Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop isn’t content to just be this year’s recipient of the Louis M. Hatter Most Valuable Oriole Award. Schoop sees his career 2017 season as a challenge: to continue to set the bar higher.
Whether it was the last game Ubaldo Jimenez ever starts for the Orioles, no one was certain. But Friday’s 8-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays — the home finale for the inconsistent righty — was a microcosm of Jimenez’s entire four-year stretch in Baltimore.
Led by Wilson Ramos’ grand slam and Evan Longoria’s homer — which tied the club record for home runs– the Rays powered their way to Friday’s 8-3 series-evening win over the Orioles.
The Orioles and Rays will continue their four-game series at Camden Yards on Saturday night with two veteran right-handers on the mound.
A day after his Major League debut, Orioles pitching prospect Tanner Scott was all smiles: glad he got out there and glad the first one was behind him.
The Orioles plan to begin the 2018 season with star third baseman Manny Machado on their roster, postponing a possible youth movement for at least one more year, one source confirmed to MLB.com.
There will be growing pains, for sure, but No. 2 prospect Austin Hays has shown over a short stretch what’s he capable of bringing to the Orioles sooner rather than later.
As he nears the end of his four-year, $50 million contract, Ubaldo Jimenez will make his final home start of the season on Friday when the Orioles and Rays continue their four-game series at Camden Yards. Tampa Bay will counter with Alex Cobb.
A day after sitting out with an illness, Orioles third baseman Manny Machado made everyone at Camden Yards feel better on Thursday. Machado snapped Baltimore’s 26-inning scoreless stretch with a two-run first-inning homer. The blast, coupled with eight solid frames from righty Gabriel Ynoa, was enough for Baltimore to hang on for a 3-1 series-opening […]
A pair of home run-happy ballclubs clinging to hope in the American League Wild Card race cross at Camden Yards as the Rays and Orioles meet Thursday night when Tampa Bay’s Matt Andriese and Baltimore’s Gabriel Ynoa oppose each other on the mound.
The Red Sox are fending off a surge by the Yankees with a nice hot streak of their own. Backed by an overpowering performance by Chris Sale, who became the first Boston pitcher since Pedro Martinez in 1999 to record 300 strikeouts in a season, Boston finished a three-game sweep of the Orioles with a […]