Lance Rinker is the co-owner of Orioles Nation and is a professional journalist in the digital and print medium. He has also enjoyed success as a radio talk show host and producer. His work has been published in magazines, newspapers, and a multitude of digital platforms. His work has also been referenced and linked to at ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Huffington Post, Yahoo, and others.
He is currently the Dallas correspondent for Yahoo Sports Radio, covering the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, and Dallas Stars.
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Orioles prospect Mike Wright hit a rough patch with Norfolk this season, but has turned it around in August – putting up a 0.94 ERA in four starts.
Nick Markakis continues to move up the list in certain categories as an Oriole. He’s top 10 in nearly a dozen categories. If this is his last season in an Orioles uniform, where does he rank all-time?
The Baltimore Orioles may be looking to dip their toes in the Cuban talent pool once again. Rusney Castillo, an outfielder who compares closely to Brett Gardner with a bit more power according to scouts, is in the process of arranging a private workout with the Orioles after his impressive showcase on Saturday.
The Baltimore Orioles will need to make some moves to strengthen the team for a playoff run. The problem is that they lack the top-tier prospects to acquire the big fish. What type of players do they have the pieces to trade for?
The average OPS (On-base plus slugging) in baseball, through June 21, is .708 but the average OPS in the American League is .714 and it’s just .701 in the National League. Why this is important is because it gives us a measure of the overall quality of hitters in each league, including the state of offensive talent across baseball (somewhat).
Caleb Joseph has been described as a great defensive catcher by broadcasters, local beat writers and fans alike. But is he really a great defensive catcher?
The Baltimore Orioles gave away three draft picks from the 2014 MLB Draft. Could they wind up regretting giving away one of those three picks?