Tag: Baltimore Orioles

Orioles release remaining tickets for Kids Cheer Free program

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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.

Alex Cobb’s familiarity with AL East vital to Orioles

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By Rich Dubroff

SARASOTA, Fla. — Alex Cobb was the biggest name free agent still on the market, and the Baltimore Orioles never stopped showing interest in him. That interest paid off when Cobb officially signed a four-year, $57 million year deal March 21.

Orioles still have decisions before roster can be finalized

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By Rich Dubroff

SARASOTA, Fla. — The Orioles’ final Grapefruit League game is just seven days away, and there are still many roster decisions to be made.

Orioles invite children ages 9 and younger to free ballgame with paying adult

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Young Orioles fans run the bases at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Image courtesy of the Orioles.

This baseball season*, adults who buy a regularly priced upper deck ticket at Oriole Park at Camden Yards can bring up to two children ages 9 and younger for free as part of the Kids Cheer Free program, the Orioles announced today.

Orioles announce partnership with Naval Academy

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The Washington Nationals and Boston Red Sox warm up before an exhibition game at the Naval Academy’s Max Bishop Stadium. Image via the Office of the Maryland Governor, managed by the Maryland State Archives.

The Baltimore Orioles and U.S. Naval Academy have formed a partnership to bring a Major League Baseball exhibition to Annapolis and an Army-Navy double-header to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the Orioles announced today.

Orioles re-sign Chris Tillman to one-year deal

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By Rich Dubroff

SARASOTA, Fla. — Right-handed pitcher Chris Tillman is returning to the Orioles on a one-year, incentive-laden contract.

Orioles Sign RHP Andrew Cashner To Two-Year Deal

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By Rich Dubroff

SARASOTA, Fla. — Two days into spring training, the Orioles added an accomplished starting pitcher, signing right-hander Andrew Cashner to a two-year, $16 million contract.

Ryan Flaherty Bids Farewell to Baltimore

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Ryan Flaherty in 2015. Photo by Keith Allison, via Wikimedia Commons.

News broke yesterday that utility man Ryan Flaherty is on his way to Philadelphia Phillies, bringing to an end his six-year stint with the Baltimore Orioles.

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