Hardball Talk "Initially when third baseman Manny Machado had knee surgery in October the Orioles indicated that they didn’t expect him back in time for Opening Day, but those plans have apparently changed a bit. According to manager Buck Showalter that initial timetable was merely the team wanting to “put a..." November 22
Fansided "As we speak young Baltimore Orioles star Manny Machado is likely prepping for surgery as the 21-year-old will go under the knife to repair a torn medial patellofemoral ligament in his left knee. The operation will likely force Machado out of action for a four to six month time frame which would..." October 14
#Orioles Manny Machado has elected to have reconstructive surgery on the MPFL of his left knee O's PR announces. 4-6 months recovery time.
#Orioles have received good news on Manny Machado. Dr. James Andrews' eval concurred with team's. Recommended rest rehab no surgery.
Baltimore Sun "The Orioles' 2013 season plummeted from modestly disappointing to something far gloomier the instant Manny Machado took an off-kilter step Monday in Tampa Bay and wrenched his left knee. But the news was not as bad as feared as an MRI revealed Tuesday that Machado had not torn any major..." September 25
Manny Machado's MRI on his left knee is scheduled for 1 pm today in Baltimore accdg to a source. Won't know more until after that.
MRI results for #Orioles Manny Machado: Torn medial patellofemoral ligament. Recovery time 6-8 weeks. Great news for him and the O's.
Machado will have MRI on knee tomorrow in Baltimore. X-rays here not read yet
BREAKING: #Orioles 3B Manny Machado carted off field with apparent left leg injury after stepping on first base in 7th inning.
Baltimore Sun "Orioles third baseman Manny Machado injured his left knee while beating out a single in the seventh inning Monday. It appeared to be serious. The Orioles are not giving a specific prognosis on Machado until he has an MRI in Baltimore on Tuesday but the injury will keep him out the remainder of..." September 23
Baltimore Sun "These days, it seems that Manny Machado would rather earn bragging rights by beating a teammate in ping-pong inside the Orioles clubhouse than discuss his possible place in baseball history. He'd rather coax manager Buck Showalter, 35 years his elder, into getting more apps on his iPhone than..." July 17
CSN Baltimore "The first quarter of the season is over. It ended with the Orioles being swept for the first time this season and Freddy Garcia pitching poorly. Manager Buck Showalter poked fun at a question about the quarter point. “It’s behind us. The good, the bad, the whatever. It’s part of it. This is..." May 15
Baltimore Sun "Hardly a day goes by without Orioles manager Buck Showalter being reminded in some way just how young Manny Machado, his prodigious 20-year-old third baseman, is. And Showalter believes that it is a good thing. “I said something the other day about some musician or an ex-player that wasn’t..." April 25
CSN Baltimore "Last season, the Orioles used the shift against left-handed hitters with great success. They employed it more than any team but Tampa Bay last season, and will probably do so again this year. They may also use it against right-handed hitters some as well. Manager Buck Showalter used his third..." April 04
Camden Chat "It's not exactly a secret that the Orioles defied expectations by a good bit last year. In a season where they were expected to finish with a losing record for the 15th consecutive season, they finished second in the always-difficult AL East with a record of 93-69, won the inaugural AL Wild Card..." March 07
CSN Baltimore "After leaving camp on Monday, Manny Machado was back a day later. A visit to the doctor following up on his physical was required, but Machado said everything was fine. “It was just a personal thing I had to do,” Machado said. “The doctor was waiting for me. I got in and got out." Manager..." February 19
Birds Watcher "Yesterday I wrote about how I felt that spring training was more important for Baltimore Orioles’ hitters than it is for pitchers. Just to review (in a nutshell), pitchers are always a bit ahead of hitters once spring training games begin. So those 30+ games are pretty key for hitters like Adam..." February 17