Author | Luke Jones

Jones defends Markakis’ strong words about Orioles departure

Jones defends Markakis’ strong words about Orioles departure

February 26, 2015 | Luke Jones

The Orioles center fielder said Dan Duquette should have been more upfront about his reasons for letting Markakis depart.

Seven takeaways from “State of the Ravens” press conference

Seven takeaways from “State of the Ravens” press conference

February 25, 2015 | Luke Jones

The Ravens’ brass met with reporters Tuesday to review the 2014 season and look ahead at the offseason priorities for 2015. Below are seven takeaways from what was discussed: 1. The Ravens made it clear they’re more than willing to walk away from wide receiver Torrey Smith. You got the sense from general manager Ozzie [...]

Cabrera offers different skill set to second base mix

Cabrera offers different skill set to second base mix

February 25, 2015 | Luke Jones

The former San Diego infielder has resolved his legal issues stemming from a resisting arrest charge last fall.

Ravens release veteran return specialist Jacoby Jones

Ravens release veteran return specialist Jacoby Jones

February 25, 2015 | Luke Jones

The veteran was the first player to be cut to save room on the 2015 salary cap.

New Orioles outfielder Snider not concerned with filling Markakis’ shoes

New Orioles outfielder Snider not concerned with filling Markakis’ shoes

February 24, 2015 | Luke Jones

The Orioles hope the 27-year-old’s strong second half in 2014 was a sign of him finally realizing his once-great potential.

Luke Jones

Luke Jones is the Baltimore Ravens and Orioles beat reporter for WNST.net and is a PFWA member. His mind is filled with useless sports knowledge and movie quotes, yet he rarely remembers where he put his car keys. Luke's favorite sports memories include attending the Ravens' Super Bowl XXXV victory parade in the pouring rain and watching the Terps advance to the Final Four at the Carrier Dome in 2002, making snow-heavy Syracuse bearable for one day. Follow him on Twitter (@BaltimoreLuke) in addition to reading his contributions at WNST.net.