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The 2012 Orioles continue to be one of the more interesting teams in baseball right now. Despite the series loss to Boston this week the Orioles are opening up a weekend series against the Kansas City Royals with even more intrigue. First, Brian Roberts. The man that I was sure was completely done at the beginning of the year has made two rehab starts in Bowie so far. How he has done in two games is completely inconsequential because the fact that Brian Roberts is playing professional baseball in 2012 is something that I never thought I would see. I still don't know if Roberts will make his way back to Baltimore this summer, but he is working his way back. Coming off horrendous post-concussion syndrome Roberts has battled his way back. Many questioned the Orioles' decision to keep him on the 15-day Disabled List, rather then the 60-day DL, where Roberts woudl essentially be wasting a 40-man roster spot. It seems, for the tume being, that GM Dan Duquette's faith is bein...
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