4:12 PM EST, Fri December 09, 2016
MASN Sports 7 hours ago

More Rule 5 talk and a possible outfield option - Steve Melewski

More on Orioles' Rule 5 selections Tavarez and Santander, plus outfield options
Baltimore Sun 16 hours ago

Examining how Caleb Joseph will impact the Orioles' catching search

There has been an assumption this offseason when discussing the Orioles' pursuit of a catcher that needs to be challenged, even just as an exercise.
MASN Sports 20 hours ago

Duquette has resumed negotiations on new Trumbo contract - School of Roch

The Orioles are continuing their efforts to reach an agreement with free agent outfielder Mark Trumbo. Unwilling to offer specifics on Trumbo during most of his media sessions at the Winter Meetings, executive vice president Dan Duquette said he sat...

Under the Winter Meetings spotlight, Orioles take their usual spot in the shadows

By Eduardo A. Encina The Baltimore Sun NATIONAL HARBOR – The Orioles weren’t expected to make a big splash during this week’s Winter Meetings at the Gaylord National Resort. So it was no surprise that they retreated north from the meetings with little more than two projects and a lot of feelers....
Baltimore Sun Dec 8, 2016

As Yankees and Red Sox stock up, Orioles shop at the bargain bins

There are two kinds of teams that attend the annual baseball Winter Meetings – the ones that come to hunt and the ones that come to gather information for future reference. It wasn’t hard to discern which was which this year. The Boston Red Sox took over the Gaylord National Resort and Convention...

Wrapping up the Orioles' stay at the Winter Meetings - School of Roch

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. - The flurry of blockbuster moves and signings at the Winter Meetings further illustrated the importance of stockpiling prospects in the farm system, of having so much young depth that a team can fill holes in its roster at minimum cost or create a package that brings...
MASN Sports Dec 8, 2016

Dan Duquette on the Orioles' two Rule 5 selections - Steve Melewski

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. - The Orioles today took not one, but two players in the Rule 5 draft. Both are outfielders and both will need to stick on the major league roster all year to stay in the organization beyond...

Orioles select outfielders Aneury Tavarez, Anthony Santander in Rule 5 draft

The Orioles selected a pair of young outfielders, Aneury Tavarez of the Boston Red Sox and Anthony Santander of the Cleveland Indians, in the major league Rule 5 draft Thursday. In selecting the pair, with Tavarez closer to the majors and with a utility profile and Santander one of the most interesting...
Baltimore Sun Dec 8, 2016

Orioles select two outfielders in Rule 5 draft

The Orioles selected a pair of outfielders, Aneury Tavarez of the Boston Red Sox and Anthony Santander of the Cleveland Indians, in the major league Rule 5 draft Thursday. In selecting the pair, with Tavarez closer to the majors and Santander one of the most interesting bats available but coming...

Orioles make two picks in major league phase of Rule 5 draft - School of Roch

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. - The Orioles selected two outfielders in the major league phase of the Rule 5 draft. And just as they did in 2014, they took a player from Triple-A and another from Single-A. With their first selection, the Orioles chose 24-year old Aneury Tavarez from the Red...
Baltimore Sun Dec 8, 2016

Once the Orioles build their bench, Buck Showalter wants to use it more to spell everyday players

The Orioles' everyday players, from young ones such as third baseman Manny Machado and second baseman Jonathan Schoop to veterans such as Mark Trumbo and Chris Davis, all tired down the stretch. Showalter said that "without a doubt" he wants to give the regulars more days off next year.

Once Orioles build their bench, Buck Showalter wants to use it more to spell everyday players

The Orioles' everyday players, from young ones such as third baseman Manny Machado and second baseman Jonathan Schoop to veterans such as Mark Trumbo and Chris Davis, all tired down the stretch. Showalter said that "without a doubt" he wants to give the regulars more days off next year.

Orioles say they're OK with slow progress in finding a catcher

The Orioles arrived at this week's winter meetings hoping to gain better clarity on their future at catcher. One of executive vice president Dan Duquette's first acts Sunday night, as teams and agents settled into the Gaylord National Resort, was reaching out to agents of free-agent backstops to...

More from Day Three of the Winter Meetings - School of Roch

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. - If you come away with anything from these Winter Meetings, and it may be more than the Orioles do beyond the Rule 5 draft, it's how executive vice president Dan Duquette is committed to finding a right fielder, a veteran catcher and maybe a reliever to...
MASN Sports Dec 7, 2016

ESPNs Keith Law on Sisco, Trumbo, Britton and more - Steve Melewski

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. - In asking ESPN's Keith Law today about what it would take for a team like the Orioles to trade for outfielder Adam Eaton, he mentioned it would be tough. The package would probably have to start...

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