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Baltimore Orioles Season Recap

Tied for the worst record in baseball, the Baltimore Orioles did have a few bright spots. Let’s take a look at their 2021 season.

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MLB DFS for Monday, May 10

Our six-game slate at 6:35 pm ET has since been cut to five now that the San Diego Padres – Colorado Rockies game has been postponed. While that limits our choices a bit as there were a few solid values in that matchup, don’t fret.

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Baltimore Orioles 2021 Season Preview

The Baltimore Orioles avoided the basement last year by finishing 25-35, one game ahead of the Boston Red Sox. Let’s see if Baltimore can build on last season’s improvement.

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American League East Breakout Candidates 

B.J. Martin looks at one player on each American League East club that is poised for a 2020 breakout.

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Baltimore Orioles 2019 Season Recap

The Baltimore Orioles didn’t come into the season with delusions of grandeur. They knew they were at the beginning of a rebuild. While the season went pretty much as expected, they finished with the second-worst record, there are a few bright spots and things to build on. Let’s take a look at the 2019 Baltimore Orioles.

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Baltimore Orioles: Austin Hays could be here to stay

In a season filled with misery, Baltimore Orioles fans have been clamoring for a player or two to cling onto for the future. They may have found just that guy in Austin Hays, explains Matthew Pyne.

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Baltimore Orioles: Austin Hays could be here to stay

In a season filled with misery, Baltimore Orioles fans have been clamoring for a player or two to cling onto for the future. They may have found just that guy in Austin Hays, explains Matthew Pyne.

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Prospect Series: Baltimore Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles are coming off a terrible season, one of the worst in recent memory for any team, and while the club is still a way away from being competitive, the future is undoubtedly bright. As a franchise, the Orioles have only two contracts greater than $10 million on their payroll currently: Chris Davis and Mark Trumbo. As the team is moving into the next wave of future talent, team brass and fans alike should be excited for the future of the franchise. 

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