Baltimore Orioles stories in the SI Vault
An Ideal Team In Harm's Way By William Leggett, October 06, 1969The Orioles, deep in pitching and strong up the middle, are throwbacks to classic Yankee teams. But the Twins' Harmon Killebrew, finishing an awesome year, has his own heroic thoughts.
Eddie Is A Handy DandyBy Steve Wulf, June 21, 1982Eddie Murray has a special touch with the bat and glove, even if his necklace says he is 'Just Regular.'
Biggest Bird In The Bushes By Steve Wulf, August 15, 1983Baltimore's Jim Palmer went to Hagerstown to begin his comeback from an arm ailment.
O You Beautiful Birds By Steve Wulf, June 19, 1989A year after setting a record for futility, the Orioles are sitting pretty in the AL East.
A Native Son's ThoughtsBy Richard Ben Cramer, September 11, 1995A Native Son's Thoughts (Many of Them Heretical) About Baltimore (Which Isn't What It Used to Be), Baseball (Which Isn't What It Used to Be) and the Steadfast Perfection of Cal Ripken Jr. (Which Is Ever Unchanging, Fairly Complicated and Truly Something to Behold).
Earl Weaver: A Mind for the GameBy Tom Verducci, July 13, 2009Before laptops, spreadsheets and VORP, the wizard of Baltimore was winning pennants by following his own internal baseball calculus.