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Will Mark Trumbo Be Back With The Orioles In 2018?

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By Rich Dubroff

A year ago, Mark Trumbo was a free agent coming off a 2016 season in which he led the majors in home runs. The market for Trumbo wasn’t as active as he thought it would be, however, and he ended up re-signing with the Orioles in January.

Fan Reviews Give Camden Yards First Place in Another MLB Stadium Ranking

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The Orioles franchise escapes the 2017 season with some extra dignity, thanks to a new ranking based entirely on aggregated reviews from the internet.

Ultimate Kids Day – Spend Your Last Day of Summer Break at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium


As the sun sets on the last days of summer and the kids begin to pack their backpacks with newly sharpened pencils and heavy textbooks, the all too familiar complaints of not wanting to go back to school surface.

The Aberdeen IronBirds Will Be Called the Steamed Crabs Tonight

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The Orioles’ minor league affiliate is trading its wings for crab claws for one night only.

10 Questions With Orioles Closer Zach Britton

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By Kevin Eck

Our media partner, PressBox, caught up with Orioles closer Zach Britton.

The Big Little League

Mayor Catherine Pugh with players on Opening Day 2016.  Photo courtesy of James Mosher Associates.
The memories are still vivid and come rushing forth for Rev. Quay Rich, one of the earliest alumni of West Baltimore’s nearly 60-year-old James Mosher Baseball little league, whose games are still played on its original two diamonds located behind James Mosher Elementary School at 2400 West Mosher Street.

Ripken, Britton Took the Field for The Birds…of Aberdeen


The Aberdeen Ironbirds are a minor league affiliate of the Orioles, but the team has a couple of familiar names as they take the field for the season this week.

Orioles’ J.J. Hardy Out up to Two Months with Wrist Fracture

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The O’s’ injury issues continue to worsen.

After Racist Incident Targeting Adam Jones, Orioles’ John Angelos Condemns Nation’s Intolerant Atmosphere in Letter


Orioles COO John Angelos isn’t known for being shy about his opinions, particularly when the discussion involves Freddie Gray or Donald Trump. Yesterday, responding to a nasty incident involving racist fans targeting Adam Jones in Boston on Monday night, he ran a letter on the website for the progressive magazine The Nation condemning the “sickness” of racism across the country.