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Left-hander Joe Saunders remains a free agent, but the
veteran told Dan Connolly of The Baltimore Sun that he hopes to re-sign with
the Baltimore Orioles.
“I’m a pretty patient kind of guy. I’ve always been that
kind of guy, to really wait and see how it all plays out,” said Saunders, who
was 3-3 with a 3.63 ERA in seven regular season starts with the Orioles after
being acquired from Arizona in August. “First and foremost, I’d like to come
back to Baltimore and do some great things in 2013. But, from my standpoint, my
hands are kind of tied. I pay my agent to do his job and hopefully it all works
The Orioles acquired Saunders late last summer from the
Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for right-handed reliever Matt Lindstrom. The
31-year-old went on to post an ERA and WHIP of 3.63 and 1.276 over seven starts
for the O’s, and he made two strong appearances in the playoffs.
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