Throwback Thursday: The opening act

It's officially the offseason for all of Major League Baseball, which means we have to wait until April 6 for baseball to return. For those counting, that's 158 days - otherwise known as 3,792 hours, 227,520 minutes or 13,651,200 seconds. OK, I think you get the point. While you patiently wait for the first pitch, I'll be throwin' it back to the Orioles' most memorable ... read more

Camden Yards experience garners perfect score, top ranking from Stadium Journey

Those of us who regularly attend Orioles games already know Camden Yards is a gem. From its pristine field, retro feel and storied history to its fantastic views, cool vibe and the winning team that inhabits it, the downtown ballpark really is the stadium that changed baseball. Seems others have noticed, too. Stadium Journey, a website that chronicles venues for college and pro sports across ... read more

Showalters to host fifth annual KidsPeace Trick-or-Trot 5K/1 Mile Walk at Camden Yards

Fall is in the air and Halloween is right around the corner. Also just around the corner is the fifth annual KidsPeace Trick-or-Trot 5K/1 Mile Walk presented by OneMain Financial, set to take place on Saturday, Nov. 1 at Camden Yards. KidsPeace, in partnership with the Baltimore Orioles and Angela and Buck Showalter, invites the Baltimore community to run or walk in support of kids ... read more

Frank Cashen's enjoyable autobiography rife with insider Orioles memories

The last time I saw J. Frank Cashen, the longtime Orioles executive who was an architect of the team's powerhouse clubs from the 1960s and 1970s, was in August 2012 at the annual Orioles Hall of Fame luncheon. I rode an elevator with Cashen, then 86, who reveled in being surrounded by Baltimore baseball fans and Hall of Famers from the club. "Isn't this a ... read more

Zach Wilt: Final thoughts on Orioles' 2014 campaign

How could I possibly be disappointed in the Orioles' season? Ninety-six regular season wins, an American League East title for the first time since 1997 and a trip to the American League Championship Series. Oh, and the Orioles accomplished all of those feats without Matt Wieters, Manny Machado and even Chris Davis at the end of the season. If you told me way back when ... read more

Operation October: All or nothing

KANSAS CITY - Good morning from a very sunny Kauffman Stadium. Olivia and Lindsay here with you for this win-or-go-home Game 4. Wherever you are watching the game today, it's time for you to back your Birds! If you're not at The K, we're bringing the ballpark to you through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (masnOrioles). So be sure to follow along for behind-the-scenes looks. ... read more

Daniel Clark: The good and bad of the ALCS

After three games of the American League Championship Series, there's been a number of key things that haven't gone according to plan for the Orioles, who trail the series 3-0 and require four straight wins in order to progress to their first World Series since 1983. In light of these disappointing results, let's explore the good and bad of the series thus far... The Good ... read more

Operation October: Sunny skies for Game 3 in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY - It's true: The sun is out and shining for Game 3 of the American League Championship Series! After the postponement due to rain yesterday, we - Lindsay and Olivia - are back with you for Game 3 of the ALCS, which starts at 8 p.m. Eastern time. We're about ready to head to the ballpark on this beautiful but windy afternoon. If ... read more