1. For Baltimore Orioles, Last Place is Not an Option in 2010

    What place will the Baltimore Orioles fall in 2010? More than 80 wins could be a start. Of course there is room for optimism. Every fan has that in the offseason. Hoping there club can make the right moves to drive his or her home team to the playoffs

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  2. Baltimore Orioles: Who is Going to Lead?

    Who is going to become the vocal leader in the club house this year? To me the definition of a leader in baseball is someone that has been with an organization for a long time and has the respect of the ball club...

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  3. Top 10 Questions Facing the Orioles in 2009!

    The Orioles have suffered losing seasons in each of the last 10 years. Locking up Nick Markakis for the next six years was a step in the right direction. Here are the top 10 questions facing the Baltimore Orioles in 2009...

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  4. Baltimore Orioles Need a Four-Man Bench!

    The Orioles projected lineup features three switch hitters (Brian Roberts, Greg Zaun, Cesar Izturis), four left-handed hitters (Aubrey Huff, Luke Scott, Nick Markakis, Felix Pie), and two right-handed hitters (Melvin Mora, Adam Jones)...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Christopher Gallagher about over 5 years ago 162 reads 2 comments