3/5/2015 | Ripken visits O's during book promotion tour
The Orioles got a visit on Thursday from Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr., who threw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Grapefruit League game against the Blue Jays. Ripken also signed copies of his new children's book, "Out At Home."
3/5/2015 | Davis, Schoop jacks power O's past Blue Jays
Chris Davis and Jonathan Schoop both homered in leading the Orioles split squad to a 5-0 win over the Blue Jays on Thursday night in Grapefruit League action at Ed Smith Stadium.
3/5/2015 | Machado thrilled to be back out on field
Manny Machado was hitless in his first spring game on Wednesday, but the third baseman was happy to just get back on the field.
3/5/2015 | O's righty Yoon released, returns to Korea
The Orioles have agreed to release pitcher Suk-min Yoon from his contract at his request, a move that will save the club about $4.3 million per an MLB.com source. Yoon has signed a four-year deal with the Kia Tigers of the Korean Baseball Organization.
3/5/2015 | Chen goes two strong as O's split-squad edges Rays
The Orioles topped the Rays, 3-2, on Thursday afternoon as Tampa Bay kicked off its Grapefruit League season at Charlotte Sports Park.
3/5/2015 | MLB Pipeline checks in from Orioles camp
Young, homegrown players have played no small part in helping the Orioles reach the playoffs in two of the last three seasons. As a result, their latest group of prospects has plenty of role models to emulate as they advance through the Minor Leagues.
3/4/2015 | Machado getting back to normal
Manny Machado has been saying since he arrived at camp this spring that he just wanted to get back to playing baseball. On Wednesday, he finally got that chance.
3/4/2015 | Gausman's short spring debut part of Orioles' plan
Kevin Gausman's spring debut didn't last long, as the right-hander worked a scoreless first inning on 14 pitches in Wednesday's game against the Tigers. But that's all part of the Orioles' plan, as the club hopes the young right-hander can avoid getting shut down early again this season.
3/4/2015 | Gamboa makes throwing knuckleball a priority
After manager Buck Showalter made it a point to tell the media following Tuesday's game pitcher Eddie Gamboa should be throwing more knuckleballs, the right-hander has pledged to make it more of a priority.
3/4/2015 | O's announce starting assignments for Norris, Tillman
Bud Norris and Chris Tillman have yet to start a Grapefruit League game, but it was announced after the game that Norris will start Saturday against the Red Sox and Tillman vs. the Phillies on Monday.
3/4/2015 | Orioles' All-Star trio makes Grapefruit League debuts
The Orioles played the entire postseason last year without three All-Stars: Manny Machado, Matt Wieters and Chris Davis. All three returned to the starting lineup for Wednesday's home opener at Ed Smith Stadium, though it wasn't enough to overtake Detroit, which won the second of back-to-back games against the O's with a 5-4 victory.
3/3/2015 | Showalter doesn't want Gamboa to shy away from knuckler
Orioles right-hander Eddie Gamboa allowed four earned runs over two innings in Tuesday's 15-2 loss to the Tigers, and manager Buck Showalter wasn't happy that Gamboa didn't make frequent use of his knuckleball.
3/3/2015 | O's announce Thursday's split-squad starters
Wei-Yin Chen and Miguel Gonzalez will start Thursday's split-squad games, manager Buck Showalter said prior to Tuesday's Grapefruit League opener against the Tigers.
3/3/2015 | New delivery still a work in progress for Ubaldo
Ubaldo Jimenez had hoped his new simplified delivery would lead to more success this season. It didn't start off well on Tuesday.
3/3/2015 | Ubaldo, Orioles aim for better spring results
Baltimore starter Ubaldo Jimenez threw what looked very much like an early spring outing, even with his history of command struggles. He retired four batters amidst two hits, but paid dearly for two walks, two hit batters, a throwing error and a run-scoring wild pitch.
3/2/2015 | Former big leaguer McKnight dies; played for Mets and O's
Former Major Leaguer Jeff McKnight passed away on Sunday after a 10-year battle with leukemia. He was 52.
3/2/2015 | Showalter: Young O's revere Hardy
Midway through his team's Monday morning infield drills on the field known as Camden Yards South, Orioles manager Buck Showalter shared a tidbit about J.J. Hardy.
3/2/2015 | Norris turns 30, eyes first 200-innings season
When asked what number he'd most like to see on his baseball card a year from now, Bud Norris didn't hesitate. "Two hundred," beamed the Orioles' birthday boy. "Two hundred innings."
3/1/2015 | Nothing but positives for Showalter as team ramps up
It wasn't exactly a full-blown exhibition game, with a five-out inning, two four-out innings and even a one-out inning -- and it ended in a 0-0 tie -- but manager Buck Showalter was pleased with the Orioles' first intrasquad game Sunday afternoon at Ed Smith Stadium.
3/1/2015 | O's take notice of Garcia in intrasquad game
Jason Garcia, one of Baltimore's two Rule 5 Draft picks, showed off his hard fastball and effortless delivery as he worked a perfect inning with two strikeouts during the fourth frame of the Orioles' six-inning intrasquad game.
3/1/2015 | Wieters gets behind plate for first time since surgery
Matt Wieters crouched behind home plate at Ed Smith Stadium for the first two innings of the Orioles' intrasquad game Sunday afternoon, the first time he's caught a game since his Tommy John surgery.