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Orioles podcast: Pondering the Frederick exile, and other recent O's stuff

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It's been a good couple of weeks for the Orioles, which means lots of good stuff to podcast about, although there's also the mystery of the Wei-Yin Chen demotion. Listen to the latest Camdencast with Mark and Alex here.

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A whole lot has happened since last we spoke, including the Orioles having a really good streak. Who would have guessed it? They probably did. Even without that, there's much to talk about, including just a little bit of schadenfreude over the whole Red Sox Pablo Sandoval Instagram thing, which is just so totally glorious.

Chen's Frederick exile, the return of Matt Wieters (and Nolan Reimold!), possibly needing to press the panic button over Adam Jones missing a few games, and more come up in this episode, and along the way we run through some of the usual fun and silliness, including someone's aghast response over being thought a fan of David Lough, the appropriate level of pity to feel for Oakland Athletics fans, and some thoughts on the Orioles' draft compared to how their rivals drafted.

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This episode has a run time of about 1:20.

Our iTunes situation needs a little work, so sorry to the subscribers who aren't able to get it on there this time. Hoping to work it out soon.

If you've ever got any feedback for the podcast, please feel free to let me know in the comments. There is always something I can do better. Camdencast remains safe for work, provided your boss doesn't mind if you listen to a podcast instead of while doing work. Take care until next time, and go Orioles!