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Soooo, Jim Palmer basically called Chris Davis a liar

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Chris Davis (Kenya Allen/Pressbox)

Last night the Baltimore Orioles added another dismal loss to what is quickly becoming one of the most dismal seasons in franchise history, falling 11-1 to the lowly Chicago White Sox.

That itself wasn’t unusual. What was: Hall of Fame pitcher and broadcaster Jim Palmer throwing down the gauntlet on struggling first baseman Chris Davis.

The Orioles got owned online by ‘Looney Tunes’

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Image via Twitter.

The 2018 Baltimore Orioles continue to find new levels of misery, as they did last night when starting pitcher Dylan Bundy gave up seven runs without recording an out in the 1st inning.

Woof.

Orioles debut expanded Kids’ Corner at Oriole Park tonight

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Image courtesy of the Orioles.

During tonight’s game against the Kansas City Royals, the Baltimore Orioles are debuting a revamped Kids’ Corner near Gate C.

(Insert joke about the much-needed distraction from the team’s lousy play here.)

Injuries keep mounting as Tim Beckham contemplates surgery

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By Rich Dubroff

In a season full of untimely injuries, the Orioles received more troubling news when infielder Tim Beckham’s left groin injury turned out to be more serious than originally thought. He may soon undergo surgery.

Orioles announce theme nights, including tributes to ‘The Sandlot,’ ‘Game of Thrones’ and good dogs

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Image courtesy of the Baltimore Orioles.

The Baltimore Orioles today announced a full slate of themed promotional events throughout the season, including a yoga night and games dedicated to classic kids’ baseball movie “The Sandlot,” HBO’s fantasy epic “Game of Thrones” and good doggos.

Some observations after last night’s poorly attended Orioles game

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The scene before first pitch at last night’s Orioles-Blue Jays game. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

In addition to the indignity of seeing a one-run deficit balloon to six in the top of the 9th inning, the Baltimore Orioles had the rather dubious honor of playing in front of one of the smallest crowds in Oriole Park at Camden Yards history.

Orioles release remaining tickets for Kids Cheer Free program

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Image via the Baltimore Orioles on Twitter.

The Wall Street Journal‘s Jason Gay just wrote a column praising the Orioles for their new Kids Cheer Free program, and deservedly so. It truly is one of the best deals in professional sports: Adults who buy an upper deck ticket can bring up to two kids ages 9 or younger for free.

Photo Gallery: Orioles fans party to celebrate Opening Day

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The Baltimore Orioles started the 2018 season yesterday with a 3-2, extra-innings win over the Minnesota Twins. Thousands of fans dressed in orange and black descended on the neighborhood outside Oriole Park at Camden Yards to party before the game. All photos by J.M. Giordano.

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Holy cannoli, beer at Camden Yards will be as cheap as $4 this season

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When the Baltimore Orioles announced earlier this month they were starting a program allowing adults to bring children ages 9 and younger to games for free all season long, they paired the news with the promise of a new concessions menu offering more affordability.

Today, the team released more details, including that draft domestic beers will come in small, medium and large sizes for a range of $4-$8.

Five Takeaways From Orioles Spring Training

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By Rich Dubroff

SARASOTA, Fla. — With the Baltimore Orioles’ Grapefruit League schedule complete, and the March 29 opener against the Minnesota Twins just three days away, here are five takeaways from Orioles spring training.

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