11/21/2014 | Janish among three to sign Minor League deals
The Orioles signed a trio of players to Minor League deals on Friday, acquiring infielder Paul Janish, outfielder Quincy Latimore and right-handed pitcher Terry Doyle.
11/21/2014 | O's to hold charity golf tournament in February
The O's will hold the 5th Annual OriolesREACH Birdland Golf Classic at The Founders Club in Sarasota, Fla., on Feb. 23, with the event benefiting the Miracle League of Manasota.
11/20/2014 | Orioles claim outfielder Hassan from A's
Looking to add outfield help, the Orioles claimed Alex Hassan off waivers on Thursday from the Oakland A's, continuing a whirlwind week for the 26-year-old, who was claimed by Oakland from the Red Sox several days ago.
11/20/2014 | Orioles add pitchers Wilson, Wright to 40-man roster
The Orioles protected pitchers Tyler Wilson and Mike Wright from the Rule 5 Draft, adding both right-handers to the 40-man roster before Thursday's midnight deadline.
11/20/2014 | O's have room on 40-man roster to protect prospects
The Orioles will have to make some important decisions on Thursday, as all Major League teams have until 11:59 p.m. ET to set their 40-man rosters and protect any eligible prospects from being taken in December's Rule 5 Draft.
11/19/2014 | Davies' repertoire works best as starter
Orioles right-hander Zach Davies went to high school in Gilbert, Ariz., which is a freeway ride away from where his Arizona Fall League Glendale Desert Dogs club plays their home games. In seven starts, Davies was 3-0 with a 1.75 ERA over a team-high 25 2/3 innings.
11/19/2014 | Almanzar, Jones sign Minor League deals
The Orioles announced Wednesday that they have signed nine players to Minor League deals, including the re-signing of infielder Michael Almanzar and left-hander Chris Jones.
11/18/2014 | Orioles re-sign reliever Drake for 2015
The Orioles announced Tuesday they have re-signed right-handed pitcher Oliver Drake to a Major League contract for 2015.
11/17/2014 | O's sign infielder Martinez to Minor League deal
The Orioles have signed infielder Ozzie Martinez to a Minor League contract, a move that should help the organization's depth, particularly at shortstop.
11/16/2014 | Hunter values cultural exchange of Japan Series
Tommy Hunter has used his time during MLB's trek to the Far East for the Japan All-Star Series as way to experience the culture of some of his current and former teammates.
11/15/2014 | Top performances, prospects from 2014 Fall League
The Arizona Fall League is known as baseball's finishing school because it has graduated a ton of talent to the Major Leagues since it began play in 1992. Here are the development highlights from the AFL's 23rd season for all 30 big league organizations.
11/13/2014 | Reports: Talks between Markakis, O's pick up
It would be tough to imagine Nick Markakis not in an Orioles uniform next season. And after Thursday's latest batch of reports, it's looking more and more like that's a scenario the O's won't have to worry about.
11/11/2014 | Ubaldo discussed as potential trade target
Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez, who made only two starts and three relief appearances in the final 41 games of the regular season and didn't appear in a postseason game, is being made available by the Baltimore Orioles, according to Major League sources.
11/11/2014 | O's hope to bring back free agent Cruz
The Orioles remain interested in re-signing slugger Nelson Cruz, who turned down Baltimore's qualifying offer to test the free-agent market.
11/11/2014 | Showalter takes third AL Manager of Year Award
Orioles manager Buck Showalter was named the American League Manager of the Year on Tuesday night, putting Baltimore's skipper in a special category following a spectacular 2014 season.
11/11/2014 | Nats' Williams, Orioles' Showalter win Manager of Year Awards
The Nationals' Matt Williams and the Orioles' Buck Showalter were announced as the 2014 Manager of the Year Award winners, as chosen by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
11/11/2014 | Duquette a savvy new-age executive
It is difficult, if not impossible, to simply buy yourself a title in today's game, which means only the smart will survive. And Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette is as intelligent as they come.
11/11/2014 | Duquette named Sporting News' top executive
Dan Duquette, the Orioles' executive vice president of baseball operations, was named Major League Baseball Executive of the Year by The Sporting News, narrowly edging out Royals GM Dayton Moore for first place.
11/10/2014 | Orioles' Davies dominates in Fall League win
Zach Davies, the Orioles No. 8 prospect according to MLBpipeline.com, threw four shutout innings in Glendale's 5-2 win over Mesa on Monday.
11/10/2014 | Showalter's case for AL Manager of Year clear cut
Between masterfully handling the O's pitching staff and helping lead the club to its first American League East title since 1997, Buck Showalter deserves to win the AL Manager of the Year Award.
11/7/2014 | Hunter on pitching staff for Japan All-Star Series
Right-handed reliever Tommy Hunter will represent the Orioles this month at the Japan All-Star Series, which includes five games between Major League players and Japan's national team, Samurai Japan.
11/7/2014 | Cano, Puig, Altuve head Japan All-Star Series roster
A collection of the game's top talent will represent Major League Baseball next week when the Japan All-Star Series begins on Tuesday, and the roster for the MLB team was revealed on Friday.
11/4/2014 | O's tie for MLB lead with three Gold Glove winners
The Orioles went a perfect 3-for-3 in Tuesday's Rawlings Gold Glove Awards, with J.J. Hardy, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis each winning in their respective positions to tie Baltimore with Kansas City for most in the Majors.
11/4/2014 | Showalter up for AL Manager of the Year
Orioles manager Buck Showalter has been nominated as a finalist for the BBWAA (Baseball Writers' Association of America) American League Manager of the Year Award.
11/1/2014 | Orioles decline club option on catcher Hundley
Nick Hundley filled the Orioles' need for catching help in 2014, but that might be it for the backstop's Baltimore tenure. The Orioles officially declined the $5 million club option on Hundley's contract Saturday, making him a free agent.