Somebody had to take Adam Jones’ corner locker in Sarasota, and the Orioles chose Mancini. That is placing an unnecessary burden on him when such a mantle should develop organically.
The Grapefruit League is coming! The Orioles will be on TV next weekend. Not bad.
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Roughly half of the Orioles spring games will be on either TV or the radio, and nearly all of the rest will have an O’s broadcast online.
For the past several years, the Orioles have been known for their power on offense but not their speed. That could change this season.
Caleb Joseph officially joined a new team yesterday, and there’s just one remaining Oriole who played for the AL East-winning club. Where did the time go?
Caleb Joseph signed with the Diamondbacks, and so another link to the recent great Orioles teams is gone.
The Orioles certainly aren’t lacking in players that fit the physical description of a designated hitter. Who Baltimore selects as the primary DH could say a lot about the club’s strategy moving forward.
Spring Training is in full swing. Meanwhile: the O’s made a logo tweak and Mike Elias is finalizing the roster.
The Orioles probably aren’t going to be very good this year. They still have some key spring storylines to follow just like everyone else.
Richie Martin’s glove has never been a worry. Whether the growth of his bat maintains is a story all its own.
Baseball-related things are happening! It’s about time.
There are bound to be competitions throughout the roster during spring training.
Orioles baseball, or at least the spring training approximation of it, is almost back in our lives. Are you ready?