2/25/2015 | Cabrera ready to prove his worth to Orioles
New Orioles infielder Everth Cabrera has reached a plea agreement stemming from a resisting arrest charge in September and will be eligible to play in 2015 while on probation. Cabrera, who will wear No. 1, paid a fine and will have to do community service, according to executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette.
2/25/2015 | Davis believes he has something to prove in 2015
Coming off a down season that was cut short by a suspension, O's slugger Chris Davis is looking to rebound to his 2013 level of dominance.
2/24/2015 | Showalter looking forward to team-bonding event
In advance of the Orioles' first full squad workout on Wednesday, the team will have their annual movie night on Tuesday, a tradition under manager Buck Showalter.
2/24/2015 | O's could move Pearce around to maximize value
Steve Pearce could see some playing time at third base this spring, though manager Buck Showalter said Tuesday it won't be early in camp.
2/24/2015 | Machado's right knee OK, a full-go in camp
Manny Machado was one of numerous Orioles who arrived in camp early, and the 22-year-old is incredibly anxious for Spring Training to begin. Coming off his second consecutive season-ending knee surgery, Machado is a full-go in camp this time around and there isn't anything baseball-wise he isn't allowed to do.
2/23/2015 | O's deal with Cabrera nearly complete
The Orioles are nearly done with the deal with Everth Cabrera, and he's expected be in Sarasota on Tuesday, when position players are due to report.
2/23/2015 | Snider among O's right-field candidates to replace Markakis
In a perfect world, manager Buck Showalter would have just one player to replace Nick Markakis in right field. But Baltimore isn't counting on that happening.
2/23/2015 | Preparing for '15, Lough reflects on up-and-down year
David Lough was quietly one of the Orioles' most consistent contributors during the second half of last season, batting .337 from June 1 on. But it was hard to rebound from a slow start, and Lough, who suffered a concussion last spring, said Monday morning that the issue lingered at the start of the season.
2/23/2015 | Johnson skips bullpen session with jammed finger
Orioles right-hander Steve Johnson did not throw his scheduled bullpen session Monday because he jammed his right middle finger during pitchers' fielding practice Sunday.
2/22/2015 | Baltimore's squad built on brilliance
Buck Showalter has been one of the key figures in resurrecting one of baseball's "crown jewel" franchises and making it one of the smartest, most successful operations in the game.
2/22/2015 | Buck notes: Day 3, Sunday, Feb. 22
Caleb Joseph left Sunday's workout early, as his wife, Brooke, was taken to a local hospital. She's due with the couple's first child on March 1 and manager Buck Showalter said the hospital visit isn't anything serious.
2/22/2015 | De Aza has no hard feelings after arbitration loss
Alejandro De Aza reported to camp early on Sunday and said there are no hard feelings about losing in arbitration last week.
2/22/2015 | Veteran Birds taking Harvey under their wings
Orioles manager Buck Showalter does everything for a reason. So, it's highly unlikely it's a coincidence that veteran pitchers Darren O'Day and Tommy Hunter have been in pitching prospect Hunter Harvey's group during Spring Training's early workouts.
2/21/2015 | Prospect Harvey draws a crowd for 'pen session
Hunter Harvey, one of the Orioles' top pitching prospects, was among the pitchers who threw a bullpen session at the Ed Smith Stadium complex on Saturday morning.
2/21/2015 | Ubaldo looking for success with simplified delivery
Ubaldo Jimenez was among the Orioles pitchers who threw a bullpen session on Friday, and the right-hander is sticking with the simplified delivery he incorporated last year.
2/21/2015 | O's prevail in arbitration case vs. De Aza
The Orioles won their arbitration hearing on Friday against outfielder Alejandro De Aza, which means he will make $5 million in 2015. De Aza's side had requested $5.65 million, but he still gets a good raise from the $4.25 million he made last year.
2/20/2015 | Wieters on track for full clearance in March
Matt Wieters joked Friday morning that he's going to limit the number of interviews he gives this spring. It may not be such a bad idea, as the All-Star catcher, who is coming off season-ending Tommy John surgery in June, will have every step of camp chronicled as he tries to get ready for the start of the season.
2/18/2015 | Will Machado, Wieters be ready for Opening Day?
The Orioles are on the verge of Spring Training, with pitchers and catchers set to report to the Ed Smith Stadium complex on Thursday in advance of Friday's first workout.
2/18/2015 | Orioles on verge of signing Cabrera to one-year deal
The Orioles are on the verge of signing infielder Everth Cabrera to a one-year deal, a source confirmed to MLB.com. Cabrera, who has already taken his physical, will be part of the O's 40-man roster, and he presents a speedy option that could alter how the club breaks camp.
2/17/2015 | Source: O's sign infielder Nix to Triple-A deal
The versatile Nix will be in big league Spring Training and will make $750,000 should he make the team.
2/17/2015 | O'Day tops among baseball's elite setup men
The toughest relief pitcher in the National League to hit in 2014 with runners in scoring position was the Reds' Aroldis Chapman. No surprise there. But the man from Cuba with the golden arm wasn't the No. 1 shutdown artist in the Major Leagues in those game-changing situations.
2/17/2015 | Orioles set Minor League coaching staffs for 2015
The Orioles revealed the 2015 coaching staffs for their eight Minor League affiliates on Tuesday.
2/17/2015 | Trio expected to make up for O's losses
It will be a tough task to replace both Nelson Cruz and Nick Markakis in 2015, but the Orioles are relying on having a healthy Manny Machado and Matt Wieters. While Machado will be a full go in Spring Training, Wieters will be watched carefully, with the O's hopeful he will be available for Opening Day.
2/16/2015 | Orioles enter camp with no plans to regress
The Orioles looked around a crowded FanFest last month and it became apparent: Last year's run to the American League Championship Series stirred up a lot of excitement in the city. Even a slow offseason hasn't deterred the O's faithful.
2/14/2015 | Maddon, Winfield honored with Ripken Sr. Aspire Award
Former Tampa Bay Rays manager and current Cubs skipper Joe Maddon braved the chilly temperatures in Baltimore where, along with Hall of Famer Dave Winfield, he was honored with the Aspire Award at the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation's 11th Annual Aspire Gala.
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