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2018 Schedule
47-115, 5th in AL East
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Orioles GM Elias to rebuild 'as quickly as we can'

New Orioles general manager Mike Elias spoke excitedly Monday about rebuilding the worst team in the majors by drafting wisely, stocking the farm system and delving deep into the International market.

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O's-Nats TV dispute back before baseball panel

The dispute between the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles over television rights fees returned to a committee of baseball executives Thursday after a lengthy court fight.

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Yanks' Cashman mum on Machado hustle debate

While saying that hustling "is always a prerequisite" when signing players, Yankees GM Brian Cashman doesn't want any part of a debate about free agent Manny Machado

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Rays beat out Marlins, O's for Cuban P prospect

The Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to a $2.61 million signing bonus with 16-year-old Cuban pitching prospect Sandy Gaston, pending a physical. The Miami Marlins and Baltimore Orioles were among other teams interested in signing Gaston.

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Springer's dingers fuel Astros' ALDS sweep

With George Springer's fifth-inning shot, the Astros have homered in 12 consecutive postseason games, tying an American League record set by the Orioles from 1983 to 1997.

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Showalter, Duquette out as Orioles clean house

The Baltimore Orioles won't retain manager Buck Showalter or executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette after the team lost 115 games this season. Showalter and Duquette were both on expiring contracts.


BBTN: Tiebreaker Preview, Maddon, Tough Goodbyes

Before Boog Sciambi catches up with Cubs manager Joe Maddon (23:22), Buster and Keith Law discuss the tiebreakers, legendary figures saying goodbye and more (:59). Plus, Todd Radom's latest #ThirtyUnis reveal and logo trivia (24:31).

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Orioles' Davis to sit out end of inglorious season

Orioles first baseman Chris Davis isn't expected to play this weekend, meaning he'll finish with a .168 batting average, lowest by a qualifier in big league history. Since Sept. 5, Davis is 1-for-37 with 20 strikeouts.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average5.1830th
Quality Starts5929th
Batting Average.23924th
On Base Percentage.29829th
Slugging Percentage.39125th