Baltimore Orioles News, Scores, Status, Schedule – MLB
- 16th of February, 2022
- Long (lower leg) and the Baltimore Orioles reached an agreement on a minor-league deal on Wednesday, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN.com. The Mariners released Long in late October, enabling him to explore his choices elsewhere for the first time in his professional career. Shortly afterward, Long opted free agency, allowing him to explore his options elsewhere for the first time in his professional career. Despite the fact that the 26-year-old was once considered a promising prospect who showed some promise during his first taste of the big leagues in 2019, Long’s poor track record on the health front, combined with the MLB’s ongoing lockout, were likely significant factors in his decision to sign a minor-league contract. Long chose the Orioles as the best potential destination for his comeback, since he should have a genuine chance to contend for at least a utility position, and perhaps even a starting job at second or third base, in his return to the majors. Among the four infield positions, Ryan Mountcastle will likely head into spring training atop the depth chart, with Rougned Odor, Ramon Urias, and Kelvin Gutierrez trailing behind him. However, only Mountcastle appears to be a lock to break camp in an everyday role. Long had surgery in mid-October to repair a stress fracture in his right leg, and his first order of business this spring will be to demonstrate his fitness. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Leandro Arias: Signs with Baltimore
- 16th of January, 2022
- Arias has agreed to join the Baltimore Orioles organization after agreeing to a $600,000 signing bonus, according to MASN. Arias was the 46th-ranked prospect on MLB Pipeline, and he joins an Orioles class that includes Braylin Tavera, who is the team’s top prospect. Despite the fact that the 16-year-old shortstop is a switch hitter with respectable power, he will need to bulk up in order to realize his full potential. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Braylin Tavera: Signs with Orioles
- 16th of January, 2022
- Tavera has agreed to join Baltimore after agreeing to a $1.7 million signing bonus, according to MASN. Tavera surpasses the $1.3 million signing bonus set a year earlier, which was the previous club high. In addition to being one of the most well-rounded players in the class, he also has the potential to grow into a five-tool player with above-average ratings in all areas of the game. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Anthony Bemboom: Lands minor-league contract
- 16th of December, 2021
- According to Dan Connolly of The Athletic, Bemboom signed a minor-league contract with the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday. Bemboom spent the most of the 2021 season at the Triple-A level, where he hit.232/.352/.412 with eight home runs, 37 RBI, and 35 runs in 65 games while playing in the Midwest League. Despite only appearing in eight major-league games with the Angels, he is expected to be considered for a spot on the Orioles’ active roster at some time in 2022. More information may be found here. Less is more
Prospects: Top 30 pitchers
- 8th of December, 2021
- According to Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com, Loeprich underwent left knee surgery on Tuesday, which included debridement of the meniscus. Loeprich had 14 appearances (12 starts) in the minors last season, accumulating a 5.63 earned run average and a 1.38 earned run average in 56 innings. While the right-hander is expected to lose some time during the summer, the Orioles are confident that he will be ready to begin the season on schedule in 2022. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Jacob Nottingham: Signs minor-league deal
- 8th of December, 2021
- Nottingham signed a minor-league contract with the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday, according to Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com. Nottingham will report to Baltimore on Thursday. Over the course of 2016 season, Nottingham participated in 15 major-league games with the Brewers and Mariners, hitting.150 with three homers, six RBI, and five runs scored. Given his big-league experience and the lack of depth at catcher in Baltimore, it wouldn’t be unexpected to see him participate in spring training as a non-roster invitee. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Reed Trimble: Undergoes shoulder surgery
- 6th of December, 2021
- Reports from MASNSports.com’s Roch Kubatko state that Trimble underwent left shoulder labral repair surgery at the beginning of December. During the 2021 NFL Draft, Trimble was taken with the 65th overall pick. With Low-A Delmarva, he didn’t have much success in a short sample of 16 games, with a slash line of.169/.276/.185 in his limited action. The treatment is estimated to need six to nine months of recuperation time, meaning he might be back on the field as soon as early June, but he may also miss the most of the 2022 season as a result of the procedure. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Jordan Lyles: Reaches deal with Orioles
