Found December 20, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Baltimore Orioles signed outfielder Adam Greenberg to a minor-league contract on Thursday, according to a MASNsports.com report. Greenberg's major-league career nearly ended seven years agao when he was hit on the head with a pitch in his first plate appearance. The Marlins signed him in September of last season and gave him an official big-leauge at bat. He struck out against eventual National League Cy Young Award winner and knuckleballer R.A. Dickey.
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