Orioles News

  • O's balanced attack backs Tillman's outing

    The Orioles churned out 15 hits, led by a career-high four-hit night from Jonathan Schoop, and used a career-high 2 2/3 relief innings from Brian Matusz to help secure an 8-4 series-opening win over the Red Sox on Friday night. Ace Chris Tillman labored through five innings, allowing three runs on seven hits while throwing 122 pitches.

  • Machado in extended spring game today

    Orioles third baseman Manny Machado will play in his first extended spring game today as he takes a big step forward in his recovery from offseason left knee surgery.

  • O's taking wait-and-see approach on Patton

    Orioles lefty reliever Troy Patton, who is scheduled to come off the suspended list on April 30, is ready to start pitching in games. What happens after that could prove challenging for the Orioles, who will have to clear a roster spot or risk losing Patton -- who is out of options -- on waivers.

  • Doubront, Norris take hill in Red Sox-O's tilt

    The Orioles are in the middle of a 16-game span against all AL East foes, and this weekend's wraparound set with Boston is hardly just another four games on the slate. The Red Sox will have the national spotlight on them in advance of Monday's Patriots' Day, and they'll send lefty Felix Doubront against O's righty Bud Norris on Saturday at Fenway Park.

  • O's Meek proving reliable in late-inning spots

    New Orioles reliever Evan Meek has been used in late-inning situations from the get-go, and manager Buck Showalter said he will continue to use the righty as an alternative to setup man Darren O'Day, depending on the matchups and each pitcher's respective workload.

  • O's Inbox: Is Britton a rotation possibility?

    Orioles beat reporter Brittany Ghiroli answers fans' questions about Zach Britton, Manny Machado's possible return and more in the latest Inbox.

  • O's combine to blank Rays for first shutout

    The Orioles used a pair of dribblers, a fantastic diving catch for a double play and some stout relief pitching to top the Rays, 3-0, and record their first shutout in Wednesday's win in Baltimore.

  • Bug keeps O's on their toes with pitching

    The Orioles kept Miguel Gonzalez on turn following Tuesday's rainout, pushing Chris Tillman to Friday's series opener in Boston following Thursday's off-day, but there was concern a bug going around the O's clubhouse could play into the rest of the weekend's rotation.

  • Jackie gets belated celebration in Baltimore

    Following Tuesday's rainout, the Orioles and Rays celebrated Jackie Robinson Day a day late, with both clubs honoring Robinson's legacy in wearing No. 42 for Wednesday afternoon's game at Camden Yards.

  • Prospects Harvey, Giolito impress in duel

    In a South Atlantic League pitchers' duel that lived up to expectations Wednesday, the Orioles' No. 4 prospect Hunter Harvey slightly edged the Nationals' No. 1 prospect Lucas Giolito.

  • Machado, Bundy and Johan making progress

    Orioles third baseman Manny Machado came through his first day of sprints on Monday with no problems, repeating the sprints on Tuesday and working up to three at 180 feet.

  • Jackie Robinson Day special for O's Jones

    Major League Baseball honored Jackie Robinson on Tuesday in recognition of him becoming the first African-American player in the game back in 1947. For Adam Jones, the acknowledgment of Robinson's legacy is not a one-day event.

  • O's bats come to life to back impressive Chen

    Backed by an outstanding effort from Wei-Yin Chen over 6 1/3 innings, Baltimore's offense roared to life, smacking Rays starter Chris Archer around for a career-high seven earned runs en route to a 7-1 series-opening win on Monday night.

  • Rays challenge in fifth, but call stands

    The Rays lost a replay challenge in the bottom of the fifth inning of Monday night's game at Camden Yards after Baltimore's Steve Lombardozzi grounded into a forceout at second base and was ruled safe at first, which prevented a double play.

  • Ubaldo, O's get roughed up in finale with Jays

    Ubaldo Jimenez's struggles continued, while Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle silenced the Orioles' lineup, as Baltimore was beaten by Toronto, 11-3, on Sunday afternoon at Camden Yards.

  • Showalter misses arguing with umpires

    The introduction of instant replay this season has curtailed the manager-umpire argument. That's a bummer for O's skipper Buck Showalter.

  • O's Machado, Johan appear in sim game

    In a simulated game Saturday in Sarasota, Fla., Orioles third baseman Manny Machado had a successful outing and was cleared to go full speed on Monday. Johan Santana also appeared in the game.

  • Hardy, Lough return to O's lineup

    Shortstop J.J. Hardy and outfielder David Lough were back in the Orioles starting lineup for Saturday's game against the visiting Blue Jays.