Wednesday’s Bird Droppings: Where the Marlins now have more international signing money than the Orioles
In O’s news: updates on the GM search, the future of Duquette and Showalter, and the Birds young lefties should model Keuchel
Both the ALCS and the NLCS will move along on Tuesday night - Game 3 in the AL of the 1-1 Red Sox-Astros Series, and Game 4 in the NL of the 2-1 Brewers-Dodgers series.
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Inconsistency in the majors plagued Yefry Ramirez, as he was a frequent member of the Norfolk shuttle in 2018.
On the anniversary of Cal Ripken Jr. catching the last out of the 1983 World Series, he’s apparently not being considered for the Orioles’ vacant team president position.
It’s unclear how long Jonathan Villar will be a part of the Baltimore Orioles, but he has sure been a lot of fun to watch since being acquired at the trade deadline.
The Orioles won the 1970 World Series 48 years ago today. Birthday boy Jim Palmer was on that team! Today’s stuff: The farm ranking drops despite the trades, quiet on the GM front, and more.
It’s another quiet off season day in Baltimore.
The Brewers and Dodgers played a thrilling Game 1 yesterday, with another game on tap for today. The Red Sox and Astros begin the ALCS later on Saturday night.
In O’s news: the possibility of a Schoop return, updates on the O’s search for a GM and a grim reality.
The Brewers last lost a game in September. The Dodgers dispatched the Braves fairly easily. They collide for the National League Championship Series starting tonight.
There were vague rumblings of a rift between Buck Showalter and Dan Duquette for years. Now that they’re both gone and don’t have to play nice publicly, we’re starting to see how bad it was.
Renato Núñez probably isn’t going to be the Orioles answer at third base for the future, but he performed well enough in 2018 to be the third baseman for right now, and that’s something.
The NLCS starts tonight, and there’s room for only one of these two BFFs in the World Series. And in O’s news, the departed Dan Duquette threw shade at the Orioles’ coaches.