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Projecting The 2010 Orioles: Bench | Camden Crazies
The last of Camden Crazies' projections posts. -Stacey

This just in: Kevin Millwood is a mentor
I'm tired of hearing it already. -Stacey

O's Jones is 'confident, not cocky' -
Adam Jones ruffled some feathers with his in your face attitude last year but he doesn't care. This ain't a freaking Starbucks, Rich Hill! -Stacey

Mike Gonzalez Blingee
The Wayward O comes through again. -Stacey

More from Moore -
Scott Moore worked out with Brady Anderson for the entire offseason, and thinks it has really improved his game. Also, he's in the best shape of his life. -zk

Veteran Millwood embracing mentoring role | News
The wily veteran is schooling the young turks. -zk

Sarasota County approves Orioles deal...again - WWSB ABC 7 Florida - Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, North Port, Siesta Key Breaking News, Weather, Sports and Traffic on the Suncoast |
The wackiness with the county commissioners continues. -zk

O's closer Gonzalez appreciates Trembley's style -
Lots of odds and ends from the Sun, including a note that Sarfate is in the best shape of his life threw better than Kranitz has ever seen him throw. -zk

Orioles' Uehara adjusting to pitching in relief -
"Team first," says Koji. -zk

Pitchers impress today: Roch -
"Position players who reported early didn't have to take the field for the pre-workout stretch until 11:05 a.m. Adam Jones approached manager Dave Trembley and sought permission to join the pitchers and catchers at 9:15 a.m." Adam Jones just gets more awesome by the day. -duck

Angelos confirms buying Little Italy restaurant building -
"[Peter] Angelos said that, working through an agent, he bid $1.45 million at auction Wednesday for the dormant Boccaccio Restaurant in Little Italy, a prominent property that includes nearly one-third of an acre and was put up for sale after the death of its owner in 2008." -duck 

Back pain won't slow Roberts, club says -
"Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts has been dealing with lower-back pain, but Orioles officials said Thursday that they believe he'll be able to hit the ground running when full squad workouts begin next week." -duck