1. Chris Tillman: Young Fireballer Continues To Shine

    O's fans can't be encouraged by the play of the major league team. In most cases, eight runs should result in a victory. But in a loss, the O's scored eight runs on Friday night against the Chicago White Sox, but fell, 12-8...

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  2. Orioles' First Half: Top 10 Games, Moments, and Performances

    Through the first 88 games of the season, the Baltimore Orioles are 40-48. While the record isn't good, O's fans can't expect much more out of this team. The rotation is shaken up...

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  3. Orioles Roundtable: The Featured Columnists Tackle the Topics

    1. Is Brian Matusz' 2009 performance more impressive than Matt Wieters' of 2008? Lawrence Barreca: In some ways yes, and in other ways no. Both have taken the same sort of route, hitting Frederick and Bowie along the way, and both had similar results...

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  4. Brian Matusz and Chris Tillman: Duo Gives Orioles Fans Hope

    On Thursday, July 9th, Baseball America unveiled it's Top 25 prospects in baseball, showing who tops the list at midseason...

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  5. Luke Scott: Outfield Trio Deserves Credit, But So Does DH

    Halfway into the 2009 season, the Baltimore Orioles outfield trio of Nick Markakis, Adam Jones, and Nolan Reimold are getting a lot of credit. However, it's 31-year old designated hitter Luke Scott who is also deserving of credit...

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  6. Orioles: So How Is That Pitching Trio Doing?

    Going into the season, the progression of Orioles minor league pitchers Brian Matusz (pictured), Chris Tillman, and Jake Arrieta would be vital to future success. And boy, have they progressed...

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  7. Adam Jones: Why the Orioles Must Sign Their Newest All-Star to a Long-Term Deal

    On Sunday, July 5, it was announced that Orioles center fielder Adam Jones would represent his team in St. Louis, at the All Star Game. The 23-year old outfielder has made his mark so far, with a ...

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  8. The MLB All Star Game: It's Getting Pathetic (American League Version)

    If there's one thing baseball fans should know, it's that the All Star Game doesn't accurately portray who the real "All Stars" are...

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  9. Steve McNair: A Tribute to The Man, The Myth, The Legend, Rest In Peace

    Credit to Bleacher Report Dallas Cowboys community leader James Williamson for help with this article.On Saturday, July 4, the world lost a very good man when former Tennessee Titans and Baltimore ...

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  10. Mike Flacco: 31st Round Pick Following in Brother's Footsteps

    Last year, Baltimore Ravens fans were "Wacco 4 Flacco." By Flacco, they mean rookie quarterback Joe Flacco, who threw for nearly 3,000 yards and was vital in the Ravens' success throughout the year, as they went 11-5 and 13-6, if you count the playoffs..

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  11. Brian Matusz: Still Want Justin Smoak, Orioles Fans?

    On June 9, 2008, San Diego University left handed pitcher Brian Matusz got the biggest phone call of his life. It was a call from O's front office executive Joe Jordan, telling the youngster ...

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  12. George Sherrill: Closer Rebounding from Rough Start

    Somewhere, Bill Bavasi is crying his eyeballs out. On Feb. 9, 2008, Bavasi decided it'd be wise to trade his two most prized prospects in outfielder Adam Jones and Chris Tillman, along ...

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  13. Koji Uehara: What To Do? Well, Here's What

    To say the least, Koji Uehara has had a very up-and-down rookie season with the Baltimore Orioles. In 12 starts, he is 2-4 with a 4.05 ERA, has walked just 12 in 66 and two thirds innings, and has yet to hit batter...

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  14. Brad Bergesen Not Leader of the Cavalry, But...

    Brad Bergesen throws a fastball in the low 90s and he has only had one good year in the minor leagues. You wouldn't expect he'd be a guy who can come in to the major leagues and have good starts ...

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  15. Matt Wieters: Believe the Hype, Folks

    With top prospect Matt Wieters finally in Baltimore, there is excitement in Baltimore. Before we analyze why this kid will be a superstar, let's go on a journey to see how he got to Baltimore...

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  16. Recapping the 2009 Baltimore Orioles Draft Class

    Since Andy MacPhail's arrival in 2007, the Orioles have prided themselves on having good drafts. From Tuesday, June 9th to Thursday, June 11th, the MLB Draft took place...

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  17. Baltimore Ravens: What Can We Expect from Joe Cool in 2009-10?

    If you're a fan of the Baltimore Ravens, you have to be pleased with how quarterback Joe Flacco has developed. Last year, as a rookie, he threw for 2,971 yards, 14 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions...

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  18. Jake Arrieta: Is It Possible He's an Underrated Prospect?

    The Baltimore Orioles have a very deep minor-league system. At every level, there are some talented prospects. In Triple A, there are guys like Chris Tillman and others who have already earned ...

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  19. NFL: Can The AFC East Just Shut Up?

    The New England Patriots. The Miami Dolphins. The Buffalo Bills. The New York Jets. In the AFC East, there are four teams who have potential to make the playoffs...

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  20. 2009 MLB Draft Preview: Isaac's Top 20

    On Tuesday, June 9th, the MLB Draft will take place at 6 PM. There, future superstars will be drafted. Guys like Evan Longoria, David Price, Justin Upton, David Price, Matt Wieters, and Brian ...

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  21. Brian Matusz: Could We Be Seeing a Matt Wieters Situation?

    Since Joe Jordan took over the scouting duties in 2005, the Baltimore Orioles have had some memorable draft picks. In 2005, the team selected and signed good players like Brandon Snyder, Nolan ...

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  22. Isaac's MLB Power Rankings: May

    30. Washington Nationals (13-35) - The Nationals last? You don't say! The Nationals are a very unlucky team. While they stand at 13-35, there are plenty of positives...

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  23. Brett Favre Gets His Revenge, Signs with Rebels (Humor)

    Brett Favre surprised everyone on Monday night, deciding to come out of retirement and, shockingly, sign a contract with the Ole Miss Rebels. "We're pleased to have Brett on our squad," Rebels head coach Houston Nutt said...

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  24. Brian Matusz: The Future Ace of the Baltimore Orioles

    The Baltimore Orioles are currently a team not in contention (17-25, 5th place in AL East), but have one of the most talented minor league systems in baseball...

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  25. Profiling The Baltimore Orioles' Sudden Abundance of Arms

    "You can buy the bats, but you have to grow the arms." Since taking over in Baltimore, Orioles team president Andy MacPhail has lived by that motto...

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