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Baker holds Orioles in check |
Twins starter Scott Baker retired the first 13 Orioles as Baltimore lost to Minnesota, 4-3, on Friday night. -Stacey

Roberts 'felt fine' in spring training debut -
Brian Roberts felt clueless in his first two at bats but better in the third. The good news is that he didn't feel any pain during the game. He'll be back in the lineup Sunday. -Stacey

game nOtes
The Wayward O is in Sarasota and blogged from last night's game. With pictures! -Stacey

Orioles' spring paradox: equal parts hope, fear -
Peter Schmuck decides the O's could be really, really good or really, really bad. So there. -duck

Setback for Koji
He was throwing off flat ground but couldn't finish his running. Oh, Koji. -Stacey

BASEBALL 2010: Bopper Heyward, young aces emerge - mlb -
More good press on Brian Matusz. -Stacey

The Schmuck Stops Here: Twins 4, Orioles 3 (Postgame Dave)
"It was a really successful night for us,'' he said. Uh, Dave? It's successful when you have MORE runs than the other team. -duck

Sarfate, Bell, Snyder cut by Orioles | News
"[Josh] Bell has a tool you can't teach -- power from both sides of the plate. He needs some experience at Triple-A. I'm impressed with both guys." What's with Dave and all the tool metaphors? -duck

Wigginton seeks early power surge with Orioles -
He's eating healthy! He's ready to hit home runs! -Stacey

This old bird gets it done |
Miggi gets some love from a Sarasota columnist. -duck

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