Addressing the uncertainties of tonight's game

The Orioles are supposed to play the White Sox tonight, just as they were scheduled to do last night before the postponement caused by rioting in the city. Another adjustment must be made. It's just a question of how it's done. I'm no longer comfortable using the term "protesters" because it's insulting to the people who tried to have a peaceful demonstration. You can come ... read more

Orioles-White Sox game postponed

Tonight's game between the Orioles and White Sox has been postponed. An announcement regarding the make-up date will be made at a later date. Fans are encouraged to keep their tickets and parking passes until more information is made available. Players were seen leaving their parking lot shortly before the Orioles made the annoucement after consultation with the Baltimore City Police Department. Orioles manager Buck ... read more

Notes on game status, Wieters, Harvey and more

The Orioles have been consulting with the Baltimore Police Department regarding safety issues in the city and will continue to do so throughout the night. They intend to begin their three-game series tonight against the White Sox. Players were watching the televised coverage in the clubhouse this afternoon as protesters threw rocks and bottles at police officers at Mondawmin Mall. "I'm not oblivious to what's ... read more

Orioles and White Sox lineups

The Orioles begin a three-game series tonight against the White Sox, with hot-hitting Jimmy Paredes and Delmon Young batting second and third, respectively. The Orioles won the season series last year 5-1, taking two of three at Camden Yards and sweeping the White Sox in a three-game set U.S. Cellular Field. Young (five RBIs), Chris Davis (three), Steve Pearce (three) and Paredes (three) each drove ... read more

Tonight's game and a few thoughts

The Orioles are changing Sox today. See what I did there? The White Sox are following the Red Sox into Camden Yards, as the Orioles finally venture outside of the American League East. They're done with the division until ... the Rays come to Camden Yards on Friday. Weather issues caused the White Sox to adjust their rotation, with Hector Noesi taking the mound tonight. ... read more

Wrapping up an 18-7 win

Orioles manager Buck Showalter was asked today whether he placed greater importance on the 18 runs or Bud Norris carrying a shutout into the seventh inning. Showalter didn't hesitate with his response. "Bud, without a doubt," Showalter said following the Orioles' 18-7 win over the Red Sox. "That's the Bud that pitched well for us last year. This guy won 15 games last year, and ... read more

Game update and more from Showalter (O's win 18-7)

Bud Norris has blanked the Red Sox over three innings this afternoon despite allowing two hits and walking two batters, and he's now protecting a 1-0 lead. Steve Pearce lifted a sacrifice fly to left field in the second inning to score Delmon Young, who reached second when center fielder Mookie Betts lost his fly ball in the sun and dropped it. Pearce was in ... read more

A few notes before today's game

It's Little League Day at Camden Yards and there appear to be zero security concerns as kids circle the field in their uniforms and we await the start of the series finale between the Orioles and Red Sox. Orioles manager Buck Showalter estimated that shortstop J.J. Hardy will need three or four rehab games before coming off the disabled list. Hardy is shut down until ... read more