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Just another boring day in Birdland

Greg Fiume

The Orioles Should Sign Chris Capuano | Baltimore Sports and LifeBaltimore Sports and Life
Capuano's name has recently been getting bandied about as a possibly productive while inexpensive addition to the O's rotation.

Looking at the Orioles' negotiations with Bronson Arroyo and the Grant Balfour effect -
The scary thing to me isn't that there may be some small ripple effect from the overblown Blafour saga. It's that the O's possibly made an offer on par with Arizona's.

Final AL Winter Report Card grades: White Sox, Royals stay at head of class, Mariners inch up | The Strike Zone -

A 'D' is still consider passing, right? Sweet!

Presley doesn't expect Davis to duplicate 2013 stats | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore

50+ home run seasons don't happen too often nowadays.

Steve Melewski: Who gets the DH at-bats for the Orioles this year?
Last season, the O's used 17 players as DHs. Do you think they'll match, exceed, or come in under that number in 2014?

Will Orioles' Cast Of Extras Get Chance To Star?

In Duquette's world there is always opportunity. You produce or you get a ticket to Norfolk.

Camden Depot: The Future of Orange: 2014 Orioles Prospect Rankings
An overview of our beloved baby Birds, possibly making their way to an Oriole Park near you!

It's the 26th birthday for Brian Matusz, and the 34th birthday for brief O Matt Lindstrom. Remember that he was the player the O's traded to Arizona to get Joe Saunders in '12.

On this date in 1900, the old-timey O's saw their squad dismantled as they were to be contracted out of the fledgling National League. Charm City would see professional baseball return with an American League club in 1901. In 1987 the modern iteration of the O's sign Ray Knight, who won the World Series MVP award the previous fall. In 2009, Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty to lying before Congress during his testimony regarding steroid use in MLB.

You were lookin' for that third three, but you forgot that Professor Green folded on Fourth Street and now you're representing that you have it. The DA made his two pair, but he knows they're no good. Judge Kaplan was trying to squeeze out a diamond flush but he came up short and Mr. Eisen is futilely hoping that his queens are going to stand up. So like I said, the Open Thread's bet is $20.