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Nelson Cruz, Milwaukee Brewers Card

May 27, 2014

There are plenty of Orioles-Brewers storylines to be had during this week's Interleague series, including a storyline about trading away Nelson Cruz that the team and its fans would likely rather forget.

Before getting to Cruz, here are some other potential storylines:

Johan Santana Card

May 25, 2014

Johan Santana can opt out of his Orioles minor league deal at the end of the month. He'll throw again Tuesday in extended spring training, and, according to Dan Connolly's Sunday update on Orioles Insider, Dan Duquette is playing it cool.

“He is a competent major league pitcher, and there is always room for them,” Duquette said.

Chris Davis

May 21, 2014

Chris Davis homered three times on Tuesday, the first Orioles player to do so since, well, Chris Davis. Davis previously accomplished the feat on Aug. 24, 2012 versus the Blue Jays. Prior to that, Nick Markakis homered three times on Aug. 22, 2006. 

Tony Sipp Card

May 12, 2014

Shortly after the Houston Astros jumped out to an early 3-0 lead against the Orioles on Sunday, I Tweeted the following: "As long as Houston has to go to the bullpen, I remain optimistic about this game."

Bob Turley Card

May 9, 2014

The 1954 Cleveland Indians were good. Very good. The 1954 Baltimore Orioles were bad. Very bad. That's why the story of a regular season game on May 9, 1954, is worth telling during this Diamond Anniversary season and on this Flashback Friday.

Dempsey Card 2

April 30, 2014

Times have changed for Rick Dempsey. The former Orioles catcher has gone from performing the rain delay antics seen in the video below as a player to taking rain delay clubhouse naps as an analyst, as Bud Norris revealed via Twitter earlier this month.





Here's Dempsey in action way back when:

Pirates Fedora

April 29, 2014

After losing two of three to the Kansas City Royals, the Orioles are preparing to square off in a two-game, interleague set with the Pittsburgh Pirates. It's BUCKle Up versus Buccos in Baltimore (weather permitting, of course).

The common thread that runs through these five games is fedoras. Yes, fedoras.