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Orioles Bolster Bullpen With Early Moves

November 27, 2006

With the Hot Stove season now in full swing, teams are dishing out big bucks for top-quality free agents.  Every team has holes at least a few holes to fill this offseason, and there aren’t very many quality players on the market.  That’s why one team, the Baltimore Orioles, decided to quickly determine who its […]

Frustrated O’s Fans Want New Front Office

September 24, 2006

Unhappy Orioles’ fans want Peter Angelos gone With just a week remaining in the 2006 MLB regular season, the American League East standings all are but clear.  We know that the Yankees will win the division — they’ve already clinched it.  The 2nd/3rd place battle is currently being fought between the Red Sox and the […]

Forget the O’s, Remember Nick Markakis and Chris Ray

September 2, 2006

As the MLB season began, the Orioles were not expected to be a good team, they were not expected to compete for the AL East or the AL Wildcard, and they weren’t supposed to have very many star players.  The O’s had starpower at the plate in Miguel Tejada and sometimes in Brian Roberts, but nobody […]

Papelbon is Amazing But There’s Another Rookie Closer That’s Doing Great

July 23, 2006

In the AL East, it’s easy to notice the Yankees, Blue Jays, and Red Sox, and easy to forget the Orioles and Devil Rays.  It’s also easy to notice Mariano Rivera, BJ Ryan, and Jon Papelbon (the closers for the Yanks, Jays, and BoSox), and easy to forget Chris Ray, the closer for the Baltimore […]