Daily Archives: July 14, 2010

Ty Wiggington is no Cal Ripken Jr., but their first-half numbers aren’t as different as you’d think

People love “best” and “worst” lists, so naturally Ty Wiggington’s appearance on the 2010 American League All-Star roster got fans wondering where he ranks among Orioles representatives to the Midsummer Classic. Could Wiggington be the O’s least-deserving All-Star? All-Stars are … Continue reading

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Orioles History: Baltimore’s Earliest All-Stars

“Paul Richards admits his last-place Orioles aren’t much of a ball club but he insists he has one of the best pitchers in the league in Jim Wilson, a shop-worn veteran who got a ‘bum’s rush’ in Milwaukee.” It took … Continue reading

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