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Baltimore Orioles MLB Season
The Baltimore Orioles finished the 2016 MLB season with 89 wins and 73 losses. The Orioles finished third in the American League East behind the Toronto Blue Jays and division winner, Boston Red Sox. The Orioles lost to the Toronto Blue Jays in the Wild Card game and failed to advance in the MLB playoffs. The Orioles are looking to make it back to the MLB Playoffs in the 2017 MLB season.

About Baltimore Orioles
The Baltimore Orioles are based in Baltimore, MD. One of the American League's eight charter franchises when the league was established in 1901 with President Ban Johnson, this particular franchise spent its first year as a major league club in Milwaukee, WI as the Milwaukee Brewers before moving to St. Louis, MO to become the St. Louis Browns.

The franchise officially moved to Baltimore for the 1954 season and adopted the historic "Orioles" name in honor of the official state bird of Maryland. Nicknames for the team include the "O's" and the "Birds".

The Orioles experienced their greatest success from 1964 to 1983 and have won a total of nine division championships, three World Series championships, and five Most Valuable Player Awards (third baseman Brooks Robinson in 1964, outfielder Frank Robinson in 1966, first baseman Boog Powell in 1970, and shortstop Cal Ripken, Jr. in 1983 and 1991).

The Orioles are also well known for their successful stadium, the trend-setting Oriole Park at Camden Yards, which opened in 1992 in downtown Baltimore. CapitalCityTickets.com can connect you to some of the best selection of Baltimore Orioles tickets nationwide!

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Cubs To Sign Brian Duensing
       
The Cubs have agreed to a one-year, $2MM deal with free agent lefty Brian Duensing, according to Jon Heyman of Fan Rag (Twitter links).
       
Jones: Buck should have used Britton in WC Game
       
Perhaps because Adam Jones considers Buck Showalter one of his best friends in baseball, the Orioles' center fielder felt he could be candid about the manager's much-scrutinized decision not to deploy Zach Britton in the American League Wild Card Game against the Blue Jays this past October.
       
Orioles non-tender Vance Worley - School of Roch
       
Though Vance Worley is valued for his contributions in a variety of roles, he won't be tendered a contract for the 2017 season. The Orioles decided to non-tender Worley, a much-anticipated move given his projected bump in salary and Wednesday's acquisition of pitcher Logan Verrett from the Mets. Infielder Ryan ... Read More
       
O's non-tender Worley; 9 arb-eligibles tendered
       
The Orioles did not offer Vance Worley a contract for next year, making the right-hander a free agent in advance of Friday's non-tender deadline.
       
Orioles claim outfielder Adam Walker off waivers - School of Roch
       
The Orioles exhibited their love of power again today, claiming minor league corner outfielder Adam Walker off waivers from the Brewers. Lots of power and contact issues. Walker, a 25-year-old right-handed hitter, led the minors this year with 202 strikeouts in 531 plate appearances with Triple-A Rochester in the Twins ... Read More
       
Orioles Claim Adam Walker From Brewers
       
The Orioles announced today that they’ve claimed outfielder Adam Walker off waivers from the Brewers. Milwaukee claimed Walker off waivers from the Twins two weeks ago but designated him for assignment last week when they claimed right-hander Steve Geltz from the Rays. The 25-year-old Walker fits a profile that has become somewhat of a trend in Baltimore, as he possesses enormous power but brings little defensive value to the table and strikes out in abundance. The former third-round pick has received 60 and 65 grades for his raw power (on the 20-80 scouting scale), and has homered 58 times across the past two minor league seasons. However, he punched out an incredible 202 times in 531 plate appearances at the Triple-A level this season (38 percent) and whiffed at a 34.8 percent clip at Double-A in 2015. He also lacks any true defensive position, as he’s played left field recently but is projected by most to ultimately function as a first baseman or DH if he ever breaks into the Maj...
       
The new CBA and how it could impact the Orioles - Steve Melewski
       
A few thoughts as more and more details emerge about the new five-year collective bargaining agreement in Major League Baseball. The All-Star Game: It will no longer decide home field advantage in the World Series. This was a terrible idea from the start and now the team with the best ... Read More
       
The CBA and Middle Market Teams Like the Orioles
       
With an expiring Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) this past week, Major League Baseball and its Players Association avoided any contentious controversy by agreeing to a new deal within hours of its deadline. The mid-90s labor strike in Major League Baseball is considerably in the rear view and we can once again look forward to five uninterrupted years of baseball, as the new terms hold through the 2021 season. The Orioles remain a clear cut mid-market team, though payroll has certainly expanded and even landed the organization in the top ten for Opening Day payrolls in 2016. Much of that rise to over $147 million was due to Chris Davis’ mammoth seven year guarantee at $23 million per. Still, cut that Angelos-driven contract out and the team would have sat 15th – again, middle of the market. So what impact will the new CBA have on baseball? How about on the Orioles, a team that spends heavier than the Oaklands and Tampa Bays of the world but won’t soon be matching off...
       
Orioles sign outfielder Logan Schafer (plus other notes) - School of Roch
       
The Orioles acquired a left-handed hitting outfielder today as the Winter Meetings approach, though it involves a minor league deal. The club announced that it signed Logan Schafer, 30, to a minor league contract. He's expected to receive an invitation to spring training. Schafer is a career .214/.292/.318 hitter in ... Read More
       
Notes on Logan Verrett, Roger McDowell and the CBA - Steve Melewski
       
The Orioles have acquired pitcher Logan Verrett again. They took the right-hander as one of two Rule 5 picks they added in December 2014. Verrett was selected from the Mets. He eventually made it back to New York and the O's added him in a deal yesterday from the Mets ... Read More

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