Found October 22, 2012 on Camden Crazies:
In part two of my (hopefully) 52 part series, Better Know a 2012 Oriole, I take a look at Mark Reynolds... the fightin' judge dread*! * Reynolds' is often referred to as the Sheriff (of Swatingham) and, in Scotland, sheriffs are actually judges. Dread is also what many feel when they see Reynolds out in the field, or at the plate in a situation where you just need a ball put in play. I spent longer on this part than on the post itself. "Mark Reynolds did not have a particularly good 2011. Though he hit pretty well, his atrocious defense at third-base ate into his value enough that he ended up being only barely above replacement level. With a dearth of good options coming into this season though, Reynolds was sent right back out to the hot corner. 6 errors in 15 games quickly put that effort to an end; especially since he wasn't making up for his lead glove with his bat (just .143/.260/.206 in April, as he K'ed a ton and hit for no power)." Read More.

Randy Wolf intends to pitch again following Tommy John surgery

Randy Wolf will undergo Tommy John surgery next week. Wolf will miss all of the 2013 season.The 36-year-0ld left handed pitcher told reporters that he plans to pitch again. Last season Wolf compiled a  5.65 ERA and a 1.57 WHIP for the Milwaukee Brewers and Baltimore Orioles. This news is not surprising as Dan Connolly reported in late September that Wolf intended to pitch again...

Randy Wolf Out for 2013

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If the Orioles can do it, so can the Royals.

After the 2012 season, it’s easy to accept the Royals will always lose and nothing will change. It’s hard to be optimistic and defend a sports team who hasn’t been above .500 since 2003 and not in the playoffs since 1985. So should I and other Royals fans be more optimistic? I think so. Look, if the Baltimore Orioles can make the playoffs, so can the Royals. You could call...
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