Wednesday, November 25, 2020

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Means finally joins party for surprising 2020 Orioles

A John Means resurgence on the heels of Keegan Akin and Dean Kremer shutting down the Yankees last weekend would give the Orioles the makings of their most interesting starting rotation in some time.

Orioles make short-term intentions clear by trading Givens, Milone

Mychal Givens had been a mainstay in the Baltimore bullpen since 2015.

Mountcastle, Davis like two ships passing in the night for Orioles

Ryan Mountcastle brings hope for better days ahead, especially with Baltimore's surprising start being flattened by a six-game losing streak this week.

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.

Tommy Milone to start on Opening Day for Orioles in place of Means

The 33-year-old lefty signed with Baltimore as a non-roster invitee to spring training in mid-February.

Twelve Orioles thoughts entering abbreviated 2020 season

Center fielder Austin Hays headlines the list of exciting youngsters to watch in Baltimore this season.

Four long-term story lines for start of 2020 Orioles season

The cancellation of the minor league season leaves Mike Elias' goal of fostering "an elite talent pipeline" with limited avenues to develop young prospects.

Twelve Orioles thoughts with 2020 season training resuming

As of Monday, Mike Elias said the organization had been "remarkably lucky" not to have any positive COVID-19 tests.

Twelve Orioles thoughts in early days of March

This figures to be a pivotal year for outfield prospect Yusniel Diaz after an injury-plagued 2019 campaign.
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Attempting to explain how the Pittsburgh Steelers are still undefeated

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Our favorite Hall of Famer discusses COVID effect on Ravens and how defenses attack Lamar

Hall of Famer Rod Woodson catches up with Nestor on about his passion for teaching the game of football around the world. And the weirdness of being stuck in middle of the Baltimore and Pittsburgh rivalry.

McPhee joins growing list of Ravens’ positive tests before Pittsburgh game

The veteran outside linebacker won't be able to play in the Pittsburgh game, which is still scheduled for Thursday night.

Grieving the loss of the Calvert Hall and Loyola on Thanksgiving Day

A tradition unlike any other, the cancellation of the Turkey Bowl makes this a silent pigskin holiday pausing a passionate local rivalry. Former Delegate...

Andrews: “People are starting to count us out, and that’s fine”

The Ravens tight end says his team is feeling plenty of urgency to turn the recent struggles around.