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  • • Orioles legend critical of Manny Machado’s lack of hustle during NLCS
    A Baltimore Orioles legend was critical of Manny Machado during Game 2 of the National League Championship Series over the shortstop’s apparent lack of hustle. During the fourth inning, Machado hit a ground ball to Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia. Machado did not run out the ball, leading Hall of Famer Jim Palmer to call Machado’s actions...
  • • Six MLB pitchers who must bounce back from a tough second half
    There is no baseball player on the planet who wouldn’t take a strong start to a season. While gaining positive momentum is a wonderful thing, every ballplayer also knows that what appears to be a solid campaign can be soured in an instant by struggling as they cross the finish line. Just as things can turn on a dime for hitters, the same can be sai...
  • • Winners and losers from Dodgers NLDS win over Braves
    It took a little longer than they had hoped, but the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Atlanta Braves 6-2 in Game 4 to win the NLDS 3-1. The Dodgers will move on to their third straight NLCS, this time they’ll oppose the Milwaukee Brewers. While the Braves showed some good fight later in the series, they were fighting a significant uphill battle. Th...
  • • Report: Orioles expected to part ways with GM Dan Duquette
    The housecleaning is continuing for the Baltimore Orioles. On Wednesday, it was reported that Baltimore is expected to let general manager Dan Duquette go. This comes on the heels of the news that Buck Showalter will no longer have any affiliation with the organization.Duquette had been Baltimore GM since 2011. The Orioles had four winning seasons ...
  • • Report: Orioles expected to part ways with GM Dan Duquette
    The Baltimore Orioles are cleaning house.According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, the Orioles are expected to part ways with general manager and executive VP Dan Duquette, ensuring a clean break in pretty much all aspects of baseball operations. Duquette joins manager Buck Showalter in being shown the door after a disastrous 47-115 season in Bal...
  • • Showalter, Duquette out as Orioles clean house
    The Baltimore Orioles won't retain manager Buck Showalter or executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette Jr. after the team lost 115 games this season. Showalter and Duquette were both on expiring contracts....
  • • Report: Ex-Oriole Mike Bordick candidate for managerial job
    With Buck Showalter gone from the organization, the Baltimore Orioles are looking for a new manager. One possible name is a former player, Mike Bordick. Bordick’s MLB career spanned from 1990-2003. After a long stint with the Oakland Athletics, he signed with the Orioles in 1997, which moved longtime shortstop Cal Ripken Jr. to third base. Bordick ...
  • • Orioles parting ways with Buck Showalter
    The Baltimore Orioles are coming off one of the worst seasons for any team in MLB history, so it would have been a pretty big surprise if they decided to keep their manager going forward. As expected, they will not.Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports that the Orioles are parting ways with Buck Showalter. Showalter has been with Baltimore since 20...
  • • Report: Showalter will not return to the Orioles in any capacity
    Coming off one of the worst seasons in modern MLB history, it’s no surprise that the Baltimore Orioles would look to change things up in a big way.Now, just days removed from finishing up a campaign that saw them post a 47-115 record, the Orioles have reportedly decided to move on from manager Buck Showalter altogether. Having manned the Orioles’ d...
  • • Chris Davis has worst single-season batting average in MLB history
    In a season of full of embarrassing achievements, from a 1-for-30 streak to setting the club’s all-time record for strikeouts, Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis will now cap off his season with the worst batting average ever.The 32-year-old’s season comes to an end with a .168 batting average in 522 plate appearances, the worst batting li...
  • • Report: Orioles haven't made decision on Buck Showalter's future
    The Baltimore Orioles have just four games remaining in what will go down as one of the worst seasons in MLB history, and the assumption has been that they will be searching for a new manager this winter. However, that decision has reportedly not yet been made.According to ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick, the Orioles have not met yet to discuss the futures o...
  • • 54th postponement gives MLB most since '89
    The opener of a season-ending, four-game series Thursday night between the Houston Astros and Baltimore Orioles has been postponed by rain....
  • • Chris Sale continues to experience concerning drop in velocity
    Chris Sale’s drop in velocity since returning from the disabled list continued during his final start of the regular season and is a concern entering the postseason.In his final tune-up before the playoffs, Sale pitched 4.2 innings against the Baltimore Orioles, allowing four hits and three runs while recording eight strikeouts. The topic of discus...
  • • Red Sox hand Orioles franchise-record 112th loss
    While the Boston Red Sox are setting franchise records (in the win column), the Baltimore Orioles are doing the opposite.As a result of Game 1 of a day-night doubleheader Wednesday, the Orioles tallied their 112 loss of the season — a franchise record. Maybe not the record a team seeks to set…Baltimore (45-112) dropped 61.5  games behind Boston (10...
  • • Yankees’ Didi Gregorius cleared for play, could return before playoffs
    New York Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius has been cleared for play Yankees manager Aaron Boone said.Gregorius tore cartilage in his wrist Saturday after he slid into home plate for the winning run in a game against the Baltimore Orioles. Initially, the club believed that Gregorius would miss the remainder of the season and potentially some of the ...

