Team News: Baltimore Orioles

  • Cobb hoping to get on track vs. former club
    Alex Cobb will face his former team tonight at 7:05 p.m. ET as Tampa Bay comes to town. Cobb took the loss after surrendering seven runs (five earned) on 10 hits in 3 1/3 innings on Thursday against Detroit. Cobb's Orioles tenure is off to a rocky start,

  • Gausman pitches immaculate inning in loss
    Kevin Gausman held Cleveland to four hits over eight brilliant innings. He even had a perfect seventh, needing nine pitches to strike out Yonder Alonso, Yan Gomes and Bradley Zimmer. But it didn't matter. Gausman's effort went for naught as the Orioles' o

  • Beckham exits with sore groin/Achilles tendon
    Third baseman Tim Beckham exited Monday's 2-1 loss to the Indians at Oriole Park at Camden Yards with a sore groin and Achilles tendon and could be sidelined longer.

  • Machado named co-AL Player of the Week
    Major League Baseball recognized last week's top performers on Monday by announcing the A's Sean Manaea and the and the Orioles' Manny Machado of the American League and the D-backs' Patrick Corbin of the National League as the Players of the Week present

  • Lowther makes Pipeline Team of the Week
    MLB Pipeline's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances in the Minor Leagues from the previous week. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible.

  • Machado homers twice in O's loss to Indians
    Manny Machado homered twice, solving the Rubik's Cube that is Indians ace Corey Kluber, but the red-hot shortstop wasn't enough to lift a sagging Baltimore club. Instead, the last-place Orioles (6-16) took their 10th loss in 12 games with Sunday's 7-3 def

  • Lowther among top prospect performers
    Orioles left-hander Zac Lowther was among top prospect performers on Sunday.

  • Injury updates: Trumbo, Britton
    Orioles designated hitter Mark Trumbo will go out on rehab assignment on Monday with Double-A Bowie. Trumbo, who has been brought along cautiously as he recovers from a right quad strain, played one game for Bowie on April 10 before things got shut down a

  • Tillman makes strides; O's offense goes quiet
    Momentum, the old baseball adage goes, is only as good as tomorrow's starter. And while Orioles righty Chris Tillman did show signs of improvement on Saturday -- pitching his best game in four starts this year -- it wasn't enough to finally secure Baltimo

  • Bundy dazzles vs. Tribe with 9-K gem
    Dylan Bundy struck out nine and held the Indians to one run over six innings to pick up his first win of the season and help the O's snap a six-game skid with a series-opening 3-1 win over the Indians at Camden Yards. Manny Machado hit his sixth homer of

  • Machado belts 6th HR, shows off slick defense
    Red-hot Manny Machado extended his team lead in homers to six, going deep for the third time in two games with a fourth-inning solo blast in Friday's 3-1 win over the Indians.

  • Orioles add prospect Scott to bullpen
    The Orioles announced Friday that they have called up left-hander Tanner Scott from Triple-A Norfolk and optioned infielder Engelb Vielma to Triple-A in a corresponding move.

  • Orioles trio among top prospect performers
    Orioles prospects Austin Hays, Cedric Mullins and Keegan Akin were among top performers on Thursday.

  • Cobb ineffective as O's lose sixth straight game
    It feels like a lifetime ago, though only 10 days have passed. The Orioles had a somewhat improbable 12-inning win in the Bronx to secure three of four games against the Yankees -- more wins than they had all of last year in New York. The tides, it seemed

  • Davis hits fourth career homer vs. Zimmermann
    Chris Davis struck a ball on Wednesday afternoon that couldn't have been closer to a home run, hitting the top of the left field fence before bouncing back into play. In his first at-bat Thursday, Davis left no doubt. The struggling O's slugger hit a two-

  • Orioles introduce theme nights for 2018
    The Orioles on Thursday announced a season-long schedule of new theme nights for the 2018 season featuring a variety of unique celebrations, promotions, and giveaway items designed to further engage with Birdland's diverse fanbase.

  • AL East: Checking in on the new guys
    In April, everything is magnified, and this is particularly true for the key newcomers for each team. Here is a look at how it is going for five newbies in the American League East.

