While the Orioles wait on the arrival of outfielder Dexter Fowler — who agreed to a contract pending medicals on Tuesday — Rule 5 Draft pick Joey Rickard is hoping to stick among the outfield group this spring.
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones made it clear before last season ended that he was hoping to sit down with principal owner Peter Angelos to discuss the importance of keeping the core of the team together. “You see the result of that,” Jones said from the Orioles’ clubhouse on Wednesday,
The Orioles aren’t wasting any time. While the team waits for the results of pitcher Yovani Gallardo’s physical — expected on Wednesday — Baltimore filled its other major hole on Tuesday night, agreeing to terms on a three-year contract with outfielder Dexter Fowler, a source confirmed to MLB.com. The team has not commented on the […]
Manny Machado said there’s “hope” that he can remain an Oriole beyond his arbitration years after seeing Baltimore lock up Chris Davis with a seven-year, $161 million deal.
The Orioles might have had a disappointing season at the Major League level in 2015, finishing third in the American League East with an 81-81 record, but it was a big year for the club’s farm system, and that should pay dividends this season.
The Orioles continued to go over the medicals of free agent starter Yovani Gallardo on Tuesday, though reportedly some concerned have surfaced.
Once the Orioles do officially announce the Yovani Gallardo deal, the team will have a rotation of five right-handed starters. Manager Buck Showalter said Monday that he doesn’t have a problem with that.
The Orioles addressed a serious hole on Saturday night in agreeing to terms with starter Yovani Gallardo, and there’s reason to believe Baltimore isn’t done just yet.
The news, which came out Saturday night, started to circle around the Orioles’ clubhouse via text. Baltimore had finally reached an agreement with free-agent starter Yovani Gallardo on a three-year deal guaranteed to net him $35 million, according to a source. The club has not confirmed the deal. And just like that, one of the […]
Orioles bullpen hopeful Jeff Beliveau said Saturday that he doesn’t have any restrictions in camp, though he will take Spring Training slow to ensure he recovers fully from the labrum surgery he underwent last April.
Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy mentioned Friday that should he make the team’s Opening Day roster in the bullpen, he’ll rely on some veterans to mentor him.