Batting
Runs 386 27th
Batting Average .238 27th
On Base Percentage .299 27th
Slugging Percentage .397 27th
Pitching
Earned Run Average 5.69 1st
Quality Starts 23 7th
WHIP 1.47 1st
BAA .270 3rd
2019 AL East Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
New York 59 33 .641 L1
Tampa Bay 56 40 .583 W3
Boston 51 43 .543 W1
Toronto 35 60 .368 L2
Baltimore 28 65 .301 L2

Baltimore Orioles News

  • @Orioles • 2h

    Camden Chat: Orioles-Nationals series preview: An abbreviated Battle of the Beltway

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    Is it still the Battle of the Beltway if it's really brief and only one team is gunning for the playoffs while the other is languishing in futility? Might be more of a skirmish than a battle.

    The Orioles host the Nationals at Camden Yards for a brief two-game series starting tonight. Despite coming into town on a one-game losing streak, Washington has won eight of its last 10 games. They are currently 49-43, including an even .500 record on the road.

    Facing a considerable void in star power with the departure of Bryce Harper this past offseason, the Nats are now led on offense by Anthony Rendon (.

    Is it still the Battle of the Beltway if it's really brief and only one team is gunning for the playoffs while the other is languishing in futility? Might be more of a skirmish than a battle.

    The Orioles host the Nationals at Camden Yards for a brief two-game series starting tonight. Despite coming into town on a one-game losing streak, Washington has won eight of its last 10 games. They are currently 49-43, including an even .500 record on the road.

    Facing a considerable void in star power with the departure of Bryce Harper this past offseason, the Nats are now led on offense by Anthony Rendon (.

  • @Orioles • 4h

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: Highlighting Two Superb MiLB Pitching Performances

    Five of the Baltimore Orioles minor league affiliates were in action on Sunday. Two of those affiliates, the Bowie Baysox (AA) and the Frederick Keys (A-Adv.), saw that day's starting pitchers produce superb efforts, one of which had not occurred in six years.

    The Bowie Baysox finished their series with the Akron RubberDucks (Cleveland affiliate) at Canal Park on Sunday. Pitcher Zac Lowther got the start and lasted 6.2 innings in which he allowed one run and one hit, a 7th inning single to Mitch Longo, while walking none, and striking out eight.

    Five of the Baltimore Orioles minor league affiliates were in action on Sunday. Two of those affiliates, the Bowie Baysox (AA) and the Frederick Keys (A-Adv.), saw that day's starting pitchers produce superb efforts, one of which had not occurred in six years.

    The Bowie Baysox finished their series with the Akron RubberDucks (Cleveland affiliate) at Canal Park on Sunday. Pitcher Zac Lowther got the start and lasted 6.2 innings in which he allowed one run and one hit, a 7th inning single to Mitch Longo, while walking none, and striking out eight.

  • @Orioles • 6h

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: One Fan's Wish List For The Rest Of 2019

    The second half of the season began on Friday for the Baltimore Orioles, beginning with the O's dropping three of four against the Tampa Bay Rays and the loss of starting pitchers Dylan Bundy (injury) and Andrew Cashner (trade with Boston). With the team currently holding the worst record in baseball, there isn't much for Orioles fans to root for.

    So what does an O's fan have to look forward to? What's on your wish list of things you want to see happen? Here's a quick look at five things I'd like to see happen as the 2019 season winds down.

    The second half of the season began on Friday for the Baltimore Orioles, beginning with the O's dropping three of four against the Tampa Bay Rays and the loss of starting pitchers Dylan Bundy (injury) and Andrew Cashner (trade with Boston). With the team currently holding the worst record in baseball, there isn't much for Orioles fans to root for.

    So what does an O's fan have to look forward to? What's on your wish list of things you want to see happen? Here's a quick look at five things I'd like to see happen as the 2019 season winds down.

  • @Orioles • 8h

    Camden Chat: Monday Bird Droppings: Where the Orioles definitely will not be perfect gamed today

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    Today's Bird Droppings comes with a simple guarantee: The Orioles will not be perfect gamed today. The biggest reason that I know this is that the O's have the day off today. It doesn't matter that they got eight innings towards what would have been the first ever combined perfect game yesterday. Check out Drew Bonifant's recap for some not-so-lovely totals.

