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Tony La Russa: Adam Jones Wrong In Saying MLB Is A 'White Man's Sport'
Tony La Russa recognizes there are issues that affect the black community in the United States, but disagrees with Adam Jones, who said Major League Baseball is a "white man's sport."
Orioles Flirting With All-Time Home Run Mark For Team
With an average of 1.59 home runs per game, the Orioles would finish 2016 with 258 home runs.
Adam Jones: No Anthem Protests Because MLB Is 'White Man's Sport'
Adam Jones thinks he knows why Major League Baseball players have been absent from the growing chorus of athletes who have publicly spoken out about problems they may see in the United States.
Orioles Sign Tommy Hunter
Tommy Hunter played for Baltimore from 2011-15, going 21-20 with a 4.22 ERA.
Zach Britton Allows First Earned Run In 43 Appearances
Zach Britton's remarkable streak of 43 consecutive games without allowing an earned run ended on Wednesday night against the Nationals.
Shoulder Inflammation Sends Chris Tillman To DL
Jays Option Aaron Sanchez To Class-A To Limit Innings
Astros Recall Yulieski Gurriel To DH
Manny Machado Hits Three HRs In Three Innings
O's Acquire Wade Miley From M's For Pitching Prospect

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Orioles Analysis

Halfway To Home: Midseason Meanderings On AL Contenders

by John Watson

With a few more teams being little more than a sweep of a fellow Wild Card wannabe away from a playoff spot, there's more intrigue in the standings in the AL (eight teams fighting for two spots!!!), even if it means less excitement in the form of bodies on the block before the trade deadline.

Sweet Dingers, Sweet Relief: On the Orioles' Success

by John Watson

Baltimore's uptick in OBP means those dingers count for more a lot of the time and it's paying dividends for the Orioles' offense and giving them the runs they need to stay in and win games when their rotation needs help.

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