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Winter unique time for each player, coach | MLB.com
Until Luke Scott has to check into camp in Sarasota, Fla., there's a good chance he'll be lost somewhere in the wild. And he'll definitely have some serious scruff. -zk

To bop or not to bop, that is the question 
Steve Melewski asks: Can the Orioles compete without a huge home run bat? He think the answer is yes. -Stacey

Kranitz on Bergesen
Bergy is healthy and ready to go, but will he freak out at the first ball hit up the middle? -Stacey

Determined Scott plans to carve out role | orioles.com: News
Luke Scott is out to prove he can be more consistent. -zk

All Eyes On ... Matt Wieters -- FanHouse
Fantasy owners will gamble on Matt Wieters breaking out in 2010 after he didn't live up to the crazy hype in 2009. I think it'd be a good bet to make. -Stacey

Updating Koji
Koji is back home in Japan but word is he's healthy and ready to go. I really think he'll be an asset in the bullpen this year. -Stacey

O's on Deck: Four O's prospects in ESPN.com's Top 100 - baltimoresun.com
ESPN.com's Keith Law honored Brian Matusz as the No. 11 prospect in the major leagues Thursday. Left-handed pitcher Zach Britton (No. 25), third baseman Josh Bell (No. 61) and right-handed pitcher Jake Arrieta were also included in ESPN's top 100. -zk

Orioles look to trade Sarfate instead of releasing him - MASNsports.com
The Orioles are trying to work out a trade for Dennis Sarfate, rather than risk losing him to a waiver claim. -zk

Don't forget that WNST will be all SB Nation from 11-1. You can listen in Baltimore on AM-1570 or online at WNST's website. Here's the lineup: