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  1. Orioles' Jonathan Schoop has elbow drained

    Major League Baseball2 days ago

    "He bumped it or something, it swelled up a bit and they actually drained it," manager Buck Showalter said of Schoop's elbow, which was iced on Friday morning. Schoop was replaced ...

  2. Setup man Brad Brach took over the closer role and will likely start the coming season in the same position, but manager Buck Showalter seemed to say Sunday that he could flip ...

  3. “I’ve found that for guys who are out of options, it kind of works in their favor sometimes,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.

  4. “He was good, right where he needs to be,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. Bundy and Gausman are both eager to learn from Cashner, who became the Orioles’ most experienced ...

  5. The Baltimore Orioles have announced they have reached a deal with former Miami Marlins pitcher Andrew Cashner to a two-year deal. Just bring a little home up here and try to get us back to ...

  6. O's extend Blue Jays' woes in close game

    Major League Baseball3 days ago

    The Blue Jays were the ones responsible for ending Baltimore's season a year ago in the American League Wild Card Game. The Orioles haven't wasted any time getting their revenge. Baltimore forced ...

  7. Orioles manager Buck Showalter still wants to see more of Anthony Santander, the switch-hitting outfielder whose Rule 5 draft requirements carry over to 2018, meaning the team ...

  8. Orioles right-hander Miguel Castro, who enters the Grapefruit League season as the leading candidate for the team’s fifth rotation spot, will not make his first scheduled spring start on Sunday ...

  9. Zach Britton Ties the AL Consecutive Save Record of 54, Dating Back to October 1, 2015. All International customers are responsible to pay for all applicable duty and customs charges. In rare ...

  10. Q&A: Dan Duquette talks Orioles' direction

    Major League Baseball2 days ago

    ...recently sat down with Duquette in his office at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, Fla., to discuss his place in the unique tree of general managers from Amherst College, what it was like for a Massachusetts kid to become the general manager of the Red Sox, what he sees for this year's Orioles and whether his Expos or Buck Showalter's Yankees would have won the 1994 World Series.

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