    That bit of near-history aside, it was a busy weekend in Birdland. The first trade of the deadline season was announced suddenly between games of Saturday's doubleheader. In practically the blink of an eye, Andrew Cashner went from being the Orioles biggest dugout cheerleader and one of only two real mainstays in the rotation, to the Red Sox, in exchange for a couple of 17-year-old Dominican Summer League prospects, Elio Prado and Yoelberth Romero.

    Hello, friends.

    Today's Bird Droppings comes with a simple guarantee: The Orioles will not be perfect gamed today. The biggest reason that I know this is that the O's have the day off today. It doesn't matter that they got eight innings towards what would have been the first ever combined perfect game yesterday. Check out Drew Bonifant's recap for some not-so-lovely totals.

    That bit of near-history aside, it was a busy weekend in Birdland. The first trade of the deadline season was announced suddenly between games of Saturday's doubleheader. In practically the blink of an eye, Andrew Cashner went from being the Orioles biggest dugout cheerleader and one of only two real mainstays in the rotation, to the Red Sox, in exchange for a couple of 17-year-old Dominican Summer League prospects, Elio Prado and Yoelberth Romero.

  • @Orioles • 10h

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: Don't Look Now But The Bowie Baysox Are Five Games Above .500

    The Bowie Baysox, the Double-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, entered the 2019 season with high hopes and high expectations. The roster was filled with top prospects, seven who were among the Orioles list of top 30 prospects, according to MLB Pipeline.

    The season did not start exactly as hoped; through the first 30 games, the Baysox record stood at 7-23 (.233) on May 5th. The team really struggled at the plate. Since that day, the Baysox have played .672 baseball (41-20) to improve their record to 48-43, as of Sunday evening.

    The Bowie Baysox, the Double-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, entered the 2019 season with high hopes and high expectations. The roster was filled with top prospects, seven who were among the Orioles list of top 30 prospects, according to MLB Pipeline.

    The season did not start exactly as hoped; through the first 30 games, the Baysox record stood at 7-23 (.233) on May 5th. The team really struggled at the plate. Since that day, the Baysox have played .672 baseball (41-20) to improve their record to 48-43, as of Sunday evening.

  • @Orioles • 12h

    Camden Chat: The Orioles pitching staff is probably going to get worse

    Over the weekend, the Orioles fired up the 2019 hot stove by dealing pitcher Andrew Cashner to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for two prospects. The move did not come as a surprise. Cashner was due to hit free agency in the winter, and with the trade deadline quickly approaching it was widely expected that the veteran hurler would be on the move.

    On one hand, this trade makes a ton of sense. The O's are the worst team in baseball and are in no need of a 30-something pitcher on an expiring contract.

    Over the weekend, the Orioles fired up the 2019 hot stove by dealing pitcher Andrew Cashner to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for two prospects. The move did not come as a surprise. Cashner was due to hit free agency in the winter, and with the trade deadline quickly approaching it was widely expected that the veteran hurler would be on the move.

    On one hand, this trade makes a ton of sense. The O's are the worst team in baseball and are in no need of a 30-something pitcher on an expiring contract.

  • @Orioles • 14h

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: Delmarva's Adam Stauffer Is A Rising Star In Organization

    On Saturday, it was announced that Baltimore Orioles minor league pitcher Adam Stauffer had been promoted from the Aberdeen Ironbirds (A-Short) to the Delmarva Shorebirds (A-Low). It was a well-deserved promotion for a pitcher who was dominating the New York-Penn League.

    Stauffer was drafted in the 19th round (578th overall) of the 2017 MLB Draft out of Coatesville Area High School in Pennsylvania. He began his professional career, like most high school pitchers do, in the Gulf Coast League in 2017 and returned there for the 2018 campaign. In two seasons in the GCL, Stauffer produced a composite record of 2-2 with a 9.

    On Saturday, it was announced that Baltimore Orioles minor league pitcher Adam Stauffer had been promoted from the Aberdeen Ironbirds (A-Short) to the Delmarva Shorebirds (A-Low). It was a well-deserved promotion for a pitcher who was dominating the New York-Penn League.

