2015 Baltimore Orioles season
|2015 Baltimore Orioles|
|Major League affiliations|
|General manager(s)||Dan Duquette|
WJZ-TV (CBS 13)
(Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer, Mike Bordick, Jim Hunter)
Baltimore Orioles Radio Network
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The 2015 Baltimore Orioles season is the 115th season in franchise history, the 62nd in Baltimore, and the 24th at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. They will be attempting to defend their 2014 AL East title.
October 30: Alexi Casilla, Johan Santana, Andrew Miller, Kelly Johnson, Nelson Cruz, Joe Saunders, Nick Markakis, and Delmon Young entered free agency. Delmon Young would be the only one to re-sign with the team on January 9.
- Casilla signed with the Tampa Bay Rays
- Miller signed with the New York Yankees
- Cruz signed with the Seattle Mariners
- Markakis signed with the Atlanta Braves
- The Orioles sent Pat McCoy to the minors on December 8.
November 1: Nick Hundley entered free agency. He signed with the Mariners.
- The Rangers claimed Barnes off waivers on December 8
December 3: Signed Eddie Gamboa from free agency.
December 19: Signed Wesley Wright.
- The Orioles sent Lavarnway to the minors on January 16.
December 24: Signed Cesar Cabral to a minor league contract.
January 5 – 21: Signed 7 players (including J.P. Arencibia) to a minor league contract.
January 23: Received Hector Daniel Rodriguez from the Braves for cash.
January 27: Received Travis Snider from the Pittsburgh Pirates and gave them Stephen Tarpley and a player to be named. Also designated Mike Ohlman for assignment and signed 3 players to a minor league contract.
- The St. Louis Cardinals received Ohlman for cash on February 3.
February 2: Signed Julio Borbon to a minor league contract.
February 11–17: Signed four players (including Jayson Nix) to minor league contracts.
- The Oakland Athletics claimed Hassan off waivers on February 27.
- The team's April 29 home game against the White Sox became the first in MLB history to be played without a paying crowd, as safety concerns over the ongoing 2015 Baltimore riots led the team to play with the stadium closed to the public following two postponed games.
American League East
American League Wild Card
Record vs. Opponents
2015 AL Records
Source: AL Standings Head-to-Head
|Past Games Legend|
| Orioles Win
| Orioles Loss
| Game Postponed
| Clinched Playoff Spot
| Eliminated from Playoff Race |
|Bold denotes an Orioles pitcher|
|Future Games Legend|
| Home Game
|2015 Baltimore Orioles season Game log (23–28)|
Baltimore Orioles roster
|Active roster||Inactive roster||Coaches/Other|
60-day disabled list
25 active, 13 inactive
10px 7- or 15-day disabled list
- "MLB Transactions". MLB.com. MLB.com. Retrieved February 4, 2015.
- "2015 Baltimore Orioles Sortable Schedule". Baltimore Orioles.
- White Sox-Orioles game postponed – ESPN.com. Retrieved April 27, 2015.
- Encina, Eduardo. "Orioles postpone tonight's game against White Sox". baltimoresun.com. The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved April 28, 2015.
- Allen, Scott. "15 questions about the Orioles-White Sox game that no fans can attend". washingtonpost.com. Retrieved 29 April 2015.
- Encina, Eduardo. "O's to play game closed to public Wednesday, will relocate weekend series to Trop". baltimoresun.com. The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved April 28, 2015.
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