1 hr ago | Camden Chat
He's expensive. He's never lived up to expectations. He might be declining. He's also an underappreciated model of consistency.
5 hrs ago | Toronto Blue Jays
Baltimore's lethal lineup posted a six-run fourth inning and turned in its largest offensive output this season, highlighted by slugger Chris Davis' two-homer, five-RBI afternoon in a dominant 13-3 win over Detroit on Wednesday.
9 hrs ago | Baseball Prospectus
Teams are ordered based on Adjusted Hit List Factor , a computer generated number, and the author isn't responsible for the order of the teams.
13 hrs ago | Sporting News
Each week, Sporting News will profile a player and a team who have exhibited The Winning Edge during the 2013 season.
18 hrs ago | Birds Watcher
I suppose you can file this under the "needless to say" category, but somehow I think Zach Britton earned himself another start for the Baltimore Orioles.
Matt Tuiasosopo strikes out to end the sixth inning Tuesday. He had hit a solo homer in the previous inning.
In 12 previous meetings, the Orioles had never beaten Detroit Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander .
Andrew Bailey has had a couple rough outings out of the bullpen lately, which have led some to look elsewhere for players to pitch the ninth inning.
A month ago, the Orioles had the worst 2B and DH, by OPS, in the AL. They also had the best 1B.
One of the benefits of having a good team is that you usually have good players.
Chris Davis hit a two-run homer and drove in three runs, pacing Baltimore's 6-3 victory over Boston in the finale of a four-game series from Camden Yards.
Ty Whittaker was sitting on his couch, perusing the Internet on his iPad last month when he saw the horrifying news: an EF5 tornado had ravaged Moore, Okla., and the surrounding area.
If there is a lasting image from the Orioles ' 5-4 loss to the Boston Red Sox on Saturday, it's pinch-runner Alexi Casilla standing at third base, arms spread wide, palms in the air, mouthing "What happened?" to coach Bobby Dickerson.
Miguel Cabrera continues to do remarkable things between the lines, and his performance is being reflected in the ballot box as the 2013 All-Star Game approaches.
The Red Sox came into Friday night's 2-0 loss to the Orioles with 355 runs, 25 more than the next closest club, but the Orioles have held them to just three hits in no runs in the last 15 innings, stretching to the final 15 frames of Thursday's 13-inning, 5-4 loss.