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The Orioles have 16 pitchers competing for 11 or 12 spots this Spring Training.
The All-Star catcher will see some DH work as the team tries to ease him back from injury.
How will Ubaldo Jimenez respond from a slow first start.
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy is expected to be shut down for at least 10 days before resuming baseball activities.See More: Orioles Report
Andrew Miller may be gone, but Paul Folkemer says the Orioles' bullpen, including closer Zach Britton, doesn't figure to miss a beat in 2015.See More: Orioles Report
Questions still remain but the roster is shaping upSee More: Blogs
The Baltimore Orioles made several roster moves March 29, reassigning Dariel Alvarez, Chris Parmelee and Chaz Roe to minor league camp. See More: Orioles Report
Jim Henneman says Nolan Reimold has felt bad for so long that it only seems fair he has become the feel-good story of Orioles' spring training. See More: Upon Further Review by Jim Henneman
Stan 'The Fan' looks at who will make the 25-man roster, and says despite having six starting pitchers for five spots, all six will make the team.See More: One Fan's Opinion by Stan Charles
Jim Henneman says that while watching Blue Jays LHP Daniel Norris dominate the Orioles March 25, Dan Duquette got a sense of how much he is valued. See More: Upon Further Review by Jim Henneman
Listen if you want to keep Paredes you can't be scared to let him play. Might as well play him while he's lighting the world on firePosted 3 hours ago
Stan 'The Fan' previews the 2015 outlook for the AL East, and he thinks the Orioles, led by their defense, will win the division again. See More: One Fan's Opinion by Stan Charles
The Orioles need to make 16 roster cuts. Paul Folkemer looks at who will stay and who will leave, and he says Brian Matusz may be traded. See More: Orioles Report
On this episode: What to do with Jimmy Paredes? and we open the OU MailbagSee More: Podcasts
At the Ripken Hot Stove dinner March 23, former Orioles Cal Ripken Jr. and Bill Ripken talked about some of the changes they see in today's game.See More: Baseball
Who emerge as the top Oriole from the drought years?See More: Blogs
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