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Wednesday's Frosty Mug

Some things to read while waiting it out. It's speculation season, but there's a reason it's also called "silly season." Yesterday Peter Gammons reported that the Brewers could consider trading...

Camden Chat Roundtable Part 2: After Trembley

This is the conclusion of the chat that took place upon word of Dave Trembley's release. Topics covered include candidates for manager and hitting coach, Andy MacPhail past, present and...

The Diamond Dave Era Ends: 2007-2010

It's official, Dave Trembley has been relieved of his duties as manager of the Baltimore Orioles. The team's press conference introducing Juan Samuel as the interim manager will take place at 2:30...

Camden Chat Roundtable: The end of the Trembley era

Members of Camden Chat discuss the Orioles and their future now that Dave Trembley is gone.

Olney tweets: Trembley not going to be fired

As mentioned by Stacey in the Open Thread.

O’s Collapse; Matusz Unacceptable; Simon Reliable; Trembley Pleased

After throwing 7 innings of shutout baseball, vs. the Indians, Saturday night, Dave Trembley had decided he had seen enough from Brian Matusz.

Bergesen's debut begins new era for O's

After getting swept in four games by the Red Sox, the Orioles should be furious with their performance in Boston. But they should also put it behind them and move on to the home stand at Camden Yards. I was undeniably upset about how the Orioles played in the series. I questioned some of Dave Trembley's moves, criticized the play of Felix Pie, and was frustrated with the starting pitching. It’s a new day. A new series. And it’s time to think with a different mind set.

Did you know about Trembley and Montanez?

About 6 and a half years ago Lou went as Luis and he was a struggling first round draft choice of the Cubs playing under Trembley in Daytona. After nine seasons Trembley was let go by the Cubs, partly because he failed to make sure Montanez succeeded. Some of the players, including Montanez and his agent, claimed that Trembley worked his players too hard.

The cavalry is coming for the Baltimore Orioles, Dave Trembley said, sitting at the front of the...

The cavalry is coming for the Baltimore Orioles, Dave Trembley said, sitting at the front of the club's team bus as it rolled along to another exhibition game Sunday morning. The help will probably not arrive in April or May, and it might not all get to the Orioles this season. But rest assured, help is on the way. Trembley says this confidently because he has seen it with his own eyes. He has watched Brian Matusz, Chris Tillman and Jake Arrieta pitch, and he has visions in his mind about what they will be in the major leagues, some day.

Buster Olney: The cavalry is coming for Baltimore - ESPN Mostly stuff we already know, but it's nice to see it reaffirmed, and in the national press, no less.
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