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Second baseman hits balls off tee, stays mostly mum on recovery from concussion symptomsAs Orioles position players continue to trickle in ahead of the club's first full workout Friday, one player has been noticeably absent from the team's clubhouse.
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This morning, O’s center fielder Adam Jones tweeted (no surprise there) a picture of his spring training cleats, and they are…well, they’re something to see. Have a look:
SimplyAJ10: Rockin the Camos
So, according to Adam, that design is supposed to be camouflage. I dunno, looks a bit pixelated to me…maybe camouflage that you would see in a hunting game for an old...
Baseball America has released their annual Top 100 Prospects list, and it features three players in the Baltimore Orioles’ organization. Pitcher Dylan Bundy comes in at #10, shortstop Manny Machado at #11, and infielder Jonathan Schoop at #82. BA had this to say about the prospects:
Bundy – Major League ETA 2013. First goal: Beat big brother Bobby to Baltimore. Next: Make the...
The first round of 2012 Orioles projections takes a look around the starters in the infield (plus DH). A few of these players probably won't get as many plate appearances as I attributed to them, but it shouldn't take too huge a difference.Matt Wieters (C):525 PA, .270/.337/.446, +5 fielding, 4.0 Wins Above ReplamcentThere's some mild concern that Wieters won't be...
Matt Wieters made the All-Star team last season, won a Gold Glove and started to fulfill much of the promise he showed as a hot prospect in the Baltimore Orioles farm system.
Now if the 25-year-old catcher can learn Mandarin and Japanese, he should be all set.
Wieters has his hands full this spring while the Orioles try to establish a rotation from about a dozen candidates. That...
New Orioles DH/IF Wilson Betemit arrived at spring training camp Tuesday, joining a growing list of position players who have arrived at the Ed Smith Stadium Complex early.
Orioles infielder Robert Andino was among the position players who reported to camp in Sarasota early Monday morning.
Orioles catcher Taylor Teagarden, acquired in the offseason to be a veteran reserve to Matt Wieters, said Tuesday that he’s about 85 percent healthy after having two procedures on his right knee.Teagarden had a Baker’s cyst – a buildup of joint fluid – behind his right knee removed in November. Doctors had to perform another procedure in the knee to remove blood that was...
Journeyman pitcher is with his seventh major league team in as many yearsThe nomadic professional baseball career of Orioles left-hander Dana Eveland has seen its share of spring training sites.
The Orioles announced on Tuesday that they have selected their new public address announcer for Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Ryan Wagner, a lifelong Orioles fan from Baltimore, is the new "Voice of Oriole Park."
Roberts expected to be in uniform for first full-squad workout FridayInjured second baseman Brian Roberts will be in uniform when the Orioles take the field for their first full-squad workout on Friday at the Ed Smith Stadium complex, but it remains to be seen how much he will be able to participate in the early drills.
The Orioles have opened Spring Training in sunny Sarasota, Florida this weekend and the fans have responded with a resounding yawn. It is hard to blame them, the Orioles have not done much this offseason to generate a lot of positive buzz going into the 2012 campaign. Despite the thrilling end to the Orioles 2011 season fans were subject to the following: An embarrassing debacle...
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Orioles pitchers Dylan Bundy and Wei-Yin Chen might have drawn the most attention at Wednesday’s bullpen sessions, but catcher Matt Wieters' assessment of the day might be one of the highlights of the early days of camp.
Manager Buck Showalter has no idea who is going to be on the mound to start Opening Day, which means everyone is leaning heavily on the 25-year-old Matt Wieters.