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3/28/2015 | Wilson unfazed by Yanks before heading to Minors

Tyler Wilson got everything he needed out of his first Major League camp, said Orioles manager Buck Showalter, who announced the right-hander had been optioned after he held the Yankees scoreless in Saturday's four-inning start, a 10-2 Baltimore victory.

3/28/2015 | Orioles prospect Davies to start vs. Rays

Orioles pitching prospect Zach Davies will get the start Monday against the Tampa Bay Rays, with lefty Wei-Yin Chen pitching in a Minor League game.

3/28/2015 | Count on the Orioles being back atop the AL East perch

The Orioles might not be the popular pick to win the A.L. East again this year, but it is always unwise to count out Buck Showalter and Co.

3/28/2015 | Hardy getting more evaluation on shoulder

Shortstop J.J. Hardy will get a magnetic resonance angiogram on his injured left shoulder Monday and won't play before Tuesday, according to manager Buck Showalter.

3/27/2015 | Norris not concerned about his spring struggles

Orioles starter Bud Norris' stats didn't count in Friday's cancelled game, but the right-hander was still able to get his work in, throwing four innings and finishing up with 20-25 more in the indoor cages.

3/27/2015 | O's monitoring Hardy's shoulder after collision with Schoop

Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy collided with second baseman Jonathan Schoop in the top of the second inning on Friday and manager Buck Showalter said the team will monitor Hardy's left shoulder over the next day or two.

3/27/2015 | Orioles, Rays game washed out

The Orioles and Rays game was called off due to inclement weather in the middle of the fourth inning.

3/27/2015 | Gausman to start Tuesday vs. Rays

Kevin Gausman will start on Tuesday against the Rays, manager Buck Showalter said

3/27/2015 | Wilson gets opportunity to make an impression

Tyler Wilson, the Orioles' Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2014, will get his first Grapefruit League start on Saturday when he faces the Yankees.

3/26/2015 | Orioles want Gausman ready to be both a starter and reliever

Kevin Gausman pitched just one inning in the Orioles' 6-4 loss to the Tigers on Thursday and manager Buck Showalter said he could shorten up the right-hander as a potential bullpen option in the final two weeks of camp.

3/26/2015 | Tillman, Orioles have not talked contract extension

Orioles starter Chris Tillman said after Thursday's start, a 6-4 loss to the Tigers, that there's been nothing new in the past few months regarding a contract extension with Baltimore.

3/26/2015 | Schoop has two teeth removed

Jonathan Schoop had two teeth removed Wednesday, one of which was a wisdom tooth, and said he will get two more removed in the offseason.

3/26/2015 | Orioles have tentative rehab schedule for Wieters

The Orioles have mapped out the tentative rehab schedule for catcher Matt Wieters, who will remain with the team through its season-opening series at Tampa Bay.

3/26/2015 | Arencibia scratched with right flexor mass injury

J.P. Arencibia was scratched from Thursday's Minor League game with a right flexor mass injury.

3/26/2015 | Tillman's arm, Young's bat not enough as O's fall to Tigers

Ten months after Miguel Cabrera hit a go-ahead home run off Tommy Hunter at Camden Yards, the slugger led a Tigers comeback with a game-tying drive off the Orioles reliever. However, it took a Victor Martinez home run in the eighth inning to break the tie and send Detroit to its second straight victory by a score of 6-4 on Thursday at Joker Marchant Stadium.

3/25/2015 | Schoop absent to undergo dental work

Jonathan Schoop was unavailable for Wednesday's game, as the O's second baseman was undergoing dental work.

3/25/2015 | Young working hard in preparation for season

One of the first Orioles at the Ed Smith Stadium complex every morning is outfielder Delmon Young, who arrives around 6 a.m. ET to get in a workout before the sun comes up.

3/25/2015 | Lough day to day, but back improving

Outfielder David Lough, who was scratched from Tuesday's lineup, said his back is slowly improving and he's considered day to day right now.

3/24/2015 | Ubaldo's strong start has him in running for O's rotation spot

Ubaldo Jimenez has seemingly turned a corner this spring, walking only one batter over his last 13 innings spanning three Grapefruit League starts. He was at his best Tuesday, throwing five scoreless innings without issuing a free pass as the Orioles beat the Pirates, 9-2, at McKechnie Field on Tuesday.

3/24/2015 | Lavarnway ready to step up and be O's backup catcher

The news about Matt Wieters' elbow likely pushes Caleb Joseph into the role of starting catcher for the Orioles come Opening Day. It also opens up the backup catcher competition until then. Ryan Lavarnway is one of the players looking to seize the opportunity.

3/24/2015 | Lough scratched with back spasms

Orioles outfielder David Lough was scratched from Tuesday's starting lineup due to back spasms. Lough was hitting off a tee on Tuesday when he reached over to pick up a ball and felt his back spasm, according to Orioles manager Buck Showalter. Lough is considered day-to-day with the injury.

3/24/2015 | O's offense, Jimenez lead way in win over Pirates

Steve Pearce ignited a five-run fourth inning with his fifth homer of the spring on Tuesday and the Orioles went on to defeat Pittsburgh, 9-2, in Grapefruit League play.

3/24/2015 | Wieters focuses on health, not Opening Day

With Opening Day all but officially out of the question for Matt Wieters, the Orioles' catcher has simply set his sights on a healthy return.

3/23/2015 | Inbox: How will catching situation shake out?

In the latest edition of the Orioles Inbox, beat reporter Brittany Ghiroli answers fans' questions on the catching situation while Matt Wieters recovers, Jason Garcia's chances to make the club and a look at the starting rotation for the season's first week.

3/23/2015 | 10 MLB players, one fantasy mock draft

Here at, we have plenty of fantasy baseball expertise. But no one can dispute that the Major League players whom we analyze have their own level of knowledge. Knowing this, we decided to solicit advice from them about how to build the perfect fantasy team. The result is the first ever -- that we know of -- players-only fantasy mock draft.

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