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Castoff Orioles providing no shortage of fun early in weird season

The 2020 Orioles are competing, entertaining, and -- to the surprise of everyone -- winning.

Finding value in 2020 Orioles season challenging and easy at same time

With fingers crossed and expectations low for the Orioles, let's play ball.

Bundy trade serves as reminder of Orioles’ past — and unknown future

Dylan Bundy was once the consensus best pitching prospect in baseball and represented hope.

Twelve Orioles thoughts on Andrew Cashner trade

Pitching up in the zone more and doubling his changeup usage led to Andrew Cashner's rebound this season.

All bets off on Orioles’ potential path toward infamy

Surpassing the 1962 New York Mets is hardly a stretch for a club that's lost 34 of its last 43 games.

Twelve Orioles thoughts entering late June

Trey Mancini continues to have a career year at the plate, fueling discussion about his future.

Twelve Orioles thoughts approaching mid-May

Mychal Givens has recorded more than three outs in eight of his first 13 appearances, making him a valuable commodity.

Nine notable Orioles numbers at end of April

Trey Mancini entered Wednesday ranked eighth in the majors in on-base plus slugging percentage.

Twelve Orioles thoughts after first 20 games of 2019 season

Trey Mancini has easily been Baltimore's biggest star, but Dwight Smith Jr. has been the surprise at the plate.

Twelve Orioles thoughts on struggling pitching staff

The Baltimore staff allowed a staggering 37 home runs through its first 13 games.
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