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20h

Dodgers send LHP Nuno to Orioles

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Sunday that they have traded veteran left-hander Vidal Nuno to the Baltimore Orioles for minor league right-hander Ryan Moseley.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers acquired minor league RHP Ryan Moseley from the Orioles in exchange for LHP Vidal Nino.

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1d

O's Machado takes reps at shortstop for WBC

Before he leaves for the World Baseball Classic to represent the Dominican Republic, Manny Machado is making the most of his short time at Baltimore Orioles camp by practicing at shortstop.

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3d

Brach ends O's 22-year arbitration win streak

Baltimore relief pitcher Brad Brach became the first player to beat the Orioles in salary arbitration in 22 years, ending the team's nine-hearing winning streak.

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4d

Orioles P Brach asking for $3.05M in arbitration

Reliever Brad Brach became the second Baltimore Orioles player to go to arbitration this winter, asking for a raise to $3.05 million rather than the team's offer of $2,525,000.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Scott Boras recently compared Matt Wieters to Carlton Fisk. Well, there's a reason Wieters hasn't signed: He's no Fisk. He's not even Jason Castro. Wieters had the same wRC+ as Castro and Castro is the far superior pitch framer. Wieters isn't going to get the contract Boras expects.

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6d

O's ace Tillman (shoulder) might start on DL

Chris Tillman, who went 16-6 with a 3.77 ERA in 2016, might start the 2017 season on the DL as he recovers from an injection to his right shoulder.

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7dBradford Doolittle

Players with something to prove: Dylan Bundy

Bundy reappeared last season in the majors for the first time since 2012, when he only played in two games. He'll be looking to make up for lost time in 2017.

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10dBradford Doolittle

Kim is primed for a comeback

Sure, he'll be platooned, but Hyun Soo Kim looks like the favorite to be the Orioles' primary left fielder. You'd like to be able to send him to the dish against a lefty without covering your eyes.

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10d

Orioles acquire RHP Ynoa from Mets

The New York Mets traded right-hander Gabriel Ynoa to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for cash considerations.

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13dSam Miller

What is PECOTA, and should you hate it?

Also, why does PECOTA have it out for the Orioles? Something's not quite right there, no? Here's your consumer's guide to Tuesday's 2017 Baseball Prospectus projections.

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13d

BBTN: Rules Changes, Free-Agent Market, More

Buster Olney talks to Jayson Stark and Doug Glanville about potential changes to help pace of play, the "disastrous" free-agent market and more. Plus, Chelsea Janes on the Nats.

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14dKeith Law

Baltimore Orioles: Top prospects report

With Chance Sisco almost ready to take over the catching duties and a strong 2016 draft, the Orioles see glimmers of hope for the future.

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Potential still there for Jomar Reyes

Reyes is Keith Law's top sleeper in the Orioles organization for the second year in a row due to his youth (19) and power potential. Top sleeper prospects (Insider)

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19d

Joseph to arbitration after mark for ABs, no RBIs

Backup catcher Caleb Joseph has gone to salary arbitration with the Baltimore Orioles after setting major league records for most at-bats and plate appearances in a season with no RBI.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs74412th
Batting Average.25615th
On Base Percentage.31721st
Slugging Percentage.4433rd
Earned Run Average4.2219th
Quality Starts69Tied-18th
WHIP1.3621st
BAA.25816th

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