BALTIMORE, MD - JUNE 07: Luke Scott #30 of the Baltimore Orioles celebrates his fifth inning home run against the Oakland Athletics at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on June 7, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Joe Jordan's thoughts on Tuesday's draft picks | Orioles Insider
Comments from Jordan on Jason Esposito, Mike Wright, Nick Delmonico, Kevin Hockaday, and Johnny Reuttiger.
Camden Depot: Cup of jO's: Recapping Day 2 of the Draft
Jon Shepherd on MASN's blogger night, as well as day 2 of the draft.
Looking For Trends in the Second Day of the Orioles' Draft | Orioles Nation
A solid breakdown of the O's first thirty draft picks.
Bundy joins brother’s organization | NewsOK.com
"Hopefully we can get him in the fold and get on with his career," Showalter said. "We all sit in there and watch tape, but you can’t tell. Tape is such a fooler, you know. You trust the people there with him. Joe’s been in the house with him, and spoke with him and his family. That’s as much of an evaluator as the skill set, and the skill set is pretty impressive."
Two days before graduation, AG High's Raubinger drafted by Orioles | KSBY.com | San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara, Paso Robles
"It promises to be a memorable week for Arroyo Grande High's Kyle Raubinger. Just two days before his high school graduation, the Baltimore Orioles drafted Raubinger in the 28th round of Major League Baseball's First Year Player Draft."
Carroll-ex Blackmar selected by Baltimore in MLB draft - Corpus Christi Caller-Times
"Blackmar, who was draft by the Kansas City Royals in the 34th round in the 2010 draft, did not sign and instead enrolled at Temple College, a two-year school. According to MLB rules, Blackmar is eligible to be draft after one season at a two-year school. The 2010 Caller-Times South Texas high school player of the year led the Tigers to the Class 5A state title as a pitcher and outfielder."
Amber Theoharis: Wieters putting it all together in 2011 - MASN
Amber Theoharis and Matt Wieters. Two of your favorite things...
Roberts still two weeks away from baseball activities; Duchscherer and Erbe update | Orioles Insider
Let's just prepare to never see Brian Roberts again. That way, if it happens, it'll be a lovely surprise. Oh, and Justin Duchscherer had to leave a game with butt spasms. I feel like this guy is just making up injuries now.