Orioles Nation is looking for writers; read on for details and how to apply.
If you follow the team on Twitter you’re getting much more than just links to posts on the site. Our writers are always on top of the Orioles/news scene, and you’ll get a glimpse at the kind of people that write what you read every day.
While I try to make Orioles Nation as easy as possible to navigate, I wanted to ensure that readers were fully aware of all of the content the ON offers.
We’ve updated all of our player profiles here at Orioles Nation. Here’s a list of what the update includes.
After five months of work, Orioles Nation is proud to announce the addition of a new section the site: the Library.
There’s been a ton of intelligent discussion going on in our forums over the past few days, most notably in our Orioles forum. If you’re looking for a place to talk baseball during off-season be sure to register and join in!
Something that readers have suggested a number of times was for us to explain baseball terms. Whether they are statistical terms, scouting terms, or baseball rules, Orioles Nation would like to make understanding baseball easier for you.
We now have player profiles for 141 players out of 222 players in the system.
Send us your questions and Dan, Don, or I will answer them in a future mailbag column.
Over the last year Orioles Nation has grown from a site covering strictly prospects (OriolesProspects.com) into an all access Orioles website covering the O’s from the Gulf Coast League to Baltimore. As we’ve had such a steep growth curve over the last year I thought I’d share a few ways readers stay connected with the community.