Zach Wilt: Final thoughts on Orioles' 2014 campaign

How could I possibly be disappointed in the Orioles' season? Ninety-six regular season wins, an American League East title for the first time since 1997 and a trip to the American League Championship Series. Oh, and the Orioles accomplished all of those feats without Matt Wieters, Manny Machado and even Chris Davis at the end of the season. If you told me way back when ... read more

Operation October: All or nothing

KANSAS CITY - Good morning from a very sunny Kauffman Stadium. Olivia and Lindsay here with you for this win-or-go-home Game 4. Wherever you are watching the game today, it's time for you to back your Birds! If you're not at The K, we're bringing the ballpark to you through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (masnOrioles). So be sure to follow along for behind-the-scenes looks. ... read more

Daniel Clark: The good and bad of the ALCS

After three games of the American League Championship Series, there's been a number of key things that haven't gone according to plan for the Orioles, who trail the series 3-0 and require four straight wins in order to progress to their first World Series since 1983. In light of these disappointing results, let's explore the good and bad of the series thus far... The Good ... read more

Operation October: Sunny skies for Game 3 in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY - It's true: The sun is out and shining for Game 3 of the American League Championship Series! After the postponement due to rain yesterday, we - Lindsay and Olivia - are back with you for Game 3 of the ALCS, which starts at 8 p.m. Eastern time. We're about ready to head to the ballpark on this beautiful but windy afternoon. If ... read more

Matt Kremnitzer: Looking ahead to Game 3 of ALCS

Thanks to a heavy dose of rain, Game 3 of the American League Championship Series was postponed last night. So the series will get back up and running tonight. There are a number of ways the Orioles could get back in this series; they certainly have not played their best. And even though Kansas City leads two games to none, the O's could have pilfered ... read more

Operation October: From Camden Yards to Kauffman Stadium

KANSAS CITY - Rain, rain, go away! It's raining here, which seems to be sort of a theme during this American League Championship Series. The chance of rain during the start time tonight is 100 percent, but we'll see if we can get in Game 3 tonight. (So you're saying there's a chance...) The rain, clouds and gloominess in Kansas City today.— Steve Melewski ... read more

Camden Yards welcomes Citizen Cope

The American League Championship Series brought a lot of excitement to Baltimore over the weekend. Building on this excitement, the Orioles welcomed Clarence Greenwood, better known as Citizen Cope, to the ballpark to belt the national anthem in front of a sellout crowd of 46,912 fans in attendance. Citizen Cope has received a number of accolades over the past 10 years of his career, including ... read more

Andrew Stetka: Probability suggests tide will eventually tilt O's way in ALCS

While the doom and gloom set in, and the dirt continues to be piled on the Orioles as the American League Championship Series shifts to Kansas City, a lot of reason and sense goes out the window. The chances of the O's coming from behind to advance to the World Series for the first time since 1983 have dropped drastically since the start of the ... read more