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The O's season is over, but there is still plenty to talk about.

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Welp,it's the first day of the off season. We'll no doubt have plenty to talk about over the next few months. At least, I hope so. The last off season after the Orioles were in the playoffs I had to go to the library or computer lab in my dorm to access the internet, so I'm pretty much in uncharted territory here.

It's still strange to me that there won't be an Orioles game today. It was starting to feel like they'd play forever, and I'd just spend every night tense and not getting enough sleep.

Did anyone go down to Camden Yards to meet the team upon their return? If so, please share!

Baltimore Orioles' inspirational finally comes to an end - ESPN
"It hurts right now,'' said O'Day, "but I think we'll be remembered as the team that brought baseball back to the proud city of Baltimore.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Darren O’Day’s Slider | FanGraphs Baseball
It's a little overtaken by events, but still a good read.

Camden Depot: The 2012 Baltimore Orioles
Daniel Moroz looks back at some of the best moments of the season.

Despite loss, Baltimore Orioles prove they are back -
There was a moment of silence in the bar with the final out, but then more than 200 people erupted in applause for the team that brought winning baseball back to the city.

Dan Duquette: 'We've got a lot to look forward to.' -
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette spoke with reporters in the Orioles clubhouse following the team's season ending American League Division Series Game 5 loss to the Yankees at Yankee Stadium.

School of Roch: Angelos comments on season and future
Whoever it was around here that thought Peter Angelos had died and no one was telling us, I guess that theory was wrong.

School of Roch: Final comments from the clubhouse after Game 5
O's thoughts after the game.