Orioles first baseman Chris Davis returned to the lineup for the first time in two weeks, batting leadoff on Sunday against the Mets as he works his way back from a right forearm injury. The plan is for Davis to go get some at-bats in a Minor League game on Monday as the O's try to make sure the slugger finds his swing.
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Orioles mascot poses with UMBC mascot for photo
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The Orioles unveiled a new "Kids Cheer Free" initiative on Monday that will allow parents to bring fans age 9 and younger to Camden Yards for free this season.
The Baltimore Orioles have done a very cool thing in offering free tickets to kids 9 and under for certain games at Camden Yards. This is right on so many levels.
After more than 50 years in professional baseball, Yankees broadcaster Ken Singleton announced on Monday that 2018 will be his last year behind the microphone.
After three simulated games, Andrew Cashner made his first Grapefruit League start for the Orioles, and it was a good one.
In 16 Grapefruit League games, Buck Showalter has used five different leadoff hitters. And before Saturday's game with the Pirates, the Orioles manager said he hasn't decided on who his primary leadoff hitter will be.
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Sammy Stewart, a pitcher who helped the Orioles win the 1983 World Series, died on Friday in North Carolina. He was 63.
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The Orioles announced on Saturday that infielder Danny Valencia signed a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.
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Miguel Castro, who the Orioles are hoping can challenge for the fifth starter's spot, got his first action of 2018 on Friday in a "B" game against the Pirates on a back field of Ed Smith Stadium.
There's still a lot of Spring Training left. But that doesn't mean that the early days don't mean anything.