Buster talks to new SNB PxP man Matt Vasgersian about his history in the sport, joining the SNB crew and more (6:32). Plus, Jessica Mendoza on the Astros' athleticism, Alex Cobb and more (28:32) and Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" 39:03).
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Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
After adjusting my Alex Cobb projection, I've moved him up just two spots, from SP74 to SP72. It's a ballpark downgrade for him, and while he's a ground baller, the Orioles' infield isn't really that much better defensively than the Rays' was in 2017.
Buster & Boog Sciambi discuss Alex Cobb's deal with Baltimore, Shohei Ohtani's progress and more (5:10). Plus, Keith Law on the Cobb deal and Ronald Acuna (23:01) and Paul Hembekides on the Yankees' takeover (43:36).
They're among MLB's biggest stars, but they might be even better than the experts think. Here are nine players ranked too low, or too high, this year.
Baltimore's rotation had to be shored up and the former Rays hurler has experience in baseball's toughest division. But how far will it take the O's?
Coming off a career year, Alex Cobb has agreed to a four-year deal with the Orioles, the team announced Wednesday. The deal reportedly is worth nearly $60 million.
Before catching up with David Ortiz (30:07), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss the Jorge Polanco suspension, Jose Altuve's new deal and much more (6:57). Plus, the latest installment of Todd Radom's uniform trivia (41:16).
Getting ready for his last season in Baltimore before free agency, the Orioles star is taking on multiple challenges -- a switch back to his old position, and a new focus on his future.
Aaron Judge suggested Orioles shortstop Manny Machado would look nice in Yankee pinstripes, earning him a warning on tampering. Machado says it was no big deal, though: 'Everyone always jokes' about those things.
Orioles designated hitter Mark Trumbo will miss at least 3-4 weeks with a quad strain, according to manager Buck Showalter.
Aaron Judge already has one new superstar teammate in Giancarlo Stanton. Now he's attempting to woo Orioles shortstop and future free agent Manny Machado to the Yankees, to the chagrin of Major League Baseball.
Right-hander Dylan Bundy has agreed to a $1.64 million, one-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles, the same as his salary last year.
A loaded upcoming free-agent class coupled with rebuilds in need of a boost mean a July filled with blockbuster trades is on the way. But there's no need to wait until summer for the fun to begin. We identify the biggest names who could be dealt.
The Orioles are trying to attract more children to games by offering free tickets to kids age 9 and younger.
Graphic artist Todd Radom asks his first uniform and logo trivia question of the 2018 season. This one has to do with colorful World Series uniforms. Can you get it right?
The super-agent's clients -- most notably Mike Moustakas -- were among those who lost big in the free-agent market this winter.
Three weeks from Opening Day, a trio of impact starters remain available. We go rotation by rotation to see which staffs could most use a boost.
Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer
Manny Machado's move to shortstop doesn't seem to be hurting his offense. Quite the opposite. A career .237 hitter in spring training, Machado is 10-for-18 (.556) with five extra-base hits. Says Orioles skipper Buck Showalter: "He's really engaged in the challenge."
Mike Trout has been the single most valuable player through 2017, but looking ahead all the way to 2022, there's a crowded field of rivals to claim his crown.
Former Baltimore pitcher Sammy Stewart, who helped the Orioles win the 1983 World Series before falling into a life of crack cocaine addiction and arrests, has died at 63.
While Orioles first baseman Chris Davis will be sidelined three to five days, an MRI on his right elbow and forearm Saturday revealed no structural damage. Davis is looking to rebound after struggling at the plate in 2017.
The Baltimore Orioles and infielder Danny Valencia have agreed on a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.
From the Cubs' ace not enough people notice to the AL's answer to Nolan Arenado, these under-the-radar guys help teams win.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Yankees third baseman Miguel Andújar tells me that he loves learning by watching videos of Manny Machado and Nolan Arenado. His idol is the great Adrián Beltré and he's always had great admiration for Alex Rodríguez.