- 2nd of December, 2021
- Lyles and the Baltimore Orioles reached an agreement on a one-year, $7 million contract on Wednesday that includes a $11 million club option for 2023, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. After spending the previous two seasons with the Rangers, Lyles made 30 of his 32 games last season as a starter. He posted a mediocre 5.15 ERA, 1.39 WHIP, and 146:56 K:BB over 180 innings, but he should be able to hold down a rotation position for the start of the 2022 season due to Baltimore’s general dearth of starting pitching talent. Because the medical test was not finished before Major League Baseball launched the lockout of the players on Wednesday, the agreement will not become official until a new collective bargaining agreement is negotiated. More information may be found here. Less is more
Prospects: Top 10 at third base
- sDec 1, 2021
- sMartinwas outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday. Martin spent most of 2021 injured at Triple-A, but he finished the season in the majors and hit.235/.269/.286 in 37 games. He’ll need a strong performance in spring training to have a chance of cracking the Opening Day roster. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Paul Fry: Avoids arbiter
- 1st of December, 2021
- According to Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com, Fry and the Baltimore Orioles reached an agreement on a one-year, $850,000 contract on Tuesday in order to avoid arbitration. Despite the fact that Fry spent the last month of 2021 in the minors, the Orioles chose to provide him a contract for the next season. Despite his dismal season, the left-hander had a 6.08 earned run average, 1.52 WHIP, and a 60:35 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 47.1 innings. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Rougned Odor: Signs with Baltimore
- Dan Connolly of The Athletic reports that Odor agreed to a one-year, major-league contract with the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday, via Rotowire. Odor was released by the Yankees last week and will continue to play in the American League East through the end of the 2022 season. He hit.202/.286/.379 with 15 home runs, 39 RBI, and 42 runs in 102 games last season and is expected to split time between second and third base this season. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Jorge Lopez: Reaches deal with O’s
- 30th of November, 2021
- Lopez and the Baltimore Orioles reached an agreement on a one-year, $1.5 million contract on Tuesday in order to avoid arbitration, according to Robert Murray of FanSided.com. Lopez was sidelined for the final month of the 2021 season due to an ankle strain, but he should be healthy for spring training in 2019. He made 25 of Baltimore’s 33 appearances last season, compiling a 6.07 ERA, 1.63 WHIP, 112:56 K:BB ratio across 121.2 innings of work. More information may be found here. Less is more
Orioles’ Anthony Santander: Avoids arbiter
- 30th of November, 2021
- According to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, the Orioles and Santander (knee) reached an agreement on a one-year, $3.15 million deal on Tuesday, avoiding arbitration. Santander returned to being a below-average hitter in 2021, a trend that has been consistent throughout his career, with the exception of the truncated 2020 season. His slash line of.241/.286/.433 resulted in a 92 wRC+, which was below average. They plainly believe he still has the ability to develop into something more, and they will be hoping to see a line closer to the.261/.315/575 he had in 37 games last season. More information may be found here. Less is more
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Shed Long Jr. signs minor-league contract with the Orioles, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN.com. Long (lower leg) and the Orioles reached an agreement on a minor-league contract on Wednesday, according to Passan. Impact The Mariners released Long in late October, enabling him to explore his choices elsewhere for the first time in his professional career. Shortly afterward, Long opted free agency, allowing him to explore his options elsewhere for the first time in his professional career. Despite the fact that the 26-year-old was once considered a promising prospect who showed some promise during his first taste of the big leagues in 2019, Long’s poor track record on the health front, combined with the MLB’s ongoing lockout, were likely significant factors in his decision to sign a minor-league contract.
Among the four infield positions, Ryan Mountcastle will likely head into spring training atop the depth chart, with Rougned Odor, Ramon Urias, and Kelvin Gutierrez trailing behind him.
Long underwent surgery in mid-October to repair a stress fracture in his right leg, and his first item of business this spring will be to demonstrate that he is still in good health.
