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Read into some likely position competitions and possible outcomes through Spring training.
A look into some of the veterans invited to Spring training and the impact they may have on the roster.
John Wilkes previews his first draft of what he thinks may be the team's final roster.
Ubaldo Jimenez struggled during his first outing in spring training, surrendering six runs, two walks and two hit batters in 1.1 innings.See More: Orioles Report
Jim Henneman says the Orioles have 16 pitchers competing for 11 or 12 spots, making March the most interesting month of the Orioles' offseason.See More: Upon Further Review by Jim Henneman
Jim Henneman shares notes from Orioles spring training, including comments from Buck Showalter, a look at the upcoming schedule and more. See More: Upon Further Review by Jim Henneman
"This club, I think, is a lot better -- even though they've lost some key parts -- than people think," Orioles Hall of Famer Jim Palmer said.See More: Orioles Report
Jim Henneman says the Orioles brought in Everth Cabrera because they think he can be the everyday leadoff hitter. The question is: where will he play?See More: Upon Further Review by Jim Henneman
For Orioles fans ready to trade in the arctic chill for another hot summer of Orioles baseball, here's a little something to hold you over.See More: Baseball
The AL East is Analytic DrivenSee More: Blogs
The worst thing about spring training is also the best part on a day like today. It doesn't count.Posted 10 hours ago
That screenshot does not show the TWO hit by pitches. Ubaldo was scheduled for two innings, got bounced after only 1.1.Posted 12 hours ago
The Orioles corner outfielder takes time to answer some questions.See More: Orioles Q&A
With spring training upon us let see if I can get in Buck's heads and predict the 25 man rosterSee More: Blogs
Dylan Bundy will most likely start 2015 at Bowie, but if he can demonstrate command and velocity, it won't be long before he's back with the Orioles.See More: Orioles Report
The glove worn by Jeffrey Maier that turned a Derek Jeter fly ball into a home run in Game 1 of the 1996 ALCS sold at auction for $22,705 Feb. 21. See More: Baseball
The Orioles improve their arbitration record to 11-1 in the Angelos era.See More: Orioles Uncensored
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