The 2022 Baltimore Orioles had a year to remember, as they secured their first winning season since 2016! Our Zack Bucklew begins our four-part season recap reviewing the front office moves made prior to and during the season:
The O’s traded away two fan-favorites in Trey Mancini and Jorge López at the MLB Trade Deadline, but they recieved six prospect pitchers in the process. Our Steve Katz highlights O’s GM Mike Elias’ approach of restocking his pitching depth in the minors, while not adding to the big league club:
The Orioles have acquired outfielder Brett Phillips from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for cash considerations. Our Stephen Heckman reports the details:
The Orioles have traded closer Jorge López to the Minnesota Twins in exchange for four pitching prospects. Our Zack Bucklew reports:
The Orioles have traded longtime face of the team, Trey Mancini, to the Houston Astros. Our Stephen Heckman reports the details of the trade, including the return for the O’s:
With the MLB Trade Deadline approaching, there’s a case to be had for the Orioles to keep Trey Mancini and deal him. Our Steve Katz reports:
The Orioles have reached the .500 mark and have won nine straight games! But the question is – Where do the O’s go from here? Our Stephen Heckman reports:
In a day that everyone expected Paul Fry, Tanner Scott, and maybe Trey Mancini to be donning new colors, the big news of the day was Freddy Galvis getting traded to where he begin his career, the Philadelphia Phillies.
Wow, what a trade deadline we are seeing! Some of the biggest names and biggest teams have been all over the baseball media the last few days, and we have a few more hours left!
The Baltimore Orioles have had, well, let’s just say an unimpressive season to date. Currently on pace to win 56 games, it’s easy to say there more than likely won’t be a playoff chase this season.