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MASN fans show off best Orioles-themed Halloween costumes

Happy Halloween, Birdland! Over this Halloweekend, we asked you to submit your best Orioles-themed costumes to us for chances to win O’s prize packs. And the submissions were a treat! We loved seeing fans’ pictures flood our timelines, with Manny Machado being the most popular choice! Check out some of our favorite submissions below. @masnOrioles Just when I’m missing the #orioles @KevinGausman shows up to

“Orioles Classic” rewind: Walk-off heroes and a seven-homer barrage

The Orioles’ season ended in Toronto almost a month ago. The World Series could be over as soon as tomorrow night in Cleveland. The baseball offseason is looming, like some cruel trick played on an unsuspecting Halloween reveler. Is it time for pitchers and catchers to report yet? But we’ve got a treat for you. Well, several of them, actually. This week starts a new

Camden Yards ranked top ballpark experience by Stadium Journey

Folks, we’ve got a three-peat. Declare it a dynasty. The staff at the popular sports website Stadium Journey recently released their rankings of the top 30 ballpark experiences in Major League Baseball. And for the third consecutive year, Oriole Park at Camden Yards has earned the top spot. Boog’s pit beef sandwiches and Natty Bohs for everyone! Like any poll, Stadium Journey’s rankings are subjective

Join Adam Jones at fourth annual #StayHungry Purple Tailgate on Nov. 6

You know Orioles center fielder Adam Jones loves Baltimore. You know Jones loves to eat, and you know Jones loves the Ravens. And you know Jones has a soft spot for the Boys & Girls Club of Baltimore, for which he’s raised more than $30,000 over the past three years with a unique football-themed tailgate. Throw them all together and you’ve got the the fourth

Adam Jones joining “Uncle Grandpa” lineup on Cartoon Network

The offseason is here, and it’s time for the Orioles to rest their bodies and prepare for next season. Unless, of course, you’re Adam Jones. There are new restaurants to be conquered, tweets to be tweeted and obligations on the winter banquet circuit. A cartoon version of the Orioles center fielder will be busy, too. He will join other major leaguers on a World Series-themed

Tickets still available for Brady Anderson’s Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame induction

There’s still time to purchase tickets for former Orioles outfielder Brady Anderson’s induction into the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame. Anderson, a native of Silver Spring who played in orange and black during 14 of his 15 major league seasons, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Thursday, Nov. 3 during ceremonies at Michael’s Eighth Avenue, 7220 Greyburn Drive in Glen Burnie.

Fans can participate in annual Trick-or-Trot 5K on Oct. 29

Break out those costumes, Orioles fans. And be sure to remember your running shoes, too. On Saturday, Oct. 29, the Baltimore Orioles, including manager Buck Showalter and wife Angela, and OriolesREACH are teaming up with KidsPeace to host a Halloween-themed race at the Trick-or-Trot 5K/1-Mile Walk, which starts and ends at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Now in its seventh year, the Trick-or-Trot benefits children

Blue Jays fan praises Adam Jones for inspiring social change

Beyond the sting of the Orioles’ loss at Rogers Centre, O’s fans were angered at an on-field incident that put left fielder Hyun Soo Kim in danger while fielding a fly ball. A fan in attendance threw a full beer at the outfielder, which led to All-Star center fielder Adam Jones exchanging choice words in defense of his teammate. “First and foremost that’s about as

Opposite dugout: Jays enter playoffs with raucous home crowd behind them

Manager: John Gibbons (9th season) Record: 89-73 Last 10 games: 6-4 Who to watch: DH Edwin Encarnacion (.263 average with 42 HR, 127 RBIs); 3B Josh Donaldson (.284 average with 37 HR, 99 RBIs); CF Kevin Pillar (.266 average with 146 hits); RHP Marcus Stroman (9-10, 4.37 ERA); RHP Roberto Osuna (2.68 ERA, 36 saves) Season series vs. Orioles: 10-9 Pitching matchup: Oct. 4: RHP

Ryan Romano: Looking ahead to three Orioles and free agency

Where do the Orioles go from here? Hopefully, pretty far into the playoffs. After a wild card-clinching victory in game 162, the Orioles will face the Blue Jays tonight at 8 p.m. But that’s not what I refer to when I pose that question. Rather, I want to focus on what comes after the playoffs: the free agent market. For the second consecutive offseason, multiple

OriolesREACH providing donations for every stream/download of “Don’t Miss the Magic”

Inspiration comes in many forms. It came in the form of Hyun Soo Kim’s bat in the ninth inning last Wednesday in Toronto, which lifted the Orioles to a 3-2 comeback win over the Blue Jays. It came in the form of Kevin Gausman’s right arm on Sunday, as the young pitcher brilliantly shut down the Yankees in a 5-2 win in the Bronx. And

“Don’t Miss the Magic” providing inspiration for those battling disease

UPDATE: The Orioles have extended the charitable component from “Don’t Miss the Magic” to run through the end of the post season. Every online stream, download, and share will will be accompanied by a $5 donation by the Orioles Charitable Foundation to Shannon’s Fund. LISTEN HERE: Don’t Miss the Magic (Soundcloud) We’re still a few weeks away from the end of the regular season. Orioles

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