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Top news - Baltimore Orioles

  • • Giancarlo Stanton booed loudly after five-strikeout game
    Giancarlo Stanton’s New York Yankees career is off to a bad start.Stanton was heavily booed throughout Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Orioles, which the Yankees lost in 12 innings. The outfielder went a miserable 0-for-7 with five strikeouts, leaving nine on base.Yankee fans, not known to be a particularly sympathetic group, quickly lost their...
  • • Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton makes the wrong kind of MLB history
    New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton could very well have another MVP-caliber performance in his first season in the Bronx. But for now, it really isn’t going too swimmingly. Stanton entered Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Orioles with a .200 average and 15 strikeouts in just 35 at-bats this season.We can now add five more strikeouts t...
  • • WATCH: Drunk Yankees fan passes out in bleachers, others don't let him off the hook
    It’s never good to pass out from drinking. It’s never good to pass out from drinking when out in public. Add those two things together and include New York Yankees fans, and it’s brought to a whole new level.Just ask this Pinstripe supporter who was at Yankee Stadium Saturday night for the team’s game against the Baltimore Orioles. Yeah, the dude i...
  • • WATCH: Kate Upton models Justin Verlander's gigantic World Series ring
    The Houston Astros on Tuesday were presented with their World Series rings during a pregame ceremony ahead of a 10-6 victory over the Baltimore Orioles at Minute Maid Park. To call the pieces of championship bling massive would be a drastic understatement. Here are additional details about the ring, via the team’s official site. In this case, 11 cu...
  • • Brian Dozier refuses to back down from criticism of late-game bunt by Orioles
    The Minnesota Twins were subjected to some criticism of their own after criticizing the Baltimore Orioles over a late-game bunt during Sunday’s 7-0 victory. And Brian Dozier is refusing to back down over what he perceives as the Orioles’ violation of the much-ballyhooed unwritten rules of baseball. The scene played out as follows: The Twins were on...
  • • Gerrit Cole had great reaction to Charlie Morton’s self-criticism
    Charlie Morton did not give up a run in six innings of work on Monday night and earned his first win of the season with the Houston Astros, but the right-hander felt he had plenty of room for improvement. Fellow starter Gerrit Cole seemed to disagree.Cole, who has been reunited with Morton after he was traded from the Pittsburgh Pirates to Houston ...
  • • Carlos Correa expected to play on Tuesday
    Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch says he expects to see Carlos Correa play on Tuesday despite leaving Monday’s game due to a toe injury.Correa fouled a ball off his big toe on Sunday against the Rangers. Though he was in the starting lineup for Monday’s game against the Baltimore Orioles, he left early due to continued issues.After Houston’s win, Hi...
  • • WATCH: Former Astros coach throws out first pitch after nearly dying in offseason
    Houston Astros first base coach Rich Dauer suffered an acute subdural hematoma during the team’s World Series parade. It not only forced him to retire from coaching, but was nearly fatal. On Monday — the day where the Astros unveiled their first championship banner — Dauer returned to throw out the first pitch.It was quite an emotional scene in Hou...
  • • Four MLB pitchers who deserved better start to season
    There’s a good chance you’ve heard that pitcher wins are rather useless when it comes to evaluating exactly how good any pitcher’s performance has been. There is a new year and a fresh slate of regular-season games at our disposal, but it’s the same old story.Jose Berrios of the Minnesota Twins delivered the first nine-inning, complete-game shutout...
  • • Twins players angry after Orioles bunt against shift in 9th
    The Minnesota Twins were quite aggrieved Sunday after a Baltimore Orioles player bunted against the shift trailing by seven in the ninth inning.With one out in the ninth and nobody on in a 7-0 game, Baltimore catcher Chance Sisco laid down a bunt against the shifted Twins defense, allowing him to reach base with a single. The Orioles had just one h...
  • • Twins’ Kyle Gibson removed from no-hitter after sixth inning
    Kyle Gibson was removed from a no-hit bid after six innings on Saturday night due to his high pitch count.Gibson made his season debut for the Minnesota Twins at home against the Baltimore Orioles. Though he didn’t allow a hit, he walked five batters and had thrown 102 pitches through six. That led manager Paul Molitor to lift him from the game for...
  • • WATCH: Red Sox 2B Eduardo Nunez hits inside the park HR on Opening Day
    Opening Day 2018 has already been action packed. Boston Red Sox second baseman Eduardo Nunez added to the fun, hitting an inside the park home run against the Tampa Bay Rays.Nunez placed the ball perfectly between centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier and left fielder Denard Span. The two did not communicate well. Rather than getting caught or falling for ...
  • • WATCH: O's Craig Gentry robs Twins' Eddie Rosario of HR
    The first home run robbery of the 2018 MLB season came early on Opening Day. It appeared as though Minnesota Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario had a round tripper in his first at-bat of the season, but Baltimore Orioles right fielder Craig Gentry had other ideas. The first actual home run came remarkably early — on the season’s first pitch.This play...
  • • Twins vs. Orioles: Watch MLB Opening Day 2018 online, live stream info, TV channel, odds, starting pitchers
    The Minnesota Twins and Baltimore Orioles kick off the new Major League Baseball season on Thursday...
  • • Chris Davis plans to try to bunt against the shift
    Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis is one of many left-handed power hitters who has been hindered significantly by defensive shifts. This year, however, he sounds intent on trying to counter that strategy.Davis said Wednesday that he thinks bunting against the shift is a sound strategy — and one he intends to employ as long as the shifting...

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