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See the O’s in Sarasota

The Orioles released their 2011 spring training schedule today for what will be their second year now in Sarasota, Fla., but their first in the newly renovated Ed Smith Stadium. You can take a behind the scenes tour, led by Vice President of Planning and Development Janet Marie Smith, to get a look at some of the changes you can expect to see at the

The World Series of Costumes

On one hand, the regular season feels like it ended ages ago; and on the other, it feels like October baseball has flown by...which has it felt like for you? But in the meantime, if you have kids, you’re also probably gearing up for another reason to sport the orange and black - Halloween. And this year, Major League Baseball is helping you combine two

Vote for Matusz and Jones

It’s that time of the year in baseball when the nominations - and eventually awards - start flowing, and two more Orioles could use your help in the voting. Brian Matusz and Adam Jones are each up for a 2010 This Year in Baseball Award. Matusz is up for the XFactor Player of the Year for going 7-1 with a 2.18 ERA over his final

Gary Thorne named play-by-play announcer for international broadcasts of ALCS and WS

The O’s may not be battling their way through postseason play this October, but for O’s fans abroad this time of year, the voice of the postseason might start to feel familiar. Gary Thorne, your very own O’s play-by-play announcer on MASN, was recently given the same role to play in the international broadcasts of the 2010 ALCS and World Series. Starting today, Thorne will

Vote for Luuuuke!

Today is your last chance to cast your vote for Luke Scott for the Hank Aaron Award, which is given annually to the top offensive player in each league. This year, fan votes will be counted alongside the votes from a panel of Hall of Famers hand-selected by Hank Aaron himself. So toss your vote in with Tony Gwynn, Harmon Killebrew, Paul Molitor, Willie McCovey,

Aramark appears to be out at Oriole Park

Aramark has served as the Orioles’ food vendor since Camden Yards opened in 1992, and they’ve popped up in the news and here in the Orioles Buzz a handful of times in the last year or two. But heading into the 2011 season, the Orioles have decided to part ways with their long-time concessions vendor. It wasn’t that long ago that the O’s announced the

Keep the O’s spirit alive in October

One day the O’s spirit will be alive in October during a playoff run that will have Baltimore buzzing. But for this year, Birdland will settle for a remarkably strong finish under new Orioles skipper Buck Showalter and the eternal hope of the offseason and eventually spring training. So if your O’s enthusiasm is still running high and you’re looking to ease the cold turkey

Too soon to look to Spring Training?

Here we are on the first day of the offseason, with today the first of many days without Orioles baseball. On one hand, it’s a bit of a relief to the players, coaches, managers, and front office members who have put in long hours over a long season. On the other hand, it won’t take more than a few days before things already start to

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