Wednesday, January 27, 2021



Orioles fill shortstop opening with veteran Freddy Galvis

The 31-year-old will take the place of Jose Iglesias, who was traded to the Angels in early December.

Elias, Perez speak on Orioles international signing class

The class includes the first two seven-figure international signings in club history.

Hyde says Mancini “looks fantastic,” Davis will need to earn playing time

The Orioles manager said "all signs are great" with Trey Mancini, who should be ready for spring training whenever it officially begins.

Orioles’ Davis: “I’m not throwing in the towel”

The 34-year-old first baseman who's batted .169 over the last three seasons says he's fully committed to playing in 2021.

Elias explains Orioles’ decisions to trade Iglesias, non-tender Alberto

The general manager left the door open to a reunion with infielder Hanser Alberto, who is now a free agent.

Elias explains Orioles’ decisions to designate Nunez for assignment, add six to 40-man roster

The general manager said the organization wasn't going to take the slugger to arbitration.

Primed to be ready for spring training, Mancini says he’s feeling “totally like myself”

The Orioles slugger completed chemotherapy for Stage 3 colon cancer in September and recently began hitting again.

Elias lays out Orioles’ winter plans, names Holt as major league pitching coach

The general manager also discussed the Jose Iglesias option decision and provided an update on Trey Mancini.

Undefeated and very defensive in Pittsburgh

The loss of Devin Bush will affect the Steelers but Will Graves of the Associated Press says that Mike Tomlin has a wealth of other assets to chase Lamar Jackson and the Ravens around on Sunday.

What ever happened to Baltimore’s disdain of Washington sports?

The Orioles are a doormat. The Nationals won the World Series. The Ravens have the NFL MVP. And the R...well, the Washington Football Team doesn't have a name and Daniel Snyder hears the echo of the power of the shield.
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Interpreting the words of Eric DeCosta and Ravens offseason intentions

Luke Jones and Nestor react to the postseason press conference with Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta and evaluate the suddenly busy offseason of the franchise and its needs.
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