1. In Baltimore Orioles' Matt Wieters, A Star Is Born

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. Finally, after weeks of waiting, the top prospect in baseball arrives to the majors...

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  2. The Fantasy Baseball Week Nine Waiver Wire

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. We now enter week nine as fresh faces are beginning to emerge throughout the league. We have seen the re-arrival of David Price to the Rays, and now the No...

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  3. The Fantasy Baseball Week Eight Waiver Wire

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. We now enter Week Eight of the 2009 season, as teams that had been lying low at the beginning of the year are now starting to break out...

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  4. Felix Pie's Struggles Bring a New Competition to the Baltimore Orioles

    This article originally appeared at the Baltimore Sports Report. Finally, after many weeks of watching and waiting for the left field dilemma in Baltimore to subside, we watch as youngster Nolan Reimold rushes out onto the field...

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  5. The Fantasy Baseball Week Seven Waiver Wire

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. We are now more than 35 games into the year as teams are beginning to show their true colors on the diamond...

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  6. The Fantasy Baseball Week Six Waiver Wire

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. It has been an exciting past week in baseball, to say the least. We have seen the bust of Manny Ramirez, as the Los Angeles star will be suspended for 50 games...

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  7. The Fantasy Baseball Week Five Waiver Wire

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. Week 5 is now upon us as several unlikely teams continue to dominate the league...

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  8. Felix Pie Experiment Slowly Coming to an End in Baltimore

    This article originally appeared at the Baltimore Sports Report. When the Orioles first acquired Felix Pie from the Chicago Cubs this past offseason, I remember saying to myself, “Hmm…...

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  9. The Fantasy Baseball Week Four Waiver Wire

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. We now approach Week Four as fantasy baseball owners are now having to adjust their lineups due to key injuries and matchup situations...

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  10. The Fantasy Baseball Week Three Waiver Wire

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. Week Two is now coming to a close, and several teams are surprising fantasy owners around the country...

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  11. The Fantasy Baseball Week Two Waiver Wire

    This article originally appeared on Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. The first week of the 2009 fantasy baseball season is now coming to a close as we have seen both the uprisings of young studs and the sudden downturns of potential greatness...

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  12. Analysis of the Baltimore Orioles' Roster Cuts: Hitters

    This article originally appeared on The Baltimore Sports Report. With the season starting up in only a few short days, Spring Training is finally coming to a close. All the roster cuts have been made, though many may disagree with the final results...

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  13. Analysis of the Baltimore Orioles' Roster Cuts: Pitchers

    This article originally appeared on The Baltimore Sports Report. Thus far, the tempo in Ft. Lauderdale has varied as the weeks fly by...

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  14. The Fantasy Baseball Week One Waiver Wire

    Article originally from Fantasyfootballmaniaxs.com. Fantasy owners around the country should be through with their respective fantasy drafts as we storm into Opening Day...

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  15. Baltimore Orioles Roundtable: Offseason Review

    Is anyone else pumped up about the upcoming 2009 season? Or is it just me? So much has gone on this offseason for the Baltimore Orioles; it's difficult taking it all in. We've seen trades, extensions, free-agent signings, International exploration, etc..

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  16. Matt Wieters, Nick Markakis, Brian Roberts: The Baltimore Orioles Triumvirate

    Before we begin, let’s take a look back at a little of the Baltimore Orioles’ history:1997: The last year the Baltimore Orioles were able to maintain a winning season.2001: Cal Ripken Jr...

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  17. Division Debate: Orioles' Nick Markakis a Sign of Good Things To Come

    It's that time of year again, and all of the MLB Community Leaders are beginning to get into full-swing as the upcoming season nears...

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  18. Baltimore Orioles: Too Many Birds To Count In Left Field

    In all honesty, my head is still spinning as I think of how quickly Spring Training has come this year. It seems like one minute, I was watching the Orioles end the year with another ...

    Lawrence  Barreca Written by Lawrence Barreca about over 5 years ago 326 reads 9 comments

  19. Ten Bold Predictions for the Baltimore Orioles in 2009

    The sound of the ball hitting off of the mitt...The aroma of a freshly-cut outfield...The sound of spikes racing around the base paths. All of these senses are finally beginning to be perceived, for I’m finally pleased to announce...

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  20. 2009 Fantasy Baseball's "Comeback" Players

    Is there a better feeling in sports than watching someone rise and dominate after struggling in years past? I realize that watching your team win a title is more exciting (trust me, I’m ...

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  21. Potential 2009 Fantasy Baseball Busts: Pitchers

    Now that I have given you my “busts” for the hitters, it’s now time to move on to the pitchers. Looking back at last season, I remember thinking about how spectacular the Seattle ...

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  22. Potential 2009 Fantasy Baseball Busts: Hitters

    Ooof! The sound of a player hitting a brick wall after having a successful season just one year before. The “bust” has become a true character in baseball, as many players experience the pain year-in and year-out...

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  23. Baltimore Orioles: Andy MacPhail Makes All the Right Moves To Map Out Rotation

    At the beginning of the ‘08-’09 offseason, the Orioles rotation was difficult to look at. For your viewing pleasure, here is what it was projected to be: 1) Jeremy Guthrie2) Daniel ...

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  24. 2009 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers: Pitchers

    Now that we have touched on the hitting sleepers of 2009, we turn our attention to the pitchers who could have breakout years during the upcoming season.Last year, we had many pitchers rise to the occasion unlike anything we had ever witnessed before...

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  25. 2009 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers: Hitters

    In 2008, many teams seemed to rise from the ashes of their previous losing seasons as they awoke to fantastic campaigns. The Milwaukee Brewers brought a young squad into the playoffs. The Los Angeles Dodgers were able to reach the NL Championship Series

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