For the Orioles on Tuesday there was plenty of smoke, but no fire. Despite the frenzy of rumors in the morning involving the Orioles adding closer Grant Balfour, executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette confirmed there has been no formal offer extended to the free agent.More»Manager Buck Showalter talks Orioles' offseason
The Orioles have been well-represented with awards this year, and that trend continued when the Greatness in Baseball Yearly Awards were announced Tuesday afternoon at the Winter Meetings.More» Machado earns Play of the Year honors
T.J. McFarland, who was selected by the Orioles in last year's Rule 5 Draft and is coming off a successful winter ball stint, will attend the club's mini-camp in January and compete for a starting rotation spot this spring, manager Buck Showalter said Tuesday at the Winter Meetings.More» McFarland escapes jam with by retiring Papi
As of Tuesday afternoon, there was no official offer from the Orioles to free agent Grant Balfour, but that's expected to change, as Baltimore remains interested in the fiery closer and is trying to get a deal done, according to multiple sources.More» Balfour fans Murphy to earn his 38th save
Despite not making any new offers since landing in Florida on Sunday, the Orioles met with numerous free agents and discussed potential trade scenarios Monday and remain optimistic that they'll upgrade the roster before leaving the Winter Meetings.More»Ghiroli on Jim Johnson, Jemile Weeks and Ryan Webb
The Orioles will hold a four-day minicamp beginning Jan. 13 at the team's Spring Training facility in Sarasota, Fla., to give some of the club's pitchers a chance to work with new pitching coach Dave Wallace and bullpen coach Dom Chiti.More»Who is the better prospect returning from Tommy John?
The Winter Meetings are back at Disney World, but whether the Orioles will have a magical week remains to be seen. Baltimore's only big move in an otherwise busy offseason around baseball has been trading closer Jim Johnson to Oakland. This puts some pressure on executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette & Co. to try to make some major upgrades to keep pace in the American League East.More»What will the O's do to fill their closer role?
The Orioles continued to revamp their bullpen on Friday morning, with an industry source confirming the club has reached an agreement on a two-year, $4.5 million deal with right-hander Ryan Webb.More» Webb goes 1 2/3 scoreless frames in relief
The Orioles made their first big move of the winter Monday, trading All-Star closer Jim Johnson to the A's, which, in addition to giving them salary relief, netted them Jemile Weeks and a player to be named. The two biggest questions now, heading into next week's Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., are who closes and where does the organization go from here?More»Weeks to compete for second-base job in Baltimore
Though the Astros still have seven months to determine whom they'll take at No. 1, North Carolina State left-hander Carlos Rodon has established himself as the frontrunner. Owner of a mid-90s fastball and a wipeout slider, Rodon topped NCAA Division I with 184 strikeouts last spring and led the Wolfpack to their first College World Series appearance in 45 years.More» Alex Jackson, HS Catcher
Monday's deal -- a shocking swap that netted the Orioles Jemile Weeks and a player to be named -- was tough to process for the homegrown Jim Johnson, who was the longest-tenured player on the roster, a clubhouse leader and a strong advocate in the community.More»What will the O's do to fill their closer role?
The Orioles agreed to a one-year deal with Nolan Reimold on Monday night and tendered contracts to their other arbitration-eligible players. Reimold, 30, is recovering from a second neck surgery and will make a base salary of $1,025,000 in 2014.More» O's open up 6-0 lead on Reimold's home run
Brian Graham, who has 32 years of experience in professional baseball, has taken on increasing responsibility in the Orioles organization in his new role as director of player development, and was also honored by the industry as this year's Sheldon "Chief" Bender Award.More»
Mike Mussina, who won 270 games over 18 seasons pitching for the Orioles and Yankees, is among the first-time candidates this year for the National Baseball Hall of Fame.More» Mussina gets his first 20-win season
In Curt Schilling's first year of Hall of Fame eligibility, he matched the uniform number he wore throughout his career, taking home 38.8 percent of the votes. Eventually, he might get the 75 percent he needs to join the exclusive fraternity that comprises the best of the best, with his 11-2 playoff record and 2.23 postseason ERA standing out most in his candidacy.More» Schilling collects his 3,000th career K
Rafael Palmeiro is a candidate on the National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot for the fourth year. The Class of 2014 will be announced on Jan. 8. You can watch the announcement live at 2 p.m. ET on an MLB Network simulcast on MLB.com.More» Palmeiro collects his 3,000th career hit
With the increase in attendance and the huge increases in revenue generated from MASN, will the Orioles go get top-of-rotation starting pitchers? Beat reporter Brittany Ghiroli answers that question and more in her latest Inbox.More» Feldman strikes out seven over 6 1/3 innings
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