Orioles: Orioles will call up Nolan Reimold, Robert Andino and Brandon Snyder on Wednesday - baltimoresun.com
Outfielder Nolan Reimold, who played in 29 major league games this season, and infielder Robert Andino, who was with the club all last year, will return to the Orioles while 2005 first-round pick Brandon Snyder will be with the big league club for the first time.
Varsity Letters: All Star Baseball Academy holding recruiting event in Waldorf
All Star Baseball Academy of West Chester, Pa., is hosting a top-rated Fall Showcase Event at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, Oct. 16-17. College coaches and recruiting coordinators from six area colleges will run the Showcase event, with James Madison, William and Mary, UNC-Wilmington, Virginia Commonwealth, Richmond, and VMI all represented. This Showcase is for serious baseball players, ages 15 to 18, who hope to develop their skills and play college baseball for Division I to III programs.
Consuming Interests: Orioles to swap places with Southwest employees - Consumer news and tips on shopping, saving money, deals and credit - baltimoresun.com
"Orioles players Brian Roberts and Jake Fox, along with the Orioles mascot, are going to trade places with employees of Southwest Airlines around 11 a.m. at BWI. Southwest, which has partnered with the Orioles for the past 10 years and is the team's official airline, says the players and bird will be making gate announcements, boarding planes to welcome folks to Baltimore and even directing a plane into one of the Southwest's gates at BWI." Maybe one of the Southwest employees can play short stop tonight. Can't possible have a lower batting average than the one we're currently employing.
IN THE MINORS
Orioles Insider: Eight Orioles to play for Scottsdale in Arizona Fall League
The Orioles are well represented on the 2010 roster of the Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League. Representing the club are infielders Ryan Adams (23), Greg Miclat (23) and Tyler Townsend (22), catcher Caleb Joseph (24) and pitchers Kam Mickolio (26), Wynn Pelzer (24), Oliver Drake (23) and Pat Egan (25). Xavier Avery may be named later.
Showalter watches Machado's debut | orioles.com: News
Orioles manager Buck Showalter used part of Monday's scheduled day off to take in short-season affiliate Aberdeen's game, where third overall pick Manny Machado was making his IronBirds debut. "I went to see the Aberdeen IronBirds, not one player," said Showalter, who also chatted with owner Cal Ripken Jr. and met some of the organization's scouts as well as the IronBirds' coaching staff.
Harry Grove Stadium, Home of the Frederick Keys
StadiumJourney.com reviews Harry Grove Stadium. It's not very nice.
Tillman, Snyder lead Tides past Braves | Norfolk Tides News
Chris Tillman tossed 6.2 shutout innings and Brandon Snyder belted his ninth home run as the Tides beat the Gwinnett Braves 5-2 Tuesday night at Harbor Park.
Altoona Curve Clinch in Bowie - Boxscore News
The Bowie Baysox missed a valuable opportunity to move into second place in their division with a listless performance Tuesday against the Altoona Curve as Bowie fell 9-1.
Keys fall, but Townsend continues to build off good health - The Frederick News-Post Online
Ryan O'Shea started for the Keys and tossed three shutout innings as Gomez is limiting his starter's innings before the playoffs. Gomez announced O'Shea is set to start the second playoff game next Thursday after Oliver Drake. Nate Nery (5-9) took the loss for Frederick , allowing five runs in 3 1-3 innings.
Rosa Homer, Stampone RBI Lift 'Birds to Win | Delmarva Shorebirds News
The Delmarva Shorebirds topped the Kannapolis Intimidators, 5-4, at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium on Monday night.
Tigers Top IronBirds in 11 Innings | Aberdeen IronBirds News
Manny Machado hit a go-ahead RBI double in the top of the ninth inning on Tuesday night, but the Aberdeen IronBirds could not hold on as they lost to the Connecticut Tigers 2-1 in 11 innings.
Orioles Fall to Rays in the Final Two Games at Bowen Field - WOWK-TV
"The Bluefield Orioles era in Mercer County is over. Princeton defeated the O's 10-4 in game one and 5-0 in game two. But lost in the box score is the history this team. Bluefield captured 10 championships, produced more than 150 major league players including the hall of famers Eddie Murry and Cal Ripken Jr."