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Shortstop Shed Long Jr. signs minor-league contract with the OriolesAccording to Jeff Passan of ESPN.com, Long (lower leg) and the Orioles came to an agreement Wednesday to sign a minor-league contract. Impact Long exercised free agency immediately after being outrighted from the Mariners’ 40-man roster in late October, allowing him to explore his options with other teams for the first time in his professional career. Despite the fact that the 26-year-old was once considered a promising prospect who showed some promise during his first taste of the big leagues in 2019, Long’s poor track record on the health front, combined with the MLB’s ongoing lockout, were likely significant factors in his decision to sign a minor-league contract with the Texas Rangers.
Ryan Mountcastle, Rougned Odor, Ramon Urias, and Kelvin Gutierrez will all likely enter spring training atop the depth chart at the four infield positions, but only Mountcastle appears to be a lock to break camp in an everyday role, according to the most recent projections.
The first order of business for Long this spring will be demonstrating his fitness after undergoing surgery in mid-October to fix a stress fracture in his right leg. ROTOWIRE – FEBRUARY 16
Orioles Game Recaps – Camden Chat
The Orioles were kicked in the shins early and repeatedly in the season’s last game, which was uncharacteristic of them in 2021.
Orioles do their part to keep tiebreaker chaos alive by losing to Blue Jays, 6-4
As a result of their performance against the Blue Jays on Friday, the Orioles have dropped to 108 losses on the season.
Lightning doesn’t strike twice, Orioles lose to Red Sox, 6-0
The Orioles fell down early and never recovered in an uncompetitive defeat to the Red Sox one night after a dramatic comeback victory against Boston.
In shades of 2011, Orioles rally back to beat Red Sox 4-2
Exactly ten years after Robert Andino shattered the hearts of Red Sox fans, the Orioles come away with a significant win over their AL East rivals that threatens Boston’s postseason hopes.
Quiet bats and an unreliable bullpen ruin a John Means start as the Birds fall to Texas, 7-4
John Means pitched five innings of decent, though unspectacular, baseball. However, the Birds squandered opportunities against the Rangers’ Dane Dunning, and the bullpen allowed four runs to score.
Orioles defeat the Rangers in a 3-2 pitching duel
Today’s triumph came as a result of the combined efforts of five Orioles pitchers, who pitched nine innings and limited the Rangers to two runs.
Mullins reaches 30/30 milestone, Orioles lose after allowing five runs in the ninth
Tyler Wells was injured in the ninth inning and was forced to leave the game, and the Orioles were unable to capitalize on the opportunity.
Lowther on the mound, Mountcastle and Hays at the plate lead O’s over Rangers 3-0
The Orioles put together some strong performances in all three phases of the game to win the series opener and earn their second shutout in four games.
O’s offense sputters, bullpen blows lead in 4-3 loss to Phillies
Keegan Akin was outstanding, but his bullpen was unable to maintain a lead, and his offense was unable to give any assistance.
Orioles blow extra innings lead, lose 3-2 to Phillies
Things started off dull, then became interesting, and then became disastrous. The Orioles have lost their 103rd game in a row.
John Means cruises for 6.2 innings in a brilliant return to form as the O’s beat the Phillies, 2-0
The Orioles created a little noise in the first inning against Ranger Suárez of the Philadelphia Phillies, and two runs were all they needed to put this game away.
Orioles bullpen melts down as Red Sox complete sweep, 8-6
The Birds battled back from an early 4-0 hole to capture a thrilling late-inning lead, only to promptly surrender the advantage and concede the game. The same may be said for the O’s in 2021.
Orioles get overtaken by the Red Sox after the fifth inning, lose 9-3
Mike Baumann suffered the defeat in relief tonight as the Red Sox outscored the Orioles by a score of 6 to 1.
Orioles lose 100th game with another lifeless effort in Boston
The Orioles have now lost a total of 100 games for the third time in a row during the regular season. It’s a bleak world out there.
Orioles batter a Yankees team that just can’t seem to beat them with another walkoff win
The Orioles have hit the century mark in losses for the third consecutive complete season. Out there, it’s a bleak place.
