After five days of replicating spring training workouts, the Orioles’ summer training goes under the lights on Wednesday night. The Orioles will play the first in a series of intrasquad games at Camden Yards.
The summer training camp is moving into its next phase for the Orioles. Past the routine workouts that define the spring version. Bring on the intrasquad games and some semblance of competition while manager Brandon Hyde turns up the heat on the evaluation process that's going to pare the roster ...
Five days into the Orioles’ summer camp, the team hasn’t announced if any of its players have tested positive for the coronavirus. When Major League Baseball announced initial results on July 3, it said that 19 teams had a player or staff member test positive.
The new world of Major League Baseball’s testing and precaution to stem the spread of the coronavirus takes some getting used to. Austin Hays, who’s expected to be the Orioles’ centerfielder for the 60-game schedule that starts July 24th, is adjusting to the new reality.
A baseball season cut down to 60 games will start for the Orioles later this month in Boston. Major League Baseball released the schedules tonight and the Orioles are going to play the Red Sox in a three-game series that begins July 24.
Multiple teams canceled their morning workouts today, including the Nationals and Astros, due to the delays in receiving results of the COVID-19 testing over the weekend that's done on a regular basis as camps opened across the country.
As the Orioles transformed yesterday's summer training camp workout from batting practice in the cage to live BP sessions for a group of relievers, projected starter Asher Wojciechowski emerged from the home dugout and headed over to the visiting side.
The Orioles haven't named their opening day starter for July 24, an announcement shelved due to baseball's shutdown. John Means was lined up for the assignment and nothing has happened to change the narrative.
Manager Brandon Hyde hasn’t decided on the Orioles’ starting staff when the 60-game season opens on July 24. He said that a five-man staff, a six-man staff, piggybacking starters and possibly using an opener are considerations.
The ability of a 60-game season to thrust teams with normally low expectations into contender status has become a fascination of sorts in Baltimore. Fans wonder if the Orioles can make the playoffs, or at least flirt with the possibility from their lowered bar until closing time, due to the ...
The Orioles still don't have a full turnout for their summer training camp, with manager Brandon Hyde saying again this afternoon that a couple of Dominican players remain in the intake process for COVID-19 testing.