“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Trumbo crushes first opening day walk-off homer in O’s history

On April 3, Orioles fans were spoiled with a dramatic and thrilling opening day contest in a 2016 American League wild card game rematch against the Blue Jays. Tied 2-2 with two outs and two strikes in the bottom of the 11th inning, O’s slugger Mark Trumbo picked up right where he left off in 2016, when he led the majors with 47 home runs ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Britton notches 55th consecutive save to break AL record

We continue our #ThrowbackThursday offseason series with a look at one of the top pitching milestones of the 2017 season. On July 23, in the Orioles’ 9-7 comeback win over the eventual World Series champion Astros, closer Zach Britton locked down his 55th consecutive save to set a new American League record, which was previously held by Red Sox closer Tom “Flash” Gordon (54, April ... read more

Camden Yards hosts Maryland Food Bank event to bring holiday meals to those in need

On most gamedays, people stream through the gates at Camden Yards ready to enjoy a baseball game. On Wednesday, what was leaving the ballpark carried far more significance. Teams of volunteers from Baltimore’s corporate community braved a November chill on the stadium’s main concourse this morning to pack bags containing a holiday feast for those in need. The Maryland Food Bank’s “Pack to Give Back ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Machado crushes walk-off grand slam for third homer of game

Now that the World Series has ended, it is officially the first day without baseball. Miss it yet? We do, too. That’s why MASNsports.com is bringing back our Throwback Thursday (#TBT) posts and combining them with our “Orioles Classics” series, which will air memorable moments in O’s history on MASN throughout the offseason until pitchers and catchers report in February. We’ll kick things off with ... read more

From Camden Yards to World Series: Remembering Hailey Dawson’s first pitch in Birdland

If you thought the youngster who threw out the first pitch at Minute Maid Park before tonight’s Game 4 of the World Series looked familiar, you’re right. Hailey Dawson, the 7-year-old from Las Vegas with the 3-D printed hand who got tonight’s ceremonial honor at the Fall Classic, was here in Birdland just two years ago with All-Star third baseman Manny Machado of the Orioles ... read more

Tickets now on sale for fifth annual #StayHungry Purple Tailgate hosted by Adam Jones

Tickets are now on sale for the fifth annual #StayHungry Purple Tailgate hosted by Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, which will be held before the Ravens host the Texans for “Monday Night Football” on Nov. 27. The #StayHungry tailgate will be held at the Purple Tailgate Zone, 152 W. Ostend St. (at the corner of West Ostend and Leadenhall streets), from 3:30-8 p.m. Last year’s ... read more

Registration underway for Oct. 28 KidsPeace Trick-of-Trot 5K and one-mile walk at Camden Yards

Registration is now underway for the Oct. 28 KidsPeace Trick-of-Treat 5K and one-mile walk at Camden Yards. The Halloween-themed event, held in partnership with the Baltimore Orioles and hosted by Angela and Buck Showalter, benefits KidsPeace Foster Care and Community Programs of Maryland, including its KidsPeace Empowering Youth to Succeed life skills program for young people preparing for independence. The run and walk events take ... read more

Zach Wilt: Looking at the Orioles’ window to win

I used to be a firm believer in the “window to win” methodology in baseball. Not familiar with the “window to win?” I can explain. The Orioles are a small market team that will never have the payroll to compete in the free agent market with the Dodgers, Red Sox, Cubs or Yankees. That means that they have to acquire quality young talent with a ... read more