Monthly Archives: July 2006

Deal Or No Deal? Time to Cash In on Tejada

Trading him is the only way to improve the pitchingby Christopher Heun With the trading deadline just a few days away, Orioles fans are collectively holding their breath, hoping that the front office can pull off a miracle. It’s become … Continue reading

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"O"dds and Ends: Current Events Produce O’s Nostalgia

Floyd & Beltran join Larry Sheets & Jim Dwyer on all-time list On July 16, the New York Mets hit two grand slams in one inning, the first by Cliff Floyd and the second by Carlos Beltran. The all-time list … Continue reading

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Patterson Could Set Steals Record

But how much is a stolen base really worth? By Christopher Heun In his first half-season as an Oriole, Corey Patterson has 31 stolen bases and has a chance to break the team’s single season record of 57, which Luis … Continue reading

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Birds Stealing Like It’s 1973

Once upon a time, O’s played for more than the 3-run HR By Christopher Heun Besides Corey Patterson, how do the Orioles as a team measure up on the basepaths? They’re not the 1987 Cardinals (who stole 248 bases), but … Continue reading

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“O”dds and Ends; A Collection of Orioles News

Familiar faces in different places, fresh faces in minor league places Sakata a Star, but we always knew that San Jose Giants Manager Lenn Sakata in California League/Carolina League All-Star Game The San Jose Giants Coaching Staff will lead the … Continue reading

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Pinstripes are Slimming

Is the acquisition of Sir Sidney a sign of desperate times in the Bronx, or should I just give up baseball now?By Matthew Taylor I’m not going to offer any reasoned analysis on this one. Instead, this will rank as … Continue reading

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Benson Swats His Way to History

Noting what only comes around once every 33 years By Christopher HeunThis blog would not be doing its duty if it did not recognize the amazing feat accomplished recently by Kris Benson, especially since I was there to witness it. … Continue reading

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