Adrian Beltre needed a pair of hits to enter the record books, but Kevin Gausman kept him out, at least temporarily. Gausman held Beltre to one hit and the Rangers scoreless over a career-high 8 2/3 innings to lead the Orioles to a 4-0 win on Saturday at Globe Life Park.
All eyes will be on Adrian Beltre on Sunday afternoon, as the Rangers third baseman is one hit shy of 3,000 for his career. And while the Orioles and Wade Miley will try to stop it, there’s no denying that the baseball world is eager to watch one of the game’s premier players become the […]
As the Orioles wait for newly acquired pitcher Jeremy Hellickson — who is expected to report on Monday — to join them, Baltimore’s clubhouse on Saturday afternoon remained upbeat about the addition and not ready to concede the 2017 season just yet.
Orioles Rule 5 Draft pick Anthony Santander and rehabbing infielder Ryan Flaherty were rained out in Double-A Bowie on Friday, but the pair continue to progress toward joining the big league club.
On Friday, Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette traded for Phillies starter Jeremy Hellickson in an effort to boost an underperforming rotation. Hellickson — who was scratched Friday due to inclement weather and trade speculation — gives a thin pitching staff another arm. The O’s, who also received cash considerations in the […]
Near the end of Friday night’s game between the Rangers and Orioles, the only drama was whether Adrian Beltre had a shot at collecting his 3,000th career hit. Beltre had two hits, both RBI singles, to give him 2,998 hits, while Andrew Cashner shut Baltimore down for seven innings to propel Texas to an 8-2 […]
As the Orioles enjoy an off-day, it’s as good a time as any to get into your latest Inbox questions. With the non-waiver Trade Deadline on Monday, there are plenty of rumors and speculation surrounding the O’s.
After a four-game sweep of the Rangers in Baltimore last week, the Orioles head to Arlington for a three-game weekend set.
Baseball’s reigning opposite-field home run king, in one of the sport’s myriad brilliant ironies, is a 6-foot-3, 230-pound left-handed hitter built to mash to the pull side. But that is the danger in facing Orioles first baseman Chris Davis.
Homers and a healthy dose of Alex Cobb led the Rays to a 5-1 win over the Orioles on Wednesday afternoon at Tropicana Field.
Orioles catcher Chance Sisco moved up 49 spots to No. 50 on MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 Prospects list in the midseason version released on Tuesday.
With first baseman Chris Davis out for a second straight game due to an illness, Trey Mancini was a worthy substitute. The rookie turned in a Davis-esque offensive performance with two hits, a home run and a walk in the Orioles’ 5-4 loss to the Rays on Tuesday night.