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March 18, 2012; Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA; Baltimore Orioles shortstop Manny Machado (85) during a spring training game against the Atlanta Braves at Disney Wide World of Sports complex. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE
March 18, 2012; Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA; Baltimore Orioles shortstop Manny Machado (85) during a spring training game against the Atlanta Braves at Disney Wide World of Sports complex. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE

Ok so there are no actual droppings this morning. Make it build your own droppings! Put any interesting baseball links in the comments. I have jury duty today which begins one hour before I normally go to work. I did not plan accordingly and now there's no time.

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EDIT FROM DUCK:

Hardy sore after treatment for right shoulder | orioles.com: News
"Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy continues to be bothered by right shoulder discomfort, and he received a cortisone shot Tuesday, according to manager Buck Showalter, to try to expedite the recovery."

Orioles introduce 'legends' ticket package for statue unveilings - Baltimore Business Journal
"The Baltimore Orioles are introducing a new ticket package tied to the roll out of six bronze statues throughout the season honoring the team’s Major League Baseball Hall of Famers."

Blue Jays tag Simon, beat Orioles 9-3 | Fox News
"Dana Eveland allowed three runs and six hits in four innings, and Alfredo Simon got roughed up, too, in the Blue Jays' 9-3 victory over the Orioles on Wednesday." Eveland went on to say it was "[a]n OK day", after which he said that while his house has fallen into a sink hole, he's developed malaria as a result of a mosquito bite, and his stock portfolio has been seized by the SEC, his time in Florida has been enjoyable enough.

Are The Orioles Worth $2 Billion? « CBS Baltimore
Jim Duquette, finding conspiracies everywhere: “He (Peter Angelos) has been shown two or three high-worth individuals that would like to buy into the club. Not for $2 billion for the Orioles, but, if Peter decides he wants to sell, Major League Baseball just showed him the keys to a couple individuals of high net worth that have the money that would want to buy. I don’t think it was a coincidence he (Peter Angelos) was on that board.”