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75-87, 5th in AL East
Kurkjian thinks Orioles trade Machado (2:19)
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Showalter wants to manage O's beyond '18

Buck Showalter's contract is up after 2018, but the veteran said Tuesday that he hopes to be the Orioles' manager in 2019 and beyond.


Kawhi Leonard returns to the court

Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss Kawhi's return to the Spurs. Is Paul George ready to leave OKC? Plus, Pedro Gomez updates the latest from the MLB Winter Meetings.

Monique Jones ESPN 

From Buster Olney: The Orioles have been talking with other teams about moving Manny Machado, and one of the teams that has expressed interest, according to sources: The Yankees, who currently have a need for a third baseman. The Orioles have not executed a major sell-off in the time that Peter Angelos has been owner of the team, but the circumstances could be right for that. Machado is a free agent at the end of the 2018 season and is expected to test the market, and the Orioles want access to the best prospects – and the Yankees have a very well-stocked farm system. Stay tuned.

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15hJerry Crasnick

O's may move Machado to SS if he's not traded

The Orioles are listening to offers for All-Star Manny Machado, who becomes a free agent after the coming season. If they don't trade him, they may move him from third base to shortstop, where he started his career.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Buck Showalter, who has one year left on his contract, told reporters he wants to manage the Orioles in 2019 and beyond. "As I get older, I realize how lucky I am," said Showalter, 61. "Where life and baseball takes me, I'll deal with another time. Right now my focus is on the 2018 season and seeing if we can get back to competing."

Machado on the move? (1:48)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Despite Giancarlo Stanton joining an already potent Yankees lineup, Orioles manager Buck Showalter isn't pushing the panic button: "If you make real good pitches to those guys, you get 'em out. If you make bad pitches, they go a little further than everybody else is hitting 'em."

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The #Orioles aren't shopping Manny Machado, according to a source, but they're getting a lot of calls and they're in "listening" mode at the moment. Like the Rays and Blue Jays, the Orioles need to decide if they're ready to sell off some big pieces and go young. Trading Machado is the type of bold move that owner Peter Angelos has typically been unwilling to make. But Machado would attract a mother lode of talent to help restock Baltimore's farm system, even as he approaches free agency at the end of the 2018 season.

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19hDan Szymborski

Teams that need to go for it in 2018

The Cardinals, Red Sox and Giants are among the clubs that need to be all-in next season. What big moves can win-now teams make to paint themselves into the playoff picture?

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O's Gausman to wear No. 34 to honor Halladay

Orioles pitcher Kevin Gausman tweeted Thursday that he will wear No. 34 starting next season to honor Roy Halladay, who died in a plane crash in November.

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Palmeiro, 53, working on returning to majors

At 53 years old, retired player Rafael Palmeiro is working on a comeback to major league baseball and says, "there's no doubt" in his mind he can make it back.

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10dDan Szymborski

Digging down through baseball's circles of payroll hell

Whatever they do with Giancarlo Stanton, Derek Jeter and the Marlins will have budgetary handicaps in 2018. Where do the Fish rank among teams with major financial handicaps this winter?

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16dDavid Schoenfield

Are the Orioles the best fit for J.D. Martinez?

The Orioles have a hole in right field, and though pairing Martinez with LF Trey Mancini and CF Adam Jones would be a defensive nightmare, Baltimore's lust for power is well-known. They also could make the money work.

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21dBradford Doolittle

Hot stove stock watch: Orioles

Depending on how much money the Orioles are willing to part ways with in order to make a couple of significant upgrades, their pitching outlook is grim.

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22dTravis Sawchik, Special to ESPN.com

One key move for the Orioles this offseason

The O's are in desperate need of pitching help, as always. This free agent would be a good mid-rotation bet for a club looking for pitching but unwilling or unable to compete in the Yu Darvish-Jake Arrieta market.

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24dBuster Olney

Orioles face a tough reality with Zach Britton

The timing might not be right to get a big return for its star closer, but Baltimore could be left with no choice but to trade him this winter.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2608th
On Base Percentage.31227th
Slugging Percentage.43510th
Earned Run Average4.9727th
Quality Starts61Tied-27th