The O’s are looking to get back in the win column, after taking the loss in a close game last night against the Detroit Tigers.
The O’s are looking to get back in the win column, after taking a tough 13-4 loss yesterday to the Toronto Blue Jays.
The O’s are back in action today against the Toronto Blue Jays, after an impressive 6-3 win against the Boston Red Sox yesterday afternoon.
After coming off their first win of the spring, the Orioles are back in action, as they take on the division rival Boston Red Sox at Ed Smith Stadium in sunny Sarasota, FL.
Still looking for their first win after a 4-2 loss against the Yankees yesterday, the O’s are back at it today from CoolToday Park to face the Atlanta Braves.
The Orioles are set to see their division rivals, the New York Yankees, for the first time this spring. In a showdown of starting pitchers, who will be seeing each other again, John Means and Jordan Montgomery take the hill against each other this afternoon at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, FL.
The O’s are back at it today from Clearwater, FL, as they gear up to play the Philadelphia Phillies in the second game of the spring.
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s finally here! The first game of spring training us upon us, and with that gives us our first lineup of the 2021 baseball season!
Welcome back to another edition of SpringNotes! In this series, we provide Birdland with some information about what is happening at O’s spring training camp! So, let’s get right into it!
Up next on this year’s Prospect Profiles is a new member of Baltimore’s farm system, Tyler Nevin! The return in last year’s Mychal Givens trade, Nevin plays first and third base and also positions in the outfield.
Alas, it is finally here! Spring training has begun, and this will be the final Monday Thoughts article before exhibition games start this Sunday!
Hello, Battery Fam, and welcome back to another edition of Battery Q&A! In this series, we answer all of your Orioles questions that you submit to us via Facebook and Twitter! We have a few interesting topics to cover this week, so let’s get right into it!
Today was the first day of Spring Training 2021, and a lot of information was presented to Birdland. So, with that being said, The Baltimore Battery brings to you SpringNotes! It’s like SparkNotes, but for Orioles spring training!
The Orioles have decided to roll the dice on another former All-Star, signing right-handed pitcher Matt Harvey to a minor league deal, just 10 days after signing Félix Hernández to a similar deal. Harvey, a former Met, Red, Angel, and Royal will make $1 million if he makes the team.
The Orioles, along with 29 other clubs, are just one week away from the start of spring training, and earlier today the club announced its revised Grapefruit League schedule and non-roster invitees.
Happy Monday! We are back on Monday Thoughts, this time less than two weeks before pitchers and catchers report to Sarasota for spring training!
The Baltimore Orioles are in a rebuild, and the fans, like us, are well aware of this. While the win-loss numbers might not be pretty this year, there are a number of prospects with very exciting futures. Some of the names that give Baltimore fans hope are Adley Rutschman, Ryan Mountcastle, Austin Hays, Yusniel Diaz,Continue reading “7 Orioles pitchers to watch in 2020”
Next Tuesday, our long baseball hibernation will come to an end, when pitchers and catchers report to Sarasota, FL to begin the Baltimore Orioles 2020 season.
The Orioles recently announced a list of non-roster invitees to Spring training. Several young prospects with high potential are included on the list, as well as newly acquired veteran players.