Caleb Joseph has grown accustomed to doing the unusual and catching day games after night games. It happened Thursday afternoon in the Bronx and it's happening again today in the sweltering Baltimore heat. "It's nothing. Getting back on the bike," he said. "You've just got to prepare. You maybe have ... Read More
Caleb Joseph says the hot weather made it difficult to pitch.
Caleb Joseph says Chris Tillman has been the team's stopper the whole season.
Buck Showalter says Dylan Bundy's stuff was crisp and he's confident the right-hander will get better.
Caleb Joseph is behind the plate today as the Orioles try to avoid being swept in a four-game series in Seattle for the first time since June 2000. Joseph is making his first start since May 30. Starter Ubaldo Jimenez owns a career 3.47 ERA in 40 starts with Joseph ... Read More
Buck Showalter and Caleb Joseph talk about Joseph's return to the lineup from his first time on the DL.
Catcher Caleb Joseph's return to the Orioles is now likely just days away. Joseph will catch for the first time since his injury on Monday night for Single-A Frederick. If that goes well, he could return to the Orioles as soon as next Wednesday in San Diego. Joseph took a ... Read More
Baltimore Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday after undergoing a surgical procedure related to suffering a “testicular injury” in Monday’s 7-2 loss to the Boston Red Sox. The cringe-worthy injury occurred during the eighth inning when a check swing by Travis Shaw drastically altered the trajectory of an Ashur Tolliver pitch straight...
Sometimes, it’s the thought that counts. That was the case for Caleb Joseph, who had a bit of fun Wednesday by signing an imaginary autograph and waving to a non-existent Camden Yards crowd before the Baltimore Orioles’ unprecedented contest against the Chicago White Sox. The fake autograph was the Orioles catcher’s way of finding some humor amidst...
Tuesday night wasn’t a good evening for the Orioles in Toronto. And in one of the most distressing moments of the night for Baltimore, catcher Caleb Joseph his a liner off of the butt of third base coach Bobby Dickerson. Well, that’s unfortunate. At least Dickerson was OK. The game would only get uglier for the Orioles after that play, however – the Blue Jays simply kept pouring...
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