March 10, 2012; Clearwater, FL, USA; Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters (32) talks with starting pitcher Brian Matusz (17) on the mound in the fourth innning against the Philadelphia Phillies at Bright House Networks Field.
School of Roch: Matusz goes four scoreless, Davis homers
"Brian Matusz turned in an impressive outing today against the Phillies, blanking them on three hits over four innings and striking out four batters - including Jim Thome and Hunter Pence to end the fourth."
School of Roch: Hearing from Matusz, Davis and Wieters
"It's apparent that Matusz is in better physical condition this spring. "Absolutely," he said. "Getting stronger physically in the weight room as well with the long toss and refining the mechanics. I feel I was powerful out there today, powerful and explosive."
School of Roch: Showalter speaks after 1-0 victory (and contract note)
"[Brian Matusz] threw well today," manager Buck Showalter said. "I'd say if the highlight of camp was (Nolan) Reimold's jaw not being broken, that might have been second today. You see his tempo, his arm, really throwing the ball downhill. That was good."
School of Roch: Reimold, Paulino, the B game and more
"Showalter contemplated putting Reimold in the lineup for Sunday's B game, but decided against it. He won't take Reimold to Dunedin on Monday. Life is a little crazy for Reimold right now. His wife is due with their second child next week."
Orioles' Reimold OK after taking pitch to jaw | The News Journal | delawareonline.com
"The Orioles outfielder said his left jaw was a little swollen but otherwise he had no ill effects from the fastball thrown by Tampa Bay's Alex Cobb on Friday in Port Charlotte, Fla."
Orioles complete contract signings for non-arbitration players. - baltimoresun.com
"The Orioles renewed the contract of star catcher Matt Wieters on Saturday and announced they have agreed to terms with 17 other players who are under club reserve and were not eligible for salary arbitration. That completes the team's 2012 contract signings."
Orioles’ offense still has two big holes to fill this spring - BostonHerald.com
"The Baltimore Orioles were well into their seventh Grapefruit League game Saturday when first baseman Chris Davis finally launched their first home run of March off a pitcher in a different uniform." (Baltimore Sun article from a different source)