Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Orioles are returning to form in one key category: PCPGIWCISC

Last season I wrote about the Orioles’ impressive PCPGIWCISC numbers. For those of you not versed in advanced stats, PCPGIWCISC = Players Conducting Post-Game Interviews While Covered in Shaving Cream. As has been the case in many statistical categories this … Continue reading

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Orioles & Royals – Similar sounding names, similar sounding games

Last summer, Stacey from Camden Chat posed as a Royals fan during a game at Fenway Park. After reading Nick Bromberg’s piece on Big League Stew, I feel like posing as a Royals fan as well. Perhaps I already am, … Continue reading

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Terrible, miserable, horrendous. Surprisingly, these are words I’m happy to hear.

I appreciated Andy MacPhail’s video address to the fans on Wednesday afternoon. Make no mistake about it, this is not something a respected baseball executive, the GM of two World Series champions, has to do. It’s an unprecedented move. Sure, … Continue reading

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Nolan Reimold Mini Bobblehead Night

Nolan Reimold is headed to Norfolk. In other news, May 26 is Nolan Reimold Mini Bobblehead night at Camden Yards.  -30-

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Baltimore’s Never Been Perfect

Dallas Braden is the toast of the proverbial baseball town these days after hurling a perfect game on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Rays. On Tuesday, he appeared on David Letterman to deliver the Top Ten list of his thoughts … Continue reading

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No longer a kid, Griffey is unlikely to return to Eutaw Street this week

It’s a must that I link to Dan Connolly’s article “O’s power trip leads to Eutaw Street,” which provides an overview of Eutaw Street home runs and the intrigue that surrounds hitting the Warehouse on the fly. Connolly uses the … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: He earned one career victory, and it came against the Red Sox

“I only got a couple cups of coffee. But they were good cups.”  -Former Orioles pitcher Mark Brown I appreciate stories about the Moonlight Grahams of the baseball world, the guys outside the spotlight who loved the game and got … Continue reading

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