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Baltimore Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list as he strives to return from a concussion.
Roberts played in only 39 games last year. He has practiced with the Orioles this spring but has not participated in an exhibition game.
Unlike last year, when the two-time All-Star rehabilitated alone in Florida, he will return with the team...
Baltimore Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list as he continues to recover from a concussion.Roberts played in only 39 games last year, none after May 16. He has practiced this spring, but hasn't appeared in an exhibition game.The two-time All-Star batted .221 with three home runs and 19 RBIs in 2011.
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2012 Outlook: – 31 (29th)
The Orioles would be a long shot to be a contender in any division in baseball, as their young pitching hasn’t emerged as they had hoped and they’ve struggled to find good complementary offensive pieces to surround their best...
From a press release distributed by the Baltimore Orioles this morning...
Mike Mussina and Rich Dauer elected to Orioles Hall of Fame
Walter Youse named Herb Armstrong Award winner
Former Orioles pitcher MIKE MUSSINA has been elected to the Orioles Hall of Fame, the team announced today. Former O’s second baseman RICH DAUER will also be enshrined as a selection of the...
The Toronto Blue Jays tagged Dana Eveland, then roughed up Alfredo Simon in beating the Baltimore Orioles 9-3 Wednesday.
Eveland allowed three runs and six hits in four innings.
Simon, pitching for the first time in 10 days since leaving a game with a pulled groin, gave up three runs on two hits in the fifth, one scoring on a wild pitch. He yielded three more runs in the fourth...
Free agent outfielder Vladimir Guerrero has worked out for the Cleveland Indians in the Dominican Republic.
Guerrero, a .318 career hitter with 449 homers in 16 major league seasons, was looked at by Indians scouts on Monday at the team's baseball academy.
ESPN Deportes first reported Guerrero's workout.
The Indians have been looking for a right-handed hitter for months...
Free agent outfielder Vladimir Guerrero worked out for the Cleveland Indians at the team's baseball academy in the Dominican Republic on Monday.The 37-year-old batted .290 with 13 home runs and 63 RBIs for the Baltimore Orioles last season.The nine-time All-Star is a .318 career hitter with 449 homers in 16 major league seasons.Guerrero knows Indians manager Manny Acta from their...
With the start of the Orioles’ season less than nine games away, the odds for them on sports betting websites, fans, casual observers and with the media isn’t good. They aren’t simply just expected to bad, but bottom-feeders and a last place team in the division.
The odds are 150-to-1 that they win the World Series. They are 100-to-1 odds to win the American League East.
According to Enrique Rojas of ESPN, Vladimir Guerrero worked out for Cleveland Indians’ scouts at the Indians’ Dominican academy. Guerrero hit .290/.317/.416 with 13 HR in 590 plate appearances last season with the Orioles.
According to one source cited by Rojas, “There seems to be a genuine interest by the Indians to see if he can help the team.”
If Guerrero cannot latch...
The Minnesota Twins scored four runs off Japanese left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada and held the Baltimore Orioles hitless until the eighth inning in a 5-0 exhibition victory Tuesday.
Making his first start since being signed in the offseason as a free agent, Wada was pulled after three innings because of a high pitch count. He threw 62 pitches, including 30 in a three-run second.
Orioles (9-9) at Pirates (8-13)
7:05 PM EST–McKechnie Field, Bradenton
TV: ROOT Sports
Here is the MLB.com Gameday
The Bucs will be trotting out their Opening Day lineup tonight against the Orioles. You can watch on ROOT Sports – the last ROOT broadcast of the spring.
Tommy Hunter will start for Baltimore.
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