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Friday Morning Cram Session, 8/17

Yesterday, Dave O’Brien posted a (since deleted, but saved by Wendy Thurm here) tweet in which he accused Brady Anderson of using steroids.  While Bill is going to have more shortly about why those accusations don’t even make sense, TCM wanted to take a moment to remind everyone how reprehensible those accusations are. O’Brien, without evidence or quotes or support of any...
Via The Platoon Advantage
August 17, 2012  |  Discuss

HOVG Heroes: Brady Anderson

 RYAN PETZAR on BRADY ANDERSONI grew up 45 minutes north of Baltimore and I was 10 years old, there were two names that mattered when you were talking about the Orioles. There was Cal Ripken Jr. and there was Brady Anderson. Cal Ripken was the elder statesman of the game. He was a dignitary. He was more myth than ballplayer. But Brady Anderson? Brady Anderson was my hero. I’ll...
Via Hall of Very Good
July 12, 2012  |  Discuss

I think this Joe Mauer contract might have been a bad idea

-  Quick, what's the flukiest home run season in history?  You thought of Brady Anderson's 50 in 1996, right?  Of course, I'm pretty sure everybody did.  He's as out of place on a list of players with 50 homers in a season as most of this blog's readers would be in a book store, and I'm pretty sure he's the first name most people would come up with...
Via Down with Goldy
May 22, 2012  |  Discuss

The Lineup Card: 12 Great Seasons by Mediocre Players by Baseball Prospectus

1. Brady Anderson: 1996 In 1996, Brady Anderson, the left fielder for the Baltimore Orioles during their most recent stretch of relevance, had one of the most bizarrely ephemeral power surges in baseball history, transforming from the mild-mannered .260/.360/.430-ish hitter he'd been the previous three years into a .297/.397/.637 monster. In 1997, he took off the cape...
Via Baseball Prospectus
March 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Opening Night at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota...

For Oriole fans who are travelling down - or are in Florida - to catch Opening Night at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota: *** Orioles Announce 2012 Spring Training Opening Night Plans The Orioles have announced plans for the first game of their 2012 spring training season and their 3rd season in Sarasota. The team will face the Pittsburgh Pirates at the newly renovated Ed Smith Stadium...
Via Oriole Post
March 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Orioles hire Brady Anderson as special assistant to Dan Duquette

The Orioles announced several changes to the front office staff Thursday, including the hiring of long-time Orioles...
Via Boston Herald Sports
January 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Anderson's focus will be on player development and conditioning

In former Orioles outfielder Brady Anderson’s new role as special assistant to executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette, his duties will include mostly player development and conditioning tasks.
Via Baltimore Sun
January 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Orioles hire Brady Anderson as special assistant, make other hires official

The Orioles announced several moves to their baseball operations department Thursday, most notably naming former Orioles player Brady Anderson as the team’s Special Assistant to the Executive Vice President for Baseball Operations.
Via Baltimore Sun
January 19, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 Signing---Brady Anderson

The Willmar Stingers have inked Brady Anderson from the Florida Gulf Coast University. Brady is a 6-0/170 pound utility player from Arcadia, FL. He attended Desoto County High School. According to several scouts, he is a "true, two-way player," as he can pitch and play the infield. Brady will be just one of several FGCU players that will appear in the Northwoods League this summer.
Via Summer Ball
January 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Brady Anderson's role with the Orioles

Brady Anderson was in the lobby of the Hilton Anatole when another former player came up to him and congratulated him on his new gig with the Orioles.
Via Baltimore Sun
December 05, 2011  |  Discuss
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