Monthly Archives: May 2009

Flashback Friday: April 7, 1977

Revisiting the start of Eddie Murray’s Hall-of-Fame career “The O’s aspiring everyday players – Rich Dauer, Eddie Murray, Dave Skaggs, Kiko Garcia, Larry Harlow, Billy Smith and Tom Shopay – are the sort of players who in time may reach … Continue reading

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This Speaks for Itself

Headline: Orioles getting younger, winning, and having fun. Quotes: 1 – “When you win, it’s just a whole lot of fun. And the last inning I saw nine guys on the top step and on the rail,” manager Dave Trembley … Continue reading

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Thanks, MASN

What do you get when you gather several Orioles bloggers at Camden Yards and treat them to a behind-the-scenes look at MASN’s operation? (No, not a lot of empty basements at mom’s house.) You get an O’s win and a … Continue reading

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Matt Wieters is Dreamy, but Can He Dance?

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Reimold Gets His First "Defining Moment"

So who’s going to record the Noland Reimold “Defining Moments” commercial? Not bad for two weeks in the bigs, huh? Defining Moment, Orioles Magic … call it what you want; the bottom line is the O’s won 12-10 in extras … Continue reading

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Off Week

Roar from 34 will not have any new posts until after Memorial Day. Should the Birds suddenly catch fire and win all of their games during the hiatus, I may have to consider putting an end to my blogging efforts. … Continue reading

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The Eutaw Street Chronicles: April 3, 1996

A game full of firsts includes Palmeiro’s first Eutaw Street home run Box score: April 3, 1996 Rafael Palmeiro’s accomplishments with the Orioles came into question immediately following his suspension in 2005 for steroid use. However, the uncertainty surrounding Palmeiro’s … Continue reading

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