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Monday? Again? Maaaaaaannnnnn...

Hello, old friend.
Hello, old friend.
Thearon W. Henderson

After a disappointing loss to close out an overall positive series in Oakland, the O's head to Seattle to face off against old buddy Joe Saunders. Saund-o is somehow undefeated against the Birds in his career.

As a side note to a discussion in the post game thread, I noticed in the Adjusted Standings posted at Baseball Prospectus that the Yankees and Red Sox are among the biggest overachievers in the league, the Rays are probably the biggest underachievers and the Blue Jays are as bad as they ought to be. The Orioles, however, are ranked third in MLB by BP's 3rd order win percentage (that's good). So there's that.

School of Roch: Orioles acquire Chris Snyder (updated) It is hard to hear the name Chris Snyder without reflexively wincing in pain.

Arrivals and Departures on Orioles 40 Man - 4/28/2013 | Baltimore Sports and Life The latest update to crawdaddy's handy option tracker.

Steve Melewski: More on Caleb Joseph's move back to catcher and multiple minor league injury updates A lot of nuggets in here...the report on Nicky Delmonico is a little concerning.

When will Orioles move Gausman up? | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore Won't you tell us, sir?

AL East Pitching Coach Philosophies - Beyond the Box Score Per usual BBTS fare, an interesting little snippet.

Finding the arch-nemeses of every American League team - Baseball Nation Jack that's a name I've not heard in a long time.

Matt Yallof: Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis taking off in Baltimore | This is a puff piece for sure, but...THOR!

On this day in 1988, Mark Williamson and Dave Schmidt combined for a four hit shutout as the Orioles beat the White Sox 9-0 and ended their 21 game losing streak.

it;s the birthday of Hall of Fame shortstop Luis Aparicio and also Ron Washinton, Rick Burleson, Baltimore native Tony Saunders and Omir Santos.