Kevin Cash

Kevin Cash’s Debut Ends In Loss To Orioles

The Tampa Bay Rays opened the Kevin Cash era with a 3-2 loss to Buck Showalter and the Baltimore Orioles.

Rays

Rays Open Spring Training, Prepare for New Era

Spring Training is finally here. The Tampa Bay Rays have announced Alex Cobb as their Opening Day starting pitcher and new manager Kevin Cash is set to take his place as he conducts this team for the first time. Cobb

Nick Markakis

Nick Markakis: Don’t Believe The Orioles

Newly acquired Braves outfielder Nick Markakis wanted to finish his career in Baltimore, and would have if not for contract negotiations that went back over the summer.

Ubaldo Jimenez

Orioles’ Jimenez Vows To Rebound After Disappointing Year

Ubaldo Jimenez is hoping that 2015 is a complete turnaround from 2014.

Baltimore Orioles players talk baseball with Cuban President Fidel Castro back in 1999

Baltimore Wants To Play A Spring Training Game In Cuba

Baltimore - The Baltimore Orioles who in 1999 went to Havana to play the Cuban National team in an exhibition game would like to do it again this spring. On the heels of recent improved relations with Cuba, the

Dan Duquette

Report: Dan Duquette Isn’t Headed To Blue Jays

The Orioles and Blue Jays have had negotiations for days about GM Dan Duquette, but know it appears that the talks have fallen apart.

Charlie Blackmon

Charlie Blackmon Represents Backup Option For Orioles

The Orioles still aim to sign Colby Rasmus, but if they cannot they have done their homework on Colorado Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon.

Hank Peters

Hank Peters, Former Orioles GM, Passes Away From Stroke

Hank Peters, the last Baltimore Orioles GM to win the World Series, passed away Sunday morning at age 90 due to complications from a recent stroke.

Andre Ethier

Orioles, Dodgers Have Discussed Andre Ethier Trade

The Baltimore Orioles have reportedly had discussions with the Los Angeles Dodgers regarding left-handed hitting outfielder Andre Ethier.

Ryan Howard

Report: Phillies Could End Up Releasing Ryan Howard

Phillies GM Ruban Amaro Jr. said the team is better off without Ryan Howard, who drove in 95 runs in 2014, but it remains to be seen what the team will do.