. The first graph’s a bit useless, since there are varying sizes of the cheapest small beer available: As an example, the Phillies’ smallest..." July 22

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    Rich Dubroff @RichDubroffCSN

    Duquette says #Orioles looking to add an outfield bat and pitching depth.

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    Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

    The Orioles appear to be willing to talk about former first-round pick Kevin Gausman in possible trades,as they look for ways to get better.

  • Orioles place Steve Pearce on the disabled list with an oblique injury

    Hardball Talk "Steve Pearce‘s entire season has been a huge letdown after his breakout 2014 campaign and now the Orioles infielder/outfielder is headed to the disabled list with a strained oblique muscle. Last year Pearce got the first extended playing time of his career at age 31 and hit .293 with 21 homers..." July 22

  • Does the second wild card ruin the trade deadline?

    SB Nation "The trade deadline is in 10 days. There are no rumors. Why, did you hear any rumors? If you have a good Ken Rosenthal tweet, can you share it with me? I just sit in a dark room, favoriting and unfavoriting a tweet from the Ken Rosenthai imposter account, hoping it'll get me closer to the next real..." July 22

  • Bats get busy as Orioles pound Tigers 9-3

    CSN Baltimore "The Orioles scored six runs in the fourth inning, highlighted by a three-run home run by Jonathan Schoop on their way to a 9-3 win over the Detroit Tigers. The Orioles (46-45) won their first series of July and scored their most runs since June 21 when they had 11. Miguel Gonzalez (8-6) gave..." July 20

  • Scouts from Dodgers, Rangers, Red Sox, Cubs, Orioles view Hamels

    CBS Sports "The Dodgers, Rangers, Red Sox, Cubs and Orioles were among teams that sent scouts to Philadelphia to watch Cole Hamels on Sunday, who's been on the trading block for months. And as for Hamels, the long wait might finally be showing. The Dodgers appear to be determined to land a top starter to..." July 20

  • Should the Orioles be buyers or sellers before the trade deadline?

    Baltimore Sun "The All Star Break is over and we don’t have to be subjected to Chris Berman for months. That’s about as good of a reason as any to open the bar today. But there’s another purpose, too. I want you to play barstool GM today. We won’t get too complicated. In fact, we are making it quite..." July 20

  • Orioles have 'expressed interest' in Padres' Justin Upton

    The Score "Baltimore Orioles general manager Dan Duquette could finally land the impact outfielder he failed to acquire in the offseason. The Orioles have "expressed interest" in making a trade for San Diego Padres outfielder Justin Upton, according to Jon Morosi of FOX Sports. Duquette failed to..." July 20

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    Ken Rosenthal @Ken_Rosenthal

    To add to @jonmorosi report on #Orioles’ interest in J. Upton: Team also has inquired on C. Gomez. But does BAL have prospects for big move?

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    Jon Morosi @jonmorosi

    #Orioles have expressed interest in trading for #Padres OF Justin Upton, sources say. Baltimore wants to add an outfielder. @FOXSports

  • Kevin Gausman to start Wednesday in New York

    Baltimore Sun "Orioles manager Buck Showalter confirmed that right-hander Kevin Gausman will start Wednesday's game in New York, meaning the team will have to make another roster move to create room for the 24-year-old that has shuttled between the minors and majors again this year. Showalter wouldn't commit..." July 19

  • Chris Tillman brilliant, combines to one-hit Tigers for 3-0 Orioles win

    Baltimore Sun "Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman said throughout the first half that he felt he was close to being the starter who gave his team a chance to win every outing; he just wasn't there yet. In his first start of the second half, Tillman was there — and then some — in a 3-0 victory over the Detroit..." July 19

  • Tigers' big bats do heavy work in win over Orioles

    Detroit News "It was Victor Martinez who stood up after the Tigers' third straight loss in Minnesota last week and put all the cards on the table. “Play better,” he said. “Hit better, pitch better, play better defense. If there is going to be anything for us to win, especially another (division)..." July 18

  • Everth Cabrera signs with the Giants

    Hardball Talk "Veteran infielder Everth Cabrera has agreed to a minor-league deal with the Giants, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. Cabrera signed a one-year, $2.4 million contract with the Orioles this offseason only to be released last week after hitting .208 with a .479 OPS in 29 games." July 16

  • MLB Will ‘Heavily Discuss’ 154-Game Schedule When Current CBA Expires

    NESN "If you think the Major League Baseball season needs to be shortened, then you might get your wish soon. Or not. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and MLB Players’ Association director Tony Clark spoke to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale before Tuesday’s All-Star Game in Cincinnati and said the league..." July 16

  • 5 impact players who could be traded this month

    MLB.com "July is a fun month for fans and a busy one for the game's decision-makers, who will be focused almost exclusively on the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline. Without a doubt, the rumor mill will circulate many players' names across the next couple of weeks. Of those who will be bandied about,..." July 16

  • Revisiting the worst trade of the Dan Duquette era in Baltimore

    Baseball Essential "On July 2, 2013, the Baltimore Orioles traded starting pitcher Jake Arrieta and reliever Pedro Strop to the Chicago Cubs for Scott Feldman and Steve Clevenger. If you are a fan of the Baltimore Orioles, that sentence may conjure up several feelings. As I typed it, I took a few seconds to put my..." July 15

