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Orioles shortstop Hardy relieved to have new contract

BALTIMORE -- With the trade deadline two weeks away and the possibility of multiple teams being after his services this offseason, shortstop J.J. Hardy decided he was having too much fun with the last-place Orioles this season. The 28-year-old shortstop...

Guthrie gets overdue help from offense in Orioles’ 7-5 win over Reds

It was far from Jeremy Guthrie's best performance in a 7-5 win to give the Orioles their first series win since June 6-8. But the bats owed him one. Guthrie pitched 5 2/3 innings, allowing four earned runs and six hits...

Orioles on cusp of .500 (again), other random thoughts

1. Déjà vu all over again. After Friday's 7-0 win over Tampa Bay, the Orioles once again find themselves on the brink of the .500 mark with a 30-31 mark entering Saturday night's test against Tampa ace David Price. A...

Britton’s best keeps getting better for Orioles

I'd written several times after impressive outings in Zach Britton's brief major league career that I got the sense from the rookie that he felt his best was yet to come, whether talking about a need for sharper command,...

Orioles prevail over Mariners in wild 13-inning affair

Maybe it was as simple as J.J. Hardy's return to a struggling lineup. After all, the Orioles were 6-1 when the shortstop left the second game of a doubleheader against the Texas Rangers on April 9 and had gone 8-18...

Live from Camden Yards: Orange Crush chat at 7, ‘Hardy’ a lineup change as Orioles take on Seattle

**Join us in the Orange Crush live chat at 7:00 as the Orioles play the opener of a three-game set against the Seattle Mariners** BALTIMORE -- After plenty of speculation that changes were coming to the Orioles' struggling lineup, the...

Orioles’ struggles becoming not so ‘early’ after weekend sweep to Rays

BALTIMORE -- The old baseball adage is heard countless times in the early weeks of every season, whether a team or player is off to a smoking start or struggling to clear the spring training cobwebs when the games...

Live from Camden Yards: Orange Crush chat at 7 as Orioles go for two straight over Red Sox

**Join us in the Orange Crush live chat at 7:00 as the Orioles play the second of a three-game set against the Boston Red Sox** BALTIMORE -- Looking for their second straight win against the consensus favorite in the American...

Orioles officially place Hardy on DL, recall Bergesen

In a move anticipated for a few days, the Orioles officially placed shortstop J.J. Hardy on the 15-day disabled list and recalled right-handed pitcher Brad Bergesen from Triple-A Norfolk prior to the start of the series opener with the...

Orioles bats fall silent in series loss to Rangers

BALTIMORE -- The Orioles lineup started off with a bang against the Texas Rangers over the weekend, plating five runs in the first three innings of rookie Zach Britton's masterful performance in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday,...
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Brandon Hyde on Rutschman’s historic Opening Day in Orioles’ 10-9 win: “He’s just a super special player”

Adley Rutschman went 5-for-5 with homer, a walk, and four RBIs in his first Opening Day in the majors.

Sizing up 2023 Orioles’ Opening Day roster

General manager Mike Elias set the Opening Day roster hours before first pitch at Fenway Park on Thursday

Campbell closes door on Ravens return, agreeing to one-year deal with Atlanta 

Baltimore had released six-time Pro Bowl selection Calais Campbell on March 13.

Jackson comments on knee injury, absence from Ravens road games at end of last season

Lamar Jackson pushed back at notions that his absence was more about his contract than his knee.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts on cusp of 2023 season

Top pitching prospect Grayson Rodriguez didn't make the Opening Day roster, prompting disappointment and scrutiny.

Lamar Jackson reveals trade request from Ravens, but does it really change anything?

As the surprise and angst over Jackson’s Monday announcement wore off, reality returned to the forefront. 

Like the Mayflowers, could Lamar Jackson be heading to Indianapolis?

Longtime sports columnist and insider Bob Kravitz joins Nestor from Indianapolis where Jim Irsay might be one of the remaining owners to covet the Ravens former MVP quarterback. Will the Colts make a play for Lamar Jackson? As all Baltimore folks know, if it says "Irsay" it's usually unpredictable.

So, Lamar Jackson wants a trade, does he?

After hijacking the Coaches Breakfast press conference with John Harbaugh and the national media with a tweet outing his March 2 trade request, we wonder what happens next for the Ravens' disgruntled former MVP quarterback. Luke Jones and Nestor answer the Lamar Jackson mandate for the Baltimore Ravens and opine on the few possibilities for peace and prosperity in this broken relationship.
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