Found December 08, 2012 on
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It has been said many times, many ways that the 2012 season for the Baltimore Orioles was improbable at best. By going 29-9 in one-run games the Orioles accomplished something that no team in recent history has ever been able to pull off. This either meant that the O’s were supremely, irrationally, lucky or there was something else going on that the now stat-crazed MLB establishment just couldn’t put their fingers on. Whether it was luck or some kind of byzantine skill a team that was widely picked to lose 100 games last year won 93 and took the endless New York Yankees to game five of the ALCS.
Now, can they do it again?
Normally when a team wins 93 games there is a sense of certainty surrounding the club the following year. There is a sense that, all things being equal, similar results should come for the new season. That cannot be said for the Orioles. Given the unnatural progress they made last year the baseball elites are still looking at the Orioles with a sideways gla...
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Mark Reynolds helped the Baltimore Orioles reach the post season for the first time in 14 years. He has shown his raw power for year now. Despite this, the Orioles did not bring him back. They non-tendered Reynolds and made him a free agent. Now, Reynolds is closing in on a new contract.
According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Reynolds and the Indians are close to a one...
Orioles Holiday 5-Packs on sale Monday
The Orioles today announced that Holiday 5-Packs will go on sale Monday, December 10 at 10:00 a.m. through www.orioles.com.
5-Packs include a ticket to Opening Day, plus vouchers for four additional games that can be redeemed for an Upper Box ticket to any non-prime games in April and May. Each five-game package costs $110, plus fees...
According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, Mark Reynolds has signed a one-year deal with the Cleveland Indians for $6 million.
This was also reported by the Baltimore Sun last night.
Should we be devastated? Not really. Reynolds seemed to be a good guy, play hard and played some very good first base after being moved from third; however, the Orioles didn’t seem to want him...
The market for corner infielders is developing quickly, now that free agent Mark Reynolds has reached an agreement with the Cleveland Indians on a new contract.
Reynolds' deal will be worth $6 million over one year, plus incentives, a major-league source confirmed to FOXSports.com.
Reynolds, 29, is coming off a season in which he posted a .763 OPS with 23 home runs in 135 games...