Orioles will tender contracts to all arb-eligible players including Reimold, Patton, Pearce - baltimoresun.com
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Orioles acquire Brach, Phelps to boost depth | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
40 man roster now sits at 38/40. There has already been talk of the club taking a player in the Rule 5 draft, which would leave 1 remaining slot barring any trade that doesn't also return a 40man player. Odds that one slot is Nate McLouth's or Brian Roberts'?
Trade Reaction: RHP Devin Jones for RHP Brad Brach
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The Orioles need to spend $115M+, or be willing to make larger changes | Baltimore Sports and LifeBaltimore Sports and Life
Chris Stoner makes the case that the O's should spend some more so as to avoid being stuck in 3rd place purgatory for the next few seasons.
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Baseball Prospectus | Baseball ProGUESTus: The Strongest (and Weakest) Roster Cores of 2013
Free article from BP looking at the 'core rosters' of all MLB teams. Where would you say the O's rank?
Catching up with Baltimore Orioles Minor Leaguer Brian Ward " OutsidePitchMLB LLC
Should the O's move Matt Wieters in the near future, Mr. Ward could see time in OPACY thanks to his defensive prowess.
Rebirth Eludes Baltimore as Camden Yards Lags Promises - SFGate
An article that argues the public financing of OPaCY has failed to help rejuvenate downtown Baltimore.
A Fun Look At Regional MLB TalentConor Glassey
What if each team was composed only of players from within it's specific region? Pleasantly surprised to see where the O's rank on this list (even if it is a bit of a technical stretch).