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Orioles left-hander Brian Matusz said he’s put last season's struggles behind him and feels he's become a better pitcher having gone through them.
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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...
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...
Orioles pitcher Brian Matusz stood on a mound at the Ed Smith Stadium Complex on Wednesday afternoon and threw with such conviction that Matt Wieters, who wasn't even catching Matusz, later singled out his performance as the most impressive of the day.
Left-hander said to be in better shape physically and mentally this springBrian Matusz arrived at Orioles spring training this week looking for a fresh start, hoping that an offseason dedicated to putting the memories of a nightmarish 2011 season behind him would begin to pay off.
Nick Markakis took part in Friday's first full-squad practice with the Orioles, although the right fielder said he won't be able to go 100 percent for at least a few more weeks.
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.
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts, recovering from concussion symptoms, addressed the media for the first time this spring after Friday's first full-squad workout.
Well, it seems that Bryce Harper – who may be playing for the Washington Nationals at some point in 2012 – has gotten a lot of attention as one of the game’s top prospects right now. However, based on what fans of the Orioles have heard in camp this week, Dylan Bundy may not be too far behind.
We, as fans are trying to latch onto anything for a sign of hope with this franchise...
The Baltimore Orioles have had 14 straight losing seasons and will take anybody as there fans these days.
It's no secret the Orioles are a better team with Brian Roberts, a fact that doesn't escape any member inside the team's clubhouse, least of all the second baseman himself.
The Dodgers claimed outfielder Matt Angle off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles Thursday and are expected to make room for him on the 40-man roster by placing injured pitcher Rubby De La Rosa on the 60-day disabled list.
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.