Baltimore Sun "Reliever Darren O’Day’s new backloaded, four-year, $31 million contract with the Orioles contains $4 million in deferred money and a no-trade clause that allows him to block deals to seven teams each year. According to an industry source, O’Day, 33, will make $5 million in 2016, $6 million in..." December 11
Source: Darren O'Day and Os have officially agreed to the deal. Four years $31 million. Pending physical but all else done
Sportsnet "Relief pitcher Darren O’Day has agreed to a four-year, $31 million contract with the Baltimore Orioles, according to multiple reports. " December 06
CBS Sports "Reliever Darren O'Day will likely remain in Baltimore with the Orioles, sources say. The final decision came down to the Orioles and Nationals. The Dodgers and Braves also showed interest in the righty." December 06
Contrary to the news, I have not reached an agreement with the O's yet. I am flattered by all the attention, but reports are premature.
Sporting News "Darren O'Day came into the offseason as the best reliever on the free-agent market and has reportedly cut his list down to three teams with a decision possibly coming before the Winter Meetings. According to the Baltimore Sun, O'Day is deciding between the Orioles, Braves and Nationals. He went..." December 05
Baltimore Sun "Free-agent reliever Darren O’Day appears to be narrowing down his list of potential landing places for 2016 and Baltimore has re-entered the conversation. According to an industry source, the Orioles recently made a formal offer to the 33-year-old right-hander that has been deemed “competitive”..." December 01
CBS Sports "Reliever Darren O'Day, who could be one of the first big free agents to sign, has drawn big interest from the Nationals, Braves and Dodgers, and while other teams are in the mix, this could shape up as a three-team competition featuring interesting connections. O'Day's family lives in the..." November 22
Sources: O’Day asking for four-year deal in $28M to $36M range. Most accomplished reliever on open market.
O'Day says Orioles have put out feelers to see if he wants to return, which he's open to.
CSN Baltimore "Orioles fans were beside themselves when the team lost Nelson Cruz, Nick Markakis and Andrew Miller within five days. Orioles players may not have been quite as emotional about it. Sure, Markakis was universally admired during his nine years with the Orioles, while Cruz and Miller were popular..." February 02
CSN Baltimore "Darren O’Day threw in Sarasota Fla. today and it’s possible that he could rejoin the Orioles on Wednesday in Boston. O’Day hasn’t pitched since Sept. 7 because of numbness in two fingers of his right hand. After undergoing a battery of tests O’Day said hand specialist Dr. Brian Schofield in..." September 18
CSN Baltimore "One of the most overlooked signings of last off-season was Darren O’Day. After a spectacular season, the Orioles rewarded him with a two-year deal with an option for 2015. “A year and a half ago, I got picked up off the scrap heap,” O’Day said. It was manager Buck Showalter who engineered..." February 19
#Orioles make two-year contract extension with Darren O'Day official.
Camden Chat "The Orioles final un-signed player, relief pitcher Darren O'Day, signed a two-year deal with an option for 2015 yesterday. O'Day wouldn't have been a free agent until 2014 anyway, so the deal will buy out his remaining arbitration year and give the team an option for 2015, should O'Day continue to..." February 10
Baltimore Sun "The Orioles have, for all intents and purposes, completed deals with all of their arbitration-eligible players, agreeing to terms Saturday afternoon with the final one, right-handed reliever Darren O’Day on a two-year extension worth a guaranteed $5.8 million. The Orioles said the deal is not..." February 10