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Thursday Bird Droppings

Recaps of yesterday's win oops, I get so used to typing that when Koji pitches last, err, game can be found at Orioles.comDaily News, and The Sun.

Bell doesn't hide awe at Yankee Stadium | News
"To be able to compete and be on the same field as these guys, it's an amazing feeling," Bell said. "To be able to win, it's good for the team, and it's something special for me."

Orioles Insider: Orioles will witness Joyce-Galarraga reunion
"I've seen him since, I've talked to him; the only difference is I'm not going to be at first base, I'm going to be at home plate," Joyce told the Associated Press. "Apprehensive, but also kind of excited about it, really, to be honest with you."

Showalter a stickler for BP etiquette - Newsday
"Showalter did not like a group of Yankees pitchers playing catch in the outfield during Orioles batting practice and personally did something about it, according to sources." Newsday has a pay firewall, so we don't find out exactly what Buck did, but I'd like to think it involved flamethrowers. I'd really like to think that.

Durable Albers key to O's bullpen | News
"He's had some good outings lately," Showalter said of Albers, who hadn't allowed a run in his past four games entering Wednesday, a stretch of 5 1/3 innings. "It's good to see the things that everybody else has been telling me that he's capable of."

Innings piling up, Arrieta remains strong | News
"Orioles manager Buck Showalter has remained mum on exactly when Arrieta or any of the O's young arms will be done this season, because he wants them to focus on each outing and not be distracted."


"The Potomac Nationals scored eight runs in the first inning but Frederick countered with seven in the bottom of the first. The Keys tied up the game in the second and then took the lead in the fifth. The P-Nats tied the ballgame up in the top of the ninth but the Keys walked off winners after LJ Hoes slid past C Derek Norris as the game's winning run. The improbable victory gave Frederick a 1-0 lead in the Northern Division Championship Series."

Orioles Prospects To Sign Autographs Thursday - Boxscore News
"Orioles 2010 first round pick Manny Machado and five other prospects; Adam Gaylord, Mychal Givens, Connor Narron, Jonathan Schoop and Kipp Schutz will sign autographgs for fans before Game Two of the Northern Division Championship Series, Thursday, September 9th from 6:00 – 6:30 p.m. inside Harry Grove Stadium."

2010 Bluefield Orioles Season Review - OriolesProspects
A look at the 2010 Bluefield Orioles season, top prospects, disappointments, statistics and more.

Attitude change leads to Orioles- The Maryland Gazette
"Cut loose from the baseball team at Northeast High for bad behavior, Glynn Davis found his life at a crossroads a little more than a year ago. He apparently took the right. Last month, he signed with the Baltimore Orioles as a free agent and now is scheduled to play professional baseball next spring."