Orioles announce 2019 spring training opening day plans

The Orioles have announced plans for Opening Day of the 2019 Spring Training season on Saturday, February 23, when the Orioles host the Minnesota Twins at 1:05 p.m. ET at Ed Smith Stadium. The game launches an historic season in which the Orioles will reach the milestone of one million fans attending Orioles Spring Training games in Sarasota. Within the first three games, the Orioles

Orioles announce spring training broadcast schedule

The Orioles today announced that seven Spring Training games will be broadcast on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), 13 games will be available on the Orioles Radio Network and flagship station 105.7 The Fan, and 16 of the remaining 17 games will be carried live via audio-only streaming exclusively on Orioles.com and MLB At Bat. MASNsports.com reporter Steve Melewski will serve as play-by-play broadcaster for

MASN announces seven-game spring training Orioles schedule

MASN, the television home of the Baltimore Orioles, will broadcast seven Orioles spring training games during the 2019 Grapefruit League campaign. All games will appear on MASN, beginning with the Orioles’ home opener on Feb. 23 against the Minnesota Twins in Sarasota, Fla. The network’s spring training coverage includes six more games from Ed Smith Stadium, the team’s year-round Florida home: March 3 against the

Nationals and Entercom announce 2019 spring training radio broadcast schedule and new radio show on 106.7 The Fan

Single game tickets are on sale now for the third season of Nationals Spring Training at FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches! For fans who are unable to make the trip to West Palm Beach, Entercom station 106.7 The Fan (WJFK-FM) in Washington D.C., the flagship station of the Washington Nationals, will broadcast a total of eight Nationals Spring Training matchups. The radio broadcast schedule

Nationals announce 2019 non-roster invitees

The Washington Nationals announced their non-roster invitees to 2019 Spring Training on Tuesday. Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo made the announcement. Invited to camp were right-handers Henderson Álvarez, Aaron Barrett, Scott Copeland, Wil Crowe, J.J. Hoover and Ronald Peña; left-hander Vidal Nuño; catchers Tres Barrera and Taylor Gushue; infielders Luis Garcia, Carter Kieboom, José Marmolejos, Jake Noll, Matt Reynolds, Brandon

Nationals re-sign Jeremy Hellickson

The Washington Nationals agreed to terms on a one-year contract with right-handed pitcher Jeremy Hellickson and designated Trevor Gott for assignment on Friday. Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo made the announcements. Hellickson, 31, returns to Washington after going 5-3 with a 3.45 ERA in 19 starts for the Nationals in 2018. He recorded a career-best WHIP (1.073), and issued just

Orioles name minor league managers, coaches and staff

Kent Quall enters his seventh season with the Orioles as Director of Minor League Operations. Maria Arellano enters her 14 th season with the Orioles, and fifth as Manager, Minor League & International Administration. Chris Holt enters his first year as Minor League Pitching Coordinator with the Orioles. He previously served as the Assistant Pitching Coordinator with the Houston Astros during the 2018 season, and

Statement from Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson on the passing of former Orioles teammate Frank Robinson

“Today is a very sad day because I lost not only my teammate, but also a very dear friend. I loved Frank and got to know him so much better after we both retired. I spoke to him a few days ago and he sounded good. He wanted to be home. I let him know that Connie and I were pulling for him, and that