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A trio of homers led the Orioles to a 6-1 win over the Twins in front of a sellout crowd of 8,171 at Ed Smith Stadium on Saturday night.
Adam Jones was one of the stars of the World Baseball Classic, though the Orioles outfielder said Saturday he doesn't feel like he's any different after winning a gold medal with Team USA.
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Trey Mancini hit a three-run homer and Chris Johnson hit a solo shot to help the Orioles mount a late comeback and force a 5-5 tie with the Twins on Friday night at Hammond Stadium.
Mike Wright was hoping to be better than he showed on Friday night. The right-hander, who allowed five earned runs over two innings against the Twins, is still in the mix for the Orioles' final rotation spot, but opportunities are dwindling this spring.
Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop said Friday he's "200 percent" ready for the regular season after returning from a stint in the World Baseball Classic. Schoop was part of the Netherlands team that advanced to the semifinals.
As the Orioles head into their final week of Spring Training, there are still some questions to be answered and roster decisions to be made. Here, in no particular order, are three of the biggest looming questions as the O's head into the homestretch before coming to Baltimore.
Who do the Orioles have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Baltimore's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Before the United States' 8-0 win over Puerto Rico in Wednesday night's championship game at Dodger Stadium, Adam Jones and his teammates got some bulletin-board material, courtesy of rumors that Puerto Rico already had a celebration planned.
Manny Machado is back from the World Baseball Classic, and he had a delightful time playing for the Dominican Republic.
The Orioles have made a series of cuts this week, and despite the team trimming two more senior catchers from its roster on Tuesday, rookie Chance Sisco remains with the team.
Astros' No. 13 prospect J.D. Davis is hitting well lately, going 3-for-4 on Wednesday and notching multihit games in three of his past six contests.
This week on the Statcast™ podcast, MLB.com columnist Mike Petriello and national editor Matt Meyers dissect the biggest play of the week through the lens of Statcast™'s newest feature: catch probability. Using data to drive the conversation, the hosts break down Adam Jones' amazing World Baseball Classic catch, talk to two former MLB outfielders about what it takes to make a catch like that, and whether or not it was as difficult as it looked.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Orioles' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
Rays starter Chris Archer had a rough return from the World Baseball Classic and Team USA, allowing four runs (three earned) in 5 2/3 innings in a 7-4 loss to the Orioles at Ed Smith Stadium on Wednesday.
The Orioles optioned left-handed pitcher Richard Bleier and reassigned pitcher Zach Stewart to the Minor League camp.
Every Spring Training, prospects get a chance to show what they can do as they prepare for the season ahead. Some are competing for jobs in big league camps, others are prepping for the season as they vie for spots at Minor League affiliates up and down a team's system. MLBPipeline.com is visiting all 30 camps this spring. Today we check in on the Baltimore Orioles.
Having restored a winning tradition in Baltimore since taking over as the Orioles' executive VP of baseball operations in late 2011 -- the O's are one of only two teams in the American League not to have a losing season during the past five seasons -- Dan Duquette is looking to help his team take the next step in '17.
Aaron Sanchez pitched into the fourth inning in his third Grapefruit League outing, allowing just one hit as the Blue Jays beat the Orioles, 5-2, on Tuesday afternoon at Ed Smith Stadium.
As part of MLBPipeline.com's visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities, we'll be sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At Orioles camp, it was No. 2 prospect Cody Sedlock.
Nearly six months ago, the Orioles' 2016 season ended when Edwin Encarnacion hit a decisive home run off Ubaldo Jimenez to give the Blue Jays the win in the American League Wild Card Game. After Jimenez allowed four runs over four innings to the Blue Jays in Tuesday's 5-2 loss at Ed Smith Stadium, he said Toronto wasn't on his mind.
For Mark Trumbo, it has been a quiet spring both on and off the field. But after leading the Majors in home runs (47) last season, and signing a three-year, $37.5 million contract in January, Trumbo is happy that he has gone fairly unnoticed in the clubhouse this spring.
Zach Britton says the left oblique discomfort that caused his 2017 Grapefruit League debut to be delayed is gone. He's pitched twice, and on Monday was scheduled to pitch a Minor League game.
Pablo Sandoval looks like a prime candidate to win the American League's Comeback Player of the Year Award. The third baseman roped two doubles for the Red Sox in Monday's 7-4 victory over the Orioles to raise his Grapefruit League batting average to .349.
Starting shouldn't be a big deal for Vidal Nuno. The left-hander has started 42 times in his four-year Major League career.
Wade Miley was scratched from Monday's start against the Red Sox because of flu-like symptoms and was replaced by fellow left-hander Vidal Nuno.
Right-hander Kevin Gausman threw five scoreless innings, allowing just two hits in the Orioles' 7-1 loss to the Tigers on Sunday at Ed Smith Stadium. Detroit left-hander Matt Boyd, competing for the No. 5 starter job, allowed one run on six hits in five innings.
All the best fan reactions to Jones' HR robbery
Orioles manager Buck Showalter marveled at the wonderful catch his center fielder, Adam Jones, made for Team USA, robbing his third baseman, Manny Machado of Team Dominican Republic, of a home run Saturday in the World Baseball Classic.
The Orioles made four roster cuts Sunday, optioning right-handed pitcher Jesus Liranzo to Double-A Bowie and assigning outfielder Logan Schafer, infielder/outfielder David Washington and catcher Austin Wynns to Minor League camp.
Jones' WBC '17 robbery already has a Topps card
The Orioles have had a lot of success stories in the five seasons since their renaissance began. Chris Davis, Mark Trumbo and Pedro Alvarez are among those who hit their stride after joining the O's, something the team hopes to repeat again this season.
One of the happiest surprises of Orioles Spring Training has been the addition of outfielder Craig Gentry. The 33-year-old was signed to a Minor League contract Feb. 18 to help improve the team's outfield defense.