Trick-or-Trot 5K/1 Mile Walk coming to Camden Yards on Oct. 31

With the season over, it's time to turn your attention to some spooktacular fun for a good cause. On Saturday, Oct. 31 - yes, Halloween! - Camden Yards will be the site of the sixth annual KidsPeace Trick-or-Trot 5K/1-Mile Walk hosted by Orioles manager Buck Showalter and his wife Angela. The course begins and ends on the same field where the Orioles play, and runs ... read more

There's still time to win big with Maryland Lottery's Baseball Bucks ticket

While the regular season has wrapped up, there are still plenty of opportunities for you to hit it big with the Maryland Lottery! The $5 Baseball Bucks scratch-off still has one $50,000 top-prize and many other prizes between $10 and $5,000 remaining. Will you be the next big winner? You can purchase your Baseball Bucks ticket at local Lottery retailers. For more information, visit ... read more

Matthew Taylor: Comparing this year's Orioles with franchise greats

The 2015 season has been a disappointing one for the Orioles. However, multiple players have posted impressive totals that rank with some of the greatest individual efforts in franchise history. Here's a look at those efforts and the O's greats they bring to mind. Young and mighty: Manny Machado and Boog Powell Manny Machado has had a stellar season at the plate. On Thursday, he ... read more

Opposite dugout: Final series vs. O's stands between Yankees and wild card game

Manager: Joe Girardi (8th season) Record: 87-72 Last 10 games: 5-5 Who to watch: RF Carlos Beltran (.273/.333/.470 with 19 HR, 66 RBIs), SS Didi Gregorius (.263 with 54 RBIs), CF Jacoby Ellsbury (.261 with 33 RBIs), 1B Greg Bird (.255 with 11 HR, 30 RBIs), RHP Michael Pineda (12-9, 4.24 ERA), RHP Dellin Betances (29 holds, 1.41 ERA), LHP Andrew Miller (36 saves, 1.91 ... read more

Zach Wilt: Motivation for the offseason

Champagne was popped last night at Camden Yards as the stadium hosted an American League East champion celebration for the second consecutive season. This year, however, it was a bit different from 2014's festivities. It was the visiting clubhouse that was covered in plastic and the modest home crowd contained just a few thousand unenthused fans as the Toronto Blue Jays won their first division ... read more

MASN cameraman becomes first "American Ninja Warrior"

Before sitting down to write this article, I worked out a little bit, laboring through a run before realizing that it takes every ounce of my strength to do a single push-up. But anyway, moving on to talk about "American Ninja Warrior," if you're unfamiliar with the show's premise, people compete in an extremely vigorous obstacle course that requires tons of strength, endurance and agility. ... read more

Domenic Vadala: Heading into the offseason

Every year at the end of the season (postseason or not), I feel as if a blindfold has been removed from my head. Make no mistake about the fact that baseball season is and always will be No. 1 in my heart. However, from the time when hope springs eternal in March until the end, that's really all I'm able to see and hear. I ... read more

Matt Kremnitzer: O's need to put right pieces around Machado

Going into next year and beyond, there's a lot to be worried about when it comes to the Orioles. There are plenty of question marks: Which players will return? Who will leave for other teams? Will the farm system improve? Will the Orioles rectify their player development issues? How long do Dan Duquette and/or Buck Showalter stick around? At the same time, though, the Orioles ... read more