Players sound off on why offensive numbers in baseball have been in decline over the past few years.
Gausman gives up 4 runs to Rays in Orioles' 4-3 loss
Chris Tillman has been selected to start the Baltimore Orioles' opener at Tampa Bay on Monday.
Who is No. 1? We concluded our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball with the top 25 and not surprisingly, Mike Trout leads the way.
We continue our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball in 2015 with Nos. 26-50.
The Baltimore Orioles confirmed Monday that three-time Gold Glove shortstop J.J. Hardy is headed to the 15-day disabled list with a muscle strain in his left shoulder.
Orioles and Rays play to 6-6, 10-inning tie
Baltimore Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy will likely begin the season on the disabled list because of a strained left shoulder.
David Lough could be headed to the disabled list to start the season, likely opening a roster spot on the Baltimore Orioles for Jimmy Paredes, reports Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.
We start our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball in 2015 with Nos. 51-100.
Check out which Baltimore Orioles players were either ranked among the top 100 players or among the top 10 at their position.
Nolasco allows 4 runs as Twins beat Orioles' split squad 6-5
Jimenez sharp as Orioles' split squad beats Blue Jays 4-2
Only two positives for New York Yankees come courtesy of Stephen Drew, Alex Rodriguez in spring training loss to Baltimore Orioles
A-Rod homers in Yankees' 10-2 loss to Orioles
Orioles-Rays game called by rain
Our experts predict who will be the 10 best catchers in baseball in 2015.
Cabrera, Martinez and Cespedes homer for Tigers in win
Norris strong for Blue Jays in 5-2 win over Orioles
McCutchen hitless, Pearce homers; Orioles down Pirates 9-2
Mike Petriello explains why the Orioles' offseason, one in which they let three key players get away and didn't bring in much to replace them, was better than many realize.
The Baltimore Orioles are nearing the time when they're going to have to make their final roster decisions, and the belief is that there are currently five players (Jimmy Paredes, Jonathan Schoop, Ryan Flaherty, Everth Cabrera, and David Lough) competing for three bench spots.
Chris Davis, Brandon Moss and others have had quietly impressive spring performances, writes Buster Olney.
Lackey pitches into fifth in Cardinals' 8-6 win
Perkins returns from oblique strain