Orioles News

  • O's win again to end Angels' record streak

    Miguel Gonzalez allowed only two runs over 7 2/3 stellar innings while Jonathan Schoop belted a two-run homer as the Orioles made it two straight over the Angels on Tuesday night in Anaheim, 4-2.

  • Machado scratched with back tightness

    Manny Machado was originally in Tuesday's starting lineup but was removed just before the game with back tightness.

  • Anaheim native Tillman starts for O's vs. Halos

    Anaheim native Chris Tillman starts for the Orioles opposite the Angels' Jered Weaver as the teams complete their series at Angel Stadium on Wednesday night.

  • Rebounding Bundy records best outing of season

    Top prospect Dylan Bundy, on the comeback trail from Tommy John surgery, turned in his best outing of the season in a Class A start, throwing six innings in under 75 pitches.

  • Jones honored for his 'Heart & Hustle'

    All-Star center fielder Adam Jones was named the winner of the Orioles' Heart & Hustle Award. From each team's representative, an overall MLB winner be honored.

  • Competitive Balance Lottery on Wednesday

    Major League Baseball's version of the Draft lottery doesn't attract nearly as much attention as its NBA and NHL counterparts, mostly because baseball's top picks aren't determined randomly like they are in the other sports. But for 12 big league clubs, the Competitive Balance Lottery will provide them with a valuable extra selection in 2015.

  • Jimenez's ankle injury slow to mend

    Orioles pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez has been progressing slowly from a right ankle injury, so much so that he may leave the team to better heal. They'll know more after a bullpen session on Wednesday.

  • Guilmet sent down to make room for Gonzalez

    The Orioles made room for Miguel Gonzalez on the roster to start Tuesday's game by optioning reliever Preston Guilmet to Triple-A

  • Jones' two homers propel Norris, O's at Big A

    Adam Jones showcased his power stroke Monday night in Anaheim, going deep twice -- and for the third time in three games -- to post a four-RBI game that lifted the Orioles to a series-opening 4-2 win over the Angels.

  • Norris rejoins rotation as O's option Clevenger

    The Orioles added pitcher Bud Norris from the Minor Leagues to make Monday night's start against the Angels and optioned Steve Clevenger back to Triple-A Norfolk to clear a roster spot.

  • O's drop series finale to A's with sloppy effort

    Baltimore was routed in the rubber match against the A's, 10-2, on Sunday afternoon at O.co Coliseum.

  • Ubaldo needs another bullpen before rehab

    Ubaldo Jimenez threw his second bullpen on Sunday morning since going on the disabled list with a right ankle sprain, and afterward he and manager Buck Showalter determined he will need at least one more session before making a rehab start.

  • Jones, Orioles jump on Hammel, drub A's

    The Orioles scored four first-inning runs off Jason Hammel on Saturday en route to an 8-4 victory at the Coliseum. Adam Jones, the third batter of the night, smacked a three-run homer, and he tied a career high with five RBIs.

  • Machado not bothered by boos in Oakland

    Manny Machado has heard constant boos since the Orioles arrived at O.co Coliseum on Friday, but O's manager Buck Showalter believes the 22-year-old third baseman is handling himself well -- and perhaps even using the heckling to fuel him.

  • Machado's big blast wasted as A's rally

    Zach Britton gave up a walk-off, three-run home run to Josh Donaldson in the ninth on Friday night, blowing a two-run lead as the Orioles fell, 5-4, at the Coliseum.

  • Machado puts issues with A's in the past

    The boo birds will likely be out in force for Manny Machado this weekend, as the Orioles' third baseman appears in Oakland for the first time since a pair of scuffles with the A's in early June. But Machado believes the issue is water under the bridge.

  • O's lock up 33rd-round pick before deadline

    The Orioles signed all but seven of their 38 selections in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, announcing on Friday that they had locked up one final player, 33rd-round right-hander Brandon Koch, in advance of the 5 p.m. ET deadline.