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Who are the All-Time Pitchers Who Raked for the Baltimore Orioles?

  Baltimore Orioles fans have seen Chris Davis and Jesus Sucre take the mound this season. Position players who pitch. It’s become common enough to draw a tsk-tsk from ESPN’s Buster Olney; nevertheless, enough novelty remains that alerts are sent on … Continue reading

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Joey Rickard Joins Elite Company for the Baltimore Orioles

A Post In Which I Combine Stats to Make Joey Rickard Historically Significant Have yourself a night, Joey Rickard. The Baltimore Orioles right fielder collected four hits, including the game winner, on Friday night in St. Pete, which surely inspired … Continue reading

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What are the Unwritten Rules for Booing Baseball Players?

Baltimore Orioles human Rorschach test Chris Davis got booed multiple times on Opening Day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. You know how the saying goes: “Boo me once, shame on you. Boo me twice, shame on me.” Actually, I made … Continue reading

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I Can’t Believe, Today is Opening Day

There’s something about Opening Day for the Baltimore Orioles that speaks to the musical side of me. What can I say? I wake up on Opening Day with a song in my heart. Several in fact. I shared my Opening … Continue reading

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What’s in Your 2019 Baltimore Orioles Survival Kit?

We’re entering the wilderness of the Orioles’ rebuild in the hopes of ultimately reaching baseball’s promised land. If you’re a part of that journey, I ask, “What’s in your 2019 Baltimore Orioles survival kit?”  Continue reading

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No Bassoons. No Brawls. Still a Rite of Spring. Chatting with the Guys at Birds Eye View.

I enjoyed the opportunity to check-in this week with the fine gentlemen over at Birds Eye View for my annual March podcast interview. It has become a rite of spring. The actual Rite of Spring is Igor Stravinsky’s ballet, the … Continue reading

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Should the Orioles Retire Adam Jones’ Number? Let’s Name the Camden Yards Centerfield Bar After Him Instead.

Earlier this week I shared my appreciation for Adam Jones, who has joined the Arizona Diamondbacks for the 2019 baseball season. I had the chance to talk more about Jones’ legacy in Baltimore and examine the question of whether the Orioles … Continue reading

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