Red-hot Ryon Healy homered twice to lead a solid Oakland offensive attack in Tuesday's 6-4, series-evening win over the Orioles.
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There's a reason we play six months in this sport. Well, there are a lot of reasons. But one big one is that from day to day, week to week, everything can change. It takes a full season to get a complete read on a team or a player. These days, Manny Machado is probably awfully thankful for that full season.
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy has already racked up 15 innings -- a full nine on Monday and six innings on Tuesday -- in the first two games of his rehab assignment since being placed on the disabled list on June 19 with a right wrist fracture.
Manny Machado is proud of where he came from. That'll be evident in the inaugural Players Weekend from Friday to Sunday, when all players will wear colorful, non-traditional uniforms featuring alternate designs.
The A's Boog Powell was a ball of excitement as he hopped off a golf cart and shook the hand of the other Boog Powell for the first time on Tuesday afternoon.
Orioles right-hander Dylan Bundy will be fresh off 10 days of rest for Wednesday's series finale at Camden Yards against Daniel Gossett and the A's.
Adam Jones homered twice and matched a career high with four hits, leading the Orioles to a 7-3, series-opening win over the Athletics on Monday night.
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.
Perhaps Jonathan Schoop's 2017 season has gone largely unnoticed by the national media. But if you talk to any opposing team, particularly its pitching staff, they won't hesitate to let you know: Schoop has become one of the toughest outs in the American League.
It was only a matter of time before Manny Machado's numbers at the plate started to come around. Now they have, and it has earned him his first American League Player of the Week Award in 2017.
Fixed? Not quite. While the O's hope of vintage Chris Tillman appearing didn't transpire, the struggling righty -- making his first start since being demoted to the bullpen -- was still encouraged with parts of his outing in Baltimore's 5-4 loss to the Angels on Sunday afternoon.
Cameron Maybin's clutch two-out, pinch-hit single erased a frustrating day at the plate for the Angels, lifting Los Angeles to a 5-4 series win at Camden Yards and keeping the red-hot Halos right in the thick of the American League Wild Card race.
J.J. Hardy will play for Triple-A Norfolk on Monday, and the Orioles shortstop told manager Buck Showalter he plans to play all nine innings in his first rehab game.
Brady Anderson, the current Orioles vice president of baseball operations, edged Sam Horn 5-4 in Saturday's 25th Anniversary Home Run Derby.
Mike Trout and Luis Valbuena each homered twice as the Angels continued their recent power surge to blow past the Orioles with Saturday's 5-1 win to even the series.
Manny Machado is back and it's a scary thought for the rest of the league, perhaps one that could change the game in the Orioles' American League Wild Card hopes.
Manny Machado homered three times and hit a walkoff grand slam to single-handedly propel the Orioles' come-from-behind 9-7 series-opening win over the Angels Friday night.
Flown save: Closer runs down Manny mash
"Has it really been that long?" countless members of the Orioles 1992 team wondered, often aloud on Friday afternoon. But there it was on the backdrop, behind them, the commemorative patch added this season for the 25th anniversary season of Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Baltimore's Rule 5 Draft pick Anthony Santander made his Major League debut in Friday night's 9-7 walk-off win over the Angels at Camden Yards, delivering a key ninth-inning single and making a diving grab in right field.
Did the Orioles make the right decision at the Trade Deadline? Beat reporter Brittany Ghiroli answers fans' questions in the latest Inbox.
Leonys Martin provided a game-saving catch in the bottom of the ninth to preserve a 7-6 win over the Orioles on Wednesday at Safeco Field as the Mariners finished off a tough homestand with their second straight win before heading out on a rugged 12-game East Coast road trip.
The Orioles knew it wasn't going to be easy. But even considering the circumstances, it's tough for Baltimore to be entirely satisfied with its West Coast road trip. The O's completed a 10-games-in-10-days road swing on Wednesday with a 7-6 loss to the Mariners.
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy, who is on the 60-day disabled list with a fractured right wrist, hit in the indoor cages on Wednesday and played long toss. He hopes to take on-field batting practice on Friday.
If there was any doubt about whether Forrest Whitley was ready for the Double-A level, the teenage right-hander laid it to rest on Thursday by tossing six scoreless innings with a career-high 11 strikeouts in his debut for Corpus Christi.
Eloy Jimenez and Zack Collins made an immediate impact and paced the Barons' offense to a 9-4 win over Montgomery in their Southern League debut.
The Orioles on Wednesday activated outfielder Anthony Santander from the 60-day disabled list. In the corresponding roster move, outfielder Joey Rickard was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk.
Jonathan Schoop, who set a new career high with his 26th home run in the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Mariners at Safeco Field on Tuesday night, stays in frequent contact with former Orioles and current Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz. Playing him means reconnecting in person with Cruz, who he considers a mentor.
Andrew Albers picked up his first Major League victory since 2013 with five innings of one-run ball in his Mariners debut to help Seattle snap a five-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over the Orioles on Tuesday at Safeco Field.
Adam Jones moved past Boog Powell for the fifth most hits in Orioles franchise history on Monday against the Mariners.
Manny Machado's grand slam led a four-homer attack as the Orioles blasted the Mariners, 11-3, on Monday night to pull within two games of the second Wild Card spot in the American League.
Since a valley in early July, Orioles infielder Manny Machado has steadily seen his batting average climb, from .216 to his current mark of .259. Machado did his best to break the .260 barrier Sunday, notching three hits -- a triple, single and and home run -- to flirt with a potential cycle in the Orioles' 9-3 loss to the A's.
Matt Chapman lined a three-run homer just over the left-field wall to cap a five-run fourth inning and lead the A's to a 9-3 win over the Orioles on Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum.
Tim Beckham's two-run double capped a seven-run first inning and the Orioles cruised behind Dylan Bundy to a 12-5 win over the A's on Saturday night at the Coliseum.
Orioles leadoff man Tim Beckham didn't mind the 20-minute wait he had to endure in the first inning before extending his hitting streak to 12 games during a 12-5 blowout of the Athletics on Saturday night.
J.J. Hardy continues to make steady progress in his recovery from a broken right wrist, but the Orioles shortstop won't come off the disabled list when eligible.
Chad Pinder hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly in the eighth to cap a two-run rally for the A's, who beat the Orioles, 5-4, Friday night at the Coliseum.
Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez seemed more concerned about his high pitch count than he was about being knocked out of Friday night's 5-4 loss to the A's after getting hit in his right calf by a sharp grounder in the sixth inning.