9:33 PM EDT, Mon October 22, 2018
Baltimore Sun 9 hours ago

Former Orioles star Manny Machado will find even more ill will with Dodgers in Boston for World Series

Manny Machado isn't going to get a reprieve from the ill will when he and the Dodgers head to Boston to begin the World Series on Tuesday at Fenway Park. Before Machado was wearing Dodger blue and turning the entire state of Wisconsin against him, his last big league beef came in 2017 when the...
Call to the Pen 12 hours ago

Baltimore Orioles: What now after missing on Mesa brothers?

The Baltimore Orioles were unable to come to terms with the Mesa brothers, seeing them head to the Miami Marlins instead. What comes next for the franchise? Over the years, the Baltimore Orioles generally ignored the international free agent market. If they were to utilize their cap room, it was to trade it for other […] Baltimore Orioles: What now after missing on Mesa brothers? - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
BaltimoreBaseball.com 14 hours ago

After failed Mesa pursuit, what’s next for the Orioles?

Orioles fans are disappointed that the team wasn’t able to sign the heavily-hyped Cuban outfielder Victor Victor Mesa. Mesa and his brother Victor, Jr. are scheduled to be introduced by the Miami Marlins this morning at 10 a.m. Even though the Orioles began the Mesa pursuit with significant monetary advantages, it was unrealistic to think […]
Baltimore Sun Oct 20, 2018

Reports: Orioles lose out to Marlins on Cuban outfielders Victor Victor, Victor Mesa Jr.

Cuban outfielders Victor Victor Mesa and Victor Mesa Jr., who became the top international prospects available when Major League Baseball declared them amateur free agents last month, are expected to sign with the Miami Marlins, according to multiple reports. Though the Orioles appear to have missed...
Baltimore Sun Oct 20, 2018

Schmuck: Future uncertain for former Oriole Jonathan Schoop, who declined sharply with Brewers

With the exception of an incredible nine-game stretch in late July, the 2018 season was pretty much a nightmare for former Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop. He spent nearly a month on the disabled list after suffering an oblique strain in mid-April and never gave himself a chance to follow...