9:00 AM EST, Fri December 09, 2022
BaltimoreBaseball.com 2 hours ago

Pitcher Kyle Gibson on signing with Orioles: ‘There’s a lot to like about Baltimore’

Kyle Gibson, who signed a one-year, $10 million contract with the Orioles, said he enjoyed his video conference calls with pitching coach Chris Holt and assistant pitching coach Darren Holmes. That was important. So were the recommendations he got from pitcher Jordan Lyles and catcher Robinson Chirinos, his teammates with Texas in 2021. “Seeing from […]
Baltimore Sun 3 hours ago
Five things we learned from the Orioles’ trip to the winter meetings

Five things we learned from the Orioles’ trip to the winter meetings

As Orioles executives arrived at the Manchester Grand Hyatt for Major League Baseball’s winter meetings, the team’s fans hoped a splash. Instead, the front office left San Diego having supplied only a dose of reality.
Baltimore Sun 16 hours ago
Kyle Gibson breaks down Orioles’ free-agent pitch to starters: ‘A lot to love about Baltimore’

Kyle Gibson breaks down Orioles’ free-agent pitch to starters: ‘A lot to love about Baltimore’

Veteran starting pitcher Kyle Gibson said there’s plenty about the Orioles that caught his attention as he fielded offers from other teams this winter.
BaltimoreBaseball.com Dec 8, 2022

Winter Meetings are over, but Orioles’ Elias says offseason is just beginning

SAN DIEGO—The Winter Meetings are over, and the Orioles will leave for home on Thursday without a significant addition. They came to an agreement with right-handed starter Kyle Gibson last Saturday and made the one-year, $10 million contract official on Monday. They signed three players to minor league contracts –right-handed pitcher Ofreidy Gomez, outfielder Nomar […]
Baltimore Sun Dec 8, 2022
Orioles won’t ‘flip a light switch’ to maximize 2023 payroll, playoff chances, GM Mike Elias says

Orioles won’t ‘flip a light switch’ to maximize 2023 payroll, playoff chances, GM Mike Elias says

The level of expenditures during and following the Orioles’ stint as the American League’s winningest team from 2012 to 2016 won’t return this offseason, executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias said.