  • Mike Trout shines as the AL beats the NL 6-3 in the All-Star Game

    Hardball Talk "Mike Trout is the best baseball player in the game today. You can doubt this if you wish, but you’d be wrong to do so. No matter what you think about that, Trout led the charge for the American League on Tuesday night, reaching base three times, scoring twice, launching a home run and showing..." July 15

  • Commissioner Rob Manfred sees expansion in MLB's future

    ESPN "Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred shared a vision of the game Tuesday that could ultimately include more than 30 franchises. Manfred, appearing at a Baseball Writers Association of America luncheon at the All-Star Game in Cincinnati, said he's open-minded about the possibility of..." July 14

  • Orioles' Chris Davis not a likely trade candidate in July

    Baltimore Sun "Every year at the All Star Break, The Baltimore Sun publishes an analysis piece, “Five questions facing the Orioles.” Within the piece is an item I didn’t want to become overlooked since several people have asked me about the subject. Though, frankly, the concept and result shouldn’t be..." July 14

  • Max Scherzer throws another gem, and Nats beat O’s to cruise into all-star break

    Washington Post "Washington Nationals Manager Matt Williams sat in the dugout before a game this weekend like he does nearly every day. He provided yet another set of updates on the Nationals’ many injured players — a list that includes four everyday players and a starting pitcher — and addressed questions about..." July 13

  • Yost, Bochy reveal starting lineups for MLB All-Star Game

    The Score "With just over 24 hours left before the first pitch flies in the MLB All-Star Game at Great American Ball Park, managers Ned Yost and Bruce Bochy revealed their starting lineups Monday for the 86th edition of the Midsummer Classic. Yost's starting lineup, which features reigning American League..." July 13

  • Espinosa hits a key three-run homer to lead the Nats over the O’s

    Washington Post "The Washington Nationals moved to the District 10 years ago, but the D.C. metro area is still disputed territory. In living rooms and on ball fields, on airwaves and in court rooms, the Nationals wrestle the Baltimore Orioles for the baseball loyalty of a city still building a relationship with..." July 12

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    Brittany Ghiroli @Britt_Ghiroli

    Orioles lineup pic.twitter.com/XqEMH7sfxN

  • Jonathan Schoop's walk-off homer caps O's 3-2 comeback win over Nats

    Baltimore Sun "Before he stepped to the plate in the bottom of the ninth Friday and delivered the first walk-off homer in his big league career to give the Orioles a 3-2 win over the Washington Nationals, second baseman Jonathan Schoop made a deal with his buddy Manny Machado. “Manny told me to hit a double..." July 11

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    Brittany Ghiroli @Britt_Ghiroli

    Os will tweak rotation order in second half. Yes, Gausman will be in it. Making two starts in minors in between

  • Delmon Young released by the Orioles

    Hardball Talk "When the Orioles designated Delmon Young for assignment last week they seemed to think finding a taker for him via trade was likely, but that apparently didn’t pan out and now they’ve released him. Young is still just 29 years old despite seemingly being around forever, but he’s a terrible..." July 10

  • Dozier hits another big homer as Twins finish sweep of Baltimore

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Paul Molitor voted. Torii Hunter said he has, too. Even fellow Mississippian Brett Favre, of all people, recorded a video urging fans of both sports to go online and, as the ubiquitous signage at Target Field insists, #VoteDozier. Too bad there’s no way to #VoteMilone, too. Hashtags aside,..." July 09

  • Sano, Twins roll to 8-3 win over Baltimore

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "The best of the Class of 2009 was on display at Target Field on Tuesday night. And Miguel Sano wasn’t bad, either. Sano was the darling of the Twins’ international haul in 2009. He made his anticipated major league debut last week and, on Tuesday, socked the first of what the Twins hope will..." July 08

  • 2015 Home Run Derby participants announced

    CBS Sports "As is the case annually, the Monday before the All-Star Game -- known simply as All-Star Monday -- will feature the main event that is the Home Run Derby. The contestants for the event were revealed Wednesday night and here they are: Kris Bryant, Cubs Josh Donaldson, Blue Jays Prince Fielder,..." July 08

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    Roch Kubatko @masnRoch

    Dan Duquette on attempts to trade Delmon Young: "We're still working with a couple of teams and hopefully it will come together." #orioles

  • Dozier's homer in 10th gives Twins 4-2 win

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "What a way to kick off a campaign. Brian Dozier got the pitch he was looking for in the 10th inning on Monday night and drove it into the left field stands for a two-run, walk-off home run to lift the Twins to a 4-2 victory over the Orioles. He led the Twins to a win in their final at-bat..." July 07

  • Jonathan Schoop homers, Miguel Gonzalez rebounds as Orioles snap skid with 9-1 win over White Sox

    Baltimore Sun "Before making his first big league start in 11 weeks, Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop admitted he was dealing with a mixture of emotions. He was both excited and nervous. He said it felt much like his first day in the majors. He told teammates on the bus ride over to U.S. Cellular Field..." July 06

  • University of Toronto engineering students build first knuckleball pitching machine

    Toronto Star "R.A. Dickey often speaks of submitting to his fickle pitch, embracing its unpredictability and accepting the mystery. He has described the knuckleball as a “metaphor for letting go.” Engineers, by nature, are less inclined to leave such mysteries unsolved. Armed with their pesky math and..." July 06