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John Angelos Reinforces Orioles’ Commitment to Renewing Baltimore Lease
- According to Bleacher Report, the league has officially postponed spring training games until March 5.
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- Jeter made his debut in 1999. Bryce Harper will be 30 years old in 2021. We selected the four most outstanding individual performances for each team, as reported by Bleacher Report.
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B/R Walk-Off At BRWalkoffShed B/R Walk-Off According to @JeffPassandata-article-id=”6623942399″>, Long has agreed to a minor-league deal with the Orioles.
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- According to Bleacher Report, the MLBPA intends to reject the newest proposal, in which MLB sought to remove hundreds of minor league playing jobs (ESPN).
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- Through the lens of Bleacher Report, we examine the ten cards that have the potential to be of significant value today.
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- These maneuvers would offer teams a one-two punch that they would have to be afraid of. Bleacher Report
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- According to Bleacher Report, @ZachRymer examines the most egregious free-agent blunders made over the previous 20 years.
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- These players might not be worth the bargains they can receive on the open market, according to Bleacher Report’s evaluation.
Manfred Optimistic for Season
- The MLB commissioner thinks that the scheduled March 31 Opening Day will still take place despite the ongoing lockout discussions, according to Bleacher Report
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Analyzing Hyde’s First 3 Seasons as Orioles Manager
- According to Bleacher Report’s Matt Kremnitzer (@mattkremnitzer), an Orioles pitcher has been identified by the defense as a potential drug supplier for Tyler Skaggs.
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Baltimore Orioles Opening Day History by Baseball Almanac
According to Baseball Almanac, the Baltimore Orioles Opening Day history is a comprehensive list of every Opening Day game played by the franchise, including every opponent faced, the exact date of the game played, the final score, the official decision, team splits, and box scores, among other things. “Despite the fact that baseball opted to extend the regular season further into October to play 162 games (after the September 11 catastrophe), why not just play 154 games instead? Baseball has grappled with season-lengthening issues in the past.
In retrospect, baseball should have just abandoned the games and continued with the present schedule.” – Joe Morgan, as heard on ESPN (September 19, 2001) A team’s Opening Day history is based on the first game played at home during the regular season and includes (if appropriate) every game played throughout the team’s existence.
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We believe you may find it useful to use the charts below to compare other similarOpening Daysplits.
|Monthly Opening Day Splits||Team vs Team Opening Day Splits|
|Month (Games)||Won||Lost||WP||Opponent (Games)||Won||Lost||WP|
|March (5)||3||2||0.600||Boston Red Sox (11)||6||5||0.545|
|April (113)||67||45||0.598||Chicago White Sox (29)||15||14||0.517|
|May (2)||2||0.000||Chicago White Stockings (2)||2||0.000|
|July (1)||1||0.000||Cleveland Blues (1)||1||1.000|
|Cleveland Indians (13)||5||8||0.385|
|Score Related Opening Day Splits||Cleveland Naps (4)||2||2||0.500|
|Detroit Tigers (18)||12||5||0.706|
|Type (Games)||Won||Lost||WP||Kansas City Royals (8)||6||2||0.750|
|Shutouts (14)||10||4||0.714||Los Angeles Angels (1)||1||0.000|
|1-Run Games (30)||21||9||0.700||Milwaukee Brewers (4)||2||2||0.500|
|Blowouts (35)||16||19||0.457||Minnesota Twins (5)||5||1.000|
|New York Yankees (8)||4||4||0.500|
|Oakland Athletics (2)||2||1.000|
|Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2)||2||1.000|
|Tampa Bay Rays (1)||1||0.000|
|Texas Rangers (4)||2||2||0.500|
|Toronto Blue Jays (3)||1||2||0.333|
|Washington Senators (5)||5||1.000|
The Baltimore Orioles scored the most runs (15) on Opening Day in franchise history on April 21, 1937, when they faced the New York Giants. The game against the was played on April 14, 1925, and it included the most runs scored against them during an Opening Day game: 21.