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Orioles release infielder Everth Cabrera

BALTIMORE -- After designating veteran Everth Cabrera for assignment last week, the Orioles officially announced his release prior to Saturday's game against the New York Yankees. In 29 games this season, Cabrera batted .208 with two doubles, four RBIs, two...

Orioles make series of roster moves for Cleveland series

Rookie pitcher Mike Wright was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on Friday afternoon.

Fruitless use of resources costing Orioles dearly so far in 2015

There's been plenty of discussion about who the Orioles didn't keep, but not enough about the ones they did who haven't provided a return in 2015.

Orioles shake up roster by designating De Aza for assignment

The outfielder was hitting just .214 in 112 plate appearances this season.

Orioles activate infielder Cabrera from 15-day DL

The veteran replaces rookie Rey Navarro on the 25-man roster.

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Jones not missing his pitch in hot start for Orioles

The All-Star center fielder has struck out just five times in his first 54 plate appearances of 2015.

Schoop out indefinitely with partially-torn PCL, sprained MCL

The Orioles second baseman injured his right knee landing awkwardly on the first base bag Friday night.

2015 Orioles preview: Everth Cabrera

Luke Jones will take a look at a member of the 2015 Orioles every day ahead of their April 6 opener.

Hardy likely to begin season on 15-day disabled list

The three-time Gold Glove shortstop would be eligible to return as early as April 11.
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