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  • Pipeline names Orioles' Prospects of the Year
    As the Orioles head into a transitional phase that started with a rebuild and will soon include a new general manager and manager, Baltimore's beleaguered farm system has shown some promise. Leading the charge is outfielder Cedric Mullins and left-handed pitcher Zac Lowther, who were named MLB Pipeline's Prospects of the Year for the Orioles.
  • McKenna collects two more hits in Fall League
    Here's a team-by-team breakdown of how all 30 teams' prospects fared in Arizona Fall League action on Thursday.
  • This is the Orioles' greatest postseason moment
    To kick off the first week of postseason play, this week we take a look at the greatest postseason moments of the division era. Even if your team isn't a postseason team, you can remember your great October moments … and if it is, you can dream of maybe having another one this month that's even better.
  • Orioles moving on from Showalter, Duquette
    The Orioles are headed in a new direction, as the club officially announced on Wednesday night that neither manager Buck Showalter nor executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette will continue with the organization. The contracts for both men conclude at the end of the month.
  • 30 top prospects in the AFL -- 1 from each team
    Seven clubs are sending their No. 1 prospect to the Arizona Fall League this year, and each team is sending an impressive array of up-and-coming talent. Here is a list of the top prospect from each organization that fans can check out in AFL action next week.
  • Orioles instructs shows farm system on the rise
    The Baltimore Orioles' farm system is on the rise again after a midseason talent infusion made possible by a strong Draft and a host of notable July trades.
  • Showalter's most memorable O's moments
    Showalter's most memorable O's moments
  • O's Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Orioles have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Baltimore's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.
  • O's honor Jones, shut down Astros in finale win
    The Orioles capped a difficult season with a win over the Astros, holding them to one hit in what may have been Adam Jones' final game with the club. Though he went 0-for-4, he received ovations from the crowd throughout the game. Baltimore put up four runs in the fourth to secure the win, including an RBI single from Trey Mancini and RBI doubles from Tim Beckham and Renato Nunez, and starter Jimmy Yacabonis tossed four strong innings. Houston starter Charlie Morton also fared well as he tuned up for the postseason, striking out four in three scoreless frames.
  • 2019 Draft order set: O's have No. 1 pick
    Unlike in 2017, when the race for the No. 1 overall pick in the next year's Draft came down to a walk-off homer on the final day of the season, there was no such drama this summer. The Orioles, whose 115 losses were the fourth-most in modern big league history, clinched the top choice in 2019 with nine games remaining.
  • Jones has left lasting impact on O's, Baltimore
    Adam Jones, named the Orioles Heart & Hustle recipient earlier this season, will be honored in Sunday's season finale as the club's Most Valuable Oriole. Beat reporter Brittany Ghiroli spoke with teammates and family to learn about his tenure and legacy with the club.
  • Wilkerson collects three hits in Fall League
    Here's a team-by-team breakdown of how all 30 teams' prospects fared in Arizona Fall League action on Wednesday.
  • Ramirez, O's unable to slow hot Astros in G2
    Yefry Ramirez went a career-high six innings, but the Orioles offense had no answer for the Astros, falling 5-2 in a doubleheader sweep on Saturday night.
  • Bundy falters in G1 before Stewart's 3-run HR
    Orioles rookie DJ Stewart hit a big game-tying homer, and Dylan Bundy posted a quality start in his season finale, but it wasn't enough to hold off the defending World Series champions.
  • Hess ends rookie campaign on high note in loss
    If this September, and the whole second half really, is all about guys capitalizing on opportunity, then consider David Hess' outing Friday one heck of an audition.
  • Who was Orioles' MVP this season?
    From familiar faces like Mike Trout, Paul Goldschmidt and Jose Abreu to relative newcomers to the spotlight like Blake Snell, Aaron Nola and Kyle Freeland, there was certainly no shortage of star power to go around the Majors in 2018. Whether they were fueling postseason pushes, serving as veteran leaders on young teams or captivating fans with breakout campaigns, these standouts provided fans around the country with the most exciting storylines of the regular season.
  • Crushed in G1, O's return the favor in G2
    After chasing Red Sox ace Chris Sale in the fifth inning, the Orioles got to the Boston bullpen for three runs in the seventh and four in the ninth to secure the win in Game 2 of the day-night doubleheader. Sale recorded eight K's, but his velocity was down from the get-go, and he ended up with a no-decision.
  • O's overwhelmed as Sox pile on in G1 loss
    Ryan Meisinger recorded just one out on Wednesday afternoon. It didn't get better for the Orioles from there. Baltimore, scarce for arms and limping toward the season's end, fell into an early five-run hole that paved the way for a 19-3 loss in the first game of a doubleheader against the Red Sox.
  • The Orioles' most unlikely postseason hero
    What do all playoff teams in history have in common? Their rosters are stacked with recognizable, star players who deservedly receive most of the credit for everything good that happened to their clubs both in October, and the weeks leading up to it. But take a closer look -- for every handful of All Star-caliber players, there's at least one lesser-known contributor whose unexpected performance ended up being a difference-maker.
  • Jones starts in left field for O's for first time
    Adam Jones walked over to glance at the lineup card on the board of the visiting clubhouse Monday at Fenway Park and let out a long, emphatic, "Yesssss."
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