Infielder Paul Janish will meet up with Triple-A Norfolk Saturday in Columbus as he tries to work his way back to the Orioles. He's currently in Houston with his family. Janish cleared waivers and was outrighted to Norfolk on Tuesday. He accepted the assignment, though he had the right to ... Read More
The Orioles couldn't climb out of an early 5-0 hole in their 6-2 loss to the Red Sox on Tuesday.
Paul Janish was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk to join the Orioles roster.
Orioles starter Mike Wright did not give up too many hard-hit balls today, but he did give up a lot of hits. Wright allowed 10 hits and five runs in the Orioles 8-4 loss to Oakland in Game 1 of the day-night doubleheader. "I felt like I was throwing really ... Read More
BALTIMORE – Paul Janish has been added to the Orioles’ roster, giving the team a fourth player for the bench. Janish’s contract was purchased from
The Orioles are selecting the contract of infielder Paul Janish from Triple-A Norfolk before Game 1 of today's doubleheader. The lineup hasn't been posted, but Janish is starting at shortstop. He flew into Baltimore from Houston following the birth of his daughter. A pitcher will be optioned to make room ... Read More
Paul Janish likes being with the Orioles, but he wants a job in the major leagues.
SARASOTA, Fla. - Infielder Paul Janish isn't accustomed to the media hovering around his locker unless it's to make small talk. He's one of the nicest guys in baseball. But he was a popular figure this morning after collecting three hits in yesterday's 6-5 loss to the Pirates. The single ... Read More
Paul Janish is your classic good-glove, no-hit infielder. In parts of seven seasons with the Reds, Braves, and currently the Baltimore Orioles, the 32-year-old defensive whiz has slashed .215/.282/.289. Outside of 2010, when he had a .723 OPS and hit five of his seven career home runs, in 200 at bats, Janish has been a non-entity at the dish. Like most glove-men of his ilk, Janish...
Second baseman Elliot Johnson, third baseman Paul Janish and right-hander Cristhian Martinez became free agents when the Atlanta Braves failed to offer 2014 contracts on Monday night. Johnson batted .261 with 10 RBIs in 92 at-bats this year, when he earned $520,500. Janish hit .171 with two RBIs in 41 at-bats and made $725,000. After pitching in relief on April 3 and 6, Martinez...
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