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AL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
99-63 5-5 L2
92-70 7-3 W1
86-76 2-8 L5
83-79 4-6 L1
78-84 6-4 W3

Top Orioles News

  • Orioles' Kyle Gibson: Signs with Orioles

    Gibson signed a one-year deal with the Orioles on Saturday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Gibson has been eating innings at the big-league level for a full decade, but how much remains in the tank ahead of his age-35 season is unclear. His 5.05 ERA last season means he's finished above 5.00 in that category in two of the last three seasons, though he did post a 3.71 ERA in 2021 and hasn't seen a big drop in velocity. His 20.1 percent strikeout rate in 2022 was below average as usual, though allowing plenty of contact isn't quite as dangerous as it used to be in Baltimore now that the left-field fence has been pushed back. The veteran righty should have a good shot at a spot near the back of the Orioles' rotation to open the year, but his age means the bottom could fall out at any time without much warning.

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  • Orioles' Daz Cameron: Loses spot on 40-man roster

    Cameron cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk on Friday.

    Cameron was claimed off waivers by the Orioles in November but won't retain his spot on the 40-man roster. The 25-year-old appeared in 25 games for Detroit last season but spent most of the campaign at the Triple-A level, where he had a .240/.312/.392 slash line in 98 contests.

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  • Orioles' Franchy Cordero: Inks deal with Baltimore

    Cordero agreed to a split contract with the Orioles on Friday, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports.

    The Red Sox opted not to tender Cordero a contract for 2023, but he'll remain in the AL East. The 28-year-old appeared in 84 games last season and had a .219/.300/.397 slash line with eight home runs, 29 RBI and four stolen bases. With the split contract he'll make $1.35 million if in the majors and $450,000 in the minors.

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  • Orioles' Lewin Diaz: Claimed by O's

    Diaz was claimed off waivers by the Orioles on Friday, Craig Mish of SportsGrid.com reports.

    After spending slightly more than one week in the Pirates organization, Diaz will now ship out to Baltimore. The 26-year-old first baseman has struggled mightily during his big-league career, slashing .181/.227/.340 over 343 career plate appearances. However, Diaz is out of minor-league options so he could still make the Orioles' major-league roster, unless the team decides to press their luck and pass him through waivers once again.

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  • Orioles' Seth Johnson: Eyeing late-season return

    Johnson (elbow) said Tuesday that he will start his throwing program in mid-January with the goal of pitching in rehab games in the minors in August, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. "Pretty much I can do everything except for actually throwing a baseball or throwing medicine balls. As far as upper-body lifts, I'm pretty much cleared for all that stuff," Johnson said. "I'm hoping to be able to pitch by next August, maybe in some Complex League games."

    The Orioles acquired Johnson in a three-way trade-deadline deal with the Rays and Astros on Aug. 1, even though Baltimore had the knowledge that the right-hander was scheduled to undergo Tommy John surgery just two days later. Baltimore might have seen the impending procedure as an advantageous time to buy low on the 24-year-old, who impressed with a 3.00 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 41:11 K:BB in 27 innings over his seven starts at High-A Bowling Green in Tampa Bay's organization this past season before injuring his elbow. Johnson, who was added to the Orioles' 40-man roster earlier this month, appears to have thus far responded well to surgery, but he'll still spend most of the 2023 campaign in rehab mode. Even a small setback during his throwing program would likely prompt the Orioles to shut him down for the 2023 season with the hope of having him at 100 percent for spring training in 2024.

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  • Orioles' Mark Kolozsvary: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Kolozsvary was outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.

    Kolozsvary was claimed off waivers by the Orioles in mid-October, but he'll now lose his spot on the 40-man roster. It's still possible that he serves as a non-roster invitee at spring training.

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  • Orioles' Noah Denoyer: Protected from Rule 5 draft

    Denoyer was added to the Orioles' 40-man roster Tuesday.

    Denoyer is pretty interesting in that he primarily worked as a reliever last year but still built up to 71.2 innings across 21 appearances. The 6-foot-5 righty primarily worked at Double-A, where he logged a 2.61 ERA, 0.79 WHIP and 69 strikeouts in 51.2 innings. Baltimore could stretch him out further this season at Triple-A before a potential MLB debut.

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  • Orioles' Seth Johnson: Added to 40-man roster

    Johnson (elbow) was added to the Orioles' 40-man roster Tuesday.

    It's a testament to Johnson's stuff that the Orioles not only traded for him at the deadline in the three-team trade that sent Trey Mancini to Houston and Jose Siri to Tampa Bay while knowing he needed Tommy John surgery, but they will protect him from the Rule 5 draft while he recovers despite the fact he has never pitched above High-A. Given the timing of the surgery and Johnson's lack upper-level work, it will be a small margin of error for him to make it as a big-league starter, but he could be a devastating reliever if his stuff returns to pre-injury form.

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  • Orioles' Drew Rom: Added to 40-man roster

    Rom was added to the Orioles' 40-man roster Tuesday.

    One of Baltimore's top lefty pitching prospects, Rom missed plenty of bats last year at Double-A and Triple-A (144 strikeouts in 120 innings), but he also had a 1.48 WHIP. More development is needed before he can be expected to have sustained success against big-league hitters, but he could make his big-league debut sometime in 2023.

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  • Orioles' Joseph Ortiz: Protected from Rule 5 draft

    Ortiz was added to the Orioles' 40-man roster Tuesday.

    Few minor leaguers were more productive than Ortiz in the final three months of last season. He hit .351/.416/.625 with 17 home runs and seven steals in 74 games from July through September across stops at Double-A and Triple-A. Ortiz also grades out as a quality defensive shortstop, which makes him one of the game's most underrated prospects.

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  • Orioles' Grayson Rodriguez: Shielded from Rule 5 draft

    Rodriguez was added to the Orioles' 40-man roster Tuesday.

    As arguably the top pitching prospect in the game, this was a forgone conclusion, as it protects Rodriguez from the Rule 5 draft. A Grade 2 lat strain prevented Rodriguez from making his big-league debut last season, but he has essentially nothing left to prove in the minors. The Orioles will have to manage his innings in 2023, as he totaled 75.2 innings last season and is the most promising pitcher in the organization.

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  • Orioles' Yusniel Diaz: Loses spot on 40-man roster

    Diaz cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.

    The 26-year-old received his first taste of the majors in 2022 but appeared in only one game as a pinch hitter. Diaz had a .252/.350/.362 slash line with six home runs, 34 RBI and nine steals in 70 games at Triple-A Norfolk.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Avg R HR ERA
Team .236
(20th)
674
(20th)
171
(15th)
3.97
(17th)

Injuries

Player Injury
R. Urias 3B Ramon Urias 3B Knee
J. Means SP John Means SP Elbow
T. Wells SP Tyler Wells SP Shoulder
D. Rom P Drew Rom P Undisclosed