Monthly Archives: January 2016

Orioles Spring Training Tickets on Sale

As Baltimore battles blizzard conditions brought by Jonas, Orioles fans in Sarasota have Spring Training on their minds. Here’s a look at the Saturday morning lines as tickets went on sale at Ed Smith Stadium.  (Photo credit: Norm Schimmel)     … Continue reading

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There’s at Least One Reason I’m Glad That the Orioles Re-Signed Chris Davis

I awoke early Saturday morning and checked Twitter to see if the Orioles had made any progress in their effort to sign free-agent outfielder Yoenis Cespedes. Last I had heard the O’s were in hot pursuit of Cespedes, and I had warmed to the … Continue reading

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The Orioles Have Lost Their Wei

The Baltimore Orioles have lost their Wei. Lefty starter Wei-Yin Chen inked a five-year, $80 million deal with the Miami Marlins on Tuesday. Chen compiled a 46-32 record during four seasons with the Orioles. He finished his time in Baltimore with a … Continue reading

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Exclusive Photos from Orioles Minicamp

The Orioles opened minicamp in Sarasota on Monday. No spectators are allowed to attend minicamp, so here’s an exclusive sneak peek of the scene in Sarasota. All photos are courtesy of Norm Schimmel.               … Continue reading

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Crab Cakes, Natty Boh, and Orioles Baseball

With its cover story on “The Best Breakfasts in America,” Southwest’s in-flight magazine had me hooked from the start. Actually, they had me hooked at the word breakfast. The photo of the blue crab next to a pancake stack, well, that … Continue reading

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Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. is a Legend in Baltimore, Too

We learned this week that Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza are the members of this year’s Hall of Fame class. Griffey is known in Baltimore as the one guy to have hit the Warehouse at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. … Continue reading

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Changes in Store at Roar from 34

Welcome to the new home of Roar from 34, a Baltimore Orioles blog. Due to problems with my previous web provider, Roar from 34 has been inaccesible recently. I have switched to a new platform and plan to give the site a fresh look … Continue reading

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