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Left-hander Casey Fossum has agreed to a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles.
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Zach Britton (credits below) Nothing seems to change in O-Town each year we discuss the starting pitching rotation. Good young talent filled with question marks and mediocrity is the norm in Baltimore. This year Jeremy Guthrie will lead the pack as the team's ace but how things shape up behind him still remains to be seen. I honestly can not find a pitcher in this rotation worth...
During Orioles FanFest, pitcher Tommy Hunter spoke with the media for a few minutes, and I’ll say that he’s one of the funnier, candid and more laid back athletes I’ve met on the team.
It was certainly a delight to interview him, and he seemed very much ready for camp to open up towards the middle of this month.
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Left-hander Casey Fossum has agreed to a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles. The 34-year-old Fossum last pitched in the majors in 2009 with the New York Mets and spent last season with the Mets' Triple-A team at Buffalo. Fossum is 40-53 with a 5.45 ERA in nine big league seasons. Selected by Boston in the first round of the 1999 amateur draft, Fossum broke into...
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The Orioles have agreed to a minor league deal with former major league left-hander Casey Fossum, according to an industry source. It's unclear whether he will receive a spring invitation to big league camp.
It's been a tough stretch for Baltimore Orioles fans over the past decade.
No matter where you reside - whether it's in Maryland, Florida, California or any part of the world - it's been startling to see what has happened to the Orioles.
Sadly, they have not had a winning season since Bill Clinton was president of the United States of America.
Yet, despite it all,...
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Dan Duquette has a plan. It is not the plan that many wanted. Prince Fielder is not part of that plan, neither is trading Adam Jones or Jeremy Guthrie. No, but Duquette has a plan.
And it is very risky.
Looking at the moves Duquette has made this offseason I think it is pretty clear, he still believes in the talent that is on this roster. I made this comment at fanfest: "If...
The Orioles maintain some interest in slugger Manny Ramirez and have had internal conversations, but there are plenty of issues that would have to be rectified before the club would make a decision on whether to even offer him a contract.
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