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The Orioles — and to some extent, the Royals — have sworn off the cutter. Now it looks like the Red Sox are eschewing the slider. The curveball is probably bad for you. If you throw the changeup one way, you might be at risk for injury. We’re years ahead of a stream of knuckleball copycats, and t...
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Adam Greenberg will continue to pursue his MLB dreams. The former Chicago Cubs player has signed with the Baltimore Orioles.
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The Baltimore Orioles continue to hold negotiations with
free agent Joe Saunders, as the club would like to re-sign the left-hander,
according to Buster Olney of ESPN.
The Orioles have continued talks with Joe Saunders, a pitcher they would like to re-sign. He's also high interest from three other clubs.
— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) December 20, 2012
Adam Greenberg may get another big league at-bat after all. The Baltimore Orioles have signed Greenberg to a minor league contract. In 2005 Greenberg was hit in the head by Florida Marlins pitcher Valerio De Los Santos in his first big league at-bat. Greenberg never returned to the Cubs and eventually flamed out in the minors. Last year an online petition was started in order to...
The Baltimore Orioles signed outfielder Adam Greenberg to a minor-league contract on Thursday, according to a MASNsports.com report. Greenberg's major-league career nearly ended seven years agao when he was hit on the head with a pitch in his first plate appearance. The Marlins signed him in September of last season and gave him an official big-leauge at bat. He struck out...
The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to a minor league deal with outfielder Adam Greenberg according to Tyler Kepner of the New York Times.
Greenberg had one plate appearance last season with the Marlins. It was the first one in the majors since 2005 when he got hit by a pitch in the head. In 2008, he hit .271/.361/.347 with 2 HR's, 15 RBI's and a .334 wOBA in 303 plate appearances...