Wednesday, February 28, 2024

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Orioles designate lefty reliever Wright for assignment

With his minor-league rehab assignment coming to an end, Orioles left-handed reliever Wesley Wright was activated from the 60-day disabled list and designated for assignment. Signed to a $1.7 million contract in December, Wright made just two appearances for Baltimore...

Orioles thoughts on pitching and outfield situation

Luke Jones offers his thoughts on a variety of Orioles players as another week of baseball begins.

Gonzalez expected to miss Sunday’s start against Yankees

The Orioles starter is likely heading for the 15-day disabled list with a right groin strain.

Orioles call up right-hander Roe for additional bullpen help

Feeling the effects of Thursday's rain delay, a short start from Ubaldo Jimenez on Friday, and Saturday night's 13-inning affair, the Orioles have again turned to Triple-A Norfolk for bullpen help. Prior to Sunday's finale against the Miami Marlins, the...

Lough activated from DL, Gamboa optioned back to Norfolk

BALTIMORE -- After dealing with a crowded bullpen, an injury, and pitching struggles over the first week of the season, Orioles manager Buck Showalter finally has his four-man bench. Prior to the series opener against the New York Yankees, outfielder...

Orioles place left-handed reliever Wright on DL

BALTIMORE -- Faced with a crowded bullpen to begin the 2015 season, the Orioles will now have that problem alleviated in a way they didn't anticipate. Left-handed pitcher Wesley Wright has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a...

A home opener to forget for the Orioles

A poor spring carried over for starter Bud Norris in an ugly 12-5 loss for the Orioles on Friday.

2015 Orioles preview: Wesley Wright

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

Orioles agree to one-year deal with lefty reliever Wright

The former Chicago Cubs pitcher will try to help fill the void left behind by Andrew Miller.
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