  • O's rally late twice but fall to Tigers on walk-off
    On the second pitch that left Pedro Araujo's hand at Comerica Park, Dixon Machado hit a walk-off homer that capped a frustrating 6-5 walkoff series loss to the Tigers.

  • Lowther among top prospect performers
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Tuesday.

  • O's offense lacking in opener loss to Tigers
    The Orioles did not find their missing offense in Detroit. Instead, scuffling Baltimore -- which lost all three games it played this weekend in Boston -- continued to search for its big bats and wasted another quality pitching performance in Tuesday's 4-2

  • Ripken honored with medal from Smithsonian
    Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. has another award to add to his treasure trove of honors. On Tuesday night, the "Iron Man" received a gold medal from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

  • Lowther makes Pipeline Team of the Week
    MLB Pipeline's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the first 11 days of the Minor League season. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible.

  • Bundy's sharp outing not enough in loss to Sox
    For the first time in three games at Fenway Park the Orioles were able to survive the first inning. Unfortunately, this time they couldn't survive the middle frames and fell to the Red Sox, 3-1, for the third straight loss.

  • Red Sox, O's pay tribute to trailblazer Jackie
    When David Price was a student, he didn't mind getting repetitive when it came to the subjects of his book reports. There were two trailblazers he couldn't stop thinking of, and he would always go out of his way to pay homage to them.

  • No timetable for Schoop, but O's optimistic
    In the face of his first disabled list stint since 2015, Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop is trying to remain optimistic about his right oblique strain, in light of the results from an MRI on Saturday.

  • Cobb struggles in debut as O's fall to Red Sox
    Alex Cobb's debut for the Orioles got off to an inauspicious start -- and finish -- in Saturday's 10-3 loss against the Red Sox at Fenway Park.

  • Tillman hit hard in series-opening loss to Sox
    Chris Tillman's nightmare start to 2018 continued on Friday night at Fenway Park as the red-hot Red Sox lineup got to him early and often, cruising to a 7-3 victory and putting another game between them and Baltimore in the A.L. East.

  • Q&A: Adam Jones talks future, family, Jackie
    In a recent sit-down with, Orioles center fielder Adam Jones was at Yankee Stadium recently and answered a wide range of topics from agency to his love for Baltimore.

  • Wells, Baumann among prospect performers
    Alex Wells and Michael Baumann were among top prospect performers on Wednesday.

  • Machado throw proves his arm plays at 3B, SS
    Machado throw proves his arm plays at 3B, SS

  • Stint with O's brief, Harvey returned to Double-A
    Orioles top pitching prospect Hunter Harvey is headed back to Double-A Bowie. Baltimore optioned Harvey, the club's No. 4 prospect per MLBPipeline, to Bowie and recalled infielder Engelb Vielma from Triple-A Norfolk to take his place on the roster.

  • Cashner's gem not enough against Jays
    It is cold and it is early in the season, but the Orioles offense at Camden Yards is still concerning. In Tuesday's 2-1 loss, the Jays were unable to secure a hit off of Toronto starter Aaron Sanchez through 7 innings, as he worked effectively despite all

  • O's recall Ramirez, designate Cortes
    The Orioles recalled right-hander Yefry Ramirez from Triple-A Norfolk and designated left-hander Nestor Cortes, Jr. for assignment, the club announced Tuesday.

  • Bundy sharp again, but O's bats go cold in loss
    Dylan Bundy, who struck out what was a season-high eight batters in Houston, fanned 10 over seven innings on Monday, but was still saddled with the 7-1 series-opening loss to the Jays.

  • Davis impressively breaks bat over his knee
    Chris Davis smashes bat over knee after strikeout

  • Gentry delivers as O's battle back to top Yanks
    For the second time in three days, the Orioles and Yankees went to extra innings. And Baltimore again showed its grit. Backed by some stellar relief outings and a 16-hit output to cover up Mike Wright Jr.'s short start, Craig Gentry's two-out, 12th-inning

  • O's Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Orioles have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Baltimore's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.

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