Orioles, OF Kim Agree on $7M, 2-Year Deal, Pending PhysicalSouth Korean outfielder Hyun-soo Kim has agreed to a $7 million, two-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles, pending a successful physical.
Reliever O'Day, Orioles Complete $31 Million, 4-Year DealAll-Star reliever Darren O'Day and the Baltimore Orioles have completed a $31 million, four-year contract.
Jimmy's Promises Davis Free Crab Cakes For Life If He SignsIf Orioles slugger Chris Davis resigns with the team, he'll have free crab cakes for life at Jimmy's Famous Seafood in Baltimore.
Mariners, Orioles Try to Complete Trade for TrumboThe Seattle Mariners and Baltimore were working Tuesday to complete a trade that would send power hitter Mark Trumbo to the Orioles.
Brooks Robinson Collection Garners $1.44 Million for CharityA collection of memorabilia put up for auction by Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson has earned $1.44 million for charity.
Judge Rules in Orioles' Favor, Tosses Ruling That Awarded Nats $298MJudge rules in favor of Orioles and MASN over TV dispute in crippling legal blow to Nationals.
Yankees Still Chasing Home-Field Advantage After 9-2 Loss to O'sThe Yankees failed to wrap up home field advantage, losing 9-2 to the Orioles on Saturday in the opener of a split-doubleheader.
Orioles Allow Blue Jays to Clinch AL East With 15-2 WinThe Toronto Blue Jays clinched their first AL East championship in 22 years with a 15-2 rout of Baltimore on Wednesday, bringing an appropriate conclusion to their unstoppable, two-month run.
Red Sox Shut Out Orioles, 7-0Rich Hill struck out 10 and allowed just two hits over nine innings as the Red Sox shut out the Orioles, 7-0.
Jones' 2-Run Single Caps 4-Run 8th as Orioles Top Rays 4-3Baltimore won for the seventh time in nine games and closed within 4 1/2 games of Houston for the AL's second wild card with 16 games left.
Pedroia Hits 2 HRs as Red Sox Rout Orioles 10-1Boston defeated the Baltimore Orioles 10-1 Wednesday to avert a three-game sweep.
Governor Hogan Visits Camden Yards to Fight Childhood CancerGov. Larry Hogan stopped by Camden Yards to help the Baltimore Orioles in the fight against childhood cancer.