    Stauffer was drafted in the 19th round (578th overall) of the 2017 MLB Draft out of Coatesville Area High School in Pennsylvania. He began his professional career, like most high school pitchers do, in the Gulf Coast League in 2017 and returned there for the 2018 campaign. In two seasons in the GCL, Stauffer produced a composite record of 2-2 with a 9.

  • @Orioles • 16h

    Camden Chat: Orioles minor league recap 7/15: Hanifee achieves the "Maddux," throws a complete game shutout on 91 pitches

    Norfolk pitching continues to slog through this season, starter Luis Ysla (3-6, 5.65 ERA) giving up four runs in three innings on three hits and a ton of walks (six). Sean Gilmartin (3.66 ERA) pitched innings 3-6, allowing a three-run homer. Zach Muckenhirn, recently up from Bowie allowed one run while striking out the side in the eighth, and Branden Kline pitched a clean ninth.

    It was a mixed game for Team Rehab: Austin Hays went 0-for-5 but DJ Stewart led off the game with a solo home run.

    Norfolk pitching continues to slog through this season, starter Luis Ysla (3-6, 5.65 ERA) giving up four runs in three innings on three hits and a ton of walks (six). Sean Gilmartin (3.66 ERA) pitched innings 3-6, allowing a three-run homer. Zach Muckenhirn, recently up from Bowie allowed one run while striking out the side in the eighth, and Branden Kline pitched a clean ninth.

    It was a mixed game for Team Rehab: Austin Hays went 0-for-5 but DJ Stewart led off the game with a solo home run.

  • @Orioles • 18h
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    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles Rumors: Philadelphia Phillies Targeting O's Pitchers?

    When news was released of the Boston Red Sox looking to quickly add pitching help, we discussed how much Andrew Cashner made sense and also mentioned how if Mike Elias was going to move Cashner, it would be interesting to see how creative the new general manager of the Baltimore Orioles could get.

    It turns out, Elias went down a different path many Orioles fans are familiar with and was able to turn a 32-year-old pitcher on an expiring contract into two teenage prospects currently working their way through the Dominican Summer League. Should Mike Elias make more moves over the next two weeks or so before the 2019 trade deadline, expect to see much of the same type of deals.

    When news was released of the Boston Red Sox looking to quickly add pitching help, we discussed how much Andrew Cashner made sense and also mentioned how if Mike Elias was going to move Cashner, it would be interesting to see how creative the new general manager of the Baltimore Orioles could get.

    It turns out, Elias went down a different path many Orioles fans are familiar with and was able to turn a 32-year-old pitcher on an expiring contract into two teenage prospects currently working their way through the Dominican Summer League. Should Mike Elias make more moves over the next two weeks or so before the 2019 trade deadline, expect to see much of the same type of deals.

  • @Orioles • 20h

    Fansided: Baltimore Orioles: The O's May Be Catching The Nationals At The Right Time

    For the first time, this season the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles will collide in the first of two 2019 beltway series Tuesday and Wednesday at Camden Yards in Baltimore.

    The Orioles at 28-65 are simply looking to play spoilers to the inter-league rival Nationals who will enter play atop the National League Wild Card standings with a record of 49-43.

    Early on it looked as if the Nationals were in for a long season as they fell 12 games under .500 after being swept by the New York Mets in a four-game series at the end of May.

    For the first time, this season the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles will collide in the first of two 2019 beltway series Tuesday and Wednesday at Camden Yards in Baltimore.

    The Orioles at 28-65 are simply looking to play spoilers to the inter-league rival Nationals who will enter play atop the National League Wild Card standings with a record of 49-43.

    Early on it looked as if the Nationals were in for a long season as they fell 12 games under .500 after being swept by the New York Mets in a four-game series at the end of May.

  • @Orioles • 3d
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  • RT @Cut4: Get after it, brother. https://t.co/mr8J4knLwI

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  • .@JRvillar6 is making plays today! https://t.co/lUMJ3wYUOQ

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  • We see you, @jonathanVillar! #Birdland https://t.co/3oeCkR73w4

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