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There is an incredibly good chance Nolan Reimold will go undrafted in your fantasy league, and to be honest, I can’t argue with that rationale. However, there are a few reasons why he should remain on your radar as an intriguing sleeper option, especially in leagues with 5 OF or multiple UTIL slots. Here’s your [...]
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People questioned him. People in the game, people with the Orioles, even people in the media privately wondered what the heck was wrong with Brian Roberts.
How come the second baseman was taking so long to recover from post-concussion symptoms? When was he going to play again? Did he even want to play anymore?
Roberts heard the whispers. And for 13 months as he struggled to get...
Baltimore Orioles utility player Wilson Betemit collapsed
yesterday during an exhibition contest with what was initially described as a
knee injury. The O’s have since announced that Betemit has suffered a Grade 2/3
posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) tear and “associated injuries,” according to
Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports.
Betemit sustained the injury while running...
Baltimore Orioles designated hitter Wilson Betemit suffered a sprained ligament in his right knee in the fifth inning of Monday's game with Boston.
The 31-year-old Betemit, who was the Orioles' regular third baseman until the recall of Manny Machado last August, was on first base and running on the pitch when Machado flied to left. He collapsed near second base and was carted...
The Baltimore Orioles were dealt a major blow yesterday when Wilson Betemit went down with a torn PCL. However, they got a bit of good news. Nick Markakis is scheduled to play in his first spring game since March 1st.
Markakis has been sidelined with a herniated disc in his neck. He has been cleared to play in games now says Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com. As long as Markakis...
Markakis hit .450 against the Yankees in 2012.
Threat Level: 8
In 2012, the Orioles were 29-9 in 1-run games and 16-2 in extra inning games (where they won their last 16 in a row). Both of those numbers are major league records. To say they cannot do that again would be stating the obvious, but saying they cannot be competitive again would be wrong. The Orioles’ offense still...
Here are the media organizations following the BALTIMORE ORIOLES. Newspaper- One of the most underrated mid-sized newspapers in the country is the Baltimore Sun. It has a long tradition of having a comprehensive sports section. The online version of the paper has a page dedicated to the Orioles. Eduardo Encina (Twitter), Dan Connolly (Twitter) and David
Chris Dickerson hit a grand slam that gave the Baltimore Orioles an eight-run lead in the first inning Sunday, but it took Steve Pearce's solo shot in the seventh to secure a 12-10 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Andrew McCutchen hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the first off Orioles starter Brian Matusz. Gaby Sanchez had three hits and three RBIs for Pittsburgh.
Adam Jones hit his first two home runs of the spring, J.J. Hardy homered and drove in four and Wilson Betemit also had RBIs before leaving with a knee injury as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 12-9 Monday.
Jones, who missed more than two weeks of spring training while playing in the World Baseball Classic, was 1 for 19 before his first home run. He also singled.
Nick Markakis got a hit in his return to Baltimore's lineup while Twins pitcher Liam Hendriks exited early after being struck in the hand by a batted ball Tuesday in the Orioles' 9-4 win over Minnesota.
Markakis went 1 for 5 as the designated hitter in his first exhibition game since March 1 after recovering from a herniated disk in his neck.
Hendriks, still in the mix...
The surprise team of 2012 has much of it’s core in place, but did they address the needs from last season?
Robert Andino, SS (Mariners, Trade)
Endy Chavez, OF (Royals, Free Agent)
Bill Hall, 3B (Angels, Free Agent)
Joe Mahoney, 1B (Marlins, Waivers)
Jhondaniel Medina, RHP (Pirates, Trade)
Omar Quintanilla, SS (Mets, Free Agent)
Mark Reynolds, 1B (Indians, Free Agent...
Jeff Karstens was scratched today with soreness.
Jeff Karstens was originally scheduled to make a start today against the Baltimore Orioles. Instead he was scratched and will be replaced by Chris Leroux. Prior to this, Karstens had yet to throw more than two innings in a start, and the season is a week away.
The reaction that I’ve seen so far is that this will open up the competition...