Monthly Archives: January 2010

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Wieters Listed Among "25 Stars 25 and Under"

Andrew Simon of “Hitting the Cutoff Man” has provided his first installment of the series “25 Stars 25 and Under.” Matt Wieters makes the list at catcher. Adam Jones gets a mention in the outfield but comes up short in … Continue reading

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The View from Sarasota

Here are some photos of the Orioles complex in Sarasota, courtesy of one of the city’s local baseball advocates, Norman Schimmel. Architects presented their re-design plans for Ed Smith Stadium on Tuesday. Orioles Vice President of Planning and Development Janet … Continue reading

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If I Was King for Just One Day, I Would Give it all Away

The University of Kentucky men’s basketball team rolled out its version of a “We’re No. 1” T-shirt on Monday. On Tuesday, they lost to South Carolina. Looks like the T-shirt jinx is more powerful than even the SI cover jinx. … Continue reading

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B12. Bingo! Tejada an Oriole Again

Miguel Tejada is an Oriole again. Personally I think it’s A-Team Andy MacPhail rubbing salt in other teams’ trade wounds. Haul in a package of players one year, reacquire the original player another. Consider yourselves warned Seattle: Andy’s on the … Continue reading

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Fans, Please Stay Off the Grass

Orioles head groundskeeper Nicole Sherry offers some turf maintenance insight in the article “Major League grass for sale,” which details an effort by Scott’s to cash in on insane fan loyalty by marketing grass seed blends used at baseball stadiums. … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Start Calling the Orioles the A-Team

It’s time to start calling Andy MacPhail’s Orioles the A-Team. John Tomase of BostonHerald.com has unintentionally cast MacPhail as Hannibal Smith with the recent article “Andy MacPhail’s plan coming together for Orioles.” Cue the Hannibal Smith catch phrase: “I love … Continue reading

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