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Should we as fans be upset at what the Orioles did at the Winter Meetings?
The biggest signing that they had was bringing back Nate McLouth for a one-year pact. They also got a pitcher in the Rule 5 Draft, T.J. McFarland, and Dan Duquette did a lot of talking, mainly noting that the franchise has a good to core to work with.
In Nashville, many fans had wanted the franchise to be bold and open up the purse strings and perhaps make Christmas in Birdland a memorable by reeling in Josh Hamilton, Zack Grienke, or any big name free agent you can think of.
Yes, the Orioles were fairly quiet in Nashville.
I thought that Duquette could have done more this week; however, with the prices that some players – notably Angel Pagan, Macro Scutaro, and the Eric Chavez’s of the world –went for, perhaps it was a good thing that the Orioles didn’t go crazy and get a player for the sake of signing one.
I certainly think that the Orioles need to upgrade the roster, bec...
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It was pretty widely acknowledged by the team that they wanted to bring Nate McLouth back for the 2013 season, and today they've accomplished that goal; McLouth will get $2 M, with the potential for another $500 K in incentives.
We've discussed the Orioles signing McLouth quite a bit since the season ended; my opinion was that a $2-3 M contract could be an OK value (apparently...
A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press that free agent outfielder Nate McLouth has rejoined the Baltimore Orioles with a one-year contract worth $2 million.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday because there was no official announcement.
The 31-year-old McLouth revived his career with the Orioles last season. An NL All-Star in 2008, McLouth was...
In part ten of my (hopefully) 52 part series, Better Know a 2012 Oriole, I take a look at Wilson Betemit... the fightin' ineffective switch-hitter!
"'When the Orioles signed Wilson Betemit to a two-year contract, it was initially a little confusing. Multiple years for a part-time player? But the price was low enough ($3.25 M total), and Betemit's adequate production...
Free-agent outfielder Nate McLouth has reached agreement with the Baltimore Orioles on a one-yaer deal. Fox Sports reported the contract would be worth $2 million plus $500,000 in incentives. McLouth, 31, came to the Orioles in June after being waived by Pittsburgh. The former All-Star spent two months in the minor leagues before returning to the majors and hitting .268 with...
Well, the Orioles made another move at the Winter Meetings, as they signed outfielder Nate McLouth back on a one-year deal.
From ESPN.com: NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press that free agent outfielder Nate McLouth has rejoined the Baltimore Orioles with a one-year contract worth $2 million.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity...
Orioles Manager Buck Showalter disclosed to reporters Tuesday that future star Manny Machado had contracted meningitis about a month and a half ago. Meningitis is an inflammation of the membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord, and potentially life threatening. Happily, O's Executive VP Dan Duquette said Machado "was in good hands, and he dealt with it swiftly...
Nate McLouth played well down the stretch for the Baltimore Orioles last season as the team made its first playoff appearance in over a decade. The Orioles have decided to bring back the veteran outfielder on a one year deal worth $2 million.
McLouth hit .268/.342/.435 in 55 games for the Orioles last season. He also hit seven home runs, stole 12 bases and drove in 18.
The Baltimore Orioles have re-signed outfielder Nate McLouth to a one-year $2mm deal, Brittany Ghiroll of MLB.com reports. The deal also includes $500k in incentives.
McLouth signed a minor league deal last season with the Orioles after being released in June by the Pirates. In 57 at bats with the Pirates, he hit .140/.210/.175 with 2 RBI's and a 9 OPS+.
The 30-year old McLouth...
After the O’s wild postseason ride ended, one of the first questions fans were asking is “What will the O’s do with Nate McLouth?”
McLouth, after all, had been the team’s best hitter during the postseason, when it seemed that the state was too big for most everybody on the team except him.
Right here at the Nest, Phil Backert said the O’s SHOULD bring back McLouth, just...
Behold the all-time single season strikeout list.Does anybody out there seriously think we might sign Mark Reynolds to play 3B? God save us. GOD SAVE US.