1. Baltimore's Jake Arrieta Hopes to Continue Success

    Before the beginning of this season much ado was made about the Orioles ' young and revitalized pitching staff. Constructed from the likes of Brian Matusz, Chris Tillman, Brad Bergensen, and veteran presence Kevin Millwood...

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  2. The Resurgence of Adam Jones

    The list of struggling Orioles in 2010 is nearly as lengthy as their 25-man roster, but few are more noticeable than Adam Jones , the club’s starting center fielder and one of the faces of the franchise...

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  3. Arrieta's Major League Debut To Be Pressure Packed

    Fresh off the heels of Stephen Strausburg’s historic debut, another young arm will arrive on the Beltway—this time in Camden Yards, as Jake Arrieta makes his major league debut against A...

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  4. Manny Machado: The Orioles Shortstop of the Future

    By now Orioles fans are aware of the comparisons between Machado and division rival Alex Rodriguez: the size, speed, power, and arm at shortstop along with a similar upbringing in Miami...

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  5. 2010 MLB Draft: Mock Draft

    # 1 Washington Nationals: Bryce Harper For the second year in a row, the Nationals get the first pick of the MLB draft-and thus a player under the management of Scott Boras...

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  6. Baltimore Orioles Manager Dave Trembley Searching for the Right Combination

    Dave Trembley’s official role in the Orioles organization is that of manager. However, recently the Orioles offensive struggles have forced Trembley into the role of chemist...

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  7. Baltimore Orioles' Search for Answers Should Lead to Minor Leagues

    Although it wasn’t the ideal win, the Orioles will take anything they can get. On Sunday they left Fenway Park with a 7-6 victory in the 10th inning...

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  8. Brian Matusz Poised For AL Rookie of the Year Campaign

    After a seemingly endless nine-game slide, the Orioles have added one more notch to the win column and currently sit at the bottom of the AL East standings with a record of 2-11...

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  9. Batting Woes Ground O's During 1-10 Start

    As usual, the focus of the Orioles' troubles lies on the mound. After falling to the A’s in the series opener on Thursday, manager Dave Trembley expressed during his postgame ...

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  10. Mike Gonzalez Corrects Delivery, Baltimore Orioles Search for Replacements

    Before the season began the Orioles new closer, Mike Gonzalez, was eager to shake off spring training struggles and prove his worth to his new ball club. However, since that time Gonzalez has done nearly everything in his power to give away the position..

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  11. Orioles at a Glance: An Overview of Opening Week

    The 2010 season is underway, and after four games decided by one run, the Orioles begin the season with a 1-3 record. Despite two heartbreaking collapses by Mike Gonzalez, the Orioles have to be reasonably satisfied with their offseason additions...

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  12. Baltimore Orioles: Mike Gonzalez Faces Early Questions After Rough Start

    The Orioles entered 2010 with a litany of questions facing their pitching staff. After a forgettable 2009, where the Orioles finished in the bottom rung of nearly every major statistical ...

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  13. 10 Burning Questions Facing the Baltimore Orioles On Opening Day 2010

    The Orioles will open 2010 with much needed and well deserved sense of optimism after ending last year on a 4-0 run...

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  14. Miguel Cabrera Poised for MVP Season

    The Tigers were well on their way to the ALDS last year before a September collapse and an Alexi Casilla single ended their 2009 season and left them on the outside looking in, despite leading the AL Central race for much of the year...

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  15. Jose Reyes' Return Vital to Mets' Success in 2010

    The NL East is a division crowded with competitive teams hoping to dethrone the reigning National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies, Braves, and Marlins all won at least 85 games last year...

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  16. Jason Heyward Ready to Take the Next Step with Atlanta Braves

    Bobby Cox may want to rethink his retirement. Never shy about elevating top prospects, throughout the years Cox has overseen the arrival of a number of impact players at Turner Field...

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  17. The Upton Question

    When Justin Upton signed his six-year, $51.25 million contract, it not only signified that the Diamondbacks were committed to Upton, but also that the 22-year-old was ready to step ...

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  18. Tigers, Giants, and Mariners Invest Big in Young Arms

    Pitching wins championships. It is a mantra subscribed to by many baseball enthusiasts, managers, and the like. However, acquiring the pitching depth and talent to make it to October is easier said than done...

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