Trumbo, Castillo added to FanFest lineup - School of Roch

Mark Trumbo will be reintroduced to the media Friday afternoon during a press conference at Camden Yards that will air live at 3 p.m. on MASN and 105.7 The Fan. The timing is no accident. Trumbo will appear at the annual FanFest the following day at the Baltimore Convention Center. ... Read More
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WATCH: Brian Roberts on importance of Orioles Health & Fitness Challenge

Sarasota resident and former Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts discusses the importance of having the Health & Fitness Challenge in his home community. Video courtesy of the Baltimore Orioles.
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WATCH: Mychal Givens joins the Orioles Health & Fitness Challenge in Sarasota

Right-hander Mychal Givens joined the Orioles Health & Fitness Challenge to emphasize the importance of a healthy lifestyle to the students of Sarasota County middle schools. Video courtesy of the Baltimore Orioles.
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Baltimore Orioles still need to acquire starting pitching

The big news in Baltimore this past weekend was the signing of Mark Trumbo, which means the Orioles now have their designated hitter for next season. Trey Mancini looked like the potential designated hitter for 2017, but with Trumbo signed, Mancini will likely be a guy that plays off the bench for injured or resting starters. The Orioles now have one of the best offenses in the MLB...
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Quarterback Guru Ryan Flaherty's Workout Secrets

No one needs to remind you that as a quarterback you face unique challenges and dangers. You take the most blindside hits. You get the most helmet-to-the-ribs shots. And if you throw an interception, literally every opposing player on the field looks to pepper you. And we haven't even mentioned the constant wear and tear that throwing the ball puts on your body. "As a rotational...
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Baltimore, Frank Robinson, and the Year of the Orioles

It was the best of baseball. It was the worst of baseball. On the ninth day of the 10th month of the 66th year of the 20th century, it ended—the subject being the World Series between the Baltimore Orioles and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Baltimore emerged as champions, triggering elation throughout the metropolis named for Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore—the first Proprietor...
Via The Sports Post
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Orioles bring back Health & Fitness Challenge to Sarasota County middle schools - Orioles Buzz

Despite the recent gloomy weather, it's almost time to get out in the sunshine and get active. Actually, it's always a good idea to get out, be active and eat healthy, a message the Orioles are once again bringing to Sarasota County middle schools. For the second year, the Orioles ... Read More
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Orioles Health & Fitness Challenge returns to encourage kids

For thousands of children in Sarasota, Fla., Monday marked a healthy start.
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A Decade of Orioles AAA Catchers

Joe Reisel's ArchivesAudry Perez (on defense) is one of the more prominent Norfolk Tides catchers of the Orioles' Era. Photo courtesy of Les Treagus / Norfolk Tides.The Norfolk Tides moved into their current stadium, Harbor Park, in 1993, so 2017 is the 25th season in which they've played there. For their first fifteen Harbor Park years, the Tides were affiliated with the New York...
Via Camden Depot
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Jones returns home for free baseball clinic

Approximately 240 children sporting ballcaps and baseball gloves took to the Morse High School athletic fields in San Diego on Sunday morning. Forgive Orioles center fielder Adam Jones if he felt like one of them. Years ago, he was.
Via Orioles.com
2 days ago

Wieters, Worley, draft order and minor matters - School of Roch

As another potential suitor for Matt Wieters is eliminated from consideration, speculation mounts that the Orioles could arrange an unexpected reunion with the free agent catcher. The Braves always have been viewed as the likely landing spot for Wieters, the former Georgia Tech star who owns a home in the ... Read More
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Adam Jones will be a penalty box official for the AHL’s San Diego Gulls

Orioles outfielder Adam Jones doesn’t really sit still that often, especially during the long MLB offseason. Heading back to his hometown of San Diego, he’s found something to do with the month left until Spring Training begins for the O’s, and he’s taking on an unexpected role: working as an off-ice official for the AHL’s San Diego Gulls. The Gulls are Anaheim’s AHL...
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Adam Jones to serve as penalty box attendant for minor league hockey team

Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones is embarking on a new career, if only for a day.Jones, a San Diego native and season ticket holder for the AHL’s San Diego Gulls, signed a contract for Friday that will allow him to be an off-ice official in the team’s next game. “I’m living out my dream joining the San Diego Gulls to be an off-ice official and serve as a penalty box...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Trumbo, Orioles finalize $37.5 million, 3-year deal

For the second year in a row, the Orioles negotiated a deal to keep the major league home run champion in Baltimore. Mark Trumbo's $37.5 million, three-year contract Friday was finalized Friday, a day after the sides reached agreement subject to a successful physical. Last offseason, the Orioles signed free agent Chris Davis to a $161 million, seven-year contract after he led the...
Via Associated Press
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2017 ZiPS Projections – Baltimore Orioles

After having typically appeared in the very famous pages of Baseball Think Factory, Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections have been released at FanGraphs the past few years. The exercise continues this offseason. Below are the projections for the Baltimore Orioles. Szymborski can be found at ESPN and on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other Projections: Arizona / Atlanta / Boston / Chicago...
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Orioles, Mark Trumbo close to agreeing on 3-year deal

The Baltimore Orioles and free agent slugger Mark Trumbo are close to agreeing on a 3-year deal, according to reports.FOX’s Ken Rosenthal says the three-year deal is expected to be for less than $40 million. Trumbo and the Orioles had been in contact earlier in the offseason, and Baltimore was believed to have had the best offer on the table for the defending AL home run champion...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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WATCH: Jesus Liranzo throws at Orioles minicamp

Right-hander Jesus Liranzo throws a bullpen session at the Ed Smith Stadium complex during Orioles minicamp.
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Report: Trumbo becoming less likely to re-sign with Orioles

A Mark Trumbo return to Camden Yards appears to be on life support. According to a report by Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports on Tuesday, the Baltimore Orioles have made “no movement” towards a deal with Trumbo and are “becoming less likely” to bring him back. The Orioles reportedly hit a snag last month in their negotiations with Trumbo, who led the MLB with 47